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Grey Goo

Grey Box, Petroglyph
Jan 23, 2015 - PC
Strong

OpenCritic Rating

79

Top Critic Average

69%

Critics Recommend

IGN
7.6 / 10
PC Gamer
82 / 100
Metro GameCentral
7 / 10
GameSpot
8 / 10
Destructoid
7 / 10
Shacknews
8 / 10
GamingTrend
90 / 100
Gaming Nexus
8 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Grey Goo

IGN

7.6 / 10.0
T.J. Hafer

Grey Goo oozes with enjoyment for old-school

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Two very similar factions dull its edge, but Grey Goo's old-school take on strategy still makes it one of the most interesting new RTS games in years.

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One of the best real-time strategies for some time, although it's a shame that despite a few new ideas it's not really interested in pushing the genre forward.

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Great gameplay and a modern look make Grey Goo an excellent traditional RTS.

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With a hefty asking price, Grey Goo has a handful of wonderful ideas while also treading similar ground, but the community dropoff rate has absolutely killed the online aspect of it. It's a solid real-time strategy that will likely please fans of the genre, but most may want to wait for the resurgence of players with the inevitable sequel or expansion, which will hopefully come with more features. The titular Goo race is one of the freshest aspects of the genre in a long time, and I hope that Petroglyph has some more great ideas up its sleeves for the future.

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By most standards, Grey Goo is an excellent real-time strategy game with fantastically unique factions and stunning graphics. Its campaign undermines some of its positive aspects with a steep difficulty curve, some annoying "gotcha" moments, and maps that can make it difficult for expansion. Despite this, and the amount of multitasking it takes to manage over the Goo faction, you can hardly find a better real-time strategy game than Grey Goo.

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Grey Goo wildly exceeds all expectations for presentation and gameplay. While there are a few issues with cheating and infinite units in single player, the multiplayer is rock solid. The Goo itself presents an all-new twist to the RTS world, and any fan of the genre should experience it. Grey Goo is the best RTS title I've played in a very long time.

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Grey Goo isn't a paradigm shift but Petroglyph still really know what they're doing when it comes to RTS. They introduce some clever new twists on the formula and tell an intriguing story in the process. For anyone wishing for a spiritual successor to Command & Conquer, Grey Goo is definitely it.

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