Act of Aggression Download Full Version
Act of Aggression is new Eugen Systems team announces the return to the golden age of RTS games by continuing the great Act of War. World powers gathered in the criminal organization Cartel turned to California. They set up their man for the president of a newly rogue state and head to TV to see what’s going to happen.
It was just a part of a bigger plan and a state-run strike in the United States, and that some US general was involved in the whole dungeon, and his company was made by a Chinese hacker and a Croatian Colonel, the leader of cartel mercenaries. The mission has 15, divided into one and per campaign.
The story is happening around good guys depicted in the US Army and Chimera factions that the player will alternately or simultaneously lead through the campaign, while missions in the Cartel side will be unlocked in line with progress through the main story. The important thing is that Cartel does not actually have a campaign in the true sense of the word, but his five missions are a look at the situation through which the player passes through the campaign, but from the angle of the opposing stand.
Missions conceptually irresistibly remind them of those seen in the first game, with maps and initial units slightly altered, but the basis, and even the order of mission is very similar. Loading the captured position causes all units stored in groups 1-9 to lose status and must be redistributed to groups again.
They are not a line or a trip out of the game without any explanation and almost always in the multiplex session. Servers go so far as to stumble, to completely omit the system ranking when creating a game, and against the beginner, put you with RTS professionals, ignoring completely the choice of the faction that players have chosen. The game mechanics has remained unchanged compared to the beta version.
Assembling resources and storing them at different locations is also present here. The same confusing system upgrades units in a million steps and without much sense. The Act of Aggression looks like the predecessor of Act of War games, not their inheritor. Absolutely in one aspect, it is not better than 10 and a half years old title.
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