Summary: This game is a classic but look out, it's also addictive. It will run in XP and in a window on Win 7 but not well. We'll see how it does on win 10 if it runs at all. In any event this game will never get old.
Summary: I recomend this game for anyone who enjoys commanding huge armies. It works fine on Windows 7 and still looks amazing. Note to people who complain about the bugs in the base game: Go to Tauniverse.com for the offical 3.1 TA patch. Also there are unoffical patches, plus custom units. SEE YOU ON THE OTHER SIDE.
Summary: I love this game. I replay it over and over, it is like no other rts I have ever owned. It may be old but the graphics great and the missions are fun. I don't play against others like I used to back in the day but that was a lot of fun also.
Summary: Warning, unless you have HOURS of your life to waste, please give this game a pass and move on. I loved this game 10 to 12 years ago, and was surprised to find it still for sale. It's a fun game and offers levels that can be played in 15 mins, or huge levels that will take 6 to 8 hours, assuming that the AI players don't kick your ass in the first 30 to 60 mins. Some of these level's I've never one, but I love this game.
Summary: This game is arguably one of the best RTS games to have been made. Shile the graphics are those of '97, the game still lives up to its greatness to this day. Two sides, a simplistic economy system, mass and energy, and a huge array of units. I have been told with third party units, there are over a million units to this game. This game is so rnowned, that it's spiritual successor, Supreme Commander, has been recreated in the game.