Übernehmen Sie die Zügle über Ihr Land, führen Sie innen- und außenpolitische Angelegenheiten, navigieren Sie durch tausende historischer Ereignisse, ziehen Sie in verschiedenste Schlachten und leiten Sie Ihr Land zur Blüte – alles im Namen der Ehre!
Nutzerreviews: Größtenteils positiv (34 Reviews) - 79% der 34 Nutzerreviews für dieses Spiel sind positiv.
Veröffentlichung: 11. Nov. 2009

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Übernehmen Sie die Zügle über Ihr Land, führen Sie innen- und außenpolitische Angelegenheiten, navigieren Sie durch tausende historischer Ereignisse, ziehen Sie in verschiedenste Schlachten und leiten Sie Ihr Land zur Blüte – alles im Namen der Ehre! For the Glory lässt Sie vollends in die Geschichte eintauchen, mit einem unglaublichen Spielerlebnis und über 10.000 historischen Ereignissen. Übernehmen Sie die Leitung der Habsburger, oder einem aggressiven schwedischen Staat oder leiten Sie die seefahrenden Portugiesen. Bauen Sie Ihr Imperium durch Handel, Diplomatie, Kolonialisierung und Krieg. Interagieren Sie mit Persönlichkeiten der Geschichte, um zu bestimmen, wie das Schicksal Ihrer Nation sich entfalten wird. Nichts ist in Stein geschrieben und während ein kluger Anführer eventuell den Pfad der Geschichte wählen würde, obliegt es Ihnen eventuell den Lauf der Geschichte zu ändern.

  • Sie können über 180 Nationen auf einer kompletten Weltkarte spielen
  • Die Geschichte umfasst 1419-1819
  • Entdecken Sie so noch nie gesehene historische Darstellung von über 10.000 wirklich geschehenen Ereignissen
  • Unvergleichbare Mod-Möglichkeiten: unbegrenzter Zeitrahmen und bis zu 1000 Ländereien
  • Verbessertes und modernisiertes Interface
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Systemanforderungen

    • Betriebssystem: Windows 2000 / XP/ Vista
    • Prozessor: Pentium II 266 MHz
    • Speicher: 256 MB RAM
    • Grafik: 1 GB freier Festplattenspeicher
    • DirectX®: DirectX 8 oder höher
    • Festplatte: 2 MB Grafikkarte DirectX kompatibel
    • Sound: DirectX kompatible Soundkarte
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7 von 7 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11. August 2015
This is a good game if you played and enjoyed Europa Universalis I & II as it is an improved version of it.

Pros:
Lots of nations to choose from, from every corner of the world.
Historical accurate events for the major nations that will give you a feel of the nation history.
Different scenarios influenced by major periods of European history

Cons:
Outdated graphics (But I still think they are quite ok for the gamer focused on grand strategy)
Gamers not experienced on Paradox Games will have much to learn.

In conclusion, if you love history or grand strategy games this is a good game to get

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2 von 3 Personen (67%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
68.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 1. November 2015
Hours of learning and grand strategy fun. Recommended for all hardcore strategy fans.
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2 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
4.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12. Dezember 2014
You have in front of you the final update and ultimate achievement of the Europa Universalis I/II formula.

You see, when in 2007 EU3 came out, it was... bad. I mean, REALLY bad. It was broken. Featureless. A big step back from EU2, that came out in 2001. The first big expansion of EU3 came out THREE MONTHS later. And even after another one in 2008 (when the game was repackaged under the "EU3 Complete" name) it was a disappointing game, coming after the historical flavour of EU2.

So in 2009, 8 years after EU2, the team behind the AGCEEP mod for EU2 released this "sidequel" to EU2: it had widescreen resolution, it had 10,000 historical events, it had major tweaks to the rules and the AI, it had a better, more streamlined UI, it had better mod support. It was, in that particular context, the "real" EU3 (more like a EU2.5).

So, it's a great grand strategy game. But.

BUT.

But in 2010, EU3 saw the release of another TWO expansions, and the game became good at first, and excellent after the last one (now it was repackaged again under the "EU3 Chronicles" monicker). Yes, the historical flavour was still lacking compared to For The Glory, but in every other aspect, it was now a superior game.

So I still recommend For The Glory in 2014, when even Europa Universalis IV exists? Yes, even just for a trip into history of strategy gaming. If you want to try Europa UNiversalis I or II, skip those and get For The Glory instead.

(UPDATED NOTE: The last patch is actually from the 29 December 2013: link http://forum.paradoxplaza.com/forum/index.php?threads/ftg-1-3-beta-patch-unified-thread.670289/#post-16633623

ORIGINAL NOTE: last patch is a 1.3 beta "23 February", available only in the Paradox Plaza; the last AGCEEP release it's the 1.59b4 with a hotfix. Both aren't included in the Steam release)
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52 von 58 Personen (90%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
168.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 18. November 2012
For The Glory A Europa Universalis Game is a very aptly named game. It is, essentially, a collection of advances made in the Europa Universalis II modding scene bundled together and sold as a full game. And while For The Glory is a great experience it is also an experience you can get from playing regular Europa Universalis II and installing a bunch of mods.

From the standpoint of an un-modded Europa Universalis II all the advances in For The Glory will look tremendous. A massive increase in the number of events you will receive, both as a historical player or as someone that thinks the Reconquista should be going in reverse. The AI is smarter, focusing it's forces much better, new map modes makes conquests much easier to plan and a ton of general balance changes makes everything feel sharper and better. Even graphically there is some improvements.

One place it goes backwards however is in the multi-player department however as without Valkyrie-Net it is horribly unstable and neigh unplayable.

As much as For The Glory advances the regular Europa Universalis II game it does very little to advance the modded gameplay. If you have the choice between buying this or Europa Universalis II then I'd recommend getting this every time. If you already own Europa Universalis II however then there is absolutely no reason you need to own this.
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43 von 47 Personen (91%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26. Juni 2014
This is an updated version of Europa Universalis 2, and is unfortunately not in serious development any more. The most recent beta patch is from December 31st, 2013. While this is an update to the predecessor game to EU3/EU4, they are quite dissimilar. Paradox had a distinct vision when creating EU2 compared to EU3/EU4. A lot of time was spent on trying to model historic events in EU2(FTG) and this is enhanced with the included AGC-EEP mod. While EU3/EU4 are designed from the ground up to be mostly dynamic, FTG has a lot of reliability built into what will generally happen. Specific events that mirror history will pop up and a lot of times history will repeat itself. That is not to say that the game is not dynamic and that everything happens the same way, as the AI has some freedom of choice and the player is limited only by their own skill. However, if you play as Russia, be prepared to face the Time of Troubles, as a German a radical Reformation, as an indigenous American tribe a lot of technological disparity, etc. While the engine does not have anywhere near the polish of later EU games, it is fun and has a separate appeal of its own.
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