Summary: The game was shipped to me in 4 days and even though i bought it used, it looked brand new and untouched. The game offers tons of different units and you can create your own custom civilization with its own advantages. Playing one computer player on hard takes hours to defeat if you like real challenges. Definently worth 20 dollars.
Derek "Surround Yourself With People Worth Be..., Amazon
9 December 2011
Summary: This is an awesome game for anyone who wants a simple Take over the world game! Though the Sierra Servers have been down for a few years now,(so don't expect an updates) There are a few Third party game servers which you can use for multi-player but other than that and LAN games its all you Vs the Computer! This game is also needed for the few expansions offered. Still one of my favorite games Ever!
Summary: Empire Earth is a great game! It is one of the best games that I have ever played to be quite honest with you. The graphics are the best for the year it was produced in and the game play is very easy to follow unlike Empire Earth 2. Empire Earth 2 is much more difficult to learn. I strongly recommend that you have at least an NVidea Geforce 2 graphics card or equivalent. You will thoroughly enjoy this game, I assure you of it!
Summary: Even though it's not really fair, I tend to compare Empire Earth to Age of Empires II in my mind because they're so similar. Also since I'm a huge fan of Age of Empires II. Empire Earth is a really nice game. The grapics are nice, it's nice to be able to select more than 40 units at once, it's great to be able to play from prehistoric times to the future and I like how modern prophets are basically bums wearing doomsday cardboard signs. It's really fun.
Summary: In "Empire Earth Gold Edition", you are given control of one of a number of real terran civilizations, each with its own pluses and minuses. This game includes both the original "Empire Earth", and the expansion: "Empire Earth: Art of Conquest", as well as a 250+ page strategy guide. Empire Earth's tutorials are very good, and help new users find out how to build and maintain their people from simple, almost prehistoric men to beyond the modern age.
Summary: First of all, this is a fun game! Playing against the computer is actually challenging if you set difficulty to "hard". If you typically play RTS games against the computer rather than against other people, this is the game for you. If you want to move up from "Command & Conquer", this is for you. And, if you want a great deal, you can't miss at this price. I deducted one star due to the combined effect of the following: 1.
Summary: ... Empire Earth A review by Topbob Ah, we all know the Age of Empire tittles! And once Age Of Empires II came out, it sold so many copies, you couldn't find it at your local [store]. Now, there is a new tittle from the producer of Age Of Empires, and they game it the name, Empire Earth. Why such a bold sounding name? Because you aren't back in the Middle Ages any more. No, you not in the future. You're in both and all ages.