Freedom in capitalist society always remains about the same as it was in the ancient Greek republics: freedom for the slave-owners
I still think that this is Paradox's project for... WORLD DOMINATION
Maybe American invasion of Iraq (the game) = Project Glory
From the things proposed here the only one that takes my attention is a game spawning different ages, Civilization style.
Punishing the oppressors is mercy, forgiving them is barbarism. Maximilien Robespierre
All the glory of the world fits in a grain of rice. José Martí
Cover-based, regenerating health third-person shooter, coming exclusively to the Xbox 360. I bet they've already got some people working on the map packs.
Grand strategy game of an era not yet covered by the other games GO!
Blood And Fire NOT Fire And Blood! - A Game of Thrones AAR where Valyrians may not have such an easy time conquering Westeros! (Abandoned due to lack of interest)
The Lone Wolf - AGoT AAR (Finished!)
I'm hoping for a cold war game even though I'm 99% sure it's isn't a cold war game.
It will be a game based on Imperialism! (i hope, god how i love that game)
I'm really hoping for an ancient game, focusing on Egypt (my favorite historical period), Sumer, Babylon, Hatti, etc. Covering China and India as well would be cool but difficult, so the map would presumably go from Italy to the Indus with the middle east in the center, and from the Crimea to Ethiopia. However knowing Paradox and its typical west-centrism, an ancient game will be set later on, focusing on Greece vs. Persia, and central Asia and Nubia will be traded out in favor of the oh-so-interesting tribes of northern and western Europe.
American Civil War, war for independence and all that maybe..
I'd love to see a modern-day strategy game as mentioned around. From end of WW2 up to past today? 1945-2045 :P
I hope to God it's not a Cold War game. The big appeal of Paradox games is painting the world in your country's colour. The problem with a CW game is that everyone dies and it's game over if the two power blocs go to war. Funding proxies to fight the other guy's proxies for you in a miserable third-world country isn't the same.