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Rise of Nations: Thrones and Patriots introduces six new nations, four unique single-player campaigns, more than 20 original units, new wonders, and new government types. Unlike other historical RTS games, the Rise of Nations franchise allows gamers to quickly play through eight historical epochs of time from the Ancient Age to the Information Age.
I liked this game but I feel it is too biased and not historically accurate.
First of all, too much attention and bonus features is given to the Americans. Read more
This review is a follow-up to the one I posted for the standard Rise of Nations game titled "Oh My Cannons"... Read morePublished on June 10 2004 by M. DiSpirito
This is a great strategy game. Make governments to raise commerce or military strength. I can play this game for hours every day. It is very hard to beat. Read morePublished on June 9 2004 by Johan Sebastian Bach
Good Lord, this is an Awesome game!!!!
If you like strategy war games this is the game for you! It's "Age of Empires II" meets "Command and Conquer". Read more
I am a big fan of Rise of the Nations! I think it combines the best things of Civilization series and the Starcraft series... making me addicted to this darn game. Read morePublished on May 31 2004 by Rudolph Tan
I really loved Rise of Nations but I wanted more from the Conquer the World Single player. Thrones and Patriots delivers on this. Now the world map is playable in cool campaigns. Read morePublished on May 29 2004
Rise of Nations was a really fun game, but with the addition of Thrones and Patriots the game has gained a great deal of depth. Read morePublished on May 28 2004
If you have 30 dollars to kill, then youll still enjoy it. I'm not saying that the expansion is a bad game, I just think that for all the things you get in the amazing basic Rise... Read morePublished on May 27 2004 by Tom
This expasion improved the game alot. The new armys make the take over the world campaigns more interesting. I also like the alt take over the world campaigns. Read morePublished on May 23 2004 by FRED C NEHREN JR