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When I talk about World War 2 and strategy games I don’t normally reference Chess, but as there is no Age of Empires IV chess I think I have to. This piece is very much a sad piece. I mean, the poor guy. He’s halfway through the King’s Gambit here, that’s what’s going on. He was destined for the middle, he was quite a strong piece and a strong pawn and a weak king but the endgame probably wasn’t going to be in his favour. And it goes wrong as it often does.

The latest expansion to Age of Empires II: HD Edition is titled World Conquerors. This expansion includes the Shadow Lords, Goblins, Dwarves, Fire Elementals, Civilopedia, Clan Perks, New Hero Retinue, Alliances, New Triumphs and New Buildings (Altars, Cannons, Gates, Houses, Stables, Towers, and Vanguards). World Conquerors also includes the ability to build new units, heroes and conquerors, while also giving new units buffs that are not present in the standard game. New heroes are also included with this game, along with five new units with the Shadow Lords and Fire Elementals, four heroes, one new wizard and two new cities.

On this blog, we all know that for me, The Art of War is a requirement. Before you fully dive into an RTS, you will need to know the ins and outs of military strategies, warfare, and other dynamic battlefield features that comprise the most celebrated science in military history. There are a lot of people, that like me, are interested in a tactical game with great graphics, long game play time, and awesome story line. I believe that this game hits all three of these points and it’s called Age of Empires II. What you see above is a pretty set of screenshots showing all of the updates and the new units. I recently played both the PC and Xbox 360 version of the game and was able to get a good and interesting look at how the game plays.

Age Of Empires II HD, a turn-based strategy game that requires no skill. You’re a teacher at a dystopian, fascist state that makes all decisions. Your board plan is simpler: Keep all essential buildings and produce lots of units to attack anybody who gets in your way. The game was pitched on a formulaic level that assumed us all were in it for the long haul, but then again, who isn’t?
And as you could see, only new version of Age of Empires II: For the next ten years, most of the great games I play were all sequels. New game, same old story. Not that long ago, though, as long as you ignore all the crap that we got over the years. The great thing about the Age of Empires series is that every game was a new experience, and not just because it was the successor to Age of Empires I but because it used the same engine, and now it was better than its predecessor in several ways.
Age of Empires II is the game that many of us grew up playing. It pushed the boundaries of what an RTS could be and it turned RTS into an industry that continues to grow today. As a fan of the game and after a long thought process, we are going to be shutting down the Widelands servers. We would like to thank everyone who has supported us over the years. We know that there will be some upset about the servers going offline, but this allows us to focus our time and money into bringing our next great game to you!
We are shutting down the server to focus our efforts on Age of Empires III, not Age of Empires 2 because the development of Age of Empires III is actually almost complete. Age of Empires III is playable in its current state and people are already beginning to test. We don’t want to force players to use a broken and unfinished game, and we don’t want to tie up resources that could be used for other things, so Age of Empires III will be our first priority, followed by any patches that we need to release on a regular basis.