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One of my favourite games. Though it's hardly replayable, I find the storytelling highly compelling, the cases are very interesting to piece together and the game looks fantastic, particularly the facial animations. It even manages to maintain a style very close to actual film noire, even going so far as to give you an option to play the game in black and white. If you're at all interested in film noire or want to play a detective, this is well worth a try.
A fun game to play with friends - since there aren't many people playing it on the internet -, but the unique characters (backstory included), simple and effective gameplay design and beautifully realised maps that seem like something out of a book on ancient myths and legends make this a very fun, multiplayer, mythology-inspired game that's similar to DotA, but, in my opinion, a bit more interesting.
Quite likely one of the most expansive game ever made, Europa Universalis III doesn't have the graphical quality of modern strategy games or great accessability , but it has truly unrivaled depth, even amongst other Grand Strategy titles. Many of it's expansions only build upon an already excellent experience, easily making Europa Universalis III a must-have for all Grand Strategy fans, but people who are averse to a steep learning curve should stay far away.