Reviews and Problems with Star Wars: Empire at War - Forces of Corruption
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Star Wars: Empire at War
Game Over Online
22 February 2015
Excerpt: Star Wars: Empire at War feels like a game made by a committee of folks who had a hand in all the previous Star Wars titles. It has a ground-based RTS a lot like SW: Battlegrounds (and to some extent the less fortunate SW Force Commander). It utilizes reinforcement points like SW Battlefront.
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Pros: Simple design and presentation, Interesting take on tower defense
Cons: Camera angles and physics could use improvement
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PC Review - 'Star Wars Empire at War: Forces of Corruption'
12 March 2007
Summary: The Rebels have just destroyed the Death Star, and the galaxy is in turmoil. As an aspiring Underworld figure named Tyber Zann, spread corruption throughout the galaxy using new strategic gameplay elements to influence other factions, steal their funds, slow their production, spy on them and more,...
Excerpt: When LucasArts released Empire at War earlier this year, I kind of braced myself for the worst. LucasArts has not had a good history with real-time strategy games. The games they have made over the years were either too darn boring (Rebellion), had way too complex controls (Force Commander), or were...
Excerpt: Developed by Petroglyph (ex-Westwood crew), Star Wars: Empire At War is a real-time strategy game which takes place in the period between the prequel and original trilogy of films which actually makes this an interesting blend of content from both sections of the Star Wars backstory.
Excerpt: Generally speaking I am strictly a console gamer, however every now and then a PC game will ‘tickle my fancy’ and I will be compelled to check it out. More often then not, these games are Real Time Strategies.
Conclusion: The graphics are nothing much to speak of, but then this isn't really a game about graphics, this is funny strategy game, and for all of it's early broderbund feel, it is stable and it works. The sound is surprisingly good,with random music transmissions cutting in along with voices.