New Gamer Nation writes: "The real-time strategy genre of games has been on a hiatus of sorts. Back in the 90’s, games like Command & Conquer, Total Annihilation and Starcraft captivated a wide range of gamers. They were easily some of the most popular games of the time. However, as the graphics of modern games got better, the obsessive love for this genre diminished. While some may say that this is where the story ends, things tend to come back in style and it seems that the RTS genre is due for a resurgence. We saw signs of life with Microsoft developing the Age of Empires license and the existence of Planetary Annihilation through Kickstarter, but Grey Goo is a return to form and proves there is interest in the sleeping genre yet."