Yeah there were a couple of patches that improved the gameplay(minor graphics tweaks), units and construction of structures.
I love Stellaris, I just suck at it. I think I need to spend some time studying strategies before I start another campaign so that I don't spend a couple hours getting invested in my empire of slug people only to get wiped out completely over the course of 5 minutes when my closest ally turns on me.Stellaris.
With all those RTS games, you really should try out Homeworld. Even if you end up not liking it that much, you should at least see what a 3D RTS game can be!thats about it, haven't played homeworld (i could get Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak from 2game.com but not sure tbh...)
With all those RTS games, you really should try out Homeworld. Even if you end up not liking it that much, you should at least see what a 3D RTS game can be!
Also, have you tried Battlezone? It's an RTS game with first person shooter elements.
Sacrifice hasn't been given an HD remake yet but it's another interesting twist on RTS games and was great fun.
I love Dawn Of War but for some reason I've never played any of the Command And Conquer games.We all have our favorite strategy games that may or may not get replaced as new games come out but what is that one series you love? One caveat is that you don't have to love every entry in the series.
Personally mine has to be Command and Conquer. Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War is a close second but I will always love the C&C universe. Tiberium Twilight was an abomination to PC gaming but I still love all the good times I have playing Red Alert 2, Tiberium Sun and/or Generals.
This reminds me of Call to Power 1 and 2. I've spent a lot of hours in these two, but the games are a little controversial among Civilization fans.Also, and I know this might be controversial, but I really love Civ III, it hooked me into the series and genre, and it was one of my first PC games.
My Steam counter shows more than 100 hours in Empire: Total War. I liked this game, despite the fact that it's not considered one of the best in the whole series.Empire: Total War and Supreme Commander 2 also have a special place in my heart. One smash hit that took me by surprise though is Battle Brothers.
I never played the game. I'm too young. From what I've read, It was released in 1977. But I heard about it (more precisely about Empire Deluxe). I can't imagine playing it these days however. It's not a problem with graphics, but rather archaic gameplay design.Any of you old coots remember playing Empire? Not Empire: Total War, I mean Empire, with ASCII graphics (originally) and probably the first 4X game ever.
Yeah, these days that game would just be for folks interested in gaming history but we sure did have fun with it back in college. Even though the game was pushing 10 years old by that time, we still weren't allowed to play it until after hours so we would wake up after midnight, head to the computer lab, and play for a few hours.I never played the game. I'm too young. From what I've read, It was released in 1977. But I heard about it (more precisely about Empire Deluxe). I can't imagine playing it these days however. It's not a problem with graphics, but rather archaic gameplay design.
You can even launch it in widescreen resolutions with TS community patch. Do you have a problem with invisible menu screen perhaps? The TS patch solves this problem as well (but may introduce another one with long loading times unfortunately).After finishing C&C Remastered, I just had to jump back into C&C2 Tiberian Sun at 1280x1024 (simple CFG file edit) after so many years. Great campaign and I very much I detest Nod Artillery when playing as GDI . I would love to see these cutscenes transferred to High Definition.
Thanks much, but no widescreen patch needed, as I'm playing it on my legacy box that has a 4:3 monitor. Game runs perfectly. Just using the 2.0 Firestorm patch for the campaign and that's it.