Age of Empires Online Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 6.9/10

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Age of Empires Online Reviews

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EuroGamer 7/10 Aug 17 '11
Games Radar 6/10 Aug 19 '11
Games Radar 6/10 Aug 19 '11
GameSpot 6.5/10 Sep 02 '11
Strategy Informer 8.0/10 Aug 16 '11
Worthplaying 8.0/10 Aug 26 '11
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Age of Empires Online Previews

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EuroGamer Mar 09 '11
Games Radar Jan 27 '11
Games Radar Aug 17 '11
GameSpot Feb 24 '11
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Gamespy Aug 11 '11
IGN PC Jan 25 '11
Strategy Informer May 16 '11
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"Free to slay."
"Homer nods."
" A few of us at GR are huge RTS nerds, and a few of us are MMO nerds, and yes, there is some crossover. We’re of the firm belief that any genre could be made into an MMO, and we’re dismayed that nearly every MMO out there is an RPG. We’ve pondered how it could be possible to make an MMORTS, and it hasn’t been easy to imagine a persistent world populated by players all fighting each other for world domination – especially since there’s the huge hurdle of how to deal with a player’s base when they’re not logged in. Age of Empires Online tackles this problem by not actually tackling it at all, and the result is a game that tenuously connects itself to the MMO moniker. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing at all – it’s just different from what we expected from an MMORTS, but then that’s because we favor multiplayer over single-player in RTS games... ..."
"We came, we saw, we conquered. And then we needlessly slaughtered our remaining foes while the game's disturbingly cheerful victory music played in the background. Yes, we've been plotting and planning our way through Age of Empires Online, but we're waiting to do a live test before we sign off on a final review. Until then... ..."
" After taking Age of Empires Online for an initial spin, we briefly removed our strategizing caps and stroking (followed by an audible “Hmmm”) beards to give you our first impressions. The short version? We were pleased with the game's offering of tiny, clickable men and assorted elements lifted right out from underneath World of Warcraft's colossal nose. Now, though... ..."
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