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_cade1530d ago

I used to love Command and Conquer

Fist4achin1530d ago

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


Review - Pikmin 1 (Switch) | WayTooManyGames

WTMG's Leo Faria: "For better or for worse, this is now the easiest and most practical way to play Pikmin, and figure out why has this franchise managed to stand the test of time for so long. I particularly didn’t understand the hype. To me, Pikmin is average at best. It’s a game that has aged poorly, especially when it comes to these dated controls. The fact this wasn’t even a remaster, but a bare bones upscaled port of a game from 2001, certainly didn’t help. It did nothing to fix its many issues, nor did it receive improvements in its visuals, audio, or performance. It can be fun for a while, and having yet another (costly) way to have it preserved for the future is nice, but I certainly am not enamored with the franchise after playing it. I’d rather just stick to Tinykin."

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Pikmin 1+2 (Nintendo Switch) Review - CGMagazine

Despite being barebone ports of the originals, Pikmin 1 + 2 are still great on the Nintendo Switch, bringing all-numbered entries of the franchise onto the platform for fans to enjoy.

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Age of Empires - A Franchise History

"Get a historical look at one of the most beloved strategy game franchises as Age of Empires celebrates 25 years of delighting players around the globe.