The original Homeworld game broke new ground in 3D space RTS combat. Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak tries to do the same thing for ground pounders, and for the most part, greatly succeeds. Mount up for intense, real-time desert combat!
This week our Time Waster is playing a real-time strategy game called From Sprout to Splendor that puts a different spin on the genre.
While many RTS titles are cookie-cutter versions of each other, The Red Solstice really changes things up by emphasizing both teamwork and individual soldiers, plus the ability to do things like slow down time by 90 percent. Explore The Red Solstice for a different kind of fight.
Almost nothing can bring back the nostalgia of rifling through your childhood toy chest as the Toy Soldiers: War Chest game. Pitting waves of themed toys against one another is brilliant and fun; it just doesn’t go quite far enough.
Act of Aggression, from strategic masters Eugen Systems, is a traditional RTS in an age where resource gathering was thought to be a thing of the past. The game has gorgeous graphics sitting over an old-school style fighting experience.
Billy takes a look at some of the new Stronghold Crusader 2 DLC, including The Princess and The Pig, and The Emperor and The Hermit, in this video review.
Supreme Ruler Ultimate was the Gameindustry.com Game of the Year for strategy titles. Now packed with new features, online editor Neal Sayatovich gives it a new spin. This time, he tries something really new, taking the state of Ohio for a spin. Can Ohio conquer the world?
Stormfall: Rise of Balur is one of the best-looking real-time strategy games to come out in a long time for the iOS and Android platforms. And there is so much depth, you might forget that it’s a mobile title.
Grey Goo is a modern real-time strategy game designed to be a throwback to RTS titles of yesteryear. Fun to play, easy to pickup and difficult to master, Grey Goo will have you missing the old days.
This week our Time Waster checks out Boid, an Early Access game on Steam all about underwater RTS with minuscule creatures. This one is more than worth the price of admission already, and should only get better.