Rise of Nations: Rise of Legends is a real-time strategy game that will take you to the fictional world of Aio to participate in the confrontation between the three races that seek to dominate it. Unlike its predecessors, Ri...
Total 234 | Last week: 0
Hits: 2828 visitors
Publisher: 1C Company
OS Support: Win7 x32, Win7 x64, WinVista, WinXP
Date added: 11 Oct 2011
Last Update: 10 Oct 2011
Size: - MB
System Requirements: No special requirements.
Version Demo added on: 12 Oct 2011
Average User Rating:
Out of 28 Votes.
Earth 2150 is a real-time strategy game that will take you to a future in which the Earth is about to suffer a terrible end. Your mission will be to save humanity from extinction.
It is the twenty-second century and the nuclear war between two hostile nations has pushed the planet out of its orbit and is heading towards the Sun. This event also affects humans settled on the moon, since the satellite will be dragged together with the Earth.
The only possibility for these three groups is to escape before it is too late.It is at this moment that you will enter into action. In command of the troops of one of the three factions, you must collect the resources necessary to retreat towards Mars. Obviously, your enemies will have the same aim, so this will be no easy task.
While the graphics of Earth 2150 don’t stand out for their detail and the gameplay features nothing revolutionary for the genre, this title is an interesting alternative for strategy fans.
- Interesting story
- Multiplayer support
- Great number of missions
- Outdated graphics
Limitations of Earth 2150:
- Only a few levels available
- Restricted functions
Command and Conquer: Red Alert 3 is the third installment in the popular real-time strategy series....
Company of Heroes: Joint Operations is a modification designed for the real-time strategy game Company of Heroes....
Medieval II: Total War is a turn-based real-time strategy game in which you can command vast armies in your struggle for conquest....
Ruse is a real time strategy game which incorporates a novel battle system. Instead of focusing on open combat, every encounter with the enemy depends on the management of information and the strategies you can use against him. Ruse is set in the Se...