Reviews and Problems with Rise of Nations: Rise of Legends
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Played it because of RON
T Barnes, Amazon
4 March 2014
Summary: I loved RON, and with seeing the title, I assumed this was RON with individual heroes like Warcraft 3. Well, I got the heroes right, only they were fabricated stereotypical characters from imagined realms, who appear out of thin air and who almost all end up on the same team.
Summary: it is an awful game compared to the other ron games the only good thing about him was his graphics but all the other aspects of the game ar just some garbage it doesn't compare to the gameplay from ron throne and patriots it is a waste of time
Summary: If, like me, you loved Rise of Nations, and wanted the next great game from Big Huge Games, you will be very disappointed with Rise of Legends. Game strategy and elements are not well thought out. There is not an intruiging technology advancement timeline.
Summary: I was not impressed with the reviews and the game features when this game first came out, so I delayed buying until now, in order to pay less. I was expecting a Rise of Nations game but with fantasy factions. When I first played I was bemused and was barely able to figure it out.
Summary: OK...so the game is great, but when I purchased it, there wasn't anything on there to tell me that the Internet multi-player had been disabled. Even if I had to set up my own server and let others connect into it, I would be happy to do that...but it's just not possible with this version.
Summary: Gone are the nations from RON and the VAST number of different nationalities, each with different specializations. Gone is the CTW play that pits not only brute strength but also wits against the AI. ROL starts off on the right foot, with impressive graphics, and new races to discover.
Summary: I've been a long-time RTS player and can honestly say that I've been around the block a few times when it comes to the genre. When "Rise of Nations" came out, particularly when they added the "Thrones and Patriots" expansion, I thought I'd found one of the best all-around RTS games.
Summary: The intro to the game looks fantiastic, but once you've played half of one of the campaigns you realise that there is only one tactic and it starts getting really dull. Stick with Command and Conquer if you want a really addictive strategy game.