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Warcraft vs Age of Empires January 4, 2010

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Today I would like to review two different games that I really like playing on my PC:
Warcraft is a trademark of Blizzard Entertainment that was widely distributed and diversified from the video game Warcraft: Orcs & Humans (1994), one of the first of its kind. By extension it also means to mark World of Warcraft, which comes from game massively multiplayer online role-by its initials in English, MMORPG-the same name. [1] The Warcraft universe found in both marks is set in own modern epic fantasy The Lord of the Rings or Dungeons & Dragons and has its initial inspiration in games of Warhammer Fantasy universe, representing the side of fighting between humans and the orcs, which are fantastic creatures adapted European classical mythology to fantasy today.

Age of Empires:
The game was popular for his dramatic twist to the fighting genre, intense battles, quick to attack, and unlike any game created so far.

You can see various types of civilizations which depending on your choice will favor certain strategies, for the simple reason that each has special bonuses in the game, these are: Egypt, Assyria, Sumeria, Babylon, Hittite, Persian, Greek, Minoan , Phoenician, Shang, Yamato and Choson.

The game has an expansion called “The Rise of Rome”, with more civilizations, units, etc..

Note: the items stored in the normal game (not expansion) may be loaded from the same and also from the expansion. Saved games in the expansion may only be loaded from the expansion but not without the normal playing.



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