Summary: I've played Pharaoh and Cleopatra previously and I LOVE those games. This is definitely a new take on the old layout and you can get a more detailed idea of the people's influence to one another.
Summary: I bought this game because it looked like Pharaoh with updated graphics. The graphics still aren't eye candy, but they are better. The gameplay is fun, but it is not a detailed as Pharaoh was and a little less engaging.
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: I just got this game so I haven't actually played it much. BUT I wanted to report that it was quite difficult to even get it to play on my P3 system (xp w/ 256ram) & I have read that others have the same problem.
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.
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: 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.