STAR WARS™ Empire at War - Gold Pack
Empire at War
Forces of Corruption
Empire at War is a Real Time Strategy game on a galactic scale.
How you can play:
🔸 1 x Empire Campaign
🔹 1 x Rebel Campaign
🔸 1 x Zann Consortium Campaign [Forces of Corruption]
🔹 Galactic Conquest (sandbox on some or all of the ~70 systems)
🔸 Skirmish missions set on unique Ground or Space maps (many options)
What kind of RTS ?:
As there are many variants of RTS games, this is a brief overview:
🔸 Space looks 3D, (some units can pass over others) but expect 2D,
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In my opinion, I would recommend that you should buy this game if your considering to buy it. The game is pretty fun, considering that its graphics and everything are like pretty old but I like it. Also, If your considering to buy it and not sure, well make sure that you want to spend $20 and also to make sure that you like Star Wars or you just wanna play this because it looks fun (Which it is). Some things I suggest though when you buy the game.
- EAW (Empire At War)
Once bought the game “STAR WARS™ Empire at War - Gold Pack”, you will see either EAW (Empire At War) or FOC (Forces Of Corruption). Since you have bought the game just now, your experience might not be the best. Consider that you load into Empire At War, have some practice or do the campaign if you want, it was pretty good in my opinion. Skirmish Battles or Galactic Conquest in #Single-Player is pretty much your options to practice in EAW (Empire At War)
Star Trek: Starfleet Command Gold Edition
Between my times living inKansa,sw Florida and here in Arizona…I’ve logged a lot of time playing this game…it goes a long way trying to capture the game mechanics of the original game which it is based upon, Star Fleet Battles,they come reasonbably close with a few difference only a truist SFB player would notice.this game can ca be easy as a walk in the park or a true boat ride to Sto’vo’kohr without any adjustment to the difficulty level. The game serves the pvp’er vry well and there is also a thorough single player campaign, although it really only is an unending string of soprties versus mostly Orion Pirates in ships of commensurate size.
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Alright, so I’m NOT one of the people who couldn’t get this to work. It started out fun, but is riddled with an absolutely infuriating number of bugs and stupid oversights. For example, several missions have triggers based off retreating enemy forces. When you capture an enemy ship and it subsequently disengages, those triggers will still pop when they leave the map. This can easily lead to failed missions, something which is insanely frustrating.
Some of the more egregious examples of bugs/oversights…
Pathfinders: memories is a lovely puzzle platformer, the goal of the game is simple:
Guide the robot from point A to B, but the puzzle here is that you can only memorize the path and only see the grids to guide the robot. While it seems simple, it becomes easily a challenging game, I loved it.
Is something more to love in this game? Yes, there is! I love how cute the robots are, seeing them walking is so satisfying, plus a chilling soundtrack to listen while you’re playing, I can’t recommend this game enough.
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I have a good time playing this cute game where I can challenge my memory. You have to memorize the safe path then draw it when it is hidden. You can use pins and checkpoints to help you but you lose points for using them, so be careful if you aim the high scores. I like that they use scenarios from different people in History, even some unusual like the Mali!