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Anno 2070 (PC DVD)
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Platform: PC | Edition: Standard
Requires an internet connection during installation and to access multiplayer features.
2070. Our world has changed. The seas' rising level has harmed the coastal cities and climate change has made large stretches of land inhospitable.
The latest in the award-winning strategy series, Anno 2070 offers a new world full of challenges, where you will need to master resources, diplomacy and trade in the most comprehensive economic management system seen yet in the Anno series.
Build your society of the future, colonize islands and create sprawling megacities with multitudes of buildings, vehicles and resources to manage. Engineer new production chains such as Robot Factories, Oil Refineries and Diamond Mines and trade with a variety of goods and commodities.
- A New Era: Staying true to the roots of the Anno series, the near-future setting will bring numerous new gameplay mechanics, architectural breakthroughs, and all new challenges. Additionally, players will be able to build massive cities, the scope of which has never been seen in prior Anno games.
- Become an architect of the future: Face the current world challenges to positively shape the world of tomorrow. Choose either an industrial and efficient course by joining the Tycoons or a more sustainable and environmentally-friendly direction by siding with the Ecos.
- An evolving, dynamic world: Your decisions will have a direct impact on the environment, the climate, the architectural look of the world, and the needs of populations. Make your choices wisely.
- Hidden depths and new resources: The depths of the sea are waiting to be explored, with new resources waiting to be discovered. Algae farms, tidal turbines and oil exploration are just a few of the exciting opportunities that discoveries will bring.
- Multiple Game modes: Single player campaign: a story-driven single player mode with a deep variety of challenges. Single player “continuous mode”: the renowned endless game mode where the objective is to build the biggest civilization possible without time constraints. Multiplayer and Online features: Anno 2070 will include innovative online modes offering players brand new possibilities to get in touch with gamers all around the world.
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DRM; When Playing the game in Offline mode you are unable to use the 'power-ups' (as I like to call them) in Your Ark. This, in a continuous game, could ruin the mission.
Ubisoft store; I am a Steam player and would have liked integration with that but it appears, as of yet, I can't do this. I hate that with certain games you have to use origin, games for Windows live, Ubisoft version, etc because they are all separate and annoying programs.
I know this game has been out a fair while now but thought i would give my review across anyway. Let me clarify a couple of points, i installed from a disc so i didnt get any problems with installing/autopatcher/downloading so i guess the the guys suffering with DRM issues too bad!
I for one am not a Anno Series Veteran, this is the first game in the Anno Series i have played! Whilst scouring the Gamefly site i saw it advertised on sale along with the Expansion.
The game itself is beautiful, well designed, the landscape, detail and thought gone into the game is excellent. I am currently playing as the Global Trust, i have finished the Campaign and now playing a game mode called Continous Mode or something along them lines. This mode allows you to create the city you want without a certain win condition or time lapse. You can set that if you want, but if you just want to knuckle down and create a big city then heres your chance.
This game will take a lot of your free time up "Should you have any". You basically start the game settling on a island of your choice or having already settled on a island when you start the game up.
From there you create a city hall and start building your city the way you want. Your people require needs in order for them to ascend to the next era. These needs are: Food, Drink, Acitivty, Community, Lifestyle, Information and Participation.
As i havent really played the other faction in the game the "Eden Initative" ill explain now whats needed as you advance.
You'll start off building Tycoon workers, who for now will be your main source of income via the tax they generate.
Tycoon Workers - require a sustained amount of Food (Fish) and Drink (Liqour) in order to be satsified. Aswell as Community (City Hall) and Acivity (Casino)in the Area of Influence which you will see what area radius it has when you decide where to place it.
Tycoon Employess - require all of the above plus the following: Convenience Food (Food), Plastics (Lifestyle) and Minstry of Truth (Information) in order to be satsified fully. When advancing your citizen's you'll generate more tax incoming dependent on what you set your tax rate as however you must also still manage the population and satisfy what they are after.
Tycoon Engineers - require all of the above plus the following: Luxury Meals (Food), Champagne (Drink) and Finanical Center (Participation). So here we have exactly the same except two more production chains needed to be implemented in to satisfy the engineers. You may have to build off shore and start using your merchant ships to gather the goods from one island and bring them to another. You can also set up trade through your warehouse should you require certain goods to which the NPC's will deliver them to you for a fee.
Tycoon Executives - require all of the above plus the following: Jewelry and Pharmaceuticals (Lifestyle). This is when it starts to go crazy and your trying to manage everything and making sure all production chains are working.
You have to be on the ball, think about what your doing and take the slow and steady apporach to the game. Don't rush it wont help you in the long run.
Hope this gives you a insight into the game, you wont be dissapointed and its a great felling constructing a huge city knowning that you have done it, controlling the incoming and outgoing, the trade routes, the people and what it stands for.
I will also mention and state here that if you do buy the game and need a run down of a beginners guide of how to play the game or what is it about go to youtube and type in Anno 2070: Beginner's Guide or type in Nanosuitninja. This guy's video taught me how to play and i still refer to his video's should i get stuck or wonder how i could of corrected some aspects of my city.
Good luck and happy building.
There are two slight 'inconveniences' as far as DRM goes.
Having to activate online (seriously not many gamers out there not using an internet connection these days!) and the slight annoyance at having to run Uplay whilst running the game (which is bad if you also have to put up with Steam, Origin etc - seems a lot of clutter).
These do nothing to detract from the game, but as they can be frustrating for some I have dropped a star for that.
The game itself is great, exactly as I expected with several nice twists.
If you have played any Anno game in the past, you'll feel right at home in this one. If you're a new player then you'll probably have a bit of a learning curve ahead, but one that's well worth getting over.
Also this is one for multiplayer fans, giving you both cooperative style play and versus (both in one if you fancy)
All in all, I'd recommend this game - and to complain about DRM in this day and age is like complaining about the weather. Nothing more than a fashionable complaint.
When first installing the game there are some mammoth downloads to go through so bring a book to read. Have to register through a Uplay setup rather like Fable 3 having to register through windows Live. Nuisance but I suppose that's what we have to put up with if piracy is to be curtailed.
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