Johnny's user page
Hello, and welcome to my page. I came here to contribute and show my ambition to fill in gaps that most users would shy away from.
My interest is a definite love for the Nintendo world. Recently I now own a Nintendo Switch.
The top ten games I like is...:
- Apollo Justice Trilogy
- The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles
- Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy
- Ace Attorney Investigation Miles Edgeworth
- Danganronpa series
- Persona 4 Golden
- Persona 3 Portable
- Persona 5 Tactica
- Age of Empires 2, HD and Definitive Edition
- Persona 5 Royal
From this point on, I'll tend to the guides less frequently. And this is now my favorites for 2022. Sadly, Monthly Collaborations is now inactive or to put it another way, there's literally no users in charge of promoting guides that is good to work on. Also, editing will be done in a more relaxing pace. I'll continue helping this place out until I can do no more as an amateur editor. Don't get the wrong idea but it's hard when pages have to be perfect in every way. So start with small steps until you hit the jackpot in delivering game info in this Strategy Wiki game editing guide.
- Super Mario Odyssey (Switch)
- Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Edition (Switch)
- LA Noire (Switch)
- The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild Expansion Edition (Switch)
- The Elder Scrolls 5 Skyrim (Switch)
Age of Empires 2: The More Civilizations, The Better
Imagine how would war work if you have the brains to lead an army of soldiers carrying swords and arrows to determine who wins the game? Since 1997, it became the most successful game ever due to major issues from the last game solved. Like AI pathfinding to adding a unique unit and with "The Conquerors" , the unique technology could help or hinder your progress. However, after "The Conquerors", Microsoft Games ended its reign and other producers take over to help enhance it while retaining its core strength for people who haven't played this game before.
Fast forward to 2013. the HD edition did minor improvements but failed in one category: civilizations. To keep it short, they addressed and improve with the help of Steam. Then fast forward to around 2020 and Definitive Edition pushes the boundaries in its graphics and sound department quite well, making it the ultimate game to play.
Anyway, the one I really love is experimenting with civilizations. Like Starcraft, you want to experience what's different with each culture. The start in numbers is 13 in the original. the expansion adds 5 making it 18. The HD with the DLC adds 13 making it a total to 31. And the definitive edition adds 11 more making it a whopping 42! The best part about it is to test it out with its strength and weaknesses and find the best way of winning the game.
Personally, I prefer Regicide in which the goal is to take the King out. I prefer to use Islands and go for a max of one human player that's me and 7 computer players. I like to use the easiest setting and have only two equal teams but not locked. Cheating is allowed but I'll try to not personally cheat at all. Last of all, I've tested how quickly you get to Imperial Age with all upgrades researched to its max limit and try to do it within 2 hours.
Thank you for reading my insight to this special franchise.
Special Age of Empire 1 and 2 quiz
You think you know everything? For this purpose, you have to name as many civilizations as you can. This is just for fun really so, if you got nothing to do and you're reading this, hopefully it will help pass the time.
Also, it will also be nice if anyone can help update the tech tree for all civilizations and put in a score up to ten in which civilization is the best. For example, a defensive civilization might get a nine out of ten (sorry no spoilers, take it to my talk page instead) it will make my decision a lot easier when choosing.
Most of all, have fun! (The first paragraph only, don't take it the wrong way).