Today, July 1, Age of Empires Online is no more. Few will mourn its passing, but many more will nevertheless look to its demise as a sad event, given the attachment people once had to the words "Age of Empires".
The Persians are coming to the Age of Empires Online next week, Microsoft confirmed today.
When opting for "cartoon" graphics, there's a fine line between looking stylish and looking childish. Age of Empires Online, I think, gets it just right.
Age of Empires Online is a fantastically fun strategy game. I've been playing it off and on since before its release with my son who is entirely new to not only the series, but the genre.
Be warned: I am a strident fan of classic computer real-time strategy series Age of Empires and when finally given the opportunity to play a new take on the game I will go to great lengths to make sure it sticks around.
Age of Empires Online, which is a lot more enjoyable than it sounds on paper, will be out in August. Here's a damn fine trailer to go with that announcement.
Age of Empires Online, currently in closed beta, will this weekend throw open its doors and let any old person who downloads the game client in. I've been playing for a few weeks and...it's not bad, not bad at all, so you could do worse things. [Age Of Empires]
With two civilizations under its belt, Robot Entertainment tags in Chris Taylor's Gas Powered Games to handle further development of Microsoft's eagerly anticipated strategy game Age of Empires Online. What gives?
Age of Empires Online is a free-to-play online game, but every free-to-play game needs to make money somehow. Kotaku spoke to members of the game's development team about the newly-unveiled Egyptian civilization and how gamers can pay to play.
Over on Alienware's Arena website they PC maker is giving out beta keys for Age of Empires Online.
Back in August we learned that the popular strategy series Age of Empires would return as, oddly, a colorful online game. Odd? Let's look at 2011's Age Of Empires Online in action, shot today in Manhattan.
You know how we told you that Microsoft's secret "Project S" game played a lot like Age of Empires? Well, that's probably because it was Age of Empires. Namely, a new game called Age of Empires Online.