1419 - 1820
||(Win95/98/2000/Me/XP Only!) (Retail Box) (EUROPAU2PR)
Entertainment / Strategy First
- Mild violence
The Struggle Can Begin
Europa Universalis II is the sequel to one of the greatest
strategy games ever made. It invites you to a global struggle for supremacy
from the dark times of Joan of Arc to the flaming wars of Napoleon. More than
400 years of Gameplay!
Lead any of over 200 playable nations and guide domestic and
foreign policies. Engage in religious struggles, set up expeditions to claim
the New World and lead your country to prosperity and victory. Send your
privateers to roam the seven seas, muster mercenaries to bolster your defenses
and send missionaries to convert infidels to your State Religion. Interact with
true historical events and persons through the course of history.
Will Change the World and Create History!
Take control of any nation in the world - from Feudal
Japan, America, Russia, The Ch'ng Dynasty of Manchu to the traditional
countries such as Spain, France and England. In Europa Universalis you can lead
any of 200+ nations with historical leaders and national research!
400 years of historical gameplay! Play the medieval
campaigns of Joan of Arc to the massive wars of Napoleon. 600+ highly detailed
events for you to decide the fate of the world.
Huge map spans the globe with more than 1600 land and
sea provinces. Detailed and historically accurate art of buildings, armies, and
navies changing over time.
Optimized for Multiplayer - Europa Universalis II
enables players to easily meet over the net. Several scenarios are specifically
designed for multiplayer games.
More than 2 hours of quality recordings of period music
and new sound effects truly bring this massive era to life.
interface, tutorial and manual - a great gaming experience for Novice and
Hardcore gamer alike.
This realtime game can be set at pause at any time or
any given event to give players time for planning, creating a `semi real-time'
Multiplayer allows up to 8 players to battle for world
domination over LAN or Internet
Windows 95/98/Me/2000/XP: Pentium II 266 MHz (Pentium
II 450 MHz recommended), 64 MB RAM (128 MB RAM), 2 MB DirectX compatible video
card, DirectX 8.
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