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Back to News Listing Another Empires in Arms After Action Report Now Available!

Posted: Thursday, November 22, 2007 by Sean Drummy

Type: News

Part two of our Empires in Arms AAR is now available - come see what everyone's been talking about
Matrix Games and Australian Design Group (www.a-d-g.com.au) are excited to announce that they have released the second addition to their after action report for the highly anticipated Napoleonic strategy title, Empires in Arms! This latest edition of a multi-part AAR includes details about the economic options at the player's disposal in addition to more naval combat. Like the first part of the AAR, part two comes complete with screenshots and some high resolution videos that show the gameplay unfolding in all its glory! Check out the AAR from this page.


David Heath, Director of Operations at Matrix Games, said "Things are heating up for Great Britain in this AAR. I'm really enjoying watching a skilled player utilize everything this great title has to offer. Between the excellent narrative and the informative videos, these AARs should be of interest to anyone who has taken up an interest in Empires in Arms."

Take command of one of the many factions in early 19th century Europe! Empires in Arms is a grand strategy turn-based race to prove which leader is the greatest in Europe. In their bid for mastery over the continent, players can finish what Napoleon could not or stop the military genius quicker than history did! Diplomacy and economics will be the sharp blade and ferocious cannon to aid military might as players charge across the continent any of the major powers in 18th century Europe!France, Great Britain, Prussia, Turkey, Russia, Spain and Austria all stand ready with their full resources and militaries for the player to take command and put to rest their enemies across the world’s most powerful continent. As the player conquers their weaker foes, they can use the money and resources from the fallen nations to further recruit new units and replenish their ranks.

Read part 2 of the AAR here.

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