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Supreme Commander 2 on 360 PC

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Supreme Commander 2 is a Strategy game available on the 360 PC.

Supreme Commander 2 is a Strategy game. Strategy games provide experiences that require quick thinking, and forward planning from the gamer. They combine the unfolding tactics of classic games like chess, with more recent board games such as Risk. Usually focusing on a theatre of war context, players enjoy the tactical overview of the battle these games provide.


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Dressup Gamer review Sat, 24 Jul 2010

Supreme Commander 2 360 tries everything to make its real time strategy work on a console. But even realistic units and massive battles fail to compensate for controls that hamstring your orders.

I used to love PC real time strategy games like Command and Conquer and Red Alert - before overly complex technology-trees confused me. Nowadays I don't own a PC capable of running those games, so the 360 version of Supreme Commander 2 was an interesting step back into the world of clicking to kill.
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Returning Gamer review Thu, 17 Jun 2010

Supreme Commander 2 has good RTS ideas, but having lost too much time to stressful university life, I have to be picky about which games I'm prepared to get sucked into. Real Time Strategies have to be really streamlined to fit the bill.

As a kid, I was happy to while away summer hours playing games. While it may have been the hottest day on record, the elf princess would not save herself. The irony is that I actually spent more of my childhood outdoors than I do now.
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