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Empire Earth III

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Strategy
Publisher: Sierra Entertainment
Developer: Mad Doc Software

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'Empire Earth III' Demo Coming Soon

by Rainier on Oct. 31, 2007 @ 10:00 a.m. PDT

Empire Earth is the only RTS series that allows players to build and rule an empire from the ancient world to the distant future, battling it out across the globe through the eons in a bid for worldwide control. Unlike other RTS games that take away the spoils of victory, Empire Earth III will offer continuous free-form gameplay that will allow players to keep units from one battle to the next.

Empire Earth III builds upon the success of Empire Earth II and redefines RTS games with a truly global approach to world domination.

Empire Earth III is a real-time strategy (RTS) videogame that places the entire globe at the touch of the fingertips making the earth a canvas for the strategy mind. Gamers will build and command an enduring global empire with the goal of World Domination. Empire Earth III is one of the few strategy games that offers players the scale and scope to take an empire from the ancient world to the far future.

The pre-order campaign has already kicked-off at select retailers nationwide and features three exclusive unlockable units.

  • Machine Mortar (Far East Region, Future Epoch) – A genetically engineered soldier that launches a devastating, area-affect salvo of shells
  • Persian Mercenary (Middle East Region, Ancient Epoch) – An ambidextrous warrior armed with a pair of lethal blades
  • Urban Special Forces (West Region, Modern Epoch) – A highly disciplined, well-armed Urban Special Operations soldier

Empire Earth III, rated “T” for Teen, is scheduled for launch in North America on Nov. 6, 2007.

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