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News: Grey Goo Gets Expansion, Price Reduction

January 2016 has been a huge month for RTS. We’ve seen the launch of Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak and an expansion to classic Age of Empires title… 436 more words


RTS Retrospective: The Brotherhood of Nod

This article has been reposted from RTSGuru.com, which has been decommissioned. I’ll be periodically reposting some of my best writing from that site, in an effort to preserve it. 1,721 more words


RTS Design Thought - Control of Economic Processes

I mentioned this briefly in a previous article and will open again with it here: having played my fair share of strategy and tactics games, I’ve come to this conclusion: if your game removes a facet of the core  1,918 more words


StarCraft II: Legacy Of The Void —A Worthy Successor to the StarCraft Legacy

StarCraft II: Legacy Of The Void
Blizzard Entertainment

A few months back when some of my gaming developer contacts reported to me that the next installment of the… 1,078 more words


Call to Arms - Calling All Armchair Generals!

Call to Arms

Ever since the great Spielberg film, Saving Private Ryan, different forms of media, including the game industry, have taken advantage of the popularity a World War II story-line brings to the table. 859 more words


Dungeon Keeper 2 (Oldie)

‘Dungeon Keeper 2’ was a bit revolutionary when it came with its black humor and excellent gameplay. The year was 1999, and the game was developed by Bullfrog Productions (also known for a load of other games included ‘Syndicate’) and published by Electronic Arts (EA) for Microsoft. 196 more words


Black and White 2

The first version of Black & White was something I never had the chance to play, but one heard some rumors that it was a good game, so when I got my hands on the second one, ‘Black & White 2’, I installed it and fired it up with some coffee and snacks in reach :) 279 more words