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Earth 2160

Released on 02 September 2005

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EARTH 2160 is the official sequel of the award winning, very popular and top selling EARTH series and continues the brand of Earth 2140 and Earth 2150.
Only a few thousand humans managed to escape from the Earth before its collapse in 2150 A.D. They spent the next few years on the terra forming of the red planet, developing new technologies and building up new civilisations. Somehow each of the three factions "Eurasian Dynasty", "United Civilised States" and "Lunar Corporation" did this independently and separately from each other - but in the year 2160 something strange happens in this new world. If ED, UCS and LC join forces or continue their old war against each other - is possibly now, up to the player.
Beside the usual venues in the solar system, there are some strange looking locations: planets with moving and reflecting liquid surfaces. And beside the standard RTS - resource acquisition, base building and destruction of enemy bases, the year 2160 will have some adventure inspired tasks for the players.
  • 4 playable parties with different basic technologies and abilities
  • Each party consists of more than 13 basic buildings and more than 13 basic units
  • Various enemy races, special units and NPC's
  • 4 single player campaigns, each with 7 missions.
  • Skirmish mode with 10 maps
  • 4 Multiplayer modes with 10 maps
  • Multiplayer game saves and joining of running matches
  • EarthNet Server with ladder and league support
  • Each party has more than 13 basic buildings and more than 13 basic unit chassis
  • Modular Unit construction system. Each unit can be created from modular parts: chassis, armour, engine, boosters, cannons (up to 8 cannons), shield generator and modulation of particle weapons and shields. The number of different unit configurations is not countable

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I loved Earth 2150 and Lost Souls. They were flawed with relatively poor AI, but the diverse game structure was so deep it became an absorbing experience.

Earth 2160 jumps into a new graphics engine, and it does look very pretty, but sadly the gameplay mechanics feel dated and ill thoughout. The depth of the previous games is still there, but it doesn't feel as exciting. The voice acting is awful and the use of special characters is not implemented to great effect. The main problem I have with Earth 2160 is the use of infantry, whereas previously it was tanks and robots. Although the game engine is technologically advanced, the infantry are poorly animated and offer very limited tactical value.

A deep game but lacks excitement and innovation.

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Players1-8
Minimum RequirementsMinimum Requirements:
PC with Pentium IV processor or equal AMD (1500+ processor)
Windows 2000 or XP Home / Professional
512 MB RAM
DirectX TM 8.1 compatible Video card with 128 MB RAM (GeForce 3, GeForce 4 TI, ATI RadeOn 9000+ etc.)
DVD-ROM drive
DirectX compatible sound card
Windows R compatible mouse and keyboard
1.5 GB free disk space

Recommended Requirements:
PC with Pentium IV processor or equal AMD (1500+ processor)
Windows XP Home / Professional
512 MB RAM
DirectX 9.0c compatible Video card with 256 MB RAM (GeForce FX better 6800 Ultra, ATI RadeOn 9800+ etc.)
DVD-ROM drive
DirectX TM compatible sound card
Windows R compatible mouse and keyboard
2.0 GB free disk space