Reviews and Problems with Immortal Cities: Children of the Nile
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29 July 2013
Summary: Nice game but doesn't deserve 10, i dont know if the people giving 10 are payed to give these kind of reviews but whatever, the game is nice and remind me of old pharaoh, but is nothing revolutionary, same old stuff and the graphics are very bad compared to grand age rome for exemple
Summary: It's okay. Immortal Cities: Children of the Nile claims to be the first rotatable 3D RTS simulation game in history, so I respect that. The game was promoted as something unique to others in that it doesn't focus so much on violent depictions of warfare but instead, the daily activities of...
Summary: Children of The Nile This game has been a rush job, this is self evident by the patches to download from the Sega website. The gameplay has a rough feel to it and realy needs refining to turn it from a good game to a great game. The unhelpful help files are a waste of disk space.
Summary: This is not really a review but a warning. Some XP games play on Windows 7 but this does not. Even on quite a powerful Windows 7 computer the game crashes after 15 minutes. If you have XP it's probably a good game to play. I ended up giving it away as it wouldn't play.
Summary: This is actually a good game. Really nice detail, well set up and plays nicely. Unfortunately I can't get even complete the simplest of the Level's. Managed to do the Tutorial, but only just! I guess I'm just not cut out to be a Pharaoh. Oh Well.