Microsoft Studios brings you three epic Age of Empires III games in one monumental collection for the first time.
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Immerse yourself in the award-winning strategy experience. Microsoft Studios brings you three epic Age of Empires III games in one monumental collection for the first time. Command mighty European powers looking to explore new lands in the New World; or jump eastward to Asia and determine the outcome of its struggles for power.

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    • OS:Windows XP
    • Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo 2.2 GHz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 2.0 GHz
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:64 MB NVIDIA GeForce 6800 or ATI Radeon X1300
    • DirectX®:dx90c
    • Hard Drive:12 GB HD space
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Gandhi
( 114.7 hrs em registo )
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Used to play the old ones as a kid and even though this game is now pretty old itself brings back good memories
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I have no idea wat im doing
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KarmaticCones
( 11.5 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 3 Maio
Having started my AoE experience with Age of Empires II back when it came out, I started playing this game with a high level of Skepticism. At first I didn't even really like it, it felt awkward to me, and perhaps I was a bit biased since I favor AoE2 (and still do). In fact I even stopped playing this altogether for several months. But I finally came back to it with an open mind, and ya know what... after completing the first campaign... it grew on me a little and started to win me over. It's not as great as its predecessor. But still quite fun and deserves its own place in your gaming library!
BamAlakazam
( 95.6 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 3 Maio
With the Warlords Edition, you basically get to recreate the trail of tears with any tribe you want! what more can be said!

10/10 would destroy canoes with massive warships again.
TheLowSpecComputerDude
( 80.6 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 3 Maio
Just gets boring and it wont let me play multiplayer on a steam account.
de_Sar
( 640.5 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 3 Maio
Well, let's just say that the community is small but still great, the game is absolutely fine and regardless of the age you can have fun.
sevanaborisi
( 5.0 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 2 Maio
Best game by far
Expert Locksmith
( 41.6 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 2 Maio
♥♥♥♥ game, dead community. Just buy AOE 2 if you want a good RTS
Slippery Snake
( 410.5 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 1 Maio
i wish servers are up 24/7
LaGGer
( 19.1 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 30 Abril
Age of empires 3 is a great game, with that being said I would only buy it if you are interested in single player. The online servers are ALWAYS having issues so playing online is hit or miss.
avikbellic911
( 0.4 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 30 Abril
Best Game i ever had bought in my life, the series AOE was my childhood and now it came to this much! I love it! I just love the game! I just pray microsoft makes a Sequel in future!
CmdrStrogg
( 265.7 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 30 Abril
[I made tried to make this very informative for people who are considering buying the geam]

This is the one rts I continuously return to time and time again.

Comparably to other AoE (Age of Empires) games its a bit smaller, limmited units selected (50 units per), some units use a "Build Limmit" mechanic instead of population (mainly ships and some units), a Max unit count for each person is 200 (220 for chinese), and some buildings use the "Build Limmit" function (mainly Defence buildings), and i think thats it for the "Small Factor"

|:Some Points:|

The gameplay seems a bit more faster than that of pervious AoE games.

There are 3 base resources: Food, Wood, Coin, and an extra for Asian civs, Export.

There are 14 Civs: 8 Base Civs, 3 Native American Civs, and 3 Asian Civs.

Some of the civs play very alike which is kinda lame but they all have there own uniquenesses.

The maps are pretty decent. not really sure what i can add to that.

before starting you can set the match to start in any of the ages (Nomad - Imperial)

The Campaign is pretty cool, but I find the main thing is the skirmish and multiplayer


|:Home Cities:|
When choosing a Civ to play as you create a "Home City" with it, you can name the City and the Explorer that comes with it (The Explorer is basically a "Hero" unit).

With each Home City you can choose "Shipments" to send out during a match, Shipments act as cards you can send out to give yourself a little buff or to completly changing your strategy.

And with the Shipment Function comes the Leveling Feature, you start out at level 10 and you get to choose 9 cards to unlock, and with each level up you get 1 point to spend on a card to put into your deck. These cards will always stay in your deck but most cards can only be sent out once per match.

|:XP notes:|

As you play in a match you automatically generate XP which is what levels you up and lets you send out Shipments during a match, you need a certain amount of XP per shipment point and this increases with each point granted to a point.

you also get XP for building, destroying, fighting, and you can also find treasures that can grant you XP, resources, and Buffs to specific things in some cases

with leveling up, with the base civs you gain more "politicians" to side with when ageing up during a match.


|:Civs:|

this is just a personnel summary for each civ

Base:
Spanish- they get XP faster and shipments are sent faster aswell, they like dogs and sword men

British- They have manor houses which spawn settlers when built and have rockets!

French- There settlers are replaced with a cooler better all around guy, which is cool

Portugese- They get a Machine Cannon like unit called the "Organ Gun", pretty cool m8.

Dutch- Money hungery, bank building, money people...

Russians- Make hordes of furcoat men armed with sticks, and at lvl25 can build forts with musketeers with Shipment

Germans- best with plantations and mills when using Settler Wagons and there sword people are scary, they have capes

Ottomans- they birth settlers for free, have biggest cannon, and fairlymuch easiest out of Base civs to play.

Warchiefs:

Iroquois- only native with cannon, stealthy, and dance pit can make free building unit

Sioux- no houses required, very cavalry, special dance pit unit: Dog Soldier, Super Lance Horse

Aztecs- WarriorPriests Dance best at dance pit, only infantry, IMO: best Native Civ, Special Unit: Skull Knight

Note: all WarChief civs get a dance pit which give special abilities like generate xp, make explorer better, summon special unit, make buildings better, that kind of stuff

Asian Dynasties:

Chinese: Also very Hordey, units are in "Banner Armies", Villages replace houses and Livestock Pen, best with Export Gen

Indians: Settlers made of wood, sacred fields/livestock generate XP, Elephant Cavalry is tanky

Japanese: Houses are shrines which generate Resources of your choice, cant hunt, IMO/widely considered OP as FLIPPER

NOTE: all Asian Civs can generate Export through having your settlers work, and you can spend that Export in the Consulate, which through the Consulate you alliance with a civ depending on who you play as and your home city level.


|:Side stuff:|

if you do want to get this, and have a friend to play it with, i recomend the service GameRanger, its one of the more simpler LAN esc services out there, and the ESO servers from what i hear tend to go offline alot, with GameRanger its basically like using lan so if you wnated you could level up for civ in singleplayer unlike ESO (to my knowlege).

If i think to add anything ill try to. gosh darn im tired...
BattleCrap
( 17.6 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 29 Abril
Fun game, but overpriced, would pay $20usd.
Pretty sure has always needed patching, bugs and balance issues. Some parts of game weren't correctly refined/thought about with regards to competitive play. Patch 1.xx - 1.14 06/09/10 zzzZZZzzZZzzZz - pretty sure this is latest.

Wait for good steam sale if wanting to buy or look on ♥♥♥/online.
Blurryface
( 367.8 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 28 Abril
lag switch simulator the game
FrozenShadow25
( 9.2 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 28 Abril
THIS GAME IS PRO YOU SHOULD GET IT ITS SUPER GOOD
Davis10
( 53.8 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 28 Abril
É um bom jogo para fãs de AOE
seedyH
( 42.6 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 27 Abril
I played this game for years in the past and can't begin to imagine the hours I spent. I bought the collection recently for $40 and can never get on ESO's servers. What a ♥♥♥♥ing joke.

If you want to play online at all, DO NOT BUY THIS GAME. PERIOD. This game was released on October 18, 2005. At the time I write this review it's April 27, 2016. That's 3,844 ♥♥♥♥ing days to get your ♥♥♥♥ together and keep servers for such a simple game up. Either stop the service, or fix the service. Don't ♥♥♥♥ people out of $40 and give them a pile of ♥♥♥♥ when they wanted AoE III.
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É um bom jogo para fãs de AOE
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While singleplayer is pretty boring, AoE III is one of the most fun RTS games in multiplayer. Factions play differently, some feel like totally different game, but at the same time they are well balanced. This also forces use of different tactics against different kinds of enemies. There is an abundance of units and buildings, and the game is fast-paced. The graphics are amazing even today, AoE III is one of the best looking RTS games I've seen. The multiplayer is well alive even today, after so many years. I definitely recommend getting this game for every RTS fan. The only thing is that you shouldn't expect a game similar to AoE or AoE II as AoE III is a different game, however, even better in multiplayer in every way.
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This game is a classic RTS experience which can be enjoyed by anyone from a novice right up to strategic masters, I have been playing this game since release and was so impressed by the amount of times I have returned to this game after a few months break has made it worth every penny for a re-purchase on steam. If you enjoy games that envolve collecting resources and a large quantity of military and economic micromanagement then this game is for you!

The multiplayer is what makes this game fantastic, the community are amazing and the battles even more impressive. The graphics even to this day are impressive so this is not a game to hold back on and is very well optimised for even the oldest and slowest of computers, if your looking for a game to keep dragging you back, this is the it!

My only comments on improvement would be the reliability of the servers as of recent, there has been a few times I have failed to connect (I know they have maintenance on tuesdays, good to see they are still keeping the servers updated!), but with a good NAT type this shouldn't be an issue!

My Rating - 8/10
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A huge big YES.

I have followed and been loyal to the Age of Empires series since it was first released and I still think that I owe my whole career (foreign language teacher and translator) to this game as this is where I was exposed to foreign languages for the first time.

Aside from that, Age of Empires just has the perfect blend of city building and combat mixed in with some micromanagement (especially in AOEIII) which has sometimes resulted in having multiplayer games lasting more than 4 hours at a time, 4v4.

I will always cherish this game and come back to it, especially AOEIII as it's set in one of my favourite time periods in world history. I would recommend buying both expansions though if you have to choose, get the War Chiefs as it adds a certain 'something' that I don't think Asian Dynasties got quite right.

I'm still hoping that one day, just one day, there will be an AOE IV and maybe even V and VI, maybe set in WW1, WW2 and Cold War era?
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If you're an Age of Empires fan then I can't believe you havent bought this yet. If you're new to the series I would suggest playing AOE 2 first. This is still a great game with awesome new features that will keep you playing for hours.
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As a big lover of Caribbean colonial era.. this game is one of the best I've encountered in that genre.
Graphics, simulation & UI is perfect for me. In my whole life, I bought 4 copies of this game.. 3 of them I lost but the 4th is on Steam so it will be with me and my future generations for good. =)
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if you're a master at bailing out your teammates and fending off 50,000 enemy calvary troops at the same time, this is the game for you. the AI are so unforgivingly diffcult, they still rushed with all upgrades on the largest stock map in the game. I've won ONCE, on moderate difficulty, after 7 and a half hours. its a great game, even at full price.


10/10 would not help the british again
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BEST GAME I HAVE EVER PLAYED MY ENTIRE LIFE, stressfull at times, but dont give up. Been playing since 2005... MICROSOFT. WE.NEED.A.AGE.OF.EMPIRES.4 PLEASE!!!!!!!
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Having started my AoE experience with Age of Empires II back when it came out, I started playing this game with a high level of Skepticism. At first I didn't even really like it, it felt awkward to me, and perhaps I was a bit biased since I favor AoE2 (and still do). In fact I even stopped playing this altogether for several months. But I finally came back to it with an open mind, and ya know what... after completing the first campaign... it grew on me a little and started to win me over. It's not as great as its predecessor. But still quite fun and deserves its own place in your gaming library!
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Best Game i ever had bought in my life, the series AOE was my childhood and now it came to this much! I love it! I just love the game! I just pray microsoft makes a Sequel in future!
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One does not simply buy Age of Empires III in 2016.
But when I do, it's because this game knows no age.
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THIS GAME IS PRO YOU SHOULD GET IT ITS SUPER GOOD
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I had this game (sans expansions) as a series of burned discs I would occasionally borrow from a friend. I say friend, what I really mean is "guy I sat next to in visual basic." Regardless of who he was, I got to play AoE3 from start to finish back in highschool

When it comes to the third game in the series, most people completely ignored the good about AoE3. I recall all my friends going on long, nonsensical tirades against AoE3. Mostly due to two things. The first, and most often bi*ched about, was the new twist on gameplay. AoE3 gameplay is basically the same as the first two games except for one major difference; the home city. The home city is a mechanic in AoE3 that allows you to recieve relief supplies from your civs capital. Everything from general supplies (wood, meat, gold) to extra soldiers (some of which can only be obtained from the home city.) Why this mechanic should stir everyones bile, I will never understand. The second was the story. AoE2 had several campaigns in which you controlled historical figures and reenacted historical events. AoE3 has a single campaign (unless you have the expansions) centered around a shady, almost illuminati type group trying to seize control of the fountain of youth. Pure fantasy, but well written. My friends though, sh*t on it. Back then, AoE players were a bit like todays SMASH players. Speaking of multiplayer...

Microsoft has decided you must use there servers to play online. As far as I can tell, you cannot play LAN and you can't host your own internet server. The real problem is that microsofts servers dont seem to work, as they are down almost all the time. Check the community hub for details. Fortunately (for me) this whole multiplayer clusterf*ck doesn't effect me. I mostly play skirmish.

Another issue is the price, what is with some companies (bethesda and microsoft) that they feel their games don't depriciate? Age of Empires 3 was released in October of 2005, and as of the writing of this review, it costs 40$. 40 f*ckin bucks for a game released ten years ago, holy sh*t, the price has dropped a grand total of 10$. One dollar a year. Buy this game on sale, or from a bundle. I do reccomend this game, but if you are paying 40$ for it, you are being ripped off.
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I played this game for years in the past and can't begin to imagine the hours I spent. I bought the collection recently for $40 and can never get on ESO's servers. What a ♥♥♥♥ing joke.

If you want to play online at all, DO NOT BUY THIS GAME. PERIOD. This game was released on October 18, 2005. At the time I write this review it's April 27, 2016. That's 3,844 ♥♥♥♥ing days to get your ♥♥♥♥ together and keep servers for such a simple game up. Either stop the service, or fix the service. Don't ♥♥♥♥ people out of $40 and give them a pile of ♥♥♥♥ when they wanted AoE III.
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Awesome game, maybe one day they'll make a 4th.
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Age Of Empires III, like its predecessor, is a classical among RTS games, with good reason. During the Age of Discoveries, you will choose one nation between fourteen (eight in the original game, plus three in The War Chiefs and more three in The Asian Dynasties) to fight for. The game's mechanics are those familiar to anyone who is a little more experienced with RTS, but with great improvements as well. Now, the main aspects of the game.

The Economy:
There are three resources to collect in order to grow up your colony: Food, Wood and Coin. Food can be harvested by foraging, hunting, fishing, herding and farming. Wood is obatined by chopping down trees and Coin is acquired through mining, whaling and Plantations. Resource exchange is also available at the Market, and you can send Crates of any resource from your Home City too. The Asians also use Export, which allows them to establish diplomatic ties with European allies at their Consulate, giving access to various improvements and unit reiforcements. A permanent bonus is also given, as long as you maintain the diplomatic ties.

Experience Points:
You earn Experince Points by training units, building structures and defeating enemies. Some improvements also give you Experience Points. Use these to send shipments from your Home City; you can build a deck with the cards of shipments you want.

Decks:
By acquiring enough Experience, your Home City levels up. In the process, you unlock new cards to build your deck. European Home Cities can also unlock Customizations. There is a maximum of 25 cards per deck, but you can build various decks per Home City.

Advancing through Ages:
In order to grown up, you have to advance to the next Age (there are five) and unlock new units, buildings and improvements. Europeans do so by choosing a politician, which also gives gifts after you reach the new Age, like Resource Crates or units. Native Americans advance through Ages in a similar fashion to the Europeans, choosing a council tribe member, which often gives you a permanent bonus, like economical enhancements, and sometimes a group of units. Finally, the Asians advance through Ages by building Monuments, which grants you resources and units upon completion and enables permanent bonuses as well, sometimes a powerful active ability.

Trade and Native Sites:
These are placed around the maps. By building a Trading Post at them, you will have access to a constant flow of resource or Experience shipments (for Trade Routes) or to the natives improvements and warriors (Native Site). There is an option in the game that let you win after holding all these sites for a determined time.

Explorers and Treasures:
Every nation has its hero unit, which cannot die; he just falls unconscious, waiting to be rescued (by sending units near him or by paying his ransom). He can build Trade Posts, Town Centers and is very powerful in combat. Those of Europeans (Explorers) also have sniping abilities and lovely dogs to help them explore, while the Native Americans have War Chiefs, with auras to enhance other units. Asians have Monks, which come in pairs, all with powerful combat capabilities. Treasures are scattered around the map as well, and are picked up by Explorers.

The Civilizations:
There are three groups of civilizations, namely Europeans, Native Americans and Asians. Those nations of each group share similarities between them. The playable civilizations are the followimg:
For the Europeans, we have the Spanish, British, French, Portuguese, Dutch, Germans, Russians and Ottomans.
For the Native Americans, the Iroquois, Sioux and Aztecs.
For the Asians, the Japanese, Chinese and Indians.
Now, their main traits.

Spanish: get Experience Points faster than other nations.

British: building Manor Houses spawns free Settlers.

French: have Coureur des Bois instead of normal Settlers. These are more expensive but more effective at work and in combat. They also start the game with a Native Scout.

Portuguese: advancing through Ages grants you a Covered Wagon (to deploy Town Centers) for free. Their Explorer have a Spyglass ability.

Dutch: Settlers cost Coin instead of Food and they can build Banks to produce Coin automatically.

Germans: receive from two to four cavalry units (Uhlan) with every shipment sent from Home City.

Russians: train Settlers and infantry in blocks and build Blockhouses, a mix between a Barracks and a defensive tower.

Ottomans: spawn free Settlers from the Town Center.

Iroquois: spawn Travois for building structures for free.

Sioux: starts with all population slots (200), build Teepees instead of Houses, which enhances nearby units.

Aztecs: have a Warrior Priest, which can heal units and fight, and if tasked to dance around a Fire Pit, he will count as two Settlers, making the effects of the dance stronger.

Japanese (my favorites): they cannot hunt, but start with Cherry Orchards for foraging. Build Shrines that act like Houses and generate resources; attracting wild animals you will enhance the resource income. They can send most of their shipments twice.

Chinese: build Banner Armies (a mix of units), can reach 220 population slots and build Villages instead of Houses, which hold more population, can house their Villagers during attacks and train animals for herding.

Indians: Villagers cost Wood instead of Food, they get a free Villager for every shipment sent from Home City and they cannot herd Cows, sending them to Sacred Fields to generate Experience Points instead.

Now, the Pros and Cons.

Pros:
1) Innovative deck mechanic; you can send cards to help you during your games;
2) Various civilizations to choose, and they are balanced;
3) Great graphics;
4) Nice soundtrack;
5) Great single player campaign, with many missions to play;
6) Multiplayer is very pleasing here, there are even cards sent to help the team in Cooperative games;
7) Scenario Editor allows you to create your own maps for playing alone or with your friends.

Cons:
1) Sometimes the AI do pretty odd things, like some artillery units wandering around for no reason or units getting stucked inside objects.

Final Verdict: 9/10

An excellent game. A must have for those who love RTS games. Its solid features allow you to keep playing it in both single player and multiplayer modes. It is also very nice to develop your colony at its full capacity then launch a massive attack against your foes! Truly one of the greatest titles among RTS games.
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At the first of all , i can clearyly say that ;

ITS A PERFECT GAME

But multiplayer is dead after years of service. So if you are planing to buy this game for online play its too late. After the last upgrade they made for the online play servers , its just keep crashing on prime times (weekends esp.) . There are rumors that microsoft do not want people to play this game any more.

Game is good , online comunity was active but everything is going down so sooonn....
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Publicada: 22 Abril
This game is very nice, but I do not recommend it because Steam/Microsoft are not supporting its multiplayer!
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Age of empires 3 is a great game, with that being said I would only buy it if you are interested in single player. The online servers are ALWAYS having issues so playing online is hit or miss.
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