Supreme Commander (Xbox360)
If one is to be honest, compared to itís desktop-based big brother, the Xbox 360 version of Supreme Commander is but a shadow of its former self.
Posted: 06.10.2008 05:00 by Joe Robinson | Comments: 9
You're better off sticking with Warcraft 3. It does everything that Dimensity does, but to a better standard.
Posted: 06.10.2008 03:42 by Marco Fiori | Comments: 6
With satisfying gameplay KB:TL more than makes up for its dated graphics and uninspired storyline.
Posted: 02.10.2008 04:51 by Bryan Brown | Comments: 21
Multiwinia is a true triumph. Buy it, the developers deserve some cash for their outstanding hard work.
Posted: 18.09.2008 11:46 by Marco Fiori | Comments: 7
You know you're in for a hardcore TBS experience when the tutorial takes longer to complete than most full price games, and yet still only just...
Posted: 09.09.2008 09:37 by Manny Brown | Comments: 19
Hail To The Chimp (Xbox360, PS3)
Itís time to determine whose King of the Jungle.
Posted: 28.07.2008 09:24 by Dakota Grabowski | Comments: 0
Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath (Xbox360, PC)
A new control scheme and subfactions headline the expansion pack to Command & Conquer 3.
Posted: 28.07.2008 06:08 by Dakota Grabowski | Comments: 2
This game earns the name extreme, from the maps to the enemies to the combat. Even the map building is extreme, particularly if youíre the rabbit
Posted: 27.06.2008 06:32 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 8
Civilization Revolution (Xbox360)
All in all, Revolution is a worthy addition to the 360 roster. Itís fun, addictive, and easy to play.
Posted: 25.06.2008 05:16 by Joe Robinson | Comments: 2
So along comes Sins of a Solar Empire, looking to fill up that black hole with a meaty asteroid of RTS gameplay.
Posted: 23.06.2008 10:26 by John Meadowcroft | Comments: 6
Supreme Ruler 2020 (PC)
Paradoxís Supreme Ruler 2020 comes three years later as a follow up to Supreme Ruler 2010 offering a list of improvements and variations.
Posted: 04.06.2008 02:57 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 6
Napoleon's Campaigns (PC)
Napoleonís Campaigns is not one for the average turn-based strategy gamer and will likely be no friend what-so-ever to the casual gamer.
Posted: 02.06.2008 10:53 by Simon Priest | Comments: 2
Spellforce: Universe (PC)
Itís hard not to recommend SpellForce Universe to RPG and strategy fans looking for something to kill a bit of time before the next big thing comes...
Posted: 27.05.2008 12:36 by Matt Keller | Comments: 0
The Golden Horde (PC)
The Golden Horde isnít your traditional run-of-the-mill real-time strategy game, and Iím not talking about its period setting.
Posted: 29.04.2008 12:02 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Fantasy Wars (PC)
Fantasy Wars is very pleasant to play, its easy to both play briefly and walk away, or to completely lose track of time in the 'just-one-more-turn'...
Posted: 21.04.2008 12:43 by Bryan Brown | Comments: 1
Europa Universalis: Rome likes to you give you plenty to think about aside from just what province is next on your shopping list.
Posted: 14.04.2008 10:31 by Simon Priest | Comments: 8
Pollux have ensured that there is enough size and depth in Immortals to ensnare the PC 4X fan.
Posted: 26.03.2008 14:23 by Andy Alderson | Comments: 2
Dynasty Warriors 6 (PS3)
Never has a game split an audience as much as the Dynasty Warriors series.
Posted: 18.03.2008 16:30 by Mike Bowden | Comments: 0
Beautiful Katamari (Xbox360)
Beautiful Katamari... regardless of this review, regardless of the score, the console needs a game like this.
Posted: 07.03.2008 09:10 by Mike Bowden | Comments: 0
Patapon (PS VITA)
Patapon is an example of that rare beast in the videogame industry nowadays; a genuinely innovative and charmingly designed title...
Posted: 05.03.2008 09:49 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0
Band of Bugs (PC, Xbox360)
All in all Band of Bugs was a good play, though how much replayability for the price tag it has is yet to be seen.
Posted: 04.03.2008 10:09 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Saga has moved away from the typical MMORPG to an MMO strategy and world building game...
Posted: 28.02.2008 09:24 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 8
Imperium Romanum (PC)
Whilst Imperium Romanum doesn't do anything to reinvent the genre as a whole, it's certainly a well-refined product that's worth a look to veteran...
Posted: 21.02.2008 12:08 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 4
When I first saw the descriptions of SunAge this was a game that I wanted to like.
Posted: 01.02.2008 11:25 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Warhammer 40,000: Squad Command (PS VITA)
With the success of the Dawn of War series, the Warhammer 40,000 license is hot property, so it's no surprise that we've now got a new Warhammer...
Posted: 30.01.2008 09:15 by Matt Keller | Comments: 0
Universe at War: Earth Assault (PC, Xbox360)
Petroglyph, encompassing many veterans of real-time strategy, has set their sights on the Universe but first they just couldn't resist raising a...
Posted: 24.01.2008 15:20 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Empire Earth III (PC)
Empire Earth is striking the globe once again in this third reiteration, and this time around the whole World is up for a scrap.
Posted: 10.12.2007 15:35 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
LocoRoco Cocoreccho! (PS3)
Every now and then a very special game comes along that you'd be mad to miss. LocoRoco Cocoreccho! is one of those games.
Posted: 17.10.2007 03:06 by Mike Bowden | Comments: 0
Worms: Open Warfare 2 (PS VITA)
Whilst local multiplayer has always been a substantial part of the series' roots, the online element of Open Warfare 2 has been given a strong...
Posted: 21.09.2007 01:11 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 1
Unlike many other more generic games of its type, the whole Blitzkrieg corpus prides itself on its attention to historical detail.
Posted: 20.09.2007 03:27 by Govan Roberts | Comments: 0
Sword of the Stars is unique from other turn-based space empire titles out there, the enormous sizes of the galaxies and their shapes set it apart.
Posted: 17.09.2007 05:25 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
UFO: Trilogy (PC)
The UFO series has gone from mediocre beginnings to something exciting. Now four years and three games down the line we have a shiny new trilogy pack.
Posted: 03.09.2007 04:24 by Alec Hilton | Comments: 0
It seems we have yet another laboured genre emerging: the futuristic, post-apocalyptic, stranded on an alien planet, turn based strategy-'em-up.
Posted: 29.08.2007 05:13 by Spanner | Comments: 0
Corporations, espionage, scenarios, mods, empires, leaders, units, and wonders - Civilization IV: Beyond the Sword is one impressive expansion.
Posted: 02.08.2007 12:45 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Defcon is a deceptively simple multiplayer strategy game, the objective of which is simply to kill as much of the opposition civilian population as...
Posted: 19.07.2007 04:20 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0
Now here's a genre we could probably have never imagined until a few years ago; the 'portable, fully-licensed, 3D, real-time-strategy game with...
Posted: 04.07.2007 14:49 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0