Summary: Half RTS, half space aquarium, Homeworld is one of the few essential titles any strategy fan needs to have played. Even replaying this amazing game more than a decade later it is still unsurpassed as far as game play, graphics and sound is concerned. The single player campaign is on my list of essential sci fi literature along with Alien, Star Wars and Starcraft.
Summary: This game is awesome. My dad showed this game to me and told me to play it. I'll admit at first sight this thing looks so damn boring but when you really take your time and play this game, single player and multiplayer becomes a friggen Star Trek simulator, I love it!
Summary: Relic's Homeworld is the sort of game that can inspire unbridled hyperbole in game reviewers. With its stunning 3D engine, uniquely challenging gameplay in both single- and multiplayer modes, great audio, and terrific story, Homeworld is both an excellent game and one that may well reshape the entire real-time strategy genre.
Summary: This game takes me back. I love the games grandness, for the day that it was made and released, it was pretty cutting edge. That said, once you install the game you will that it is an older game. once you get past that I think you will love this game. Picture it, you're a group of lost humans trying to find your way home...Earth. The mechanics is like most game you send out collectors to gather space materials to build up you fleet.
Summary: Homeworld is a marvelous game which aged very well. What really stands out are story, gameplay and music/ sound which create an incredible deep atmosphere which isn't reached by any other RTS till now.
Summary: A true classic Space RTS. I played this when it originally arrived on the shelves in 1999 (at the age of 12), and 14 years later I'm still addicted to this game. I'm able to play it on Windows 7 with no issues other than screen resolution (I have black sidebars as my screen is 1366x768 & resolutions do not exceed 1024x768 - Likely fixed easily with a third party patch - there are plenty around for Homeworld & Homeworld 2).
Summary: One of the best computer games every made - gorgeous, breathtaking scenery (in space!), smooth controls, complex and interesting enough gameplay for all but the most extreme gamer. I even liked the storyline. This product worked well on Windows 7.