Conclusion: If you're a fan of strategy games, go out and give it a shot. It's available on the PS3 and Steam as well if you'd prefer a different medium. If you're really not that in to turn based strategy games, it's well worth a look, and probably more likely to score a 3 star rating in that regard for...
Excerpt: But unlike the Monopoly board game, consisting of building and cooperating (there’s a little cooperation), Greed Corp is about beautiful destruction. This is a highly polished first effort from developer W!Games. Greed Corp.
Conclusion: Greed Corp is one of those games that you wish more people knew about and were willing to experience what it has to offer. Though there are several other titles out there that are of a similar nature, Greed Corp exudes its own flare that is very appealing to the gamer in all of us.
Excerpt: Although you might not have guessed it from the thick layer of polish lavished upon the title, Greed Corp is actually W! Games first video game outing. Taking place in a fantasy universe known as Mistbound, four robotic factions fight for dominance on a decaying landscape made entirely of hexagonal...
Excerpt: When you think about it, it’s amazing how a single gameplay tweak can change how a well-established genre feels and plays. How awesome was it playing as one of the infected in Left 4 Dead for the first time? What about the games that have included first person racing?
Conclusion: Greed Corp nobly attempts to simplify the genre, but takes it a few steps too far. I hear the game is supposed to be the first part of a series, so I'm definitely interested in seeing how the next one is fine-tuned...provided it's a turn-based strategy game this time around.
Conclusion: This game really tears me up inside, because behind the nigh-impossible AI I see the potential of a really great board game shining through. If I were looking for something to play with a group of friends and saw this as a board game, I would snatch it up for triple or more its price on XBLA.