IMG Reviews Empire: Total War Gold Edition
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Inside Mac Games has posted a new review of Feral Interactive's Empire: Total War Gold Edition. The Mac version includes Empire: Total War, the Warpath Campaign DLC, The four Special Forces Units and Elite Units DLC packs, as well as all the updates and improvements.
Here's an excerpt:
Within the Grand Campaign you have the option of playing as a whole host of countries, from the great powers of the time such as England, France and Spain to smaller and farther flung countries such as the Mughal empire in South Asia. Each campaign has several options related to goals and length, but in general your job is to control a certain number of total territories by the end, with some specific areas you are also required to control. To do this you will use your turns to build buildings, recruit and move armies and navies, research technology, send spies and ambassadors to other regions, and negotiate with allies and enemies to try and achieve your goals. And when youíre done with your turn, all the other countries in the game, whether run by humans in multi-play or by the computer AI, will do the same. Computer controlled countries will tend to act in ways similar to their historical counterparts, but because humans are involved also, donít expect to necessarily be refighting famous wars or battles from this period. All of these options should keep even the wonkiest turn-based strategy fan satisfied.Read the full review at the link below.
IMG Review: Empire Total War Gold Edition
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