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Common Sense Media says

Strategy game with some profanity, violence, & open chat.

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Parent of a 7, 10, and 12 year old Written byJenwen September 20, 2010
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9
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Napoleon Total War is my favorite game in the Total War series, but it's very complicated and if you are a veteran of Rome or Medival total war like me, it's hard to get used to. On the plus side, it's very educational with good graphics. Aside from the turn based campaign game, players can play historical battles or create their own battles and save the replays.Overall, a fun and informative game.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Educational value
Adult Written byBasileus Heraclius June 26, 2010
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15
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The Napoleonic Period: 1799-1815 CE

This particular game is quite educational as you can either expand French hegemony and the principles, ideals and excesses of the Revolution or attempt to defeat the usurper Napoleon. Game players are able to reinstate the Bourbon monarchs with a return to the Old Order or Pre-Revolutionary Europe which was a period of autocracies and monarchical authority or attempt to remove the status quo and disrupt the balance of powers within the concert of Europe. As Emperor Napoleon I, will you attempt to create a confederation of European states underneath French hegemony and rule as the sole sovereign over Europe or as a member of the Allied Coalition will you attempt to subdue the usurper and despot?
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Educational value
Kid, 10 years old April 9, 2013
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10
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Awesome

If your child likes war they will love it