A game, you forgot to add, built on an engine that is some 8 years old already, a game that isn't going to be much more than an enhanced EU2? Yes, I did expect it to be cheaper than a much newer game that e.g. Rome is. And Rome costs right now 19.99 EUR.
I respect the amount of work that the source code team has put into FTG so far, I really admire it, and am - contrarily to many people who post on this subforum - very positive about the project. I anticipate it highly, and will buy it regardless of the price, unless it's really ridiculously high (20EUR isn't that yet, but anything above that would be). I would just like to state that the price is a bit too high for this kind of software, in my opinion.
Of course, unless FTG turns out to be something completely revolutionary, with not only enhanced, but completely remade game mechanics, and so on. If that happens, I shall happily reverse what I wrote here, and pay anything for For The Glory.
The thing is, as yet, nothing denotes that.
20 euro is already way too high for me to go back to eu2 engine.
atmosphere is paramount for me, and eu2 map, graphics and music has it. but, it doesnt justify scaling back on what amenities eu3 engine brings, especially after straightening the graphics a bit with TOTC or the maps of magna mundi, and putting up eu2 mp3 playlist through winamp in background.