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Imperial Glory

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Strategy
Publisher: Eidos
Developer: Pyro Studios

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'Imperial Glory' Marches into Stores

by Judy on May 17, 2005 @ 5:19 a.m. PDT

Imperial Glory promises to be the most extensive strategy game ever, offering an in-depth management model along with graphically stunning real-time land and naval battles in full 3D. Choose which of the five great 19th century Empires to lead: Great Britain, France, Russia, Prussia or Austro-Hungary, each with their own unique attributes. Command your troops in large-scale battles across the globe, from the green fields of England to the icy wastes of Russia and sweeping deserts of Morocco. However, ultimate glory will depend on your utilising politics, trade, diplomacy, resource management and technology research. This is an age of change - be at the leading edge of the modern world or your civilization will crumble and fall.

Using your array of strategic talents, your diplomatic relations, and military mind, you have the power to become the strongest economic, political, and militaristic empire in the word! Command your troops in epic real-time land and naval battles! Use the management map system to deploy resources and negotiate with other countries. And even enjoy optional Quests if you are feeling adventurous!

The job of a leader is not easy. It will take a lot of brilliant planning and strategic strikes on many fronts. It's time to show the world the strength of your empire. And with up to 4 players online, this will be one incredible battle for global control. Imperial Glory for Windows PC ships to store today, May 17th, 2005.

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