Endless Legend Guardians is the first expansion to the critically acclaimed 4X turn-based strategy game from AMPLITUDE Studios. Unleash the mighty Guardian units, complete Legendary Deeds, build wonders, and compete with other Empires for supremacy!Read full description
Endless Legend Guardians is the first expansion to the critically acclaimed 4X turn-based strategy game from AMPLITUDE Studios. Unleash the mighty Guardian units, complete Legendary Deeds, build wonders, and compete with other Empires for supremacy!
There are older and greater things in the universe than the Endless, whose few hundred centuries barely scrape the surface of history. What of those older entities, those other forces? Did they disappear before the arrival of the Endless, or could the Endless, at the height of their power, have contained and controlled them? And now that the Endless have faded or moved on, might some of these elder beings suddenly rise up again…?
Unleash the Guardians
These ancient giants, extensions of Auriga herself, have broken free from the chains with which the Endless imprisoned them. Make their legendary might yours, and impose your supremacy on other Empires! Find and equip Gemstones (new item category) to strengthen your Guardians even further with buffs and new skills.
GIOS, the Earth Guardian, senses all that moves in or across the planet. When engaged in battle, the ancient giant inflicts impressive zone damage to enemy units by causing earthquakes. If the need arises, he is also able to repair cities’ fortifications.
NEROS, the Water Guardian, listens to the echoes of the present and the past. While roaming your enemies’ land he can destroy watchtowers and extractors. In battle, Neros can use his Tsunami charge to deal damage relative to his distance from the target.
FOTIOS, the Fire Guardian, is linked to the primeval force of fire. He is able to cast a powerful light that drastically extends vision range. In combat, Fotios uses his flames to inflict fire damage over time on his enemies.
ATMOS, the Air Guardian, tracks the winds and scents of Auriga. Despite his size, the giant can teleport inside vision range, covering large distances in the blink of an eye. Atmos is also a fearful opponent as he gets stronger with each and every kill.
SKOROS, the Dust Guardian, is attuned to Auriga's magical currents. He has the ability to fully heal an entire allied army, and can use mind control spells to manipulate enemy units during battle.
Compete for Supremacy
Build a mighty Empire
Compete with the other Empires to build up to five Legendary Buildings. Gain powerful City Improvements that boost resources outputs, Approval or Influence. Unique buildings also allow further customization of Empires by unlocking specialized city improvements which are designed to support progression toward specific victory conditions.
5 Legendary Buildings: Massive undertakings, these awe-inspiring buildings can only be constructed by one player per Era. Unlockable by achieving Legendary Deeds, these buildings are so powerful they are visible on the map.
10 Unique Buildings: Additional unique buildings that will provide benefits and allow players to specialize their cities depending on their surroundings.
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If this was $5 i would say to pick it up and enjoy it. It is not, it is double that and that I say it is not worth the price of admission. There is too little to do in the game. It does not entice the player to be more than what the game is asking. Overall, it feels kinda cheap and like you should be getting something more that never comes into fruition. I would say avoid the game if you dont have a discount of some kind. If you have a coupon to take off a couple bucks however, pick it up and try it. But NOT at the full price tag.
There are many reviews complaining that this is overpriced. I personally have to agree with those. If you're spending $10, then why not spend them on something that's worth the price (e.g Counter-Strike)? If I was rich, I'd probably even buy this for this price (luckily, I got it from a friend who used a coupon and bought 2 of these) but for now, I think it's overpriced. Overall, it's not that bad (it's overpriced, but not that bad so you don't spend anything to buy it - it's still worth something and you should keep that in mind). I'd say a fair 68/100 is "reality".
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