Empire Earth II hones Art of Supremacy
Expansion pack offers new campaigns, lets players pick from four new civilizations or create their own.
Considering that Empire Earth II already allowed players to take a civilization from the Stone Age to the era of sentient artificial intelligence, some might wonder how the developers could expand on the game. Anyone curious about that can find out this week, as VU Games and Mad Doc Software today announced that they have shipped the PC real-time strategy game's expansion pack, The Art of Supremacy, to retailers worldwide.
New features in the game include three new campaigns, 10 new units, two new game modes, and the addition of four new civilizations (the French, Russians, Zulu, and Maasai), as well as a custom civilization editor. The Art of Supremacy also introduces native tribes to be assimilated, conquered, or allied with as gamers continue the march of history.
Empire Earth II: The Art of Supremacy is rated T for Teen and retails for $29.99. For more on the original Empire Earth II, check out GameSpot's full review.
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