Immerse yourself in the award-winning strategy experience with Age of Empires III: Complete Collection, featuring three epic Age of Empires III games in one monumental collection for the first time.
Command mighty European powers looking to explore new lands in the New World with the WarChiefs, or jump eastward to Asia and determine the outcome of its struggles for power with the Asian Dynasties.
Gameplay includes new ways of winning and trading, random map styles that feature remixes of classic Age of Empires game styles, 15 Asian Wonders, and New World adventures.
Includes Age of Empires III, Age of Empires III: The WarChiefs, and Age of Empires III: The Asian Dynasties.
Lead one of three unique Asian civilizations - Japan, China, or India-to expand its empire and fight for control in the Eastern world in the Asian Dynasties.
WarChiefs expansion pack provides exciting additions to existing European civilizations, with new Home City content, new units including new mercenaries, and new ways to look at your card deck.
Engage in epic warfare in the WarChiefs as you lead one of three Native American civilizations - including the Iroquois Confederacy and the Sioux Nation-to expand their empires and fight for control of the Americas.
Enjoy exciting single-player campaigns of strategic combat with Japan, China, or India through several engrossing scenarios, or lead New World expeditions with WarChiefs.
This is a great RTS game and still holds up graphically today. Very indepth, but easy to get into and understand. It still has a great Online Multiplayer community too. Definitely recommend this game as a time killer and as a fun game to play with your mates. Strat and Resource management and Army comp and above all Population limit makes you think twice before doing something you just can't handle. Overall this makes the game quite balanced, and fun to play if your into these kinds of games. Age Of Empires III: Complete Collection, is definitely worth it in the long run. Its a really smooth and enjoyable game.
I consider this game to have the best gameplay of the series but it's not as memorable as Age of Empires 2. Age of Empires 3 has a strange card system that lets you build a deck for use during a game. Each card does something different so depending on what cards you put into your deck you can play a card for bonus gold, food, wood, stone or units. It's different but I thought it wasn't a bad system. The Asian Dynasties expansion plays a bit differently when comparing it to the base game or The War Chiefs expansion because when you want to advance to a new age then you have to build a wonder instead of researching it at your town center. These wonders give you unique bonuses like for example an experience boost or sometimes you get the option of free units that will spawn from the wonder for the rest of the game. Overall this is a great game but if I was to change one thing I would make it so you're allowed to zoom out further.
A very good game with amazing graphics.It runs smoothly on my pc and the gameplay is awesome.You can get gunpowder units or focus on pikemen,theres so many possibilities.The units are balanced and the campaign is very fun but not so replayable since you know whats going to happen.
Many people may think that AOE3 is not good as Age of Empire II. I don't agree with it. The card system of this game definitely make the game much more fun and we can make use of this to make different kinds of strategy to defeat opponents. Even though it is a game long ago, It's still worth to buy it.
Age of Empires III cannot be faulted for its innovation. It introduced new and intriguing mechanics that deepened the complexity of Age of Empires II, but it fails to elicit any sort of enjoyment. It is plagued with repetitive games, similar civilization, bloated features, and a sense of tackiness. Nevertheless, it is a good game.
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