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Europa Universalis III: Napoleon's Ambition

MobyRank MobyScore
Macintosh
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3.4
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Platform Votes Score
Macintosh 1 3.4
Windows 2 3.8
Combined MobyScore 3 3.7


The Press Says

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82
WindowsAbsolute Games (AG.ru)
Napoleon's Ambition не настолько значимый аддон, как Victoria: Revolutions, однако его доработки интерфейса — настоящий бальзам на душу поклонников EU 3. Не обращайте внимания на халтурный образ революции и наслаждайтесь.
80
WindowsAdrenaline Vault, The (AVault)
Priced at $19.99, Napoleon’s Ambition is a worthy expansion to a solid game. Even though it suffers from a few problems, it’s undeniably fun with the new dimensions it adds. If you enjoyed EU3, Napoleon’s Ambition is a must-have.
75
WindowsOut Of Eight
Most of the smaller improvements I like (the movement of capitals and unit consolidation are questionable), and overall they make playing the game that much easier. Oh, and Austria is now it’s appropriate while color instead of that blasphemous red. Some (most?) of this stuff could have been included in a free patch, but since the basic game was so cheap (and yet so good), I don’t mind paying $20 to support the efforts of the developers. At $50 total for the original game and the expansion, it’s a very typical price and still less than all of those useless console games. The game still doesn’t allow for joining multiplayer games in progress (something I wish they will add in the future) and small scenarios are still missing to ease people into the game. Still, if you play Europa Universalis III enough, it’s worth $20 to get Napoleon's Ambition as it enhances the game and adds meaningful features to an already impressive game.
75
WindowsGameSpot
Even though Napoleon's Ambition is a bit skimpy on the additions, the expansion's depiction of the turbulent years between the French Revolution and the early 1820s is worth the price of admission on its own. As long as you're satisfied with the core gameplay of Europa Universalis III, this add-on won't disappoint.
60
MacintoshMacLife
This game is excellent in concept, but its biggest problem is that playing from start to finish can take longer than some games of play-by-postcard chess. That, and the occasional system-halting crashes we experienced on an Intel-based Mac mini, may give pause to nonstrategy gamers. But if you want to try EU3, you might as well get the NA expansion, too.