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European Conqueror 3D (3DS eShop)

Game Profile

European Conqueror 3D is a new strategy game set during World War II.

In the game, you can order troops to conquer territories such as lands, cities, and oceans. Gather resources, grow in economic power, train troops, destroy your opponents, and capture their capital.

Include two modes: Conquest mode and Campaign mode.

Conquest mode: choose one of 12 countries that belong to either the Axis Powers or the Allies to dominate Europe. The other countries will be for, against or neutral towards your country.

Campaign mode: Main storyline focusing on 4 countries (Germany,Britain,France,Soviet Union). 16 battles in total.

Thrilling sound design that will immerse gamers into the action.

Game Review

Review

USA USA Version

Posted by Morgan Sleeper

Go ahead, mention the war

European Conqueror 3D is a title that might inspire a bit of déjà vu in observant eShop gamers, coming less than a year after the release of CIRCLE’s slightly more ambitious-sounding World Conqueror 3D. Like its predecessor, this is a turn-based...

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User Comments (1)

WinterWarm

#1

WinterWarm said:

Circle Entertainment is just making the same game over and over and not learning from their mistakes.

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