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Game #1645
War   Real-time or real terrain

Rating: 7.45 (72 votes)

Austerlitz box cover

Austerlitz screenshot
The Napoleonic Battle of Three Emperors, Austerlitz was a logical successor to Datasoft's earlier Napoleonic wargames Waterloo and Borodino: 1812. Although the game sports some incremental improvements over earlier releases, they are not enough to disguise the fact that the graphics and play value were obsolete when released. Very disappointing, to say the least. Fans of Napoleonic warfare would do well to skip this underdog and play SSI's classic Battles of Napoleon instead. A good example of a game that was released far behind its time.

Reviewed by: Underdogs
Designer: Unknown
Developer: Datasoft
Publisher: Datasoft
Year: 1990
Software Copyright: Datasoft
Theme: Historical
None that we know of
System Requirements: DOS
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If you like this game, try: Battle of Austerlitz, The, Waterloo, Napoleon in Russia: Borodino 1812

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