Summary: Game is good but unless you download the update for it from Lucasarts there are a kinds of errors that will frustrate you. One is that you can't obtain the B-Wing Fighter and MC30 Mon Calamari Frigate in Galaxy Conquest.
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: It's an ok game, but I got bored with it really fast. The strategy is a little too complex for simple game play, I feel like I'd have to play it for a few weeks to even get to a level where I could be good at the game.
Summary: It's nice to be able to play a new game on a relatively low-end computer. The graphics for SW:EaW are not too demanding. That said, when I uprgaded my PC, and the graphics were not impressive when turned to High. This is 2006...c'mon, let's see something a bit more impressive, please.
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: May the force be with you, Because your going to need it when it comes to playing Star Wars: Empire at War. It's not your standard real time strategy game, however it is doing it best to stand out as a pioneer. It's always to good to have a game that can pull you back it to the world of "Star Wars.
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 .