Will there be more possibled countries to be formed?
A pan-turkic country would be rather cool...
Name it Turan and there you go as this movement really existed (but not in that time span) and still exists.
It's like all Iranians live in Iran
All Turks (Turkic tribes) live in Turan
That would be really awesome but I think it wont make it into the game
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I know the answer to this is probably clearly posted somewhere , but whats the timeframe for MM the game?
he said the game will last about 300 years, it's probably EU3s timeframe. 1450 (Fall of Byz) to 1799 (French Revolution).
How will the technology system differ?
In particular, if I play as the Incas will I ever get to see Europe with good relations and few tech penalties?
Do the flags of the countries change over time? I mean, Spain have different flags in the XV century, the XVI century and the XVII century. Or change with the political system? You know, you no longer need a "Revolutionary France" tag just to show the tricolour flag.
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Will the eventual physical copies of the game be produced in Sweden or in Portugal? (assuming that there will be physical copies of the game)
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What did you think about Sid Meier's keynote address at the GDC 2010?
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I found it entirely amusing. Especially when he says his games are based on historical topics. That he should "make the game realistic, true - but all that is wrong!"
Although I thought the psychological part was on the whole exactly on the mark (so.. almost exact? LOL, I know what I am trying to say my fingers are failing me), especially the part about how players view the RNG. That one REALLY hit the mark. As in, Robin Hood-level accuracy.