There are two games Napoleon: Total War. First — single-player — trimmed Empire: Total Warfor glamorous lazy without feelings, brains and conscience. The second is multiplayer: fairy tale in reality, the embodiment of all the most secret dreams of fans of the Total War series, ecstasy, delight, pure happiness. We begin, as usual, with the bad.
Seven years of solitude
The player is alone offered on the choice of three campaigns, Napoleon’s Italian, Egyptian and European. But it’s not the campaign in the usual Total War sense of the word — you are not allowed to build Empire, stood up some tiny Holland and turning it into a merciless the world’s policeman...Read More