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Greed Crop on 360

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Greed Crop is a Strategy game available on the 360. It can be played in Turnbased modes.

Greed Crop 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.

Greed Crop can be played in a Turnbased mode. Turn Based games are played in turns, so that players can stop and consider their next move. This is common in tactical experience such as strategy or adventure games as this enhances the sense of control and planning the player has. Other genres - such as sporting, fighting and rhythm action games obviously rely on realtime game play.


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Tech Gamer review Tue, 11 May 2010

Greed Corp XBLA presents like an old board game, but that's mainly a symptom of the hexes. Strong technical delivery and single minded focus on well balanced turn based play make Greed Corp a steady XBLA experience.

Despite the enormous cost of developing retail games for this generation, online distribution models offer hope for less popular genres. Turn based strategy is the rarest of the rare, but the chosen method for Greed Corp to tell its tale of resource shortages and the inevitable wars that follow.
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Scared Gamer review Wed, 21 Apr 2010

Greep Crop XBLA is a perfectly simple strategy game. It sets itself apart from other 360 downloadable strategy games with its unique interplay between resources and territory, combined with a charming aesthetic. But for all its charms, it is the chilling implication of the story that has stayed with me.

Greed Corp is set in a once idyllic fantasy world that has been torn apart by greed. Ravaged by four corporations, the land has been depleted of all the natural resources it once held. Now fierce competition rages between each faction over the remaining commodities. Perhaps the set up is a little heavy handed in its creation of a capitalist dystopia, but it's the way in which developer W!Games rolls its message in to the game mechanics that makes it affecting.
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