Conclusion: Concept: Take Divinity’s generic fantasy landscape, strip away its RPG features, and lay down some basic RTS gameplay
Graphics: Character models looks great when you’re walking around your ship talking to your crew, but Dragon Commander loses a lot of fidelity when you jump into battle
Conclusion: All bickering aside, Days of Ruin is still one of the best DS games on the market. The online play will be reason alone to pick up the game. The lengthy and difficult singleplayer campaign isn't something to scoff at either.
Conclusion: But despite it’s problems, Supreme Commander makes a respectable effort. Even the PC game was considered a little ambitious, and bringing it to the more restrictive home console even more so. Perhaps if the PC version wasn't so demanding to begin with, the 360 version would have had an easier time.
Summary: Parents need to know that this war game takes place in the future and involves all kinds of weapons: guns, missiles, bombs, and even a nuclear weapon. However, there is no blood or close-up scenes of violence.
Excerpt: Total Annihilation was released nearly ten years ago. Created by Cavedog
Entertainment, it was the first three-dimensional real-time strategy game, and
fans ate it up. In addition it spawned many copy cat RTS games, not the least
of which include the hugely successful Warcraft and Command & Conquer...
Excerpt: Chris Massey tries his hand at what is being called the "spiritual successor" to Total Annihilation. Does Gas Powered Games' latest real time strategy title measure up to its predecessor? Read on to find out.