GameSpy - January 2002

Note = 82/100 / design = 80 / technical = 84 Ironically, Napoleon is most often remembered for the crucial battle that he lost. No fewer than a half a dozen computer games have been based on Waterloo over the years, yet his shinning moment at the battle of Austerlitz is seldom recounted. Almost as ironic is the fact that two new simulations will finally be showcasing this historic battle. Strategy First’s Austerlitz: Napoleon’s Greatest Victory will use the same modified engine of Sid Meier’s Gettysburg that was used for Waterloo: Napoleon’s Last Battle; but it is La Grand Armee at Austerlitz, the latest from the La Grande Armee Campaign series by indie developer Matrix Games that may well c

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