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Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance

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#1 locally pwned

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Posted 23 November 2007 - 04:18 PM

Anyone playing it?

So far, I'm happy with it. Great new units, though some of the new experimentals are a bit over the top...mainly the Aeon "endless resource generator" and the UEF satellite (the satellite itself can't be destroyed; to bring it down you must take out the facility in the UEF base...you know, the one with 50 SAM towers and 20 T3 shields... :thumbsup:).

Sure, the Cybran Megalith kicks booty (and looks mighty cool doing it), but I don't think the game needed any more weapon systems that can be deployed anywhere on the map from the safety of "home."

I do like the new army. I was hoping for a bit more diversity, but honestly I think that overall game balance is more important. The new units for all the factions should "spice up" gameplay - in terms of diversity - across the board.

The only thing I don't care for is the fact that the game seems to further support turtle players. It's getting harder for a rusher to make an honest living... :flowers:
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