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.
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: When I first saw this on youtube, I was like, "ok? this is wierd...." when i read customer reviews i was like "uh oh" and when i tried a demo, i was like "WT* IS THIS" I mean, seriously, this game is WIERD! Wierd styles, especially wierd talking.
Summary: I was excited to get it at first because I enjoyed EE1 and EE2 but this is just a horrible game I played through it pretty fast and just didn't enjoy playing it as much as EE1 and EE2. No wonder this game flopped. If you really want to try it go for your money.
Summary: I am extremely disappointed with Empire Earth 3. Having played both EE 1 and 2, I had high expectations for EE3, especially considering how vastly better EE2 was than EE1. However, I have been let down for these two main reasons: 1. EE is now too simple.
Summary: I received the product in good time and good condition. Had no problems whatsoever. The game wasn't like Empire Earth 2, but like all other commercial RTS games. The way they changed the game wasn't for the better, but closer to the standardized money making version of other games.
Summary: My Rig is a Quad core 2 gig ram and a 8800 ultra card and for some reason the game still looks choppy, for starters the First Empire Earth Was great because of its size and its simple idea that you have a huge map you have armies and they fight until the last man is standing.
Summary: To our great disappointment EE3 is far from the original in-depth strategic game that we all love. It has been 'dumbed' down (I assume for better market appeal) and striped of much of it's grand complexities.