When I pay for something I want it all (online or offline).
T. Carey, Amazon
31 December 2013
Summary: Pros: The graphics are better than the effort required to get started playing. Cons: You're not getting the whole game!!! You don't get what you paid for unless you play with internet connection. Online login makes for occasional frustration and many hurdles to jump through to play the game.
Summary: Well, I read some ratings before i purchased this game. I watched video on youtube, and figured I could figure out how to play. Well, I could not. And as the other reviews state...there are no instructions inclueded.
Summary: I finally broke down and bought this game. I have played all of the other titles in the Anno series so I was reasonably confident I would like this installment. I did, but... First off: no CD-KEY printed on the manual cover (a .pdf file to boot).
Summary: The Anno series games are deep and satisfying if you enjoy open world city/economic/civilization simulators. Anno 2070 is no exception. I would give this game a 9 if I were able to play it with any consistency.
Summary: Well, this is in awesome city-builder for fans of games that require you to juggle tons of resources, like Caesar III and the like. Unfortunately, the game is unusable without internet and is very limited in the number of activations you get.
Summary: Graphics are beautiful, but the interface is not at all intuitive or convenient. Coupled with the soft-focus light filters, this literally equals a headache. At some point, the number of things you have to pay attention to and incrementally adjust becomes so overwhelming that the game becomes a...