Supreme Commander 2 is supposed to deliver a real-time strategy game on an epic scale. If you ask me, the only sentence I would add the word epic into when describing this game would be… it’s an epic failure of grand proportion. You, the player take on the role of one of three enigmatic commanders of who are all former friends. Each commander represents a unique faction within the game (United Earth Federation, Illuminate and the Cybran Nation) of which they are dragged into a conflict that could plunge the galaxy into another civil war. Like the faction names above, the game lacks the imagination in what is a bland take on the Command and Conquer franchise.