Stop everything: Total Annihilation out now, less than $5

Total Annihilation is back, baby! The ground-breaking sci-fi RTS has just hit Steam, thanks to the efforts of World of Tanks developer Wargaming. This is more than just the classic 1997 release, too. All of the original expansion packs are wrapped up in this new bundle, so if you’re looking for a nostalgic indulgence this holiday season, I think you’ve found it.
…and did we mention it’s less than $5?

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JsonHenry3095d ago

Loved this game back in the day.

Black0ut3094d ago

Just bought myself a copy along with 2 gift copies =)
One of the best games ever made imo


The 10 Most Influential Real-Time Strategy Games of All Time

VGChartz's Taneli Palola: "I recently completed an article series about the history of real-time strategy, and going through so many different games that have shaped the face of the genre over the last 30 years got me thinking. Which real-time strategy titles are the ones that have had the greatest influence on the genre's development throughout its history? What you're reading now is my answer to that particular question."

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william_cade1796d ago

I used to love Command and Conquer

Fist4achin1796d ago

Good memories. I think theres a Dune game in the works.


Total Annihilation (1997) PC Retro Review

Total Annihilation is a classic RTS game released in 1997 on the PC. Retroheadz plays it again to see if it's still a great game to play today.

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Video Game Music Spotlight #7: Orchestral Symphonies

VGChartz's Taneli Palola: "Ever since it became possible to add actual music to video games, composers have been trying to emulate the sound of orchestral music as closely as the technology they had to work with would allow. From Koichi Sugiyama's early Dragon Quest scores to the many wonderful SNES soundtracks that pushed the console's sound chip to its limits, aiming for true orchestral sounds has been the goal of many a video game composer over the years, long before such a thing was in any way feasible.

It wouldn't be until the mid-90s that the technological limitations would begin to lift, and with the advent of CD-based video game consoles the door was suddenly opened towards much higher fidelity music. From then on countless composers have employed full symphonic orchestras in their scores, and today we take a look at some of the best examples of those from the last 25 years."

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