Summary: WTF? You have to activate this game? It only cost like £0.29 but was worth it just to laugh at how desperate the publishers are to prevent piracy - as if anyone would go out of their way to illegally download some crappy top down mobile game! It asks for your personal details and requires you to send an email or call a number and manually input a key. It's so amateur, and when increasing the resolution the HUD doesn't scale so the text is unreadable.
Summary: All around terrible experience. Terrabad Campaign, silly, overly complex game design make this a bore to play in MP. Kind of funny that the publisher/devs keep trying to bouey the score up with cheap, one line reviews. Do Not Buy.
Summary: Really enjoyable RTS. Not the best, not by far but still quite enjoyable. The characterization of the moon women is a bit..... pink and comes off a bit misogynist. But seeing past that you have a fun RTS albeit with fairly bad graphics these days.
Summary: Its always disappointing to see a game with such potential fall so flat. The controls are confusing and the game's learning curve is far too steep. The first few missions, which the game treats as a tutorial, are more of a constant struggle to figure out how to do what the game asks of you. Even the little things like deploying time bombs from you hero's inventory is a lengthy struggle. That being said, putting the campaign down gives for a bit of fun.
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. WARNING! This game provides with a content that cannot and will not appeal to the less intelligent people, or just those types that like to play casually ergo don't like complicated ui and the game play itself.
Summary: Earth 2160 is slow, tedious, frustrating, buggy and refuses to educate the player. On top of that, the voice-acting is corny, the story cliche and there are way too many options for such a quick-paced RTS game. The graphics are nice, though. For some reason, I can't get this game to run fluently under Windows 7, it tends to freeze for a few milliseconds when moving the screen. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone, not even RTS fans.
Summary: What I have to say about this game is that it is mediocre, and this -- after its fantastic predecessor, Earth 2150, is a serious let down for previous fans. What I laugh about is apparently the only people who bought this game did so through steam; I did not. I'm one of the true originals who was excited about a sequel for one of my favorite strategies of all time. Therefore: my rating has nothing to do with technicals. My reviews never do.
Summary: Easily worthy of your attention, and a worthy game to carry on a great franchise. Earth 2160 has most of what it's renowned predecessors brought to RTS gaming.....deep, involved gameplay, excellent 3D camera control, long involved missions, unique factions and excellent multiplayer. It adds a sleek new look with graphics that will stand the test of time, some colorful characters and a new race.