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Age Of Wonders - 1999 - ISO - BTW Game Download



Age of Empires II: The Age of KingsMain series titleIconGeneral informationDevelopersEnsemble StudiosPublishersMicrosoft GamesGenreReal-time strategyPlatformWindowsMac OSXPlayStation 2Release dateWindowsSeptember 30, 1999Mac OSXSeptember 30, 1999PlayStation 2November 2, 2001CompilationsCollectors EditionAge of Empires II: HD EditionExpansionsThe ConquerorsHD: The ForgottenHD: The African KingdomsHD: Rise of the RajasDE: The Last KhansDE: Lords of the WestDE: Dawn of the DukesDE: Dynasties of IndiaDE: Return of RomeRereleaseAge of Empires II: HD EditionAge of Empires II: Definitive EditionAge of Empires II: The Age of Kings is a real-time strategy computer game set in the Middle Ages. Developed by Ensemble Studios and published by Microsoft, it is the second main title of the Age of Empires series and was released in 1999.




Age Of Wonders - 1999 - ISO - BTW game download



What matters the most, however, is that even with a final cliffhanger that was clearly meant to be resolved in the next (as yet still unmade) chapter, this game is a masterpiece of interactive storytelling, a compelling example of what could still be achieved in a genre that was rapidly dwindling by 1999. The mesmerizing story of hidden secrets and mysteries, of blood and power, vampires and Templars, of lies that date back to ancient Egypt and earth-shattering truths about the progeny of Christ, features a solid cast of intriguing characters, all with an agenda of their own, and perhaps the best over-arching puzzle ever seen in an adventure, the multi-faceted Le Serpent Rouge. Even if a troublesome development history somewhat hampered the final product, as is occasionally evident in some ill-conceived design choices, the third and for now final chapter in the Gabriel Knight series remains one of the crowning storytelling achievements of all-time.


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