“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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“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

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“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

システム要件

    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processor:Intel® Pentium® IV 2.4 GHz or AMD 3500+
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:NVIDIA® GeForce 8800 or ATI Radeon® X1900 video card, 512Mb graphics memory required with a resolution of at least 1024 x 768 or greater
    • DirectX®:9.0
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX® Compatible
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    • Additional:3-button mouse, keyboard, speakers, Internet connection for multiplayer
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G_G
( 記録時間: 28.3 時間 )
投稿日: 4月13日
criminally underrated game. discontinued dev support is ♥♥♥♥ed up but gameplay is good as it hones in on warfare at all levels.
masterofhacks
( 記録時間: 11.5 時間 )
投稿日: 2月17日
It's an entry level grandstratigy however for expert granstratigy players it is probibly the owrst one as it is so generalized in such a short period of time
G. L. von Blücher
( 記録時間: 41.6 時間 )
投稿日: 1月23日
Not worth the money. It's rather unlike Paradox to throw a game together and never fix any of it, which is exactly what they did here.
timonberkowits
( 記録時間: 18.1 時間 )
投稿日: 1月17日
A really enjoyable entry-point to the Grand Strategy genre. This game strips away all the complexities of economies, nation-development, and internal affairs; and leaves you with just the utter fun of War, War and more War. Outmaneuver England as Napolean and march on London; Put your skills of timing to the test as Prussia or the Ottomans. This game is excellent for beginners, but will keep veterans enjoying it for hours on end.
MARKETGARDEN
( 記録時間: 1.6 時間 )
投稿日: 2015年12月27日
Within minutes of playing I have decided not to give this game a chance,

Not recommended:

Even with a super computer even playing EU4 on full graphics capacity this game lags at every turn, when I want to observe my marching armies around the map its like playing a game from the late 1990's FPS is on a average 10 and the AI is rediculously stupid no!,no!,no!, Im sorry Paradox but good to see you improved on this with EU4.
The Wanderer
( 記録時間: 0.7 時間 )
投稿日: 2015年12月9日
This game takes the ♥♥♥♥ out of life. how does any of this make sense, since when did france defend themselves from an onslaught of german brigades. And the graphics i think from the pictures u know wot i mean.
Siontix
( 記録時間: 66.5 時間 )
投稿日: 2015年11月17日
I would give a positive review for just about any Paradox title (yes, including Victoria II and Hearts of Iron III, as buggy as they may be), but this is a title I simply cannot baby for its mistakes.

To get one thing off the board immediately, I would NEVER recommend without this mod: https://forum.paradoxplaza.com/forum/index.php?threads/669074

The reason for suggesting that mod is that it takes you, instead, back to pre-Napoleon era just prior to when he became First Consul, thus there is more time to play and less satellites of France (aka more countries to play as). Plus, the mod offers new technology and an uncommon chance to gain cores on conquered provinces--thus the freedom to build units/ships there.
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That being said, I cannot recommend the game in its vanilla state for reasons of simplicity. This game wins favorable points for its astounding combat system; I absolutely love watching battles go on, regardless of the size, and what the generals can make of situations. ...which brings me to my first issue: Generals. Some countries get an abundant amount of generals, receive a few, and some receive NONE. You have to give me credit, I pulled off a save as Egypt where I conquered all of Africa, Spain, and the Ottoman Empire; easier said than done when you only have ONE general and NO admirals to work with. In this sense, the game's only friendly toward countries like France, Britain, Austria, Prussia, and Russia. Fair enough, those countries are the center of attention, but I shake my head at the disallowed freedom to TRY and rise up as a lesser power.

For me, quite a significant issue is the lack of countries that can be freed; specifically, countries like Scotland, Norway, Iceland, Finland, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, etc. do not exist in the game, so they may not be liberated. AT THE VERY LEAST, Norway couldn't have been made available to liberate? Why not!? I don't give a horse's ♥♥♥ if "Norway didn't exist until 1905"; this is a game of imagination and 'what ifs'. If as France I wage war on Denmark, conquer Norway; I want the freedom to pretend that as part of the terms of peace I'm enforcing, I insist on a "Norwegian Norway". If conquering everything is how I'm going to play the game I'd just go play a more amateur title, like Supreme Ruler; I expect much more from my all-time favorite development studio.

Lastly, let me argue that the coalition system is confusing beyond comprehension (at least to me). Yes, the coalition leader must subsidize its members, but even so, if I'm at 200+ relations with France and in a PERFECT geographic and militaristic position to strike an enemy, why is Napoleon so anal on letting me in? I wish I could have a summary of reasons returned to me like in most other Paradox titles. In this sense, getting a coalition invitation is like a surprise birthday gift to me; only that I most often decline when I do receive an invite on the grounds that I'm unprepared for war.

Overall, I admit, I am almost on the fence on this one. With the mod posted above, I would recommend this game for one gold reason:

March of the Eagles may be overpriced, amateurish (compared to other titles), and essentially a mini game title. Be that as it may, it is a SUPERB game to gift a friend who's new to grand strategy titles. Want someone to start playing EUIV/CKII/Vicky with you but they're unsure of whether they want to buy such expensive titles? Send them this way, this will give them an idea of what to expect in the better titles.

Treat this game like a mini game title or "get to know Paradox" game for newcomers. Admittedly, $60 for the 4-Pack doesn't sound that bad, if you have 4 people you'd like to trick into the unresistable allure that is grand strategy.

Criticize, debate, ask, praise, as you desire.
Kaiser Anony1200 (CPB)
( 記録時間: 1.0 時間 )
投稿日: 2015年11月4日
more like March of the Unsupported, Buggy Games am I right
liebstandarter
( 記録時間: 2.4 時間 )
投稿日: 2015年10月30日
its unfinished don't waste the money
conradmarco
( 記録時間: 0.5 時間 )
投稿日: 2015年10月22日
For someone who has played napoleon total war and liked i though i had wanted a much more intricate campaign with the feel and look of the era i decided to look for other games of the period, THIS GAME IS EVERYTHING NAPOLEON TOTAL WAR IS NOT, the look, the feel, while napoleon was just bland this is by far the best napoleonic war game ive ever played!!!
Kalos
( 記録時間: 36.8 時間 )
投稿日: 2015年10月11日
The negative reviewers don't give this game enough credit. I had lots of fun playing this excellent grand strategy title, especially in multiplayer. If you do have an opportunity to get this game when it's on sale, I highly recommend to do so, it's an experience you will definitely enjoy.
Darthvegeta800
( 記録時間: 25.7 時間 )
投稿日: 2015年9月21日
An excellent game based on the archetypical Paradox Interactive 'Europa Universalis'.
Nonetheless the experience is quite different.

The game is made more thematic and focussed on the Napoleonic Wars. The periode is also far shorter. (20 years roughly)
And the game manages to reflect the flavor of the period through the 'coalitation' system an era specific techtree and a focus on warfare between allies.
The events are thematic although I'd have loved to see more of these.
War will be almost a constant and victory is achieved by obtaining key areas for land or sea dominance.

The best part of this game is the combat system. For the first time you have an indepth control over troop composition, formations, tactics, generals and subcommanders.
This impacts the game greatly and you can end up having your armies specialize. Concepts such as experience, frontage, supplies etc are very important.

In conclusion if you're a Napoleonics fan, enjoy the EU engine and you want a quick, fun strategic experience then go for it.
Wait for a small discount and pick up the 2 DLCs that'll add some more visual flair. And you'll be set to go.

"La Garde meurs mais se rends pas!"
Blastaz
( 記録時間: 44.7 時間 )
投稿日: 2015年8月18日
All of Paradox's Games are Recomended!
yuru
( 記録時間: 1.1 時間 )
投稿日: 2015年8月18日
It's another digital risk game... yawn
The glorious leader
( 記録時間: 14.6 時間 )
投稿日: 2015年8月17日
Paradox open beta for europa Universalis` 4 combat system.
PG908
( 記録時間: 3.0 時間 )
投稿日: 2015年8月15日
This game has some really great potential, but there are a lot of issues holding it back that really hurt the experience.

Firstly, the AI. It's ridiculously grabby and cares little about what it's grabbing. France, for example, can and will take anything from stripes (yes, stripes) of sweden and finland (problematic for obvious reasons) to a chunk of northern portugal, while England, meanwhile, is happy to take Norway, Hannover, or even parts of Bulgaria.
Additional AI issue include ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ diplomacy choices (in a game as Saxony, my Prussian overlord declared war on Sweden without reason, and followed it up on a war with Bavaria - inexplicably allied with both the English and French while they were coalitioned against eachother, only to white peace with Bavaria). And it's extremely rare to see a proper coalition war, sadly, where many of the greats get involved.

Regarding the combat mechanics (which could stand to be better explained, since the tutorial doesn't do a good job of telling you how to keep armies efficiently supplied or how that at least works), armies tend to fight to the death much of the time and it's sometimes difficult to tell what's going on (ck2 may have spoiled me there). Sieges can be very random as well, with morale not having a good amount of consistancy (ie, france seiging a high-level fort that suddenly goes from maximum morale to surrender - it may be more realistic but the events need to be more visible, and I honestly prefer the EU4 & CK2 methods better). Additionally, in costal provinces, even if you have a substantial amount of artillery, there doesn't seem to be anything preventing sailing in reinforcements of a fort, to the point of aburdity, where you DON'T want the siege to end, since the army will then pop out and engage you (which can be very bad - the besieged army somehow isn't disarmed at all or even impeded in any way, resulting in a besieging army that lacked some supplies being routed if you aren't careful).

Another gripe I had was how prestige determines the winnder when the year hits 1820 and there's nobody with complete naval and land dominace, which, while it mostly gives the win to the nation actually winning, it does sometimes get it horribly wrong. Some combination of factors (such as multiplying total dominace with prestige, military strength, and/or other factors).

I'm a big Paradox fan (I love CK2, Hoi3, and EU4), but I can't reccomend this to others. If you want Napoleon, consider the EU4 bookmarks.
Redrusty66
( 記録時間: 4.8 時間 )
投稿日: 2015年7月5日
Fantastic underrated game. The thrown away child amongst all of Pradox's DLC whoring titles..lol One of it's best aspects actually since you can get the whole game without needing 45 DLC = 250$..lol But if you like 4X this is a great title for your library.
Kaptain Skurvy
( 記録時間: 15.8 時間 )
投稿日: 2015年7月5日
My previous review was the salty reaction to a save game gone horribly wrong. I am going to write an unbiased review now that I have a better understanding of this game.

WITH that being said, this game is still awful. It's a mini-game, a small sliver of a time period that you can actually enjoy in Paradox's flagship title, "Europa Universalis IV," with proper DLC. The difference is, you can enjoy many, many more hours of gameplay in EUIV than in this game. Reason being, is that you can actually play that game more than once and feel like you're having a different adventure each time. In this game, it's the same exact scenario every time; which would be okay if it was executed properly.

I'm a huge fan of most Paradox titles. This game, however, is a title I cannot recommend based on several factors.

- This game is very unfriendly to those who wish to play as a smaller nation.
- There is a very small selection of countries to play as (of course, unless you want to play as a puppet of France or Britain, but no matter who you play as that might as well be the case anyway.)
- There is not much to do except for watch France and Britain declare war on each other every five minutes.

Good things about this game:

- Combat! Yes, this game has a very good combat system. I was immensely impressed by how much depth there is to combat in this.
- Having a historical figure as menacing as Napoleon tormenting Europe. While this partially goes against what I wrote before, it is very engaging to try and create an army large enough to combat him, even if it is kind of impossible.
- It's true that this game feels like a mini-game, but from a certain point of view, for some players, that could be a good thing. Perhaps this game can be seen as a decent introduction to Paradox games for those who have never tried them before.

In conclusion, if you think the goods outweigh the bads, then it's worth trying out. Maybe you'll find enjoyment in this game. I personally don't recommend it because there are better alternatives and this game is very frustrating with the things it lacks.

I would also like to point out that a fine fellow politely informed me of something I was wrong about in my previous review. I had for whatever reason convinced myself (I am an avid lover of history, by the way) that this game did not in fact last the length of the Napoleonic era. That was wrong of me, and I must admit I do not know as much of the Napoleonic era as some do. But that's why we have peers! To point out when we are wrong and correct us in an ever so polite manner.

Thank you for reading, and please understand that the opinions expressed in this review are my own and you may have a completely different gaming experience than I had.
Cartoon Head
( 記録時間: 1.4 時間 )
投稿日: 2015年6月28日
I have nothing against the game itself, many people enjoy it. But I do have issue with paradox and the fact they ban anyone who has even the slightest criticism against them. Do not support these Devs, they are bad for Gaming and release half finished games and expect the community to finish them with mods, then over charge with millions of useless DLCs.
Witch
( 記録時間: 11.3 時間 )
投稿日: 2015年6月18日
One of the more easy Paradox games I've played. I'd say it's for people trying to get into Paradox Interactive styled games.
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It's an entry level grandstratigy however for expert granstratigy players it is probibly the owrst one as it is so generalized in such a short period of time
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Not worth the money. It's rather unlike Paradox to throw a game together and never fix any of it, which is exactly what they did here.
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I would give a positive review for just about any Paradox title (yes, including Victoria II and Hearts of Iron III, as buggy as they may be), but this is a title I simply cannot baby for its mistakes.

To get one thing off the board immediately, I would NEVER recommend without this mod: https://forum.paradoxplaza.com/forum/index.php?threads/669074

The reason for suggesting that mod is that it takes you, instead, back to pre-Napoleon era just prior to when he became First Consul, thus there is more time to play and less satellites of France (aka more countries to play as). Plus, the mod offers new technology and an uncommon chance to gain cores on conquered provinces--thus the freedom to build units/ships there.
----------------------------------
That being said, I cannot recommend the game in its vanilla state for reasons of simplicity. This game wins favorable points for its astounding combat system; I absolutely love watching battles go on, regardless of the size, and what the generals can make of situations. ...which brings me to my first issue: Generals. Some countries get an abundant amount of generals, receive a few, and some receive NONE. You have to give me credit, I pulled off a save as Egypt where I conquered all of Africa, Spain, and the Ottoman Empire; easier said than done when you only have ONE general and NO admirals to work with. In this sense, the game's only friendly toward countries like France, Britain, Austria, Prussia, and Russia. Fair enough, those countries are the center of attention, but I shake my head at the disallowed freedom to TRY and rise up as a lesser power.

For me, quite a significant issue is the lack of countries that can be freed; specifically, countries like Scotland, Norway, Iceland, Finland, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, etc. do not exist in the game, so they may not be liberated. AT THE VERY LEAST, Norway couldn't have been made available to liberate? Why not!? I don't give a horse's ♥♥♥ if "Norway didn't exist until 1905"; this is a game of imagination and 'what ifs'. If as France I wage war on Denmark, conquer Norway; I want the freedom to pretend that as part of the terms of peace I'm enforcing, I insist on a "Norwegian Norway". If conquering everything is how I'm going to play the game I'd just go play a more amateur title, like Supreme Ruler; I expect much more from my all-time favorite development studio.

Lastly, let me argue that the coalition system is confusing beyond comprehension (at least to me). Yes, the coalition leader must subsidize its members, but even so, if I'm at 200+ relations with France and in a PERFECT geographic and militaristic position to strike an enemy, why is Napoleon so anal on letting me in? I wish I could have a summary of reasons returned to me like in most other Paradox titles. In this sense, getting a coalition invitation is like a surprise birthday gift to me; only that I most often decline when I do receive an invite on the grounds that I'm unprepared for war.

Overall, I admit, I am almost on the fence on this one. With the mod posted above, I would recommend this game for one gold reason:

March of the Eagles may be overpriced, amateurish (compared to other titles), and essentially a mini game title. Be that as it may, it is a SUPERB game to gift a friend who's new to grand strategy titles. Want someone to start playing EUIV/CKII/Vicky with you but they're unsure of whether they want to buy such expensive titles? Send them this way, this will give them an idea of what to expect in the better titles.

Treat this game like a mini game title or "get to know Paradox" game for newcomers. Admittedly, $60 for the 4-Pack doesn't sound that bad, if you have 4 people you'd like to trick into the unresistable allure that is grand strategy.

Criticize, debate, ask, praise, as you desire.
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A really enjoyable entry-point to the Grand Strategy genre. This game strips away all the complexities of economies, nation-development, and internal affairs; and leaves you with just the utter fun of War, War and more War. Outmaneuver England as Napolean and march on London; Put your skills of timing to the test as Prussia or the Ottomans. This game is excellent for beginners, but will keep veterans enjoying it for hours on end.
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フォーカスしている点とゲームシステムが合致していないように思います。
このゲームは明らかに戦争にフォーカスしており、作戦級ゲームを多く手掛けているAgeodが初期に関わっていたという点からもそれは伺えます。つまり軍司令官的視点にフォーカスしているということです。
しかし、システムはParadoxらしく外交や内政などプレイヤーに国家指導者の視点を求めるものになっています。

このふたつの視点がごっちゃになっているため、外交・内政を含めた大戦略を考えたい人にとっては、かなり物足りない内容である反面(Victoria等と違い内政が単純なため、戦争しないとかなり暇なゲーム展開になります。)戦争ゲームをやりたい人にとっては軍事作戦に集中できないものになっています。加えてシナリオが一つしかないため、特定の軍事キャンペーン(モスクワ遠征とか諸国民戦争とか)を遊ぶことはできず、後者のタイプの人にとっては、かなりマイナスになると思います。

まとめると、そもそもVictoria、Europa Universalisのような大戦略・国家戦略ゲームをしたい人向けではありませんし、ナポレオニックの作戦級ゲームを求めているならば、AgeodのNapoleon's Campaignsの方が優れていると思います。

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投稿日: 2013年2月27日
久々にパラドゲー有料βに参加した。

Paradox歴史ゲーム最新作。ナポレオン戦争ゲー。
システムはEU3を戦争に特化させた感じ。ユニットの種類や戦闘時のパラメータが大量に追加されている。
最初はとっつき難いがゲームに慣れてくれば楽しめるようになる。
この辺を面白いと思うか面倒なだけの不要要素と見るかは人それぞれで評価が分かれそう。

プロヴィンスが地域の中心的な都市(例えばパリ)とその周辺地域(パリに対してはエヴルー)に分けられ、中心都市さえ占領すれば周辺地域は占領せずともよく、周辺地域だけが占領されても敵が移動した時点で中心都市の守備隊が(?)勝手に取り返してくれるという変更は塗り絵の手間を大幅に減らす地味に大きな改善。
同盟国・衛星国がInfamy(悪評)を下げるためにしか使えなかったEU3DWなどと比べて軍隊の供出の面で大幅に役立つようになったのも良い。

このゲーム最大の特色であるDominance(支配、優勢)システムは良かった。
その国から見た重要拠点、例えばフランスであれば陸はカッセルやワルシャワ、海はハンブルクやリスボンなどを占領することでLand DominanceとNaval Dominanceの得点を稼いでいくというもので、両方とも100点を超えればその時点で勝利となる。
これによりただ漠然と国境を広げていったり自分で目標を定めて征服していく国土成形作業だったりしたEU3とは違い、侵略に戦略的な意味が生まれた。
もちろんパラドゲーらしくこれを完全無視して好きなように征服する遊び方もできるのも素晴らしい。

欠点は有料βらしくUIがEU3DWなどに比べて微妙な出来だったりとか、いわゆるピンポン(退却する敵軍を追い掛け回す玉突き状態)がEU3より悪化してたりとか、
フランスのDominanceポイントにロンドンとモスクワがなかったりとか(これには理由がありそうだが単純に俺が残念。ブリテン上陸とモスクワ遠征にゲーム的な意味がないので)色々あるが、個人的に一番残念なのはゲーム開始が1805年であること。
ナポレオニックゲーとは分かっているが、できれば1791~93年あたり開始でフランス革命戦争からやりたかった。
何より1805年の時点で既にフランス一強なので、フランスで遊んでもゲーム的に盛り上がりに欠けるのが辛い。
ゲーム期間の問題は今後のDLCに期待したいが、作り込みも価格もライトな本作に果たしてDLCは出るのか謎。

全体的にEU4開発に向けての新システム導入の試金石的な雰囲気があるゲームだが、一本のゲームとしてもしっかりできてるので遊ぶ分には問題ない。
ともあれEU3などのパラドゲーを楽しめてナポレオニックが好きな人、または戦争特化のEU3をやりたいような人にはおすすめ。

☆3.5/5
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投稿日: 2014年12月19日
歴史的事実に即して、マップを用意し兵士のコマを並べ将帥を配置して、そこで作り手が満足してしまった。その気持ちは分からなくはないが、ゲームとしては面白くない。フランス陸軍は欧州最強!ただし海戦ではイギリスに勝てなくて海は渡れません。それでは、どう打開しましょうか、がこのゲームでは出来ない。あらゆる局面でひたすら数で押すだけしかないのだ…。戦争とはそういうものなのかもしれない。しかしそこはプレイヤーの創意と工夫とこだわりでもって介入したいのである。
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記録時間: 18.9 時間
投稿日: 2013年12月16日
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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記録時間: 44.7 時間
投稿日: 2014年3月4日
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!

Diplomacy:
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.

Combat/War:
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.

Graphics:
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.

Sound/Music:
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.

Conclusion:
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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投稿日: 2015年3月24日
This is a game judged harshly for what it isn't and what people thought it was instead of for what it is and what it was meant to be. What this game isn't is a grand strategy game seeking to model every cultural and economic aspect of running a nation in Europe in the early 19th century. What this game is, to put it simply, is a Napoleonic version of Hearts of Iron. It's purely a war game and that's all it aspires to be, and as a war game it's pretty enjoyable.

Thus the mechanics of everyting relating to the military are deeper than most, if not all, Paradox games barring Hearts of Iron itself, and everything else is simplified. You can't adjust taxes (though can take out loans in an emergency), you don't need to justify declarations of war, war begins almost immediately after you unpause the game, and technology is represented as a linear set of techs organized by category that you purchase with "idea points" that accumulate each month.

The entire point of the game is the military and that's where the depth comes in. Similar to Hearts of Iron, provinces are very small to allow for maneuvering, and most importantly, armies are extremely customizable.

  • First, each army has a main commander as well as up to four subcommanders, one each for the left, right, center flanks, and the last for the reserves.
  • Then, units in the army can be manually distributed between the flanks and the reserves so it's organized just how you like it.
  • Finally, the main commander and the four sub commanders all have independent tactics you can set for them, with the main commander having unique ones. Some examples include scorched earth, standing your ground, delaying, entrenched defense, feint, etc. with each having their own requirements that need to be fulfilled in order to be usable (for example, "feint" requires the flank to have at least 15% light infantry and 15% cavalry in order to work).

So you could have a right flank that entrenches and stands their ground, a center flank of line infantry that conducts a feint, and a left flank of elite guards that conducts a counter punch to enemy troops caught in the feint, each with the perfect commander to accentuate the tactics. As an added bit of Napoleonic immersion, it tracks the number of enemy flags captured for each brigade, which had an deep impact on troop morale.

The possibilities are endliess and no two armies are alike. Unlike every other Paradox game that isn't Hearts of Iron, this game's combat isn't a simple matter of just shoving two doom stacks into one giant province, watching floating numbers for a few seconds, and the other one scurrying off. It's about creating highly customised and unique armies commanded by countless possible commanders in order to give yourself a tactical edge. Combat is deep, nuanced, constant, and satisfying.
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記録時間: 33.9 時間
投稿日: 2014年5月21日
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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記録時間: 15.8 時間
投稿日: 2015年7月5日
My previous review was the salty reaction to a save game gone horribly wrong. I am going to write an unbiased review now that I have a better understanding of this game.

WITH that being said, this game is still awful. It's a mini-game, a small sliver of a time period that you can actually enjoy in Paradox's flagship title, "Europa Universalis IV," with proper DLC. The difference is, you can enjoy many, many more hours of gameplay in EUIV than in this game. Reason being, is that you can actually play that game more than once and feel like you're having a different adventure each time. In this game, it's the same exact scenario every time; which would be okay if it was executed properly.

I'm a huge fan of most Paradox titles. This game, however, is a title I cannot recommend based on several factors.

- This game is very unfriendly to those who wish to play as a smaller nation.
- There is a very small selection of countries to play as (of course, unless you want to play as a puppet of France or Britain, but no matter who you play as that might as well be the case anyway.)
- There is not much to do except for watch France and Britain declare war on each other every five minutes.

Good things about this game:

- Combat! Yes, this game has a very good combat system. I was immensely impressed by how much depth there is to combat in this.
- Having a historical figure as menacing as Napoleon tormenting Europe. While this partially goes against what I wrote before, it is very engaging to try and create an army large enough to combat him, even if it is kind of impossible.
- It's true that this game feels like a mini-game, but from a certain point of view, for some players, that could be a good thing. Perhaps this game can be seen as a decent introduction to Paradox games for those who have never tried them before.

In conclusion, if you think the goods outweigh the bads, then it's worth trying out. Maybe you'll find enjoyment in this game. I personally don't recommend it because there are better alternatives and this game is very frustrating with the things it lacks.

I would also like to point out that a fine fellow politely informed me of something I was wrong about in my previous review. I had for whatever reason convinced myself (I am an avid lover of history, by the way) that this game did not in fact last the length of the Napoleonic era. That was wrong of me, and I must admit I do not know as much of the Napoleonic era as some do. But that's why we have peers! To point out when we are wrong and correct us in an ever so polite manner.

Thank you for reading, and please understand that the opinions expressed in this review are my own and you may have a completely different gaming experience than I had.
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記録時間: 15.6 時間
投稿日: 2013年10月27日
That dirty old Napoleon was a true son of a ♥♥♥♥♥.

For a game to choose such a narrow slice of history, the Napoleonic Wars, and do it so well is truly a hidden gem among strategy games. With one exception , this is a game you can pickup quickly and move into battle / conquest mode with minimal reading / tutorials. The tutorials are there and cover every feature in detail should you need them.

Pick your country wisely when you play this game. Starting off on the wrong side will test your patience and mettle for battle. I started as Great Britain and ruled the seas...but those pesky French kept drawing my ships and transports into battle. I would end up winning but these spoiler attacks slowed me down a lot. Enemy AI is competitive at the strategic level and in combat.

The one daunting task is understanding the military units. You can make upwards of twenty different types of land combat units in MoE. TWENTY. Knowing the difference between a Marine brigade and a Dragoons brigade is a must. Knowing that armies, during that time, needed supply trains as much as they need fighting brigades is a must. Knowing how to position your troops and their fronts for maximum effect is a must. Put too many troops in a single front and you incur an attack penalty!

Given the narrow slice of history involved, MoE is probably a niche strategy game. Still, I'm very, very happy with my purchase. If you play Hearts of Iron III, Crusader Kings II, and / or EV IV, you should add this game to your collection.
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記録時間: 190.1 時間
投稿日: 2014年6月27日
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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記録時間: 37.7 時間
投稿日: 2014年10月1日
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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記録時間: 36.6 時間
投稿日: 2014年12月11日
you should definitely buy this game
It's a masterpiece completely underrated and neglected by paradox, with the mods and dlc's their other games get this could be one of their best games, yet it's good anyway, unlike Europa Universalis it's completely focused on combat, so forget politics and marriages, it's time to BATTLE!
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記録時間: 2.0 時間
投稿日: 2013年10月5日
It's pretty much just like other Paradox real time tabletop strategy games. Main difference is it's in Europe in the 19th century. Solid game overall. Worth a play especially if you like strategy games as Paradox games tend to go in to more detail then most games. Only real down side that I can think of is the learning curve. Which everyone should try the training first ,before trying to play. But still not as bad as other games.
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記録時間: 3.0 時間
投稿日: 2015年8月15日
This game has some really great potential, but there are a lot of issues holding it back that really hurt the experience.

Firstly, the AI. It's ridiculously grabby and cares little about what it's grabbing. France, for example, can and will take anything from stripes (yes, stripes) of sweden and finland (problematic for obvious reasons) to a chunk of northern portugal, while England, meanwhile, is happy to take Norway, Hannover, or even parts of Bulgaria.
Additional AI issue include ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ diplomacy choices (in a game as Saxony, my Prussian overlord declared war on Sweden without reason, and followed it up on a war with Bavaria - inexplicably allied with both the English and French while they were coalitioned against eachother, only to white peace with Bavaria). And it's extremely rare to see a proper coalition war, sadly, where many of the greats get involved.

Regarding the combat mechanics (which could stand to be better explained, since the tutorial doesn't do a good job of telling you how to keep armies efficiently supplied or how that at least works), armies tend to fight to the death much of the time and it's sometimes difficult to tell what's going on (ck2 may have spoiled me there). Sieges can be very random as well, with morale not having a good amount of consistancy (ie, france seiging a high-level fort that suddenly goes from maximum morale to surrender - it may be more realistic but the events need to be more visible, and I honestly prefer the EU4 & CK2 methods better). Additionally, in costal provinces, even if you have a substantial amount of artillery, there doesn't seem to be anything preventing sailing in reinforcements of a fort, to the point of aburdity, where you DON'T want the siege to end, since the army will then pop out and engage you (which can be very bad - the besieged army somehow isn't disarmed at all or even impeded in any way, resulting in a besieging army that lacked some supplies being routed if you aren't careful).

Another gripe I had was how prestige determines the winnder when the year hits 1820 and there's nobody with complete naval and land dominace, which, while it mostly gives the win to the nation actually winning, it does sometimes get it horribly wrong. Some combination of factors (such as multiplying total dominace with prestige, military strength, and/or other factors).

I'm a big Paradox fan (I love CK2, Hoi3, and EU4), but I can't reccomend this to others. If you want Napoleon, consider the EU4 bookmarks.
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記録時間: 126.0 時間
投稿日: 2014年12月19日
As a long time student of this era in history this one grabbed me right off the bat. It takes into account all the aspects of the Napoleonic Era. A very stable game engine that has not crashed at all. It took sevral readings of the manual and tries at the tutorial to fully get the hang of it; but it plays great. There are also some great mods to this game that i have been playing. Haven't tried an online game as of yet. Double thumbs up on this game!!
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記録時間: 97.9 時間
投稿日: 2014年2月18日
Excellent game, if u want something simmilar to Crusaders Kings but yet more simplistic, there u go that is the right game for u :D
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