||See Empire Earth
(Win98/ME/2000/XP) (Retail) ARTOFCONPR)
Requires full version of Empire Earth to play.
Publisher: Stainless Steel Studios /
Blood / Violence
" The successor to Age of Empires' RTS crown is here" -
Expansion Is Necessary For
Carry your quest for world
dominion beyond the bounds of earth and into the Space Age of the 22nd century
with Empire Earth: The Art of Conquest. Cross the final frontier as you extend
your conquests into space and command armies that travel faster than the speed
Empire Earth: The Art of Conquest continues to redefine the
ages with a whole new space epoch and three monumental campaigns with new
units, heroes, civilizations, and calamities. Now, you must master the art of
conquest on Earth and in the next frontier- Space.
Lead a Nation: Engage the enemy on the blood soaked
beaches of Iwo Jima in the World War II Pacific Theater.
Conquer your Enemies: Lead a union uprising on Mars
settlement in an all-new Age of Space campaign.
Forge an Empire: Witness the glorious rise of the
Roman Empire from the front lines.
New 15th epoch the Space Age
Three additional campaigns World War II, Roman
Empire, Asia and 18 all-new scenarios
military heroes to lead your forces General MacArthur, Admiral Yamamoto
New wonders and calamities, including the orbital space
station and meteor storms
Futuristic military technologies, such as the
New Terrains and Graphics: Details like breaking waves,
tank tread marks in the sand, and artillery craters bring the ages to life.
New Units, Weapons, and Buildings: Centurion, Zero-G
Engineer, Japanese Mitsubishi Zero, Paratrooper, Cyber Drone, Planetary Defense
Shield Turret, and more.
Windows 98, Me, 2000, XP: Pentium II 350 MHz or
higher, 64 MB RAM (128MB for Win2K/XP), 450 MB free hard disk space, SVGA
monitor supporting 1024x768 resolution, AGP (4MB) or PCI (8MB) 3D video card
that supports 1024x768x16 bit color, CD-ROM drive, mouse, DirectX compatible
sound card, 28.8kbps modem or higher.
Internet/Multiplayer: Internet access required for
Internet play. May require payment of a separate fee to an ISP.
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