Empire Earth 2, Gold Edition (PC CD-ROM)
- Unequalled scope – Command over 500 unique units and buildings in your 12,000 year-long conquest
- Unrivalled realism – Breathtaking battlefields come alive with changing seasons and crippling weather conditions
- Unprecedented control – Real-time Picture-in-Picture and innovative War Planning System
- Devise formidable assaults with Zulu Warriors, Russian Howitzers and ten other new combat units
- From the Pharaohs to Napoleon, relive mankind’s most legendary moments in three new globe-spanning campaigns
- Standard units will become powerful Heroes in victory.
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From the series that reinvented historical real-time strategy comes an evolution of epic proportions. Diplomacy. War. Invention. Expansion. Build, divide and conquer the world, making your mark on history once again.
Empire Earth II - The Art of Supremacy: The borders have been redrawn...
Your epic conquest continues with four new civilizations under your command: the French, the Russians, plus the Zulu and the Maasai of the all-new African region. Bold victories on the far-off battlefields, from wintry Russian plains to scorching African deserts, will establish your reputation as the world's greatest leader - past, present and future!
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However EE2 is something of a disappointment. The graphics can be good but actually a lot of the time the units, buildings and environment all rather blend into each other and the sounds are not that great either. The real problem is the gameplay though.
For me certain gameplay features work - the civilian manager for instance, the temporary crown bonuses, the alliances and trading - while others just don't.
I just didn't like the implementation of fixed territories, they were frequently too small and restrictive, the tech tree wasn't as intuitive as in EE1 (& other rts games) and tended to whizz by so quickly that in mid game you just have to click some techs and get back to ordering units around before you get attacked again. The special epoch related resources therefore seemed to be available only briefly leading to somewhat annoying constant civilian reassignment.
An amusing oddity are the 'giant' special units you get after some achievements. It didn't bother me as such but they did look (and sound) somewhat comical in the context of the game.
Its not a bad game and I'm glad many people did enjoy it a lot but for me it fell unexpectedly short of its predecessor. The price (£2.99 when i got it) is something i wouldn't complain about though!
Are there any other really great history spanning RTS games out there beyond AoE, EE and RoN I wonder?
This one doesn't have any multiplayer play which isn't stated in the description. There are versions of this game that have online play, I don't know if its the 'sold out' version on the game that stops this but they do have an amazing ability to kill games.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fantastic game! It sure has it flaws (which game doesn't?), but overall fun!Published 22 months ago by Kennet
Great game. Purchased for nostalgic feelings. Great game, you can play around with it for hours.Published 22 months ago by Joshua Matthews
Great game, can be a lil repetitive but my lil nephew seems to love it.. Sad there is no more multiplayerPublished on 29 Jan. 2014 by Duncan Sexton
Whilst the game is as good as ever
Gamespy have closed, meaning zero online, and that really is zero, there is no ip to ip connectivity whatsoever.