Battle Ages and Masquerade: The Baubles of Doom (actual title) are out today on Microsoft’s Xbox One.
Battle Ages is similar to the Age of Empires and Civilisation games where players take control of one civilisation and progress through the ages while advancing their peoples’ technology and culture. Here’s the official description:
Storm through history and conquer your enemies in this awesome combat strategy game! Progress from the dawn of mankind, build your civilisation, and lead it through thousands of years of advancement from the discovery of fire to the invention of the telegraph in exciting PvP combat of epic proportions. Use your workers to build cutting edge industry, build and upgrade your defenses and employ great scientific minds of the era to research fantastic weapons of each distinct age. Train your military and send armies out to lay waste to nearby settlements and steal their stashed riches. Join the race through time and fight to be the most powerful leader in history!
The game currently features six ages to work through, and allows for online connectivity between friends and strangers.
Masquerade: The Baubles of Doom is an action-fantasy give with a quirky art style and sense of humor. Here’s the official description:
Masquerade is an action-adventure set in the fantasy world of The Realm, centered around a battle for the mythical Druid Orbs, the most powerful pair of balls in all the land. Join Jaxx, the wise-cracking jester, and his beautiful enigmatic partner in crime, Comedia. Armed with a map that reveals the secret location of the Orbs, Jaxx and Comedia soon find themselves on the run from the Clown
Masquerade: The Baubles of Doom has been available for pre-order and pre-download for a while now and is playable as of today.
Have you played either Masquerade: The Baubles of Doom or Battle Ages yet? Which one do you think is the better game? Let us know in the comments below.