A smart, hypnotic city builder that won't leave you tearing out your hair.
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Not quite as novel as its predecessor, but the co-op is still bewitching.
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Refreshing tactical changes and some of the best maps in the series make this an experiment worth checking out.
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A mountain of issues gets in the way of the gratuitous monster murder and engaging customisation.
An exceptional RTS let down by a very disappointing remaster.
A polished, wide-ranging update that brings the classic RTS into the modern age.
Huge, inventive and the reason I'm sleep deprived. It's brilliant.