Summary: I always loved rise of nations had the game for a long time till I lost the first disk. I wanted to get a new one, so I did and here we are. The nice part of this disk is that it comes as a one disk game and after you download it you don't need the disk, the version I did have you had to have the...
Summary: Now don't get me wrong this game is fun, for awhile, The problem I ran into is I started to lose interest after the halfway point the game becomes sort of dull and repetitive and a obvious pattern begins to emerge. Hold out long enough to mob your enemy with basic troops.
Summary: I have always loved Rise Of Nations, however, the Rise Of Legends was different than what I expected. With Rise Of Nations you get to choose what nation you want to be a part of but, you don't get to do that with the Rise Of Legends.
Fun game, but not quite as polished as "Rise of Nations"
Mark A. Henderson "Siumaka", Amazon
18 March 2013
Summary: This sequel is a fun and imaginative next step after the huge success of "Rise of Nations". But it doesn't perform as well on my computer, the same computer that runs other video games including Rise of Nations and Patriots.
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in the world", Amazon
8 May 2012
Summary: In Rise of Legends, you play through strategy fights in a world full of robots, magic and guns. It's an odd mix of Renaissance Europe with mech warriors. There are three campaigns you can play through. First comes the Vinci.
Summary: I love rise of nations, it has sucked up many hours of my college career. this game is the warhammer 40k of rise of nations and it works great. The biggest problem is that it DOES NOT WORK FOR WINDOWS 7/ VISTA! if you have xp, get it, if you don't avoid!
Summary: I am a huge fan of Rise of Nations. It took the exciting real-time strategy formula of the Age of Empires games and perfected it. I was hoping that Rise of Legends would be a worthy successor, and on a few levels it is.