Publicada: 21 de novembro
The quest for world domination. - Friends of complex and detailed historical strategy games will certainly have no problems with Europa Universalis IV unimaginative limits. But if you are looking for an ultimate experience where you release your imagination, try Distant Worlds: Universe
Europa Universalis is a complex historical strategy game with minimal influence of imagination and hardly tries to kill your imagination. But what it lacks in imagination it makes up in historical fidelity and sheer depth.
For example, My dream of play as a weak nation such as native american, and turning it into a powerful empire was quickly smashed to smithereens when the game tried to suppress my imagination. - as a native american nation my technology levels are 250% more expensive. This means that each technology group for native american worth 2074 monarch points, meanwhile for a western european country, it's only worth 600 monarch points. So It would be hard to call this game is 'fun' for me.
+ Good tutorials. - Offers a lot of info, all of them simultaneously important and unimportant.
+ Literally Huge world map. - A lot of nations to play. (Although not all of them enjoyable to play)
+/- Historical fidelity and sheer depth. - Covers from 1444 to 1821.
+/- Real time with pause.
+/- Confusing war mechanic. - Still don't understand some of the aspects of warscore.
- No random map generation.
The atmosphere and graphics:
+ Incredible huge and detailed world.
+ Good textures quality.
+ Nice 3D graphics.
+ Good music and sound.
- Text can be hard to read on laptop or small monitors.
+ When the game runs, works well and almost smooth on a mid-range PC.
- Crash a lot. - hella crash, mega crash, nova crash, supah crash. read more here: http://steamcommunity.com/app/236850/discussions/search/?q=crash