»… From a female point of view we can state that there are indeed female characters participating with special assigned roles. Lex for example is an important scientist
who sometimes appears alongside Ethan during missions, sharing her discoveries with him. She's a tough and intelligent personality
but cautions about divulging research which often proves critical to the campaigns. Oracle is the second female character
that comes into play. She's the voice of Raak, a god-like entity whose will unifies and informs the Raak-Zun tribes. According to the ritual, the Oracle was picked as a young girl and merged with the Raak's body and can interpret its will. She feels and fears that an ancient prophecy is coming true and that Raak and its tribes soon will undergo an apocalyptic severance. «
» Besides these two female characters, there's a female touch during the whole game thanks to the musical contribution of Austrian DJ Angina P.
With tribal, uplifting and adventurous sounds she truly knows how to combine well composed music with the game's atmosphere.
»… compare it with the weather and the sun is shining more and more, pointing out to the creating of patches to reduce bugs and making overall improvements by the vertex4 team. I had a blast playing this old-skool RTS game
and even found it more enjoyable
than the lately released Age of Empires or even the Settlers! It's the story
, the challenging campaigns
with varied objectives / strategies
, the easy controlling
, the graphics with good accompanied music and sound effects
that will inspire every RTS-gamer to achieve the very best
not only from her- or himself but also from the units on the battleground. "Acknowledged!" «
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