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Rise of Nations: Rise of Legends Member Review for the PC

commandoslayer By:
commandoslayer
04/13/07
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Strategy 
PLAYERS 1- 8 
PUBLISHER Microsoft 
DEVELOPER Big Huge Games 
RELEASE DATE Out Now
T Contains Blood and Gore, Violence

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The strategic map is an overview of the current region that the campaign being played covers. It is divided into a number of smaller sections, each of which representing a scenario to be played. Each of these sections are colour-coded as well, representing which race (in the Alin campaign), or the army (in the Vinci and Cuotl campaigns) controls it. As well, the strategic map contains a representation of the player's army (represented by an avatar of Giacomo), as well as any enemy armies that are on the map, represented by an avatar of their main

Hero unit. City districts and buildings. Unlike most RTS-type games, in which a player starts with a city center and expands from there, Rise of Legends gives the player a city center, but adds a second, distinct building class: Districts. There are three districts in the game; they vary between the three races, but mostly serve the same purpose of increasing the size of the city, as well as offering benefits that will be elaborated upon later.

Theres a cool video of this game go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0PfpFgadauI its cool.

 


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