Yeah. The game engine and it's games are to my liking. Hearts of Iron rubs my bone more.
Oh and a game with that engine you night not want to play when drinking alcohol. Small changes now makes big ones after a while. So save often when playing that and drinking alcohol. :)
Yep you learn that lesson pretty fast, and after that, all decisions come with lots of chin rubbing and a savegame.
I've read a bit about Hearts of Iron, isn't it much bigger in terms of what you have to manage?
Does seem very interesting though, WW2 grand-strategy. What sort of state management do you do? Like in EU you have different types of monarchy and change to protestantism, is it mostly just war policy in Hearts of Iron?
And to stay on topic in this crazy thread, I finished off a bottle of the Balvenie last week, that was a very nice single-malt, but not very smokey.