• Napoleons Kriege: March of the Eagles: Screenshot aus dem kommenden Strategietitel
  • Napoleons Kriege: March of the Eagles: Screenshot aus dem kommenden Strategietitel
  • Napoleons Kriege: March of the Eagles: Screenshot aus dem kommenden Strategietitel
  • Napoleons Kriege: March of the Eagles: Screenshot aus dem kommenden Strategietitel
  • Napoleons Kriege: March of the Eagles: Screenshot aus dem kommenden Strategietitel
  • Napoleons Kriege: March of the Eagles: Screenshot aus dem kommenden Strategietitel
  • Napoleons Kriege: March of the Eagles: Screenshot aus dem kommenden Strategietitel
  • Napoleons Kriege: March of the Eagles: Screenshot aus dem kommenden Strategietitel
  • Napoleons Kriege: March of the Eagles: Screenshot aus dem kommenden Strategietitel
  • Napoleons Kriege: March of the Eagles: Screenshot aus dem kommenden Strategietitel

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Verfasst: 28.12.14 18:01
Das Spiel kann für eine Militärsimulation einiges. Wer also gerne strategisch und taktisch denkt und gerne Schlachten mit 100.000 Männern schlägt sollte das Spiel kaufen.

Die vielen verschiedenen Taktiken und Anführer verleihen dem Spiel eine Strategische Tiefe, die viele andere Titel nicht ereichen.

Wer sich hier jedoch auf einen Aufbau/Diplomatie/Kampftitel im Stil von Crusader KIngs 2 oder Europa Universalis freut, wird entäuscht. Außer Kämpfen und Erobern bietet das Spiel wenig. Gerade im Diplomatiebereich hätte mehr vorhanden sein können.

Trotzallem: Für 5-10 Euro sollten Strategiefans zuschlagen. 20 Euro auf Steam finde ist ein bisschen zu viel. Voralem weil das Spiel nach 1 mal durchspielen nicht mehr so motieverend ist. Da es doch immer das gleiche ist.
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Verfasst: 13.10.15 17:45
Das Spiel selbst ist eher etwas für diejenigen, die sich bei Spielen wie EU4 oder CK2 immer von Dingen wie Diplomatie und Finanz/Handelsaufgaben verhindert vorkamen. Es ist ein EU4 zum kämpfen, das sollte jedem der diese Spiel kaufen möchte klar sein. Falls man sich eher durch Bündnisse oder eine überlegene Wirtschaftskraft ausbreiten möchte sollte man sich eher nach anderen Paradox-Titeln umsehen. Wer aber, wie ich, ein Fan von der napoleonischen Zeit ist und sich bei EU4 mehr Einheiten-Vielfalt gewünscht hat ist hier genau richtig. Ich habe mich auch nur langsam für das Spiel begeistern können aber habe am Ende doch gefallen daran gefunden. Aber man sollte trotzdem lieber auf einen Sale warten. 20 Euro ist doch recht viel für eine reine Kriegssimulation
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Verfasst: 23.04.14 20:00
Ein kleines Spiel für Paradox, aber ein großes Spiel für jemanden, der noch nie vorher ein Paradoxspiel gespielt hat! Ähnelt Europa Universalis, beschränkt sich aber auf den Krieg, ideal, um sich ein Bild von dieser Art Spiele zu machen und sich dann an etwas komplexeres zu wagen(so war es jedenfalls bei mir). Man kann zwar vergessen, mit einer kleinen Nation irgendetwas auszurichten, aber mal ehrlich, was macht mehr Spass, als mit Preußen halb Deutschland zu erobern und dann den Rhein zu überqueren, um den Herren Franzosen zu zeigen, was eine Pickelhaube ist?!
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Verfasst: 22.03.14 20:07
Es ist ähnlich wie Europa Universales IV, bietet aber nur die Europakarte ca. 20 Spieljahre, dreht sich aber nur um Krieg.
Wenn man in überzahl ist (mind. 5-6 Tausend) gewinnt man fasst immer. Man kann nur ein paar Länder wirklich spielen ohne Marionette oder mit höchstens 10.000 Männern(z.B. England,Frankreich,Preußen,Österreich,Russland...).
Naja das ist meine Meinung zu dem Spiel, entweder ihr teilt sie oder teilt sie nicht;).
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Verfasst: 26.06.16 18:25
Ein sehr schönes Spiel.Es ist ja auch von Paradox was soll man sonst davon erwarten .Zusammen Gemischt aus Geschichte,Militär,Diplomatie und Wirtschaft.Es erinnert auch an andere Paradox Spiele wie z.B Victoria oder Europa Universalis.Ein Spiel aus dem Hause Paradox.
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180 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17.03.14 21:00
Gutes Spiel für den Preis. Man muss sich einfach ein komplexeres Risiko vorstellen oder ein EU4 mit NUR Kampf. Für den Preis kann man nicht meckern:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRlBXQ94im8
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Verfasst: 05.03.20 01:37
I think we can all agree this is the best Paradox game out there, much better than that trash eu4 or ck2
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Verfasst: 31.12.19 17:22
Decent take on Napoleonic era by Paradox.
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449 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30.12.19 00:59
It had decent potential but paradox just abandioned it
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459 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 08.03.20 14:23
Its a great game that paradox made back than, a in depth combat battle system, and supply, I think thats its just underrated.
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Verfasst: 30.06.20 08:15
unironically the best paradox game
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Verfasst: 06.05.20 23:59
This game is a dumpster fire
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Verfasst: 30.06.20 09:32
i actualy want my money back it dosent even luanch
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Verfasst: 30.04.20 12:07
Despite the memes, its actually not as bad as you might think. Its on sale at time of writing, so give it a whirl, you very well may find something youll enjoy here

Superficial Stuff:

Music: I really like the music here. While it doesnt have many tracks, the few it does have are really great. They fit very well with the game, and the battle tracks are very, very good. Give the OST a listen on YouTube, if you like the style, you wont be disappointed, 8/10

grafix: On par with other games Paradox makes. Definitely not bad, but not great either. They serve the purpose they should be serving, and they do that job well. 6.5/10

Actually Important Stuff
Gameplay: VERY fast paced. If you like that sort of thing, this is the game for you. Unless youre playing as a smaller country, you will likely be at war for the majority of the game. Think HoI4, but World War II starts in August 1936. This game is no where near as in depth as EU4, but it wasnt designed to be, and doesnt try to be something it isnt. It is a war game, no two ways about it, 100% war focused. It can get confusing at times, there are a million different brigades you can make, but a lot are virtually identical to eachother, and so can get ignored. The ideas system that was in previous games is expanded and changed to something more like EU4's system, and its in a transitional period. I think EU4's idea system is better, but overall it does serve the purpose its supposed to serve, i.e. allowing nations to specialise in certain things, and giving nations extra flavour. The game is not for everyone, if you like fast paced, basically battle royale style games, then this game is great. If not, id suggest a different title. I enjoyed what ive played though. 7/10 for me, if HOI4 is your favourite game, then its probably around an 8, if your favourite is ck2, then probably a 3 or 4

Stability: Note I am playing on a shitty laptop from like 10 years ago, so you will likely have a better experience than me, but this is what i experienced. This game runs fine, a couple serious frame drops, but generally pretty smooth, and i get good speeds when at speed 5 (not something i can normally say, my EU4 speed 5 is probably your speed 3). I have had a few random crashes though, so be aware of that. If you care about your game, save fairly regularly. 6/10

Overall: Not nearly as bad as the iSorrow bandwagon would have you believe. There is definitely something to be enjoyed here. 7/10

TL;DR Good music, good enough graphics, fast paced, HOI4 x10 style gameplay, and i had a few random crashes. Give this game a try if its on sale.
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Verfasst: 03.05.20 21:09
Absurdly complicated but very rewarding.
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Verfasst: 16.12.13 22:50
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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Verfasst: 03.09.20 13:04
I actually really like this game. Even though it's a bit clunky and it was mostly designed with multiplayer in mind (as far as I know), it actually does a great job of simulating most Napoleonic combat on a grand strategy scale. You don't just make 3 units like in EU4, or have very basic versions of the 19th century units like in Victoria 2, in this, virtually all the different troops are specific to each country and each country has unique units. Some countries are a little hard to play certain ways, such as France as a naval power, or one of the smaller countries as a land power. I haven't played it to completion, but, I really like the fact that everything is simulated and some things are more realistic than I first realized. For example...Even though I had a massive fleet of huge ships as France in several battles, when it was relatively close, my admiral simply wasn't able to win against a better admiral. I really like that, even if it was frustrating, because it shows that this isn't just a doomstack competition. Sieging is pretty indepth as well...Instead of fighting your opponent, you can choose to hole up in a fortress and fight it out that way (But it still plays out as a battle!!!). Much, much better than the crazy way it happens in EU4, or the weird occupation thing in Victoria 2. The attrition is *very* rough, especially if you do a naval invasion, but, it is what it is, I suppose. Thankfully, the combat *is* dynamic and isn't just a ton of dice rolls, the generals you pick for each flank in your army will actively try to choose tactics to counter their opponents (you can even set them to fight a certain way), and sometimes even really lopsided battles can still result in massive casualties for the winner.
I *am* a Napoleon enthusiast, so, let's just say it's nice to see this era get more interest. I'm sorry Isorrow doesn't like it, I think it's a great game honestly.
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Verfasst: 14.09.20 17:34
Idk how to review this game, I woke up drunk and suddenly my playtime hour jumped from 2 hours to 5, I revisited the autosave and just saw prussia owning half of austria and the balkan parts of the ottoman empire.
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Verfasst: 25.10.20 01:20
it's like drugs but better
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Verfasst: 27.11.20 16:25
There is room for improvement. the game itself is breathtaking even tho i played for only 1h you could already see that it is immersive and well thought out game. AI makes minor mistakes but it happens to all games. Where this game truly shines is when player fully utilizes the really deep and well designed battle mechanics which no other paradox game could really provide even up to this day. I recommend it to anyone who really enjoys doing battles and utilizing complicated strategies to dominate the map of Europe.
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Verfasst: 04.01.21 19:36
????
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Verfasst: 12.02.21 03:09
Paradox has an amazing lineup of great strategy games. Best there is to be found. This game... is not one of them. I cant't believe they are willing to keep their name on this piece of junk. It has great potential but there are obvious major bugs and game design issues that make it feel like a beta rollout still waiting to be tweaked.
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Verfasst: 04.03.21 12:28
Despite having similar interface to the Europa Univeralis franchise, March of the Eagles is nowhere as deep as EU4 and is much more war-focused. If you want proper grand strategy stick with EU4. If you want the satisfaction of conquering the whole map in Napoleonic era (which March of the Eagles does allow you to do) you're better off with something like Total War Napoleon which has tactical battlefields rather than a fancy version of Risk. . .
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Verfasst: 04.01.21 17:40
the best game paradox ever made
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Verfasst: 11.03.21 00:46
March of the Eagles is very niche and goes all-in on the military side. There is no big economy to handle, taxation to manage or all kinds of interior policies other games offer. The military option are very in-depth though. You can appoint generals to different flanks and give them specific battle orders. There is also the supply system and castle system later games such as Europa Universalis IV has taken inspiration from. From what I have heard, many players also praise the multiplayer mode of this game, but I haven't tried it so far.

On the cons side it is probably one of my least favourite games featuring the napoleonic wars because all but the military side is so limited to non-existent. I recall Empire total war (starts before the napoleonic wars though), Napoleon total war, Cossacks 2 and Imperial Glory and I would rate all of them above March of the Eagles. I only recommend March of the Eagles if you want to see the complex Paradoxian military management in the napoleonic era. All others are probably better off with the other strategy titles mentioned above.
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Verfasst: 21.04.21 17:00
Feels like a demo of EU4 where you have nearly no political actions and no way of developing your country except through war and dont forget! you have around the time Arumba takes to explain his firsts steps of a new EU4 campaign until the game is already over. No real replayability but such a interesting time

i would recommend it to people who want to get into Paradox Games but are for the moment too overwhelmed by the depth of EU4 or VIC2.

I bought the game on sale and with a ratio of 1€ per hour i can say that it was worth it
Hoping for MoTE 2
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Verfasst: 15.04.21 02:29
great game for fans of the napoleonic era
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Verfasst: 31.07.21 05:01
Maybe it's something to do with the way everything is presented but something about this strategy game completely turned me off. Seemed boring and tedious to me.
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Verfasst: 03.07.21 22:24
Love the Game I wish that you could start in 1789 and wish that the Grande Armee Started with around 100,000 (I mean like stright up starting with Napoleon)
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Verfasst: 25.07.21 18:57
good game wish I had someone to play agaist
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Verfasst: 04.07.21 19:32
Great Game 10/10 loving it. Help me please. The paradox devs have trapped me and forced me to make good reviews. Hellppppppp
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Verfasst: 19.09.21 07:16
A smaller game by the creators of the Europa Universalis and Hearts of Iron series. Decent enough. Tricky to succeed however. Useful to those who are interested in the time period and such wargames.
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Verfasst: 04.03.14 19:47
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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Verfasst: 10.01.22 16:57
Literally the best paradox game of all time. Its very fun and enjoyable specially in multiplayer!
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Verfasst: 03.01.22 22:38
It's difficult to find a Napoleonic game that lies between eye candies like NTW, with great visuals but little deep and realism, and the insanely complex and chunky AGEOD titles. I think March of the Eagles partly succeeds in this. It's a pity they haven't developed further the tactical phase with more control on the battles for the player. Moreover there is no road system on the map, however this is partly compensated by the minute subdivision of the map in provinces. All in all I'd recommend it if you are interested in Napoleonic warfare - at least at the present discounted price.
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Verfasst: 17.02.22 13:39
Good but unfinished game.
Pluses:
+++
Minuses:
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Verfasst: 08.04.22 22:31
Why do I own this game?
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Verfasst: 27.03.22 19:34
I got a job and a girlfriend after buying this amazing game!!

10/10 recommended!!!
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Release:01.03.2013 Genre: Strategie Entwickler: Paradox Interactive Publisher: Paradox Interactive Engine:keine Infos Kopierschutz:keine Infos Franchise:keine Infos
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