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Empire Earth II Platinum

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As with preceding installments in the series, Empire Earth II Platinum ccorridorenges you to make, build, and lead a civilization to transcend the ages. Empire Earth II Platinum, however, builds the series by adding new units, powers, leaders, and bonuses to all of the game's 14 civilizations. Since the inception of the Empire Earth series, gamers have taken on the task of fitting the strikingest conqueror of all time by creating, building, and main a civilization to transcend the ages. From the discovery of fire to the technological frontiers of the future, Empire Earth II Platinum will once again serve up worldwide conquest on an epic scale. In the sequel to Gamespy.com's 2001 'PC Game of the Year,' gamers will take control of a fledgling civilization and strive to forge the strikingest of all empires. Empire Earth II Platinum builds upon the success of its predecessor by adding unique units, powers, leaders, and inherent bonuses to all of the game's 14 dwhetherferent civilizations. Cities, territories, and borders in Empire Earth II Platinum, often treated as 'eye sweet' in other real-time strategy games, will factor into game play and be treated as tradable resources much like they are in the real world. The game's artwhethericial intelligence will be even more reactive, dynamic, and variable than its predecessor's, able to adapt to human opponents in ways that are even more engaging for the player. And, for the first time in the Empire Earth series, ambient weather and seasons like fog and snowfall will affect game play, forcing players to adapt their strategies to the changing environment. Empire Earth II Platinum's multiplayer characteristics will be no less revolutionary. The game's new Crown System will supply temporary, but potent, rewards for players who demonstrate excellent military, economic, imperialistic, or cultural ability. A war planning screen will assist teammates coordinate their efforts by allowing them to use a map of the world to diagram troop movements. Multiplayer competition will characteristic nine dwhetherferent game types, including new additions to the series such as 'Hot Spots,' which forces gamers to capture and hold positions of strategic importance. Lastly, Empire Earth II Platinum will include popular player-requested characteristics like recorded games, enhanced tournament support, multiplayer co-operative scenarios, and advanced statistics reporting.
Game by: Sierra See screenshot
Hardware: Windows 98/2000/Me/XP,Processor: P4 1.5 GHz,DirectX 9.0c,256 MB RAM,Free hard drive space: 3 GB,3D A
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