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Alive and Kicking – Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance Forever

One day I was just scrolling through my Steam catalogue looking for something to play, but nothing was taking my fancy. I wanted a strategy game to really sink my teeth into, so a quick Google later I came across… 517 more words


Starcraft Remastered Trailer and Impressions

I’ve never really understood Starcraft. To be more accurate i’ve never gotten the whole RTS genre. That’s not really a good thing when you’re trying to make a name for yourself writing about video games. 143 more words


Starcraft 2 is Dead; Long Live Starcraft: Brood War

If you haven’t heard Blizzard has officially announced Starcraft Remastered, an HD upgrade of the 1998 Starcraft: Brood War. For all intents and purposes, this will be the end of the Starcraft 2 scene and cause a reemergence of the original Starcraft esports scene. 326 more words


Starcraft Gets The Remastered Treatment

For those of you old dogs who has mastered the “Art of 350 APM”, your time to shine has come once again thanks to Blizzard’s latest announcement on a remastered Starcraft game bringing back all the things you love about the original game franchise, but this time all shiny and chrome. 161 more words

The Generals Repelled The Fandom Attack

I’ve spent years, almost since I started both playing the game and expanding my military reading material, trying to come up with a more “grounded” take on the game… 208 more words


Sid Meier's Civilization VI Review: A Lesson on Progress

Real Talk By: Haggy

The Civilization series has been with us for quite some time.  Not only that, the games  have not only been consistently good, but each iteration in some way improves on the previous one’s process.   458 more words


Command & Conquer

Another retro game that deserves recognition, one of my favorite Real-time strategy franchises and the first RTS I played. Released in 1995 on DOS, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS, Sega Saturn, PlayStation and the Nintendo 64 by Virgin Interactive, Sega, Nintendo and developed by Westwood Studios and Looking Glass Studios for the N64 port. 758 more words