Armies of Exigo Review
Despite its goregous graphics, this real-time strategy game seemingly ignores all the advances that the genre has experienced over the past several years.
Well, this game is very hard. Very Nice intro might you say. AOX has alot of good and bad moments. I really like the RTS elements. The graphics are perfect, and I havent seen a single glitch in them. It is important to h... Read Full Review5 of 6 users found the following review helpful
Blaze gonna break it down for ya. add one part Starcraft, one part Warcraft and one part lord of the rings and you get this ... except .... not anywhere near as good as the games i just mentioned .... well maybe lord ... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
Amazing that this solid game has been so overlooked and underrated. It is true that it has used all the tried and true elements of a successful RTS, but so much the better. It gives those of use who want more of the sam... Read Full Review1 of 2 users found the following review helpful
Don't be fooled by the shoddy packaging and flimsy marketing text on the box - Armies of Exigo is a very strong RTS release. Anyone who's played Warcraft, Age of Empires, or Warlords: Battlecry will feel right at ho... Read Full Review5 of 18 users found the following review helpful
During this game's time, there were few real-time strategy games that can boast of splendid 3D graphics; having to have many models on-screen is not an easy design to pull off. When Armies of Exigo introduced itself into... Read Full Review0 of 1 users found the following review helpful
I was optimistic when I bought this game. I had read the few reviews and took a risk and b ought the game. I was very happy with the short learning curve for playing the game. I found it to be a cross between War Craf... Read Full Review3 of 4 users found the following review helpful
Graphics of this game is great. but everything else needs work. The game play is poor and slow, it can take hours just to finish one level and considering that there are about 32 levels its a very long time. Controls a... Read Full Review0 of 3 users found the following review helpful
Gamespot's Jason Ocampo is out to lunch or is biased to Blizzard. Grant it AoE looks like WIII and Starcraft. It is a cross between the two. Not surprising since some of the designers were also involved with Starcraft. O... Read Full Review5 of 10 users found the following review helpful
We played this game already. We called it Starcraft. We called it Warcraft 3. We called it Empire Earth. Not that any of those titles were particularly bad; in fact, far from it. Armies of Exigo continues in a long tradi... Read Full Review5 of 13 users found the following review helpful
Wow, how should I put this? Black Hole Games has created a Warcraft 3 game with a slight twist. Thats basically all it is. I was really looking forward to enjoying this game a lot due to its similarity to WC3 and the new... Read Full Review1 of 5 users found the following review helpful
Well I was quite excited when I purchased AoE. I love 'real-time' strategy games, so I had been looking forward to playing AoE. I was very badly disappointed. Virtually every aspect of the game is good. The graphics a... Read Full Review1 of 2 users found the following review helpful
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