Archonsod says: Successor to the excellent Tzar : Burden of the Crown. What makes it stand out is it's focus on logistics; food must be sent around the map to supply your forces, and gold is generated by villages rather than harvesting.
Archonsod says: Empire Earth combines the scale of Civilisation with RTS style gameplay. Customisable nations which "level up" during the game and a sci-fi future era of stompy robots and space ships make it stand out from Age of Empires and similar style games.
Archonsod says: The sequel simplified things somewhat. Gone are the customisable nations, but in comes set territories you can conquer, or colonise. A mid way point between RoN and AoE, the big stompy robots make a welcome comeback.
Archonsod says: A precursor to Sins of a Solar Empire, it was the first to try and bring the grand strategy of Master of Orion to an RTS. In depth planetary and system development combined with Homeworld like space combat. And it still looks lovely.
Archonsod says: A wonderful blending of RPG and RTS elements. You have a limited number of personnel who persist throughout the campaign. This small scale has neat touches, like being able to hide in long grass and the ability to design vehicles from scratch.
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