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  • AirMech Arena – Review

    Published at Games Asylum - 6 readers

    Who remembers Herzog Zwei? This free-to-play RTS from Ubisoft is the spiritual successor to the Mega Drive classic, giving you control of a transforming robot instead of a mere mouse pointer. It’s a brilliant idea, allowing you to quickly transport troops and also directly engage the enemy with some twin-stick shooting.

  • Meet Etherium’s subfactions in the newest round of campaign screens

    Published at Brutal Gamer

    Sure sci-fi RTS Etherium has its big playable factions that you’ll be expending the majority of your time playing with, but there are a whole mess of minor factions as well. We’ve been talking a bit about old school RTS’ latest here on BG and Etherium definitely falls into that category, albeit with a very modern weather-controlling bent.

  • Please, Blizzard, Make Another Warcraft RTS

    Kotaku - - 1 readers - Blizzard gave Warcraft fans one hell of a nostalgia trip earlier this month when it debuted the cinematic trailer for Warlords of Draenor. But much like the upcoming World of Warcraft expansion that Blizzard was teasing, the video only took gamers so far down memory lane: At a certain point, a reality check was inevitable. This wasn't a new Warcraft real-time strategy game.
  • Act of Aggression brings back old school RTS’

    Brutal Gamer - - 2 readers - Wargame developers Eugen Systems ushers back in the age of the classic real-time strategy title. When I say ‘old school’ we’re talking 90s-era, “base building, resource management, unit production and dynamic, immersive battles“ here. Not that Act of Aggression is going to look the part of course. This is a Eugen Systems game after all, so it’s going to look fantastic.

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  • Please, Blizzard, Make Another Warcraft RTS

    … Blizzard ever put out a Diablo or StarCraft game, this influential RTS was one of the first things that put the company on the map as a rockstar PC game developer. Blizzard kept making Warcraft RTS games for a while after Orcs & Humans. But by the time Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos came around, it was clear that Blizzard had something else in mind…

    1 readers - Kotaku - Warcraft -
  • Watch The Red Bull Battle Grounds StarCraft 2 Detroit Tournament

    …It's amazing that after nearly four years StarCraft II still has some amazing pull in the eSports scene. I guess the MOBAs just aren't big enough to thwart Blizzard's real-time strategy showcase just yet. Well, StarCraft II is at the forefront of Red Bull's eSports efforts, and the sports drink company has been really pushing forward and upward…

    1 readers - One Angry Gamer -
  • The newest gameplay video for Grey Goo shows off some blob power

    … Grey Goo, the new RTS from Petroglyph and Grey Box, is all about a shapeless mass of nanobots that’s got more than a few tricks up its slimy sleeves. We’ve been watching Grey Goo for a while now, and the game is really shaping up into something special. Part of what’s really looking like a resurgence for the classic real-time strategy…

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  • Meet Etherium’s subfactions in the newest round of campaign screens

    …Sure sci-fi RTS Etherium has its big playable factions that you’ll be expending the majority of your time playing with, but there are a whole mess of minor factions as well. We’ve been talking a bit about old school RTS’ latest here on BG and Etherium definitely falls into that category, albeit with a very modern weather-controlling bent. Now…

    1 readers - Brutal Gamer - Campaign -


  • Act of Aggression brings back old school RTS’

    … replacements, but still fielding a great deal of battle-hardened veterans. Eugen is promising a classic RTS experience here in pretty much every way, complete with troops, vehicles and, plenty of base building. If the developer’s Wargame series is a little too in-depth for you, this is a game that you want to keep your eye on- especially since there are precious few RTS’ hanging around at all these days. Expect to see more about Act of Aggression later this month in our Gamescom coverage. No related posts. …

    2 readers - Brutal Gamer - Act of Aggression -
  • AirMech Arena – Review

    …Who remembers Herzog Zwei? This free-to-play RTS from Ubisoft is the spiritual successor to the Mega Drive classic, giving you control of a transforming robot instead of a mere mouse pointer. It’s a brilliant idea, allowing you to quickly transport troops and also directly engage the enemy with some twin-stick shooting. So brilliant, in fact…

    6 readers - Games Asylum - AirMech -
  • AirMech Arena closed beta coming soon

    … Ubisoft revealed a free to play real-time strategy called AirMech Arena shortly after the festivities of PAX East being developed by Carbon Games. Starting July 23, interested persons can start playing the closed beta. Need reminding of what AirMech Arena is all about? I admit, PAX East was a while ago, and now that E3 has come and gone…

    2 readers - That VideoGame Blog - AirMech -
  • Wargame: Red Dragon (PC) Review

    … about the campaign here since I didn’t see all that much of it, but I will instead be focusing more on the actual gameplay and other… less pleasing elements. This was my facial reaction for most of my time playing the game As I said earlier, I don’t play many RTS games or strategy games in general, so if the constant flow of complicated menus…

    1 readers - Brutal Gamer - Wargame: Red Dragon - Wargame -
  • Tropico 5 Review: Island Paradise or Run Down Favella?

    … Dictatorship... Possibly one of the most questionable forms of leadership in the free world. In the Tropico series however, giving dodgy orders, growing ridiculous facial hair and smoking cigars fatter than a church candle is made a playable, if guilty, pleasure. Read more of Tropico 5 Review: Island Paradise or Run Down Favella…

    3 readers - n3rdabl3 - Tropico 5 - Tropico -
  • Stronghold Crusader 2 Release Date Announced

    … Stronghold Crusader 2, the sequel to 2002′s Stronghold Crusader is set to release on September 2nd 2014. The release date was announced today, however, no news was released regarding the release of the game’s beta, which is supposed to be sometime this summer.   If you are interested in the game, you can always check out our hands-on preview…

    1 readers - Worlds Factory - Stronghold -
  • Flockers by Team 17 on Steam Early Access

    … The famous Worms developer Team 17 has released from today its latest title Flockers on Steam, as an Early Access title.   You may experience bugs and crashes they say, but they also confirm that Flockers is already in a very playable state with twenty-five levels ready to challenge your brain, as you help a poor flock of sheep to reach…

    1 readers - Worlds Factory - The Flock -

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