This would be matched as 2 place to Civilization IV Sid Miers
5 October 2012
Summary: For strategic games this game grabs your attention. With the futuristic weapons, vehicles, etc... This game can be played onine with a friend, and that would make the game more interesting. You are the commander, and you must find a way to defeat your enemy in each scenario.
Summary: Although supreme commander was in its class ranked #1 in 2006, 4 years later it has lost much ground. Good campaign, Good graphics, but there is alot you have to figure out on your own. Defently an 18+ game not due to gore or anything just because the brain power needed. I would suggest on skipping this title and heading straight for Supreme Commander 2.
Summary: The similarities between this game and the previous Chris Taylor RTS, Total Annihilation, are pervasive. If you've played Total Annihilation, don't even bother with the tutorials or manual- you know how to play already. There are no significant differences between the two games, except that the graphics engine is newer and the maps are larger.
Summary: Comparing w/ the RTS (Real-Time Strategy) games i've play'd bfore, Supreme Commandr is just average. The pre-campaign intro animations & the in-game zooming out function r the only stuff i enjoyed 'bout this game. the storyline sounds ordinary to me and the graphic designs aren't that cool (for my taste). i collect really nice strategy games, but im not gona keep this one.
Summary: Supreme Commander breathes new life into the RTS genre. In a field of games that has often been overly reptitive, this game brings new elements to the table. Combining massive maps and gigantic units, Supreme Commander impresses players with its size and scale. Unfortunately, the game also has its serious shortcomings. The most obvious one is the rediculous performance requirements.
Conclusion: You would have thought the makers would have learnt from their mistakes in the past with TA: Kingdoms. What really frustrates me with this game is the lack of T1 units (and just in general, the lack of units, 80 per faction is far too little), making every game too long as an effective attack cannot be launched early on in the game. However i cannot argue that the scope and scale is awesome, and the graphics (on the right card) are amazing!
Excerpt: "...Long awaited and much publicized Supreme Commander, Was in my eyes a slight disappointment. After the first previews of this game i was interested in its progress to release date i read previews watched movies of in game play and with comments like the next generation of RTS game, sets a new benchmark in the Genre i was eager to play for myself. While i was disappointed in what i had expected of the game it was in no way a bad game in fact it ...
Pros: New inovations, Graphics, large no . of units
Cons: Need high end pc to cope, missions last to long
Excerpt: "...much about this new game Supreme Commander, and how it had pushed the boundaries of modern gaming warfare, I decided it must be worth a purchase and hence why I am writing this review. The game was heralded as the successor to Total Annihilation as king of the real time strategy games, and every review in magazines, from word of mouth, and right here on good old Ciao was positive. The game cost me £29.99 from Game, although it is also available ...
Pros: Graphics are out of this world
Cons: Hard to micro manage battles at times . Poor single player mode