So i liked the first game.
Masters of the broken world suppose to be only the remake of genesis.
But i heard a lot of bad things about the imperium.
So i do not know which one to pick.
Thanks for the info,
It's a bit tricky choice, but I would tell that Eador: Masters of the Broken World is a reasonable choice (just buy it during some discount). Imperium on the other hand - I would suggest to avoid it.
MotBW has some bright points, like normal save game (thing missing in Eador: Genesis, which always annoyed me), multiplayer in all flavours (so not only hot-seat, like in Genesis) and "normal" animations of units (while I love Genesis, I must admit that with its lack of almost any animation and "moving tokens" it's a bit dry in terms of experience - after all, we're playing in video games, so expecting some kind of "treat" for video and audio is not prepasterous demand).
I personally didn't encounter "bugfest" in MotBW, like many reviews says. In fact, for the first time I've encountered game-breaking bug in Eador: Genesis, where the fact that one of the AI opponents used one of the available spells made the game broken and I couldn't continue anymore my session (it was skirmish on single shard).
It's true however, that MotBW can be a bit too demanding (or slow working) comparing to how it looks, but now, a couple of years after release it's not a problem even if you own 2-3 years PC. So if anything I've mentioned (save game, multiplayer, animations) is a plus for you, I would suggest to consider buying MotBW. If not - then stay with Genesis.
Currently a strong point of Genesis is mod New Horizons (in fact it's now working without base Eador: Genesis, I'm not sure how about legality of it (it contains base game files), but in terms of gameplay - it's a really wealthy and worth attention stuff). Plenty of new units, events etc. It's a gem and solid thing for any Eador fan.
I'm completely not recommending buying Imperium. It doesn't bring something really worth attention, it has cut off multiplayer completely and I didn't see that it improved anything comparing to its predecessors.