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Age of Empires 2 Definitive Edition Free Download

Available in both Torrent & Direct Download

Size : 22 GB

Year : 2019

Platform : Pc

Developer : Forgotten Empires, Tantalus Media

Publisher : Xbox Game Studios

Release Date : 14 Nov, 2019

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System Requirements: (Minimum)

OS: Windows 10 64bit
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Athlon 64×2 5600+
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 420 or ATI™ Radeon™ HD 6850 or Intel® HD Graphics 4000 or better with 2 GB VRAM
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 30 GB available space
Additional Notes: 2GB of video memory + 4GB of system memory required

 

How to install: (Build 33059)

1. Extract The File Or Burn The ISO
2. Install The Game
3. Copy The Crack To Installation Folder.
4. Play & Enjoy the Game.

 

Game Review :

I was sceptical when I first heard of yet another Age of Empires remaster. Especially for Age of Empires II which had previously had a ‘HD’ re-release. However, after watching some gameplay videos from some notable Age of Empires community members. Most notably Zero Empires and Spirit of the Law, I was quickly convinced that this re-re-release was worth looking into.

Positives
+ Gameplay is still very much the same as the original. No major overhauls of the core mechanics which made previous renditions great have been adjusted

+ Improved resource UI which makes villager management much easier during the first, crucial minutes of the game

+ The ability to queue both units and technologies simultaneously

+ The ability to indefinitely re-seed farms and fish traps if you have the available resources

+ Several new units and technologies (such as the Steppe Lancer and Supplies) to balance existing civilisations and provide new ways to play

+ Multiple new single-player / multi-player lobby options, such as game speed, map pool, AI difficulty and type (such as the ‘new’ AI for Definitive Edition, or the HD and CD AI)

+ You can use the lobby browser for multi-player while waiting in a lobby

+ Your multi-player game stats are tracked, and you can earn player profile pictures from time played, number of victories etc.

+ Improved visual effects (such as collapsing structures, improved unit models and environmental / lighting effects)
+ Improved sound effects, whilst remaining true to the charm of classic Age of Empires II (units have their original voice lines and so on)

+ Massive update to AI commanding in single player games – you can now use the taunt/command system to tell your AI allies to train specific types of units, construct buildings on a flare marker, attack a specific target and so on

+ Several new civilisations with their own unique units

+ Several new historical campaigns

+ Massive improvement to the tutorial system, with new scenarios (Art of War) specifically catered to helping new players deal with managing economies, performing and defending from rushing, etc.

+ Tweaks to the scenario editor (such as copy-pasting event triggers)

+ In-house mod support (Steam workshop has been removed in favour, could be interpreted as a negative)

+ Xbox LIVE profile support and cross-play

+ A ton of different settings to customise your gameplay experience by tweaking controls, graphics, sound and so on (several of these settings also make the game more accessible for individuals experiencing difficulty from handicaps such as colour blindness etc.)

+ Dedicated servers, and private multi-player games appear to run much smoother than HD

+ Steam achievements and trading cards

+ Improved replays and save systems (you can save ‘chapters’ in a replay for players to watch specific events)

Negatives
– Performance can be a little taxing at times, especially in multi-player with lots of units and/or AI players

Verdict
An incredibly well done remaster that you must own if you are an Age of Empires veteran, initiate, or someone who just enjoys historical RTS games.

 

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