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(WGB) Act of Aggression Review – It’s The 1990s All Over Again

Baden of WGB: "Despite the fact that I’ve never been very good at them, often outclassed in the competitive multiplayer side of things, my love affair with real-time strategy games has been a long one that began with what remains one of my favorite titles of all time, Total Annihilation. From there it was the Command & Conquer games, Dune, Warhammer 40k: Dawn of War, Company of Heroes, Supreme Commander, the Homeworld games and many, many more. And then just a few years ago Eugen released the wonderful R.U.S.E., a horribly overlooked gem that proved you could bring a strategy game to console without having to simplify it to an insulting degree. Now Eugen are back with Act of Aggression, a follow-up of sorts to their previous Act of War and a self-confessed attempt to recapture the golden days of RTS with a very Command & Conquer: Generals feel."

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