Summary: When I played the first Supreme Commander game on the Xbox 360 I was very disappointed with what I played due to the staggering number of flaws and lack of excitement. When I was asked to review " Supreme Commander 2 " it was inevitable that I would approach the game with a fair amount of...
Summary: As far as real-time strategy games on consoles are concerned, Supreme Commander 2 is a relatively fun affair. The simplified resource and upgrade management creates a more accessible experience for those typically intimidated by games of this genre.
Summary: A smooth and intellectually stimulating Real-Time Strategy game is hard to conjure. There are a lot of factors to take under consideration, factors that cannot be covered by epic cut scenes and excessive amounts of explosions.
Summary: Supreme Commander 2 is set 25 years further into the future than the original, featuring numerous game enhancements, an in-depth campaign mode, online multiplayer and a unique storyline, the game represents a new dimension in RTS gaming.
Conclusion: A good game for beginners in the strategy genre, but for a title from someone of Chris Taylor's background, you can't help but feel a little underwhelmed. Supreme Commander 2 should have been the game that really offered us a challenge, however, we never found it.
Summary: The legacy of giant armies of robots continues with Supreme Commander 2. The game introduces some surprising changes in comparison to the original, but is still just as great. More accessibility and huge everything, this real-time strategy game is as exciting as it is tactical.
Pros: Refined, playable, and customizable armies of giant robots, Looks great, sounds great, and offers up huge battlefields, Superb online play
Cons: Pathfinding and AI issues, Graphics are actually downgraded from the original, Diehard fans of the first game might not like the simplification
Excerpt: In the late 1990’s two real-time strategy games came out around the same time, Total Annihilation and Dark Reign. Dark Reign became an obscure title that most people have forgotten about, while Total Annihilation became wildly popular.
Summary: Chris Taylor is a name known greatly to me. It's not just because it's my own name but because I grew up playing titles such as Total Annihilation and Dungeon Siege. Chris is a pretty influential guy in the gaming industry and there's good reason for this.
Pros: Controls are great for a console RTS, A lot simpler than most other RTSs, Online is a lot of fun
Cons: No variety to anything, Doesn't look good at all, AI is terrible