Before the Total War series brought the disappointing Napoleon game onto the stage, Pyro Studios brought Imperial Glory, which in my opinion is much better, but, like all other fair games, it has its share of flaws and bad design. The game is set in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic era, between 1789 and 1815, and allows the player to choose one of the great empires of the age–Great Britain, France, Austria, Russia or Prussia–on their quest of conquering Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. In terms of gameplay, Imperial Glory is similar to any of the Total War series, by having to command battalions of units, instead of a single individual unit like in most RTS games. Unlike Total War, the naval battles here are playable, which is a great choice of the developers. But, what the game lacks is morality, that would affect the combat effectiveness of your units. The graphics of the game are pretty nice and the sounds of battle really make you feel that you're participating in a real war. All in all, even though the game has some flaws, it still manages to be a great and fun experience and proves to be much better then Napoleon: Total War.
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