Worldshift won't change the RTS genre, but it is innovative enough to be worth your time if you're a fan of the genre. Taking three different settings and tossing them together could be a recipe for disaster, but the game easily blends magic, science fiction, and modern military aspects to create a unique take on the genre. With bright, flashy graphics and fun voice and sound effects, Worldshift won't let you down in the aesthetics department. Some new twists to the hero and minions viewpoint are fun, and the controls are never so complex that you don't know what you are doing. Unfortunately, this is a bit of a letdown as well, as everything is kept very simple. Once you get enough of the single player campaign, multiplayer opens up the game for a huge amount of unique matches, as long as you can find enough people to play with. This might not set the world on fire, but it does provide enough of a shift in perspective to keep you entertained.