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Submitted by Wiiloveit 646d ago | review

Review: Tryst (darkzero)

"The realm of great real-time strategy games (RTS) seems to be limited to the PC; the use of keyboard and mouse is the perfect method to control your army, and trying to capture that on a console just does not work. Recently, there have not been many RTS games to shout about, with StarCraft II stealing most of the limelight for the genre. The future is looking interesting after the recent announcements of the Frostbite 2-powered Command & Conquer: Generals sequel and the very successful Kickstarter campaign for Planetary Annihilation – the spiritual successor to one of my favourite RTS games ever, Total Annihilation. Indie developer BlueGiant Interactive are bringing their latest game, Tryst – a sci-fi take on the genre – to fill the void between the wait for the next big RTS game, but does it do the job well enough for gamers to forget about what is coming up on the horizon?" (darkzero) (PC, Tryst) 5/10

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