yup, yup it is, i see i acidently uploaded the troy scenario twice, they should both be the same though.
Posted on 06/18/04 @ 01:56 PM
No story at all. No explanation for anything. Why is troy at war with the greeks and spartans? What is the small purple force of persian allies standing around doing nothing down in a corner about? Why is your capital so uberly defended with tens of towers and the red fort? Why are there scholars and milita standing around all over the place, some even on top of mountains?
The game was far too easy, the enemies are limited to a tiny strip of land over an empty sea, and they never attack you on your huge continent. Not that they can succeed even if they tried against the overkill of towers.
You start off with a huge army, and all that needs to be done is build a few ships to allow your army to cross. Game over. Pointless.
[Edited on 06/18/04 @ 02:00 PM]
Posted on 07/31/04 @ 09:26 PM
Umm, can you please build a .SCE version of this? i don't have the expansion set.
Posted on 06/27/11 @ 06:54 PM
It was fun, even very fun, but there was a lack of changing in the scenario, you know like scripting it to make some changes and more interseting and having your ally also do something.
Defending the city was a really piece of cake, attacking the greeks and spartans was more challenging, although after sometime and a big enough army you get it too.
Iy was a creative scenario, the story you picked wasnt a one that is normally picked and in the game you had maging defending and attacking. although there was something missing there, and the scenario was unscripted at all.
Map Design: 4
IT was a really good map, the cities were rightly placed and maped and the map was almost as it was in the battle.
The story was good and the instructions clear. the names of the leaders and cities were correct too. the biggest problem in the scenario is that you forget it was the trojans who were defeated, and the the greeks and the spartans.
The scenario was good and enjoyable. it could be better though, just needs a little scripting.