Age of Empires I & II (2) Gold Collector's Edition (PC) Reviews
Newest Review: ... installation, as some of my online playing partners don't have the expansion. The later games - AoE III and Age of Mythology ... more
Customer Age of Empires I & II (2) Gold Collector's Edition (PC) Reviews (3)
by - written on 21/07/09 (Very useful, 6 readings)
I've been playing Age of Empires for many years now, and I think I'll be playing it for many more. I bought the Gold edition because it represented the best value at the time - and considering how cheaply it can be picked up now, I think it still does. While AoE II with the Conquerors expansion installed is my particular favourite, I do also play just AoEII minus the expansion installation, as some of my online playing partners don't have the expansion. The later games - AoE III and Age of Mythology - are not even close to being as engaging as AoE I & II. While AoM has some interesting units, the gameplay quickly becomes too easy & repetitive to maintain that Read the complete review
by - written on 25/10/08 (Very useful, 5 readings)
This game has aged a bit but for the price you will get good value as you will get hours of game play out of it. There are various different senarios you can set up but I always just play me vs the computer. The aim of the game is that you are a small community somewhere themed (dessert, islands, egyptian times, stone age etc) land. You have to explore the area and build you community up. You can instruct your people to build buildings but first you will need to collect the natural resouces to enable a build. You can expand your community by producing more villagers but you need to have enough houses to shelter them, so you have to work to get ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/08 (Very useful, 34 readings)
Age of Empires I & II (2) Gold Collector's Edition is the celebration of one of the finest of the original strategy games released. The 'Age of Empires I' took strategic gaming to a new level, involving online and LAN multiplayer via the MSN Gaming Zone. The Age of Empires is a strategy game built in the medievil period, allowing you to build your armies and village to conqueor the world. There are many game modes to chose from, Nomad for example starts you off with nothing more than a villager. You need to collect wood, stone, food and gold in order to build further farms, docks, temples wonders and barracks. The game heavily relies ... Read the complete review
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