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Rise of Nations: Rise of Legends

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Strategy video game by Microsoft for the Computer

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1 review about Rise of Nations: Rise of Legends

Great Multiplayer Roleplaying Game

  • Mar 15, 2007
Rating:
+5
Pros: Great game for multiplaying within a network or online

Cons: Some connection issues in multiplayer mode

The Bottom Line: This is an amazing game for those into RPGs, especially with its multiplayer mode and the ability to chose between three different civilizations to be.

This role playing game with multiplayer capability has great graphics. I love playing this game in the multiplayer aspect over a local network. The main problem with the game is that the connection is often lost between us, which is rarely occurs when we play other multiplayer games. There seems to be some kind of glitch in the software that sometimes affects the connection between the computers when playing multiplayer. In multiplayer mode you can win dominance over different things such as army by having obtaining a certain amount of troops before your opponent. There are three different types of civilization (races) you can be (Vinci, Coutl, and Alin). Each has different types of technology they use, but overall they are all equal and it just depends on which you feel more comfortable with. The dominances give you spells that help you such as steal enemy troops. You can capture neutral cities and make them bigger. The most important part of the multiplayer strategy (and in single player mode) is keeping up your timonium levels, so you can afford to build more building, research labs, recruit more troops, etc. If you do not feel like beating up your friend (or losing to them) in multiplayer, you can also use multiplayer to team up against computer players. You can select different levels of difficulty for the computer players from easy to hard depending on how good you are. There is of course also a single player campaign mode that is great for getting comfortable with the game, but it is the multiplayer aspect that keeps it interesting long after you complete the campaign mode.

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