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User Info: -5xad0w-

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1 year ago#11
CK2 I haven't played enough to comment on, but it has a loyal fanbase among grand strategy players.

RoN is, as previously stated, what you would get if you wanted to make Civ a RTS style game.

AoM (minus the new expansion) is a great old school RTS that deviates from AoE via its god powers and varied troops.
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User Info: DavidZ2844

DavidZ2844
1 year ago#12
AndreLeGeant posted...
IIRC you don't need all of the DLC, just the major updates. A lot of DLC is minor additions of music, units, etc. None of which the GOT mod needs.

I love the GOT mod.

Would you happen to know which major DLC those are? I don't want to spend money on the minor superflous stuff that you mentioned, and to be honest, I'm having trouble distinguishing any of the DLC from that lol.

User Info: AndreLeGeant

AndreLeGeant
1 year ago#13
DavidZ2844 posted...
AndreLeGeant posted...
IIRC you don't need all of the DLC, just the major updates. A lot of DLC is minor additions of music, units, etc. None of which the GOT mod needs.

I love the GOT mod.

Would you happen to know which major DLC those are? I don't want to spend money on the minor superflous stuff that you mentioned, and to be honest, I'm having trouble distinguishing any of the DLC from that lol.


It's on the website for the mod. I don't recall off hand.
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halomonkey1_3_5
1 year ago#14
Rise of Nations is probably my favorite RTS
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User Info: DavidZ2844

DavidZ2844
1 year ago#15
Is Rise of Nations the best "ancient to modern era" RTS out there? I've heard of similar RTS games like Empire Earth 2 and such.

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Cool_Dude667
1 year ago#16
Age of mythology was like a better age of empires with God powers and the legendary triple nipple maiden of the lake
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User Info: chandl34

chandl34
1 year ago#17
Talked about CK2 recently: http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/916373-pc/73939365?page=1 Basically, the game is great while you're still learning it, but you may be disappointed with how easy it is once you figure out the mechanics.

I've played the GoT mod a few times before. The storyline events play out very rapidly, so you're mostly going to be playing for the mechanics changes. I tried playing as Jon in the final scenario, choosing to take Stannis's offer to become Jon Stark, but it kept bugging out on me. I'd get a gameover as soon as we took Winterfell. I got it to work once, but afterwards the wars played out so quickly, I couldn't even march my troops to the Neck before the entire 7 Kingdoms declared war on me. I also tried the Long Night fight, but that was kinda lame.
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