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Act of Aggression

Focus Home Interactive, Eugen Systems
Sep 2, 2015 - PC
Fair

OpenCritic Rating

72

Top Critic Average

35%

Critics Recommend

PC Gamer
70 / 100
GameSpot
7 / 10
Destructoid
7.5 / 10
GamingTrend
60 / 100
Gaming Nexus
9.5 / 10
PC Invasion
9 / 10
Wccftech
8.8 / 10
COGconnected
70 / 100
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Critic Reviews for Act of Aggression

AI flaws and a limp campaign let down an otherwise-accomplished RTS revival.

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It's rough, it's incomplete, it's awful in places. But it's also raw and decadent. Soaked to the core in that quintessentially nineties cocktail of cynicism and an exultant love of violence, playing Act of Aggression feels like going back in time and returning to a home that only exists in your oldest memories. And that's special, even if it means dealing with some obtuse design issues.

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For those only interest in single-player, I'd recommend looking elsewhere. If online multiplayer or even AI skirmishes are all you need, Act of Aggression delivers a wonderful product.

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Uninspiring with a lack of original ideas. It might be noteworthy if it wasn't swimming in a pool crowded with 800-pound gorillas.

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Move over, Command and Conquer, there's a new king of the genre. Act of Aggression is a perfect recreation of the elements that made '90s and early '00s real-time strategy games such a joy to play. Diverse factions and units, continually evolving gameplay, and authentic-feeling maps make for a must-own game for RTS enthusiasts and newcomers.

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Eugen have taken the classic RTS formula and created a compelling and fun strategy game. Well worth your money.

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A wonderful entry into the RTS that's full of promise and has a great future as a multiplayer powerhouse. Act of Aggression should definitely be tried if you're a fan of the genre and want a modern take on a classic story.

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If you crave an old school RTS with updated graphics and unique factions to play, then this might be what you are looking for. The game is solid and has a great amount of polish; it just lacks anything innovative enough to keep players enticed for too long.

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