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Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance
7 June 2012
Excerpt: We couldn’t stop ourselves, two reviews for the price of one. Both articles have their own accents and reflect seperate opinions so don’t be too surprised to see some contradictions or different views on the same subject.
Conclusion: For a game to pass in today’s age of gaming, it often must have high-end visuals, or at least something that will satisfy core gamers. In this case, the latter applies. Mega Man 9 tried to keep with the feeling of the first couple of Mega Man installments, even going as far to keep with the graphics...
Summary: Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance continues the epic story following the Infinite War, featuring an all-new single-player campaign, a new faction and a myriad of innovative multiplayer features.
Excerpt: Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance is the stand-alone expansion to Gas Powered Game's Supreme Commander released early this year. The story picks up right after the events of Supreme Commander with an intro movie highlighting the events of the past couple of years; the Seraphim (the game's new...
Excerpt: When Supreme Commander was released last year, the massive scope and thoughtful user interface made the game a breath of fresh air amid the tired genre of real-time strategy. Now with the new standalone expansion pack, Forged Alliance, Gas Powered Games has added even more new things for players to...
Excerpt: In the opening movie of Supreme Commander, we are briefly introduced to the Seraphim, an alien race that adopts a group of humans as worshippers and then is wiped out in a genocidal campaign by the United Earth Force. (This war crime spawns the Aeon as a religious fanatic faction.
Excerpt: Former enemies turn to Allies In the original Supreme Commander, there were three distinct factions battling each other throughout the galaxy. Now, the situation has changed and forced by the advent of a new alien race, the Sentinels, former enemies decided to put aside their differences and unite,...
Excerpt: If I seem to have earned the label of HG's RTS Guy, it's no coincidence; I've been an advocate of the RTS genre almost as long as I've been a gamer, ever since I first played the original Warcraft on my 486.