March of Empires: War of Lords


This time we are going to talk about a strategy game published by Gameloft, which many have called attention to several of its similarities with other great classics of the genre. We are talking about March of Empires, a strategy title based on the old school call but with several online elements that make it very playable and fun.

If you played gems like that legendary universal Europe then you will quickly adapt to the mechanics of the game, it also gives you a slight touch of favorite game but it is only for basic things such as fighting troops. Within this game we have a mixture of strategy in real time.

So run your empire in the best way to be the greatest of them all and compete with your opponents in the multiplayer of this great game.

When you finish granting the basic improvements to your city and structures, it's time to start creating your army from scratch, that is, with some classic spearmen and minor knights. This army is of vital importance to go claiming minor lands and of course defend you from the attacks of enemy armies.

Since this game works with a constant online component, you'll have to keep an eye on your army so you do not stay behind and can defend your opponents. The combats take place in the background, so that while we are going to be able to pay attention to other slopes in the city.

Once the fighting is over, we are able to observe the repetition of the confrontation and thus evaluate how this resulted in the placement of each unit. Although if we plan to think that our soldiers are going to lose, it becomes an online option in which we can spend resources on more combat units, increasing the level of weapons and equipment of our soldiers.

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*Chooses who to be at the beginning: at the start it is possible to choose between 1 of 3 kingdom leaders: a king, a Tsar (who would be like a monarch of the Slavic territories) and a Sultan (s) as the ruler of some lands of Arabia and Islamic countries).

*Very different characters: although many may think that the change between the main characters is only aesthetic, the truth is that it is not so because each of them gives you different bonuses when in full play. For example, the king increases the construction speed of each structure by 15%, the Tsar makes you receive more quickly the improvements you are investigating for your army and the Sultan provides 15% in the attack power of your cavalry.

*Game mode: once the game has started, the computer will help you to see the basic tasks you must follow to properly form your empire and how to train your troops. As in other games of this style, at the beginning it consists of giving many improvements to everything that gives you more resources since resources are everything when forming your axis.

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