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Earth 2140 (PC)

Earth 2140 (PC)
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5 reviews

Nov, 2015

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 5 reviews of Earth 2140 (PC). The average rating for this product is 2.5/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PC Games for all reviews. Reviewers really like the story, whereas there are some negative comments about the controls and action.


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On average, users rate this product 55/100 and experts rate this product 30/100.

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Earth 2140


Not so original C&C camp follower

The main question is, is this good or original enough to merit attention. We found it to be good, though not as original as some of the other homages, like Age of Empires or Total Annihilation. It's tough, it's tricky and it looks super. Is that enough?

Aug, 2001

Consumer review by: chiliqueen (

George and Nico are back in style!


The first instalment in the Broken Sword series (1996's Shadow of the Templars, US title Circle Of Blood) introduced us to American-in-Paris tourist George Stobbart, the glamorous Parisian photographer Nicole "Nico" Collard, the lecherous museum...

Strong characters, witty dialogue, new locations to explore

Awkward controls, annoying surplus of filler "move the crate" puzzles

Mar, 2007

Consumer review by: NetDanzr (

Adventure game purists, beware!


After breaking up with Nico, John has become a patent lawyer. When he flies to meet one of his clients, he crash-lands during a freak storm and finds the scientist he was supposed to meet killed. Nico, meanwhile, is still working as a journalist in ...

Awesome production, very rich story

Action sequences and terrible interface

Feb, 2004