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Game description of Europa Universalis says:

"Ninety different nations are potentially player-controlled, while the powerful AI controls nonplayer nations."

How are there 90 different potentially player controlled nations?

I launched the game. SIngle player offers 12 (11?) scenarios:

- Age of Revolutions - I can pick one of 8 nations
- Fantasia - another 8 nations
- Great Northern War - 4 nations
- The Age of Enlightment - 8 nations
- The Age of Mercantilism - 8 nations
- The Grand Campaign - 8 nations
- Thirty Years War - 5 nations
- Three Little Mice - 6 nations
- Tutorial - 1 nation
- War of Independence - 2 nations
- War of Independence (duplicated?) - 2 nations
- War of Spanish Succession - 6 nations

That's a grand total of 66 nations. Not to mention that many scenarios feature same nations.

Am I missing something? How is this 90 nations?

OTOH there are more scenarios than promised:

"Choose from nine scenarios, including a Grand Campaign game that encompasses 300 years.", description says.

Not counting the tutorial and potentionally duplicated War of Independence we still have 10 scenarios.
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YetAnohter1: Game description of Europa Universalis says:

"Ninety different nations are potentially player-controlled, while the powerful AI controls nonplayer nations."

How are there 90 different potentially player controlled nations?

I launched the game. SIngle player offers 12 (11?) scenarios:

- Age of Revolutions - I can pick one of 8 nations
- Fantasia - another 8 nations
- Great Northern War - 4 nations
- The Age of Enlightment - 8 nations
- The Age of Mercantilism - 8 nations
- The Grand Campaign - 8 nations
- Thirty Years War - 5 nations
- Three Little Mice - 6 nations
- Tutorial - 1 nation
- War of Independence - 2 nations
- War of Independence (duplicated?) - 2 nations
- War of Spanish Succession - 6 nations

That's a grand total of 66 nations. Not to mention that many scenarios feature same nations.

Am I missing something? How is this 90 nations?

OTOH there are more scenarios than promised:

"Choose from nine scenarios, including a Grand Campaign game that encompasses 300 years.", description says.

Not counting the tutorial and potentionally duplicated War of Independence we still have 10 scenarios.
You can not only select those nations whose coat of arms is displayed by left-clicking, you can choose a different country by RIGHT-clicking the coat of arms and then choosing a different one from a list.