Summary: If I could give it negative stars I would. The graphics are not that great. You can't just jump in and start playing the game like you can with EE 2. The controls aren't quickly learned like the previous version. They made an attempt and failed. Save your money.
Summary: Of ALL the games i have ever played, this is the sequel i have been dissappointed by the most. I swear Mad Dog thought we were idiots, they must've thought "Our best selling Empire Earth franchise is too intelligent for our players, let's dumb it down and put it a **** of sarcastic audios for the characters." I am not even going to bother writing anymore on the subject. Let's just say i spent £5 on it and still thought it was a waste of money.
Summary: It was fun in the beginning, but it did not last very long. Sounds turned out to be quite annoying, some of the most annoying ones still stay in my head and haunt me. Boredom crept in quite fast and the replayability wasn't really there for me. It did look nice overall, technically it seemed to be made ok, but the gameplay lacked a great deal. It did not leave any significant impression in me, so I guess it's pretty average game.
Summary: The game is boring compared to it's counterparts like Rise of Nations. I would actually enjoy playing CIV2 - very oldschool, rather than this game. The maps are too small with the items on the map, being very large.
Summary: Empire Earth 3 falls short in many areas but the main problem is that this game has been simplified too much. Empire Earth 2 had 15 epochs and this game has 5. Rather than gradual changes through time that Empire Earth 2 had, Empire Earth 3 brings drastic changes as you progress and this leads to players trying to advance as quickly as possible rather than play strategically. The game’s AI is also pretty weak with poorly scripted unit path-finding.