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Submitted by Kiriel 1035d ago | article

9 Indie RTS Titles To Look Out For (Hooked Gamers)

Hooked Gamers writes: "The real-time strategy genre used to be one of high competition. Developers would strive to create a game that stood out amongst the bustling try-hards, which of course bred a lot of creativity. Don’t worry, we aren’t going to moan for too much longer, but we can’t help but feel that the genre went downhill somewhat as time went on.

Unless, of course, you are one of the ridiculous StarCraft II/DotA 2 pros that are able to order a whole army to do about a thousand different things before we can even take our first sip of coffee. Ah well, at least we can turn once again to the indie game scene and gaze lovingly upon its creative secretions for some RTS titles that ruffle our ‘staches in the good ol’ way!" (AirMech, Castle Story, Culture, Folk Tale, Gratuitous Tank Battles, Natural Selection 2, PC, Shad'O, StarDrive, Towns, Xenonauts)

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