Tag Archives: RTS games

StarCraft: Remastered Review – Bringing Back Those Great Memories

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  StarCraft: Remastered Blizzard Entertainment I fondly remember the golden age of real-time strategy games, and sometimes let my mind drift back to how good things really were as far as that venerable genre was concerned. We had the various Command & Conquer and Age of Empires titles, as well as spectacular one-offs such as Age of Mythology (why didn’t Continue Reading...

Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation Review – This Year’s Strategy Behemoth Just Got Grander

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Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation Stardock Sins of a Solar Empire wasn’t just a super-cool title, it was a game that absorbed a large portion of my life. Sins single-handedly reinvented the RTS wheel by offering gamers a real time experience which featured a seriously effective strategic zoom component. Zooming all the way out made it possible to manage one Continue Reading...

Total War: Warhammer – Call of the Beastmen DLC Review – Channel Your Inner Beast

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  Total War: Warhammer – Call of the Beastmen SEGA/The Creative Assembly Total War: Warhammer breathed new life into the rather increasing stagnant Total War line of games. Instead of being based on historical events and time periods, it eschewed the rigidity of historical conventions and offered a fictional backdrop in the form of the Old Word within the Warhammer Continue Reading...