Empire Earth II for PC
PC - Windows

Empire Earth II

Apr 26, 2005
2344th of 27881

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About this game

Developer: Mad Doc Software
Content Rating: Teen


From the discovery of fire to the technological frontiers of the future, Empire Earth 2 serves up worldwide conquest on an epic scale. Players will take control of a fledgling civilization and strive to forge the greatest of all empires. The game builds upon the success of its predecessor by adding unique units, powers, leaders, and inherent bonuses to all of the game's 14 different civilizations. The new Crown System will provide temporary, but potent, rewards for players who demonstrate excellent military, economic, imperialistic, or cultural ability. Multiplayer competition will feature nine different game types, including new additions to the series such as "Hot Spots," which force gamers to capture and hold positions of strategic importance.

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6 Reviews
Dan AdamsApr 25, 2005
Empire Earth II is a deep and satisfying real-time strategy game. The campaigns are great, the multiplayer is super fun, and skirmish allows for tons of single player satisfaction thanks to some terrific AI that'll give you fits.
Brett ToddApr 27, 2005
Despite the negatives cited above, we can't fault Empire Earth II with anything but providing too much of a good thing. And when you look at just how much there is to experience, this seems like a pretty forgivable sin. A patient approach, perhaps coupled with the memorization of a dozen or so hotkeys, goes a long way toward appreciating this game, but the eventual payoff is definitely worth it.
PC Zone StaffMay 14, 2005
However, EEII's lasting legacy will be, without a doubt, the innovations the developer has created for the interface. As other RTSs have borrowed heavily from Total War's campaign structure, so too will they steal Empire Earth II's diplomacy options and character manager. Empire Earth II may not be the best historical strategy game on the market, but it is bloody good all the same, and points to a bright future for the RTS.