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...
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Publisher: Elixir Studios
OS Support: Windows
Date added: 03 Nov 2011
Last Update: 02 Nov 2011
Size: 778 MB
System Requirements: No special requirements.
Version Demo added on: 03 Nov 2011
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If you're tired of conventional strategy games, then you’ll want to take a look at Republic: The Revolution. In this game you’ll become the leader of a political faction in a country embroiled in social turmoil, in which you will have to restore peace and order.
To meet your objective you will have three specific resources: power, wealth and influence. By strategically implementing them, you’ll need to convince members of the public to join your group and thus build a broader network of power.
Obviously, things are not as simple as they seem. Since the setting in Republic: The Revolution is chaotic, other parties will want to exploit the situation to gain the power to which you aspire.
You must therefore compete for the attention of a scattered populace that needs a true leader. With many options available and a suitable level of complexity, Republic: The Revolution is an original and interesting strategy title that will keep you busy for hours in your struggle for dominance.
- Detailed graphics
- Wide range of options and variables
- Innovative premise
- No help feature
Limitations of Republic: The Revolution
- You can only play for 60 minutes
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