Gamespot - January 2002

La Grande Armee at Austerlitz is one of those wargames trying to break down the barrier between real-time bustle and turn-based sobriety. It’s got all the trappings of grognard-oriented, turn-based wargaming, but it puts them in a manageable real-time environment. The result is a sort of you-are-there approach to commanding an army in the 19th century. Call it Sim Field Marshal. Movement and orders are clearly displayed with colored arrows.The Battle of Austerlitz was one of Napoleon’s most notable victories. After seizing Vienna in the winter of 1805, he was chasing down Austria’s Emperor Francis I and the remnants of his army. Francis managed to link up with a force of allied Russians led

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