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#1 Phoenix Rising

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Posted 30 May 2010 - 04:24 AM

Hard to believe Empire at War is over four years old now, which inevitably means it's becoming more and more difficult to find a copy of it at the local retail, despite some pretty big releases still pending from the mod community. If you're looking forward to any of these titles, but don't already own a copy of the original game and expansion, are you simply out of luck when it comes to this exclusive content?

Fortunately with the recent addition of the Gold Pack to Steam, conversions like PR can live on years after the game has disappeared from stores. On top of that good news, Petroglyph and Petrolution want to give you a copy for free. This is the perfect opportunity to check out the countless hours of replay value offered by the community, all for the price of a click. Follow the banner!

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#2 evilbobthebob

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Posted 30 May 2010 - 03:29 PM

I'm glad it's on Steam, and that's a nice idea to get people to notice it once more. Hopefully there will be an influx of new players; there usually is when Steam releases a game.

Hehe, I just checked it out, and Petroglyph/Lucasarts have gone and used a number of the really old promo screenshots, a number of which will not actually appear in the game in the same way ><

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#3 Invadious

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Posted 19 June 2010 - 05:56 PM

It's a good thing this game will be able to exist longer due to this release. But that won't change the fact that I still prefer a hard copy of the actual game :crazed: . Has this release actually showed any increase in popularity for this mod in terms of downloads or page views?



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