With Starcraft 2 sucking all the oxygen out of the room, it kind of amazes me that RTS games continue to be made. Don’t get me wrong; I’m glad to see them. I probably play more RTS games than anything else and I almost never play Starcraft 2 – but what’s the market? What little real estate Starcraft 2 leaves behind is likely mostly claimed by Company of Heroes and there was the pretty excellent though terribly named Grey Goo earlier this year. And yet, God bless the hopeful fools, Eugen, who brought us Act of War and Ruse, two RTS games that kind of reside at different edges of the RTS envelope, goes and creates Act of Aggression, a game that offers elements of the classic RTS formula with some new elements mixed in.