Excerpt: "After playing another version of Age Of Empires on PC, I was looking forward to playing this as soon as I bought it. Age Of Empires: The Age Of Kings is a game where you can control one of 5 civilisations, each one with an iconic war figure as their 'Hero' -these are the best warriors, these heroes include Genghis Khan and Richard the Lion heart. You can choose to lay either campaign, or Empire Map, Campaign is where you choose one civilisation and ...
Summary: They really shouldn't have placed this under the "Age of empires" umbrella, aside from the scarce low-quality sounds and a few of the graphics, it is nothing like age of empires. It still however manages to be one of the leading games in the DS library. A small flaw I found is with two-player. If you're playing with a friend using two cartridges on seperate DS systems, the game will eventually freeze halfway through. It almost seems like they never even tested the game!
Age of Empires: The Age of Kings. Great turn-based battle game
24 September 2009
Excerpt: "...and played the predecessor game Age of Empires which I thought was great, I was looking forward to playing this one. Although it seems to have the same game engine, I was slightly disappointed as the maps appear to be much smaller and restricted. The first 2 King / level scenarios were much much too easy and it is not until the final King that you need to start thinking and employing tactics. The game is still enjoyable for those fans of turn-based ...
Age Of Empires: The Age of Kings (DS): Age of Empires DS
4 July 2009
Summary: Age of empires age of kings DS has you take control of one of 5 armies in a square turn based strategy world, the armies in question are: the franks, the Britons, mongols, Saracens and Japanese, each of the armies have a hero or leader like unit, like Saladin for the Saracens and Joan of arc for the franks, these hero units have better stats than other units of the same type and can use special powers to boost your economy and units, other than the art of the buildings...