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Aggressive Side-Scrolling Aerial Combat with Progression 1

It seems that the public-at-large cannot get over how freaking awesome old-fashioned dog fighting is. No, this indy title is not about Michael Vick’s underground criminal career, but classic World War I airplane-on-airplane action. Nimbly Games’s Altitude delivers classic aerial combat with an attractive two-dimensional style but problems with the leveling system hold it back from being a great game. A quick tutorial is present and skirmishes can be played against computer controlled bots, but t...

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Defending the Grid Feels Oddly Familiar 0

The red-headed step-child of the Real Time Strategy genre, Tower Defense games have been minorly popular for the last 10 years.  The basic idea behind the genre is that there are dudes going from point A to point B.  Kill them before they reach point B.  Hidden Path Entertainment's Defense Grid: The Awakening applies some minor twists to the formula, though not a lot, but it does offer a solid experience that is oftentimes enjoyable.Controls are extremely simple and point to the game's future XB...

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Real Time Tactics at its Finest 4

The common misnomer of real time "strategy" has persisted throughout the gaming community since the days of the first Command and Conquer.  A strategy dictates which large scale battles to fight and which to avoid while tactics are the choices said battlefield, a division few games place emphasis upon.  Relic has chosen to focus on tactics in Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II, and that focus creates a brutal and exciting experience.The piece of gameplay that the two modes share is combat system. ...

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