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Empire Total War

Empire:- Total War

Total War - Leading game from 2009

Empire: Total War for your PC.

Epic battles all over the world, where you call the shots in and expand your realm of influence throughout the tumultuous eighteenth century with Empire: Total War for your PC.

This extension of the Total War franchise, set against the bold intellectual landscape of the Enlightenment, brings you out of the middle ages and into a realm where guns, gunpowder, and naval warfare have a dramatic influence on the face of combat.

This latest installation in the award-winning, multi-million unit selling Total War franchise introduces a host of revolutionary new features, including true 3D naval combat.

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Command great armies, control the sea, forge a new nation and conquer the globe. Empire: Total War takes the Total War franchise to the 18th Century and the Age of Imperialism—a time of near perpetual war.

You can take command of single ships or vast fleets upon seascapes rich with extraordinary effects. After pummeling your enemies with cannon fire, close in to grapple enemy ships and prepare to board, taking control of your men as they fight hand-to-hand.

Empire lets players experience combat on the high seas, India, Europe, and, for the first time, the United States of America. With an entirely new game engine, Empire will see further enhancements to the 3D battles and turn-based campaign maps.

 

Comments from those who have bought the Game

After playing through an entire campaign of Empire:- Total War , I can genuinely feel justified in giving the game five stars. The replayability has some huge issues for me, since the amount of nations, large and small, in the game are tremendous, and yet you can only play as some 10 or so of them, not even with the rest as unlockables.

– I fully understand the golden arrows over cities, and this is immensely helpful in keeping track of buildings in the scattered towns, mines, workshops that are not labeled on the map

– Technology research is a vastly superior method of keeping certain technologies and eras on chronological track without requiring hundreds of “Marian reform” type scripted events like in Rome Total War or Medieval II Total War

– Gentlemen must go into universities to speed up technological research, or to kill enemy Gentlemen in duelling, in order to slow their research.

– The choppy map was resolved by getting a better video card for my computer. But that still doesn’t excuse its excessive memory/graphical requirements.

Comment 2

A while back, I wrote a review giving this game 1 star, along with many other reviewers. When the game was released it was bugged beyond belief to the point where if any of the development team had tested it one time they would realize that it was unplayable. A lot of reviews were written here and on other sites that gave the game the poor rating that it deserved.

Now, seven months and four updates later, the game is at a stage where it is not only playable, it is spectacular. If you’ve played a Total War game before you know what to expect, except Empire brings a greater depth that ever and that says a lot. With the newest patch (and with more DLC and another patch on the way soon) the game is stable and working the way it should. Diplomacy is more nuanced that ever, campaign map management is more streamlined, and the battles simply look amazing.

If you were waiting to buy this game because of the state it was in at release, the wait is over and I would highly recommend that fans of the Total War series or strategy games in general get a copy right away.

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