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Empire Earth II (PC)

Empire Earth II (PC)
alaScore 77

6 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the gameplay. The controls also gets good feedback, but many are critical about the story.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Empire Earth II (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 77/100 = Good quality.

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Empire Earth II

 

The Art of Supremacy is the first expansion pack for the largely well-received Empire Earth II game. For those of you who haven't played EE2 before, it is a game in the mould of Age of Empires or Rise of Nations; which lets you take control of numerous...

Great possibility of customisation ; Good addition of weather effects ; Three new campaigns adds more gameplay

Visuals aren’t amazing ; Not original enough ; Repetitive music ; Simply not enough new material for an expansion

If I was asked to give two words to describe this expansion pack, I certainly wouldn’t use Art or Supremacy. You’re better off sticking with the original Empire Earth II rather than spending your hard-earned cash on a money-spinning expansion.

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Empire Earth II on PC games

 

The game play may very well what saves Empire Earth 2 from being a mediocre title. The added “little things” give it a different feel than other games in an already highly populated genre.

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Empire Earth II

 

It's not the most accessible game in the world, but the strategic depth of Empire Earth II make it a winner.

Amazing strategic depth; tons of customization options; great war planner and diplomacy tools

Incredibly complex with a huge learning curve; poor citizen management; mediocre single-player campaigns

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Slow and Steady Wins the...Solar System...

 

Sins of a Solar Empire has quickly become the flagship title for Stardock and their Impulse delivery system. Impulse is much like Steam in that it allows consumers to purchase programs without going to a store or getting a physical medium. ...

Epic scale, great interface and controls, capital ships, low system requirements, slow pace

No story mode, repetitive sounds, to slow for some, no real variety between races

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