Age of Empires: Definitive Edition Crack With Keygen Latest 2020

Age of Empires: Definitive Edition In 1997, Age of Empires changed RTS games forever. Today, twenty years later, Age of Empires: Definitive Edition begins that transformation anew with all-new graphics, remastered sound and music, and a smooth UI experience rebuilt from the ground up.
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Platform PC Windows
Rating 72 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1513
Genre Strategy, Real-Time, Command
Company / Developer
Microsoft Game Studios / Microsoft Game Studios
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Age of Empires: Definitive Edition reviews ( 7 )

cyberwolf84, Mar 3, 2018

A good remaster. No one has expected big changes in gameplay. It´s still AOE only with much better grphics and soundtrack. Sadly that AI is not improved and that you can buy game only on Microsoft store.

socokid, Feb 23, 2018

LOL, the two current 1 scores are from the "same" person. Joined on the same day, only one post, and they say almost exactly the same thing (complaining about no Steam release). This is why Metracritic user scores stink. CLEAR spamming. All the time. BUT, this is the same game, clearly, but with better/smoother visuals. I personally enjoy it, but I could see how those that have never played it would find it a tad out dated.

morventhus, Feb 25, 2018

If you already own the game and it runs on your computer fine there aint no reason to get this. Its just a nice spitshine of paint and new music. I actually kind of miss the pixel art. Game plays same as you remember it. So ill give it the same review score I did to the first one.

Esaud87, Mar 9, 2018

After playing the Greek campaign and some random map vs AI, this is my main list of Pros and Cons: Pros: 1.- Nice graphical visuals and sound effects improvements. 2.- Population limit for random maps now can be more than 50. 3.- Some gameplay improvements: Farms are easier to build and you can pass through them, inactive villager button, you can build even if there is a tree or animal in the place, and you can pass through buildings if they are not built yet 4. You have a narrator before and after every campaign scenario. 5. You have the tech trees button for every civilization (just like AOE 2). 6. Amazing building destruction sprites. Cons: 1.- Same old AI, even sometimes the pathfinding is somehow worse than the original game (Example: A group of villagers trying to collect food from forage bushes on a narrow space) 2.- Civilizations controlled by the AI is the same, plays bad even in Hard difficulty : Develops too few technologies, in water maps it sends villagers to get resources very far from the base so it losses a lot of them, it does not take care about its villagers, 5 from 10 times (approx) it build defenses in isolate places that do not defend the base or close-base resources, and does not know how to counter attack TIP: If you like to play skirmish mode in solitary (like me), just play on maps with 0% water, for some reason the AI only in this kind of maps does not commit suicide with the villagers. 3.- No basic formations or basic commands such as guard, follow, passive, aggressive, defensive behavior. 4.- No information about how many villagers are working on different resources. 5.- Can not queue more than one kind of units in one building. 6.- No modding capability. 7. Small personal detail: In the original version, dead units would start to decay, before becoming skeletons, before fading out. In the Definitive edition that decomposition detail is lost. I know that Devs say that "this is not a bug/basic limitation, it is a feature!". Old basic limitations/bugs have no reason for existing in a modern remake, so I hope that Forgotten empires are still working and creating a nice Age of Empires definitive edition such as nowadays Age of Empires 2 HD in Steam.

sgy0003, Feb 25, 2018

While everyone is too busy complaining about this game being on the Microsoft Store, I will focus my review on the actual game; It's a one step forward and.....that's it. You still got the same gameplay, same campaign and scenarios, and same mechanics. The supposed "Improved pathfinding" is a hit-or-miss because it literally does not work for half the time and you have to manually guide each unit. I'll give credit where its due though, and that is in the graphics enhancement and population increase. This means your empire will look even grander than before. In the end, this game deserves at least 6/10 IMHO

billcorr, Mar 6, 2018

Could not get the game to start. Used Microsoft's online live agent to obtain a refund. (but the thing is, I was able to play about a dozen games. Then the loading screen went crazy. The game-play was fine.) The good thing is, Microsoft's live agent tried to troubleshoot the problem (to no avail) and then transferred me to billing. I received a refund without any hassle. Just politely informed the live billing agent that the software did not work and I uninstalled the game, and I would like a refund for purchase number xxxxxxxx.

Gugap, Feb 25, 2018

Terrible remaster. Only thing that got changed is the graphics and even there i would argue it was not much of an addition - it doesn't look much better (apart from the better resolution of course). Everything else is exactly the same - id say even worse in many cases. I honestly don't remember the movement of all the units being this bad and I think the original game was much more fluid. On top of all that, you can only buy the game through the windows 10 store. Even if they released it for free I wouldn't call it a success. I'm sad i paid money for this.