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  • Summary: With Rise of Nations: Gold Edition, you can play both Rise of Nations and its expansion pack, Rise of Nations: Thrones and Patriots. Both games combine the epic scope of traditional turn-based strategy games with the fast-paced action of real-time strategy games. The expansion to Rise ofWith Rise of Nations: Gold Edition, you can play both Rise of Nations and its expansion pack, Rise of Nations: Thrones and Patriots. Both games combine the epic scope of traditional turn-based strategy games with the fast-paced action of real-time strategy games. The expansion to Rise of Nations, Thrones & Patriots adds new features to the original game, including nations, units, wonders of the world, government types, and single-player campaigns. Rise of Nations challenges you to amass powerful armies, build prosperous economies, and perform acts of diplomacy. Expand
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  1. Jan 4, 2012
    10
    A fantastic package to bring the entire Rise of Nations experience to your computer. If you are debating which game to play next, look noA fantastic package to bring the entire Rise of Nations experience to your computer. If you are debating which game to play next, look no further, because this game will please anyone who enjoys strategy. Expand
  2. Mar 30, 2014
    7
    A fairly good game, but sploit when the Industrial Age is achieved, and the game turns into a pointless rush for oil and weapons. TheA fairly good game, but sploit when the Industrial Age is achieved, and the game turns into a pointless rush for oil and weapons. The "real-time" aspect adds little to turn-based games such as Civilization, which I still prefer. Expand
  3. Nov 20, 2012
    7
    I love this game. I just wish there was a bit more of the 'world-building' dynamic that makes Civilization IV one of my favorite games ever.I love this game. I just wish there was a bit more of the 'world-building' dynamic that makes Civilization IV one of my favorite games ever. The strategy is great, but I want more diplomacy options, I want to have the option of building a civilization strong without being required to resort to constant war in order to enjoy the process. Expand