GameSpy - Being team commander, the sole RTS player in shooter/RTS hybrid Natural Selection 2, is kind of completely nerve-wracking. My FPS teammates on the ground didn't miss a single slip-up: "Why haven't you researched this technology? Why haven't you healed me? Why aren't you rallying everyone to defend this base? Why don't we have a teleporter? Why are there giant, elephant-like Onos everywhere, and why is everything on fire?" Whether I'm on the aliens' side or the humans', I feel that my actions can mean the difference between a well-oiled war machine and a losing effort that short-circuits into an ugly, bile-fueled shouting match. The latter happened a lot when I didn't know what I was doing, and -- unlike my obedient and unquestioning units in, say, StarCraft -- my team definitely held me accountable for poor directions. To be clear, this is a good thing.