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For The Glory

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Strategy
Publisher: Paradox Interactive
Developer: Philippe Paillarès
Release Date: November 2009

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by Rainier on Nov. 3, 2009 @ 6:30 a.m. PST

Take up the reigns of your country, guide domestic and foreign policy, navigate thousands of historical events, engage in various struggles and lead your country to prosperity – all in the name of glory!

For the Glory is a game in the Europa Universalis series, based on EU2 and the famous user modification AGCEEP.

Take up the reigns of your country, guide domestic and foreign policy, navigate thousands of historical events, engage in various struggles and lead your country to prosperity – all in the name of glory!

For the Glory offers full historical immersion, with a completely new in-depth experience with over 10000 historically accurate events.

Take charge of the mighty Habsburg Empire, the aggressive Swedish state, or the seafaring Portuguese. Build up your empire through trade, diplomacy, colonialism and war.

Interact with real historical events and persons to determine what path your nation will take. Nothing is written in stone, and while a wise leader may choose to follow the path of history, you may also take advantage of opportunities for change.


Key Features

  • You can play as over 180 countries, on a map covering the entire world, in the era spanning 1419-1819
  • Experience unparalleled historical immersion with over 10000 historical events.
  • Unparalleled mod-ability: unlimited timeframe and up to 1000 counties.
  • Improved and modernised interface.
  • Adapt your playing style to the personality of your nation’s various historical monarchs.

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