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  • Summary: More Screens ┬╗Crown of Glory: Europe in the Age of Napoleon, the player controls one of the crowned potentates of Europe in the Napoleonic Era, wielding authority over his nation's military strategy, economic development, diplomatic relations, and social organization. It is a very thorough simulation of the entire Napoleonic Era - spanning from 1799 to 1820, from the dockyards in Lisbon to the frozen wastes of Holy Mother Russia. [Matrix Games] Expand
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    The different playable nations and the vagaries of diplomacy ensure that there's plenty enough reason for fans to come back again and again.
  2. Crown of Glory is a gem in the modern landscape of first-person shooters and 3D normal-mapped, vertex-shaded graphics. It may not be the prettiest of titles, but it is certainly a deep strategy game that combines both the empire building and turn-based combat styles into a brilliant title based in the era of Napoleon.
  3. If directing your armies around Napoleonic Europe with somewhat abstract Quick Combat resolution gets you excited, you can pretty much overlook all the other problems. [Oct 2005, p.70]
  4. The game tries to cover every aspect of the campaigns - economic development, technological research, diplomatic overtures, military operations, even technical battles - but none of it is particularly gripping. [Oct 2005, p.80]
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