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Empire: Total War (PC)

Empire: Total War (PC)

  • Genre: Strategy, Simulator, War, Historical, Platform, RTS, Tactics, Turn based
  • Release year: 2009
  • Operating system: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Mac OS X, Windows 7
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3.1 / 5
(11 reviews)
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6 years ago*
When steam came, it felt like every game was to daub a bit. Now I can not but think that it actually works quite well. Got a jolt one evening, and a little while later, the game was running (after purchasing code via a "regular" store). Think the game is really good. It is decently stylish, decent sound mm. Something that I can disturb me a little on the high "pounding" when choosing a city. If one could reduce the noise a bit without screwing down "everything" else also desirable ... Both negative and positive in that game takes crazy time. There goes the hell not play fast ... Fun with games that last long, a little too bad that it easily gets many late nights.
*Edited 6 years

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10 years ago*
Undoubtedly one of the greatest games I've ever played. Most are well made great, although there is some small items which sometimes interfere on. The game ebjuder also plenty of playing time, but it is also quite time consuming if you play on higher difficulty. The game is not particularly complicated, but it can take a while to learn how it all works and what strategies are best. Had not played any previous Total War game before I tried this. Edit: I can agree that AI-n is not perfect. In contrary ought higher difficulty, of course, mean smarter AI, and do not cheat. On the campaign map it becomes somewhat inevitable, if you want a resistor (a few advantages such as much faster research, however, is boring).
*Edited 9 years

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10 years ago*
Pretty ok game that unfortunately is prone to crash to desktiop. When the steam must be installed to be expected with a lot of frustration as the game automatic update in 1-2 hours when you want to play. (Which can not be stopped) the AI ??is too easy, when you learned how to play it (takes only a few hours) it interfered impossible to lose.
*Edited 10 years

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10 years ago*
Love this game the best stratige game of its kind, had little difficulty with the game in the beginning but that's fine, what I love about this game is that you can huh Sweden
*Edited 10 years

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10 years ago*
Edition 2010-08-30: No Pitbull, higher difficulty does not make the AI ??smarter, however, allow the AI ??to cheat more. Sure, it then becomes more difficult but not enjoyable. Edition 2009-10-11: Now the last patch came and the game is hardly playable in view of what has been promised. The rating go down to a 2. Edition 2009-08-18: Now it seems that expansion is on the way, without first repaired the original game, now go up the score down to 4 * ... Grade 6 * based on out-of-the-box version, 2009-03-10. The game has potential but needs to be patched a few times for it to be good.
*Edited 10 years

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10 years ago*
says only one word shitty.
*Edited 10 years

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11 years ago*
Great game. Lirat in countless hours, it becomes very difficult on hardest difficulty level. AI is based on the difficulty level you set, ie if you are running on easy / normal you win battles and campaign relatively easy. It is on the harder levels as the game is flourishing. Incidentally, did the game quite well on my old PC (P4 3.6 x2, HD4670). Installs right now through Steam on my new, överclockade and phenomenal computer (see Battlefield PC I built). That the game laggy, I have not understood at all. Charging times if one Quick Save / Quick Load: s is rather dull, but they are quite unreal they anyway, so I use me. What pulls down the score of the lag for many other players, AI, total oimperialism on lower difficulty levels, and that the game could look better on campaignmap. Supporting dualmonitors were not entirely wrong, either, but there are few games that do (Eyefinity to the rescue!). Undoubtedly the best turn-based strategy game I've driven, above all, the excellent Total War games (have almost all: D). Total War FTW!
*Edited 11 years

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11 years ago*
I absolutely do not like that there are some errors on the game itself. The graphics .. yum! Sure, it has its bugs, and updates can be a little wacky, but totally playable! Epic, feels like a moderately geeky expression, but it fits. The only thing I complain about is Steam. Needless to need to have Steam for another very good game because I pull down the grade. Otherwise I'm in love with Empire: Total War
*Edited 11 years

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11 years ago*
Empire: Total War has the best graphics as of press time is a strategy game as it supports 3.0 Shader! AI, however, is very bad and it ruins the whole campaign, which is the only reason why one would want to buy the game. Are you good at 1700tals krigsförning you can try your luck over the internet but it is terribly difficult. It is a decent game that has great potential and excellent graphics but unfortunately shit developers of us who want to play themselves and that's why the game is not worth your money.
*Edited 11 years

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12 years ago*
The highest expectations and deliver the worst. Unfortunately this is not realized. Required giant patch that is still to come. The game is good but the AI ??is still too passive, can not disembark, do not use technologies etc etc. How fun is that?
*Edited 12 years

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