Reviews and Problems with Star Wars: Empire at War - Forces of Corruption
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6 June 2015
Summary: Where to start? Weird Worlds is a game is all about strategy and going to planets to get upgrades for your ship. But within the whole aspect of going to planets, you will often go to planets where aliens are and you can either kill them or avoid contact from them.
Summary: Simple pero entretenido juego que recuerda a los videojuegos de los microordenadores de finales de los 80 y principios de los 90. Da más morriña y interés, pero para una generación es toda una experiencia de rememoración.
Summary: A cute game that is worth some exploration. The design is a bit lazy though, far too based on luck to really warrant any returns. It can't really hold a torch to the established rogue-like games given it's very limited events and equipment.
Summary: This game (and the follow-on expansion) were touted as the next generation in Star Wars Games. Well, there's alot left to be desired from a game. Initially, the game is fun because it's new but pretty soon, you realize that it's just the same thing over and over again..
Summary: This game is quite decent and is playable on most computers as it does not have high system requirements. The developers of this game have tried to create a goood stratergy game but in doing so they have ignored some of the important aspects a gamer looks for.
Summary: This game is fairly good. There is a galaxy wide risk style game which plays simliarly to Total War strategic map. Unlike Total war, it is played in real time. From this level you build fleets to invade other star systems.
Summary: I was expecting great things in this expansion pack. Unfortunately I was left disappointed. I found the new features a bit boring and added little to the game - I realise it's an expansion pack, but I did find that the new features weren't terribly engaging .
Summary: I've had hours fo fun with the original Empire at War and this was supposed to build on that experience. Opening up new resources and campaigns, having already completed the limited set with the original game. Everything's as you would expect from Lucas Arts...