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Strategy games that allow me to conquer the world?

#11Cool_Dude667Posted 2/28/2014 12:30:38 AM
Age of Mythology
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#12samurai1900Posted 2/28/2014 12:41:33 AM
Command And Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath has that Global Conquest mode, good ****~
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#13EpicKingdom_Posted 2/28/2014 12:44:53 AM
Star Wars Empire at War? lol. Well... I always loved the space battle / global conquest mode.
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#14Majoras_pantsPosted 2/28/2014 1:54:17 AM
Crusader Kings 2. You probably COULD take over the world. Somehow. If you're really, really good and lucky.
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#15DmanTeePosted 2/28/2014 3:47:48 AM
Europa Universalis IV.

This is a pseudo realistic strategy game where you can play as any existing country from the 1400s-1800s and create your own histroy throughout the game. The gameplay is very intricate and loosely follows real world history through the period, meaning various historical powers (France, England, Spain, Portugal, etc) will be more powerful and have higher tendencies to dominate the map. It is technically possible to dominate the world with any country of your choice, but that is highly improbable to happen. Games usually end with you become a regional world power.

Although you won't be conquering the entire world, I find that it is extremely satisfying to choose a historically weak & insignificant nation and turning it into a dominating powerhouse by the end of the game. (eg, Playing a Native American nation, kicking out the European colonizers that inevitably come; and subsequently dominating all of North America. Or playing as a small asian country- slowly growing larger until you become strong enough to tackle China and eventually usurping the entire country into your own; thereby, becoming the sole powerhouse country in Asia)
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#16MaxCHEATER64Posted 2/28/2014 4:30:15 AM
Civilization IV is so much better than V it almost hurts to play V.
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#17Spidey555Posted 2/28/2014 5:24:11 AM
DmanTee posted...
Europa Universalis IV.

This is a pseudo realistic strategy game where you can play as any existing country from the 1400s-1800s and create your own histroy throughout the game. The gameplay is very intricate and loosely follows real world history through the period, meaning various historical powers (France, England, Spain, Portugal, etc) will be more powerful and have higher tendencies to dominate the map. It is technically possible to dominate the world with any country of your choice, but that is highly improbable to happen. Games usually end with you become a regional world power.

Although you won't be conquering the entire world, I find that it is extremely satisfying to choose a historically weak & insignificant nation and turning it into a dominating powerhouse by the end of the game. (eg, Playing a Native American nation, kicking out the European colonizers that inevitably come; and subsequently dominating all of North America. Or playing as a small asian country- slowly growing larger until you become strong enough to tackle China and eventually usurping the entire country into your own; thereby, becoming the sole powerhouse country in Asia)


This, it is on sale on Amazon for $10 as well.
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#18reincarnator07Posted 2/28/2014 5:28:23 AM
Check out the Total War series.
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