- Nov 1, 2002
Is there a specific install order for installing Rome original and then vae victus and patches?
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I don't see anything like that. AI seems quite good. The only thing I've noticed is that after a country is devastated by a war (losing all armies and agreeing to pay tribute), they don't rebuild armies to fight off rebels and barbarians that may be capturing their lands. Though if someone declares war on them, they'll start building.Oh, I just love Paradox games, but can anybody tell me, does artificial intelligence using all of the game's opportunities after installing 1.3? Are there any gameplay's aspects that AI ignores? I already wrote but no one responded, maybe I must be more specific...well, it's like when the AI did not used loans in EU1. Thanks in advance for any answers.
We are at 2.3beta now. Without the expansion I would not play EU:R. VV improves the game a lot. And the latest stable release patch (VV_2.2) polished the game as well.Hi
And I think that sucks. It stills need a lot of patching. Must be the most negligent work they have released.
It also hasty in the details. It's a pity....
And what about these quotes...please It's hard enough to follow the discussions here...