The Lord of the Rings: The Third Age
The Lord of the Rings: The Third Age is a Turn-based Combat, Role-playing, Co-op, Single, and Multiplayer video game developed and published by Electronic Arts. The gameplay of the game is split into two different modes as Third-person Exploration and Turn-based Combat. The game offers multiple areas, and each area of the game offers multiple quests to complete to reach the next area, and all the locations provide hundreds of optional side-quests. In third-person exploration mode, the HUD displays on a map with the current missions. In this mode, the player can freely move in the game world, interact with the non-player characters, and the environment takes quests and try to complete them all.
During the exploration, the player can encounter multiple enemies. The turn-based battle mode of the game is similar to the Final Fantasy X video game series that offers an Active Time Battle system and a Conditional Turn-based System. The Lord of the Rings: The Third Age also provides a mini-game called Evil Mode in which the player can control the forces of the Sauron and battle against the main player character. Each location of the game provides a set amount of battle which the player can’t save. Impressive action-packed gameplay, a well-written storyline, and beautiful visual details are a few of its core features. The Lord of the Rings: The Third Age is an excellent game compared to the other genres.
Sid Meier’s Civilization IV: Beyond the Sword is the 2nd major expansion pack for the Turn-based Strategy video game of Civilization IV. The expansion pack focuses on the adding content to the in-game periods following the invention of Gunpowder and more general content such as 11 new scenarios, 16 new leaders, and ten new civilizations, etc. The corporation is a new gameplay feature of the game similar to the religion feature that allows the player to create his corporation and spread them through the world. Each corporation provides benefits in exchange for certain resources. Expanded Diplomatic Victory, Random Events, Espionage, Advance Starts and Expanded Space victory are also a feature of the Beyond the Sword. The game also introduces lots of new technology which the player can unlock after the progress by using his experience points. With enhanced game setting, great mechanics, and brilliant visual details. Sid Meier’s Civilization IV: Beyond the Sword is one of the best expansion pack of the original game of Civilization IV.
Civilization II is a Turn-based Strategy, Single and Multiplayer video game developed and published by MicroProse. It offers similar gameplay to the first Civilization with some exciting change to the multiple units, world wonders, civilization, and technologies. It changes the game graphics from a top-down view to an isometric representation. The AI was improved as well as including the elimination of the random events by now making the computer player through the same protection requirement as the human player. Civilization II also introduce new concepts such as hit points and firepower, and changes to some unit strengths and abilities. According to the gameplay, the player can choose one of various civilization and get into the game world with the aim of to expand this area by building the numbers of buildings and units. Just like the previous game it also consists of multiple levels, and each new level offers more enjoyable gameplay of the last one. Civilization II offers enhanced game mechanics and beautiful visual details.