Empire: World War 3 – review


Empire: World War 3 is the latest instalment in the long-running Empire strategy game series. Developed by the same team behind the popular ‘Starcraft’ and ‘Age of Empires’ games, it promises to bring a whole new level of intensity to real-time strategy gaming. But how does this game shape up when compared to its predecessors? In this review, we’ll explore all aspects of Empire: World War 3, including its visuals, gameplay, music, and more. Read on to see if this game is worth investing your time in or not.

The storyline

The storyline of Empire: World War 3 is excellent. The game starts in the year 1914, and the player takes control of one of the world’s major powers. The goal is to achieve victory in World War I by either conquering all of the other major powers, or by winning a decisive victory on the battlefield.

The game features a unique turn-based system that allows for a great deal of strategic planning. Each turn represents one week of real time, and players must carefully consider their actions before taking them. There are many different types of units available, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. Players must use their units wisely in order to win battles and ultimately achieve victory.

Empire: World War is an excellent strategy game with a well-crafted storyline. It is easy to learn and provides a great deal of challenge. Players who enjoy strategy games will definitely enjoy this game.

The graphics

World War Z is a visually impressive game. The graphics are top notch and the game looks great on the PlayStation 4. The environments are well designed and the character models look good. The zombies are particularly well done, with their rotten flesh and bloodied clothes. However, there are some technical issues with the graphics. The frame rate can drop at times, especially during large battles. There are also some aliasing issues. Overall, though, the graphics are very good.

The gameplay

Empire: World War is a strategy game that allows players to experience the thrill of battle on a global scale. Through the game, players can control entire armies and navies, as well as build and manage their own cities. The game also features a number of different modes, including singleplayer and multiplayer, as well as a campaign mode.

The gameplay in Empire: World War is extremely detailed and allows players to really get immersed in the action. The game features a large number of units and buildings, as well as a variety of different terrains. Players will need to carefully consider their strategies in order to succeed. The game also includes a number of different objectives that need to be completed in order to win.

Empire: World War is an excellent strategy game that offers players a huge amount of content. The game is extremely challenging and provides an immense amount of replay value. It is definitely worth checking out for fans of strategy games.

The sound

The sound in Empire: World War is top notch. The music is fitting and the sound effects are top notch. I did not experience any lag or issues with the audio.

The verdict

The game is visually stunning, with excellent graphics and sound. The gameplay is exciting and challenging, with a great variety of missions and objectives. The game is well worth the price, and is a must-have for any fan of strategy games.