Conclusion: All in all I thoroughly enjoyed my time with Age of Empires: Online , but I think more can be done to make it a truly compelling online experience, and the marketing men at Microsoft are kidding themselves with those premium prices.
Conclusion: That makes the game endless The only negative thing in my opinion is the price of the game since each faction will cost about $20 , a DLC $10 and any cosmetic bundle around $5 . As about achievements every faction will have its own and this will cost to the player player a fortune to get them plus...
Age of Empires Online effectively infuses its conventional real-time strategy gameplay with massively multiplayer online-style loot and leveling mechanics.
2 September 2011
Summary: When you visit the official Age of Empires Online website, a big, shiny red button invites you to play the game for free. If you take this button up on its generous offer, you'll find that once you sign up for Games for Windows Live, you can enjoy most of what Age of Empires Online has to offer...
Pros: Can be enjoyed for hours without spending any money, Almost every quest supports cooperative play, MMO-style rewards keep you hooked, Uniformly great presentation
Cons: PVP matchmaking rarely finds appropriate opponents, Enemy AI isn't very bright, Quests are overly repetitive, Need to spend at least $20 to feel like you're playing a complete game, No Skirmish mode at launch
Excerpt: Armed with a free-to-play framework, garish visuals, and hefty helping of MMO trappings, Age of Empires Online is clearly designed for conquering a much wider playerbase than did its predecessors.