1602 A.D. Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 7.0/10

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1602 A.D. Reviews

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3dgaming C - Feb 21 '00
Computer Games Online 3.5/5 Mar 14 '00
Game Power Australia 2.5/4 Feb 28 '00
GameCenter 6/10 Feb 10 '00
Games Radar UK  --- Feb 16 '00
Gamespot Australia (AU) 7.5/10 Mar 29 '00
Glide Underground 4/5 Feb 12 '00
IGN PC 7.9/10 Feb 09 '00
MPOG 3.5/5 Apr 02 '00
PC Gamers.Net 65/100 Feb 17 '00
Strategy Gaming Online 7.2/10 Apr 15 '00
WarGamer 4/5 Jun 02 '00
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Computer Games Online Dec 13 '99
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3dgaming on

"In fact, in that respect it's a lot like going to high school. The "graphics" aren't really too bad, things are balanced out ok and there's plenty to do, but it's uninspiring and mundane. After a..."

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Computer Games Online on

"On the whole, 1602 A. D. is an enjoyable game. It doesn’t have the economic depth of Caesar 3 or the tactical depth of Command and Conquer, but it is a nice blend of economic and military strategies."

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Game Power Australia on

"What sets 1602 A.D. apart from the mix is the immediate importance of trade. You must exchange goods with your competitors, with natives, and with pirates to advance from simple pioneers and..."

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GameCenter on

"Unlike a game such as Pharaoh, which is carefully designed to keep up with the complexity of the endgame, 1602 A.D. eventually crumbles in your hands, leaving you with wistful memories of when 1602..."

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Games Radar UK on

"For a far more complex alternative, return to Imperialism 2, or if the elegance is appealing, find a copy of the original Sim City. Both masterful games, they are worth playing for the thousandth..."

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