“he Who Fears Being Conquered Is Sure Of Defeat.” The war-game March of the Eagles focuses on the dramatic conflicts of Europe during 1805 to 1820. Explore one of the defining periods in European history with this experience crafted by the masters of Grand Strategy, Paradox Development Studio.
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Udgivelsesdato: 18. feb 2013
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“Paradoxiana at its most approachable and bellicose. Engaging engagements, feisty AI, low price.”
80/100 – PC Gamer

“If a real-time version of Risk on steroids mixed with Diplomacy's double-dealing sounds appealing, then March of the Eagles is well worth picking up.”
7/10 – Gamespot

“March of the Eagles may have more limited ambitions than its grand strategy cousins, but in limiting its goals it makes its successes more evident. It's a relatively brief and accessible strategy experience that's good alone and better with friends.”
7,9/10 – IGN

About This Game

“he Who Fears Being Conquered Is Sure Of Defeat.”

The war-game March of the Eagles focuses on the dramatic conflicts of Europe during 1805 to 1820. Explore one of the defining periods in European history with this experience crafted by the masters of Grand Strategy, Paradox Development Studio. The makers of Hearts of Iron and Europa Universalis now bring The Napoleonic War to life in this war-focused strategy game.

Main Features

  • Take command: Rise to power in the era of the Napoleonic Wars and move on to claim the control of Europe
  • Lead your nation: Attack your opponents and defend your nation’s border while the tension rises. Expand your nation with war, negotiation and keep your empire from falling apart
  • Europe is at your feet: Explore a historical topographic map in full 3D with a complete view of Europe
  • Command your troops: Use the combat order system and manage your troops to secure as much power as possible
  • Experience true warfare: Organize your armies, manage logistics, raid your enemy's supply lines and set the strategy for your armies, fleets and more
  • Use diplomacy: Form coalitions against other major powers
  • Explore the new idea system: Embrace new technology, military tactics and economical organization
  • Become the dominant power of Europe: Experience the Victory System that allows you to dominate the other powers on land and at sea
  • Multiplayer: Battle against your friends in this heavily multiplayer focused game where you can engage in multiplayer for up to 32 players
  • Customize your game: March of the Eagles gives you the chance to customize and mod in detail to create your ultimate wargame


    • OS:Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processor:Intel® Pentium® IV 2,4 GHz eller AMD 3500+
    • Hukommelse:2 GB RAM
    • Grafik:NVIDIA® GeForce 8800 eller ATI Radeon® X1900-grafikkort, 512 MB grafikhukommelse krævet med en opløsning på mindst 1024 x 768 eller bedre
    • DirectX®:9.0
    • Harddisk:2 GB harddiskplads
    • Lyd:DirectX®-kompatibel
    • Andre krav:Bredbåndsinternetforbindelse
    • Yderligere:3-knapmus, tastatur, højtalere, internetforbindelse til multiplayer
Helpful customer reviews
0 af 1 brugere (0%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
37.3 timer bogført
Indsendt: 1. oktober
This game is a straight forward no nonsense crash course armchair general. It is VERY addicting in short bursts.Imagine building a powerful nation in europa universalis and then duking it out with the great powers of the world.This game basically is on fast forward in managment and building and you will almost always be at war as france.

Good game but if you are hoping for in depth command like other paradox grand strategy.This is probably the lightest weight of them all.
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5.0 timer bogført
Indsendt: 16. oktober
After playing Crusader Kings 2 for almost 300 hours, I picked this up on sale. As some others have mentioned, this is a great entry game into the grand strategy gameplay.

I continue to recommend this to my friends over something more complicated like CK2 or EU4. 7/10
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14.4 timer bogført
Indsendt: 26. oktober
I've been meaning to write a review on March of the Eagles for some time.

I am a huge fan of Paradox games and was hyped for March of the Eagles, when it came out though, I was a little underwhelmed by it all, I did not except it to be as complex as Hearts of Iron III but it was no way as indepth as it should have been for a paradox, eventually I got bored and haven't played it since.

Only buy if you don't expect alot from Paradox, which is a shame.

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52 af 62 brugere (84%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
28.4 timer bogført
Indsendt: 21. maj
What you see is what you get. Due to lack of sales, PDS will not be working further on the game whatsoever. No updates or expansions. The game is very unfinished and very lacking of features you would expect in a Napoleonic War game. The way I see it as, is that it, like Sengoku, was a title intended to hold fans off while they make a big game.

I am sad to say there is no reason to get this game over Crusader Kings II, Europa Universalis IV, Victoria II or the newly announced Hearts of Iron IV. This is coming from a huge fan of PDS.
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11 af 16 brugere (69%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
17.2 timer bogført
Indsendt: 23. juli
Meh. Its alright, but its one of those kind of cheap games that you buy once, play one or two times, and never play again. I wouldnt really reccomend it unless you REALLY like the napoleonic era.
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4 af 6 brugere (67%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
4.1 timer bogført
Indsendt: 5. august
There simply isnt enough time to make an impact, the board is pretty much set and it is extremely difficult to alter the outcome.
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2 af 4 brugere (50%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
12.3 timer bogført
Indsendt: 18. september
Don't get it! The game isn't polished so don't even get it if it's for sale... Just get EU4 or CK2 instead
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4 af 9 brugere (44%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
19.0 timer bogført
Indsendt: 28. juni
It is a solid game all around. 7/10. Great introduction to real time strategy games. The game has mod support but doesnt have a large modding community. The most major flaw in my opinion is that the tutorial of the game doesn't teach you a whole lot.
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19.9 timer bogført
Indsendt: 13. maj
March of the Eagles is one of the easiest grand strategy games from Paradox to get into. It's based on the Napoleonic era and is very war oriented. It lacks a bit depth compared to the bigger titles like Europa Universalis. So for the die hard grand strategy fan this may be to simple.
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4 af 10 brugere (40%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
85.2 timer bogført
Indsendt: 27. juni
March of the eagles is a much more easier form of pardox's other grand stategy games.Its a intorduction to grand strategy games to pepole who are intrstend in grand strategy having more simplified elements of other parodox games.No matter what it is a extremely fun game and I highly advise you get it.
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3 af 8 brugere (38%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
2.2 timer bogført
Indsendt: 21. august
An excellent game which is extremely historical accurate, tutorial was very helpful and am looking forward to playing it more. The fact it is on offer makes it a must buy, especially if you have enjoyed other Paradox games.
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39.3 timer bogført
Indsendt: 25. maj
What I don't like about the game is you can't always add conquered territories to your empire. I mean, this is a game focusing more on militaristic conquest, right, and you can't keep the territories you conquer? You have to negotiate a peace treaty which always gives some of the conquered territories back to the original owner which is unrealistic bull@#$!. Even worse, with major powers you can't add any of their territories to your empire. For example, I conquered the entire nation of Portugal and it wouldn't let me annex it, as it would only allow me to turn it into a satellite or annex just a couple territories. That's when I stopped playing forever.
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3.9 timer bogført
Indsendt: 24. august
This game should've been a whileworld map game, its unfortunate that its about only Europe.
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10.0 timer bogført
Indsendt: 16. juni
Ayo dis game is pretty good, I mean what more could you want? It's a paradox game, pretty easy to get in to. And really rewarding when you see your countries name stretched across Europe, the best part infamy isn't really there, so just keep on stomping on those pathetic countries who are attempting resistance, keep spraying them with the peperspray of infantry and cannon fire, and cover your ears with the frequent peac requests of "Don't taze me bro." Just close your eyes and keep hitting them with that baton, with the exception of blocking a few blows with your riot shield.

Glory to Serbia
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28.8 timer bogført
Indsendt: 18. maj
Honestly I am a CK 2 veteran who has logged almost 800 hours into that game. Ive only put about 38 hours into this game due to the odd mechanics they applied to a very short period in which spans only about a decade while the engine that they used from CK2 and Europa causes a very rushed and overly simplified view to the events of the era. I do like the idea and concept of the overall plan for this game but it lacks a lot in the overall diplomacy and interactions between nations and on top of that it is truly lacking the overall grandeuse of some of the major events such as Napoleon's coronation and even his installment of family members as rulers. They do give you a few simple options for these events but I find them sorely lacking. I came to the assumption that through updates Paradox would modify and add to this game but due to its lacking of popularity I guess they decided to simply put it to the wayside. Overall decent game and recommend buying it on sale. Hopefully will eventually be updated and reconfigured but the light at the end of the tunnel is very dim.
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11.8 timer bogført
Indsendt: 19. maj
For those who follow Paradox games MotE was a transition from Victoria 2 that intrudced some of the mechanics that would appear in Europa Universalis IV. It has since been largely forgotten since EU4 came out due to its limited focus on the Napoleonic Wars, but if you enjoy Paradox games there's no reason to go back and try this one out if it goes on sale.
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15.0 timer bogført
Indsendt: 26. juni
Gonna start by saying that this is now your normal Paradox game. Anyone who has done their research knows this is the ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ game of Paradox and someone they bought out. That being said, Paradox fans will enjoy the familiar look and feel of March of the Eagles. If you think you send too much time worrying about gettting a CB against your neighbor, or think you should have won a battle, or defended against besiegers longer, this is your game. It has added military options, from 4 flanks in every army each with their own general, to many new options for armies and navies, such as options to avoid comat, or rush to allies battles, or even dig in at the fort and wait out the besiegers. Diplomacy is cut back a lot. Declare war on anyone you want, no trade, and no alliances. What it does have instead, are coalitions.

Love the simplicity of diplomacy while focusing more on military.
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44.6 timer bogført
Indsendt: 19. juni
itsa okay
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116 af 136 brugere (85%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
18.9 timer bogført
Indsendt: 16. december 2013
I love Paradox games, which is why it pains me to pan this one. Clocking in 200 hours with the likes of a Crusader Kings or a Europa game is easy for me to do, but at the 18th hour mark I decided this is simply a flawed game concept. The problem is that the game engine that Paradox uses so well covering their other grand strategy games does not scale very well when applied to the limited time frame of a Napoleon era game. Nowhere is this better seen than in the process of battles. The somewhat generalized battle system may be fine for a game that covers hundreds of years, but a game that only covers decades demands a more involved/detailed battle system. They make an attempt by allowing you to choose battle tactics for example, but you never get the feel for the difference as the battle zips by, typical in Paradox games. Napoleon's never ending pursuit for the definitive battle never feels fully realized. The player is left wanting more once the battle engages. The game desperately needed a sub system - or mini game if you will - that allows the player to engage in some tactical choices in the battles. In this way the building of the army and the choices you made in unit structures feels more important. And honestly, some of the other things so important and necessary in a long time frame game just seems like a distraction here. The diplomacy and coalition building system holds promise, but in practice seemed more tedious to me than fun or interesting. Once again, the engine that makes history dabbling sandbox play fun just does not scale as well in a game covering less historical time.

I really hope they take another shot at the era but next time take the time to design or better modify the game engine to better reflect the uniqueness of the simulation.
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43 af 48 brugere (90%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
44.7 timer bogført
Indsendt: 4. marts
For fans of the Total War series who like looking at the bigger picture. Or an excellent entry level Paradox Interactive grand strategy game.

When I bought the game I was a complete Paradox Interactive noob but I always liked the idea of their truly-grand strategy games. However, having played the demos for Europa Universalis III and Hearts of Iron II, I was convinced I would never be able to get my head around the complexities of Paradox's games. This all changed with March of the Eagles. The era in which the game is set is right up my street and the scale of the campaign map was like nothing I'd experienced before ('scale' is a relative term here).

People familiar with strategy games will be fimiliar with the basic concepts here. You destroy your enemies and take their land, simple. However, in MotE the immediate gains (land) you make are much smaller than those in other games such as the Total War series. This may sound boring to some but I assure you the opposite is true. Because you have to fight harder for every inch, when you eventually destroy a nation it is all the more satisfying.

Every nations on the map is playable from launch (no DLC is a rarity these days) which adds replayability to the game. I had the most fun playing as a lesser nations and working the larger powers against each other. Personally I recommend one of the Italian nations.

Educational and fun!?!?!

What suprised me is what you learn while playing this game! If history/national geography interests you then this game is great. I can now name a lot of lesser Germanic/Burgundian nations such as Nassau and Hessen which I didn't know once existed. There are also event pop ups which add little to gameplay but provide educational fun, such as I never knew that Napoleon named his brother the King of The Netherlands. Fun fact!

The diplomacy element and associated AI is not the greatest in any game ever to be honest but it does the job perfectly well. There is a 'coalition' mechanic in this game which is a unique concept as far as I am concerned. This basically means that you and a bunch of other nations rally behind a super-power (Prussia, Austria, Russia, Ottomans, French or British [and Spain, but not really]) to defeat another super-power which results in an unbreakable alliance. This is a nice idea and historically relevent and probably the best feature in the game.

Let's be honest. You auto-resolve most of the battles when playing Total War and that's why you're here.

Basically the meat and potatoes of the game. If you're not planning on going to war there is not much point in playing the game. There are no live battlefield engagements in the style of Total War or Age of Empires but frankly they are not needed. While nine times out of ten combat boils down to who has more men, there are still other elements that effect the outcome in subtle ways. There are a variety of units avaliable to build but they are essentially pictures which represent statistics. But specific army composition is not necessarily what the game is about for me (though the right balance helps). For me it is not the who, but the where and when.... and also who a bit. Having the right amount of men in the right place at the right time is how you are going to win, not by numbers and blitzkrieg tactics. Also, with the exception of Russia and the Ottomans, you are not going to survive alone. You need friends. When you build an epic alliance as Britain with Naples, Prussia, Bavaria and Piemonte against the French this is where the game shines. It's even more fun to watch all those nations instantly turn against you for their personal gain as soon as the war is over. In this respect the game is extremely Machiavellian, and I love it!

The combat is further complicated by the need to balance resources such as money and manpower. Compared to other Paradox games this level of resource management is childs play, but it is still on a par with other conventional RTSs.

Famous historical characters such as Horatio Nelson and Napoleon make cameos which is a nice touch. They come with combat bonuses and can lead you armies/navies.

Acceptable. There is not a lot to be said here as the game essentially consists of a map and a few character models. It looks nice, don't get me wrong, but it is what it is. If you're going to be persuaded either way by graphics for a game like this you're probably in the wrong place. Be warned, there are a lot of menus but that is fine. You find your way pretty quickly.

The sound effects are passable to the point of being simply passive. Again, there is not much to report. Music on the other hand is where Paradox always delivers and this game is no different. It feels thematic but also extremely epic. The music adds further grandeur to the game which may not exist otherwise.

The way Steam works the chances are this game will come up in a Steam sale soon enough. If it drops below £10 ($13ish) and it sounds like it might be your thing just get it and blame me if you're disappointed. I doubt you will be. If you want to get into Paradox grand strategies but don't know where to start then this is the one for you! It's simple enough to pick up easily but deep enough not to be considered a glorified tutorial for the other games, yet it introduces you to the essentials of Paradox grand strategies. For me it was a gate way drug and now Paradox is one of my all time favourite game developers.

The downside. To be brutally honest after playing Crusader Kings II and Victoria II, among others, I don't see why a seasoned Paradox fan would buy this if they don't already own it. It brings nothing new to the grand strategy table. It was so good for me because it was my first expericence with the genre but if you know the genre already then there is little for you here. It's good, yes. But there are other Paradox games which are better (the aforementioned Crusader Kings II is my favourite so far).

Arbitrary numbers

For the uninitiated Paradox virgin: 8.5/10 (buy at any price)

For the Paradox veteran: 6.5/10 (buy at a reduced price)
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