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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by ROTC19, Sep 6, 2011.

  1. ROTC19

    ROTC19 Guest

    Are historical themed games still relevant?

    I saw this game played by my cousin and I was intrigued with the fine graphics and scenarios so in my curiosity, I started to play the game. To my surprise, the game really delivered in terms of game play and cool environment. What I also like with this game is the pacing; it can adjust to my own pace so I am not pressured to finish on level and can stop anytime I want - perfect for in between work! (oops, lol)
  2. Aran

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    Apr 1, 2000
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    No thanks, I've tried Lord of Ultima, Travian, Evony... They're all the same in the end.