New Topic? Empire Earth / Ages of Empire!

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New Topic? Empire Earth / Ages of Empire!

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Question: Do we have a topic for Empire Earth / Ages of Empire?
IF.... lock this threed!

Otherwise, it would be very nice to have one.

You see i'v started to play these games resently and i like it a lot. The hole game(s) is so dam'n good !

Please post a comment if you got some notes to share! :karate:

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Thank you, thank you, thank you, Mr.Guimo.
Finally a topic about this on TeH internet.
This was really needed, there aren't any fan forums to find about those.
You filled a complete vacuum.

*laughs*.
Nevermind me, carry on.

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I'm very glad to hear you comment about my threed dosraider! :)

A very cool thing about Empire Earth II is that you can desice if you want to play in the stone-age (century), at the medeival century or in the future as Evil mechanics Robots, OR the hole ages throu. There is 15 periodes. I'll give EE2 a 8½ of 10 for a really good strategy game! :clap:

Btw (this has nothing to do with the threed)...I'm glad to be back on track again to this GREAT forum. :thumbsup:

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Mr.Guimo wrote:Btw (this has nothing to do with the threed)...
Just wait t'll the girls come in, then you'll know what off-topic means. :D
Mr.Guimo wrote:...I'm glad to be back on track again to this GREAT forum. :thumbsup:
Did you left us? Tssssss, shame on you.
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Post by Mr.Guimo »

Hah i never left you old foxies :P
But i'v been in-active for a while without a REASON :(

Well back to the topic again then..... :jester:

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Meh, I never really was a big fan of AoE/EE, but if I were to choose between them, I'll prolly go with Empire Earth... Mmmm, nuking stone age tribes=<3
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This is INSANE! Yesterday when i was about..hmm lets see here......5 min from winning over my oponent the computer start lagg for some kind of a reason :blah: Well.... the good things when this goes tereble wrong is that i'v learned to NEVER give up :P So i restart my computer and did it all over again, and the opponent was defeated after 3½ hour :karate:

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You realise this is the first sign of total addiction?
*I was 5 min from winning over my opponent ... but ... this and that and whatnots... and I lost ...*
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Excuses, always some cheap excuse.
YOU LOST.PERIOD.
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No no no no no.... for real the computer wasnt winning!
You know Computers can have bad days as well!
Well I know that im a tru master when i play EE!

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Empire Earth II was an embarrassment to the original game. No surprises there, as it was developed by a different studio. EE3 was pure garbage.

EE2 had tons of good ideas, but an unbelievably poor execution. It's like they were going for a feature list, not actual gameplay. I was really excited about it, but was incredibly disappointed. EE1 is much better.

As for AoE, the entire series kicks ass, and I have AoE2 + Ex and AoE3 + Ex installed right now. I play both regularly. AoE2 is awesome, even though it's not very well balanced. Anyone care for a game?

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Well AoE is the real shit, but i still think that EE (2) has all the small details to be a good game! :thumbsup:

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I used to have AoE, don't remember which version, maybe number 2. But I loved playing it online because people made their own custom stages and those were really fun. And once you played the stage, you got it and so you can pass it on to other people.
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lakerzz8 wrote:I used to have AoE, don't remember which version, maybe number 2. But I loved playing it online because people made their own custom stages and those were really fun. And once you played the stage, you got it and so you can pass it on to other people.
Yes lakerzz... it's not like all strategy games do that! Nope. Not at all!
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Yea the online playtime is very nice indeed.
Did create a very nice map myself once, not for online play...only for me, i said ONLY for me :P

Well back to EE (2)
Did A great thing yesterday, i earned the money crown all the time throu the game round. Did loose anyway! The diffecult lvl was high. Enaugh said :P

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The crowns are nice. I just hate the fact that generals are 6 meters tall.

One of the cool ideas in EE2 is the war planner. That was awesome.

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Yea i agree about the Generals. The funniest thing is that the generals isnt that good for being 6 meters tall!

I think that the fact that you can choise between the ages is pretty awsome as well as the hole centuries is running throu the game if that is what you would like to do!
Im sure there is something i'v forget to say....hm.....nvm =P

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