Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Sabrina Stoakes, Jan 23, 2019.
Hehe, yeah! And it would cost like $100 for 4 Meg of RAM back then too.
T:A was one of my all-time favourites, but I lost the name for about ten years until randomly "Big Bertha" came to mind and whoosh.
The new one's nice I guess, but just can't capture that sharp 2.5d magic
Also for others Settlers, the Civ series, and Warcraft III hit pretty hard
We used to play TA on local LAN at a friends place. Usually 4v4.
As soon as we heard Krogoth was loose in the map, the rest of us would crap our pants.
My favourite rts of all time has to be warlords battlecry3,I just loved the sheer amount of variety when it came to all the classes when i was a kid.
although it was extremely ubalanced when it came to certain range units, progressing the story map was awsome,specially when you managed to find a dragon.
Those were the good old days.
WC3 the frozen throne. Still play it.
Not sure if it counts as "RTS" but I really like Knights of Honor for some reason.
I've only played WC 1 & 2
My favourite. Lots of 3rd party mods too.
i just played c&q red alert, and age of empires series, also stronghold crusare 1 by firefly, which is my favorite and play on network mode all the day, and still keep playing on game ranger but sometimes
Battle for the middle earth 2.
Clash Royale, a combination of a competitive RTS with tower defense - I got apk file from apknite.
Zero-K is pretty good, if a bit obscure, with a relatively small community.
Another TA derived game, like Supcom or Planetary Annihilation. It's got a wide variety of units, though some can be quite gimmicky. It does away with tiers and factions in favour of a more resource-centric progression and differentiation system. It's got a decent AI, and they're working on an improved version of it that will be released at some point. The interface is quite powerful, giving you a lot of options for how you select, control, or build your units. Unfortunately, it does a pretty poor job of actually teaching the player about these options, so using the documentation and help from the community are important. The combat is focused on counters, with unit composition and positioning playing a much bigger role than raw numbers. There's also a terraforming mechanic that adds another layer to it, though it's best used sparingly. The campaign is a slog, though, as the game is very multilayer focused.
Overall, it's a fun game with a lot of depth and consistent updates, and I highly recommend it.
My favorite is Company of Heroes with the Eastern Front mod.
I also have & love
Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds: Clone Campaigns
Star Wars Empire at War
Army Men RTS
Age of Empires 2
I grew up with C&C, but I don't have any of them anymore.
I would say Age of Empires has to be my favorite. I played a of galactic battlegrounds as well. I don't know if it counts but I always enjoyed lords of the realm 2. I am more of a Civ guy these days but wish it was somehow more multiplayer friendly in that the games didn't take forever. Especially when someone goes to war.