Reviews and Problems with American Conquest: Divided Nation
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Like history, but too old to learn new tricks
Boy from Brooklyn, Amazon
20 July 2014
Summary: Like history, but too old to learn new tricks, never even played it. But as a veteran of boardgames as a youngster, these historical games can give you a greater understanding of history rather than just by reading as it gives experience as one one have acting in role as in a play rather than by...
Summary: It's certainly a novelty game. It doesn't provide enough easy instruction however, and the user interface of the game is very complex. It takes a while to figure out how to even create new units.
Summary: Since Sid Meiers has not released any Civil War games lately, I had high hopes of a very enjoyable real time Civil War real time strategy game when I purchased AC:DN. To be honest, the game is a mixed bag and here are my comments: Good: 1.
Summary: I am a big fan of Cossacks and the original American Conquest, so I was really looking forward to this expansion. The problem with the game is that it is nothing but battles. There are no buildings to be built, other than a few battlefield tents.
Summary: This game is actually pretty cool. I've never seen an RTS that did full scale battles before. There isn't much of a population limit at all in this game. So you can have 5000+ infantry trading lead in a field, with artillery in the background.
Summary: The concept for this game is a great one. Never before have I seen so many units on my screen in all my years. That fact alone makes this game at least a 3 star game. Pro's: -Amazing amounts of forces to play with -Good Soundtrack Con's: -Map is way too big for my liking, and it causes the games to...
Summary: Si te gusta la historia tal vez te guste este juego, porque es sobre la la historia americana, se puede ubicar en siglo XIX, en pleno auge de una crisis bélica la nación está completamente dividida, Tropas divididas y distribuidas a lo largo y ancho del continente pretenden aniquilar completamente y...