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Colonize solar systems, smash entire worlds, and crush your foes in epic battles with multiple players and thousands of units. Don't just win, annihilate!
Release Date: Jun 13, 2013
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What the developers have to say:

Why Early Access?

“Welcome to the Galactic War Update. Galactic War is Planetary Annihilation’s new single-player experience.

In Galactic War, you’re placed in control of a reawakened Commander with a limited tech tree. By exploring and fighting across the new mode's procedurally generated systems, you’ll collect new technology, discover special abilities, and battle against cunning AI Commanders. Strategic flexibility and creativity are required.

You define the scale and intensity of Galactic War: each of the mode’s sizes offer different tech trees, drops, and challenges.

This update isn’t the “final” game. It’s a phase of development -- a phase in which we’ve added a new single-player mode. This is just the first iteration, too. We’ll be supporting the mode much like we support our core game with updates.

When you buy Planetary Annihilation, you’re helping us shape a next-generation RTS. Send us your feedback, comments, and ideas on our message board. The team is constantly checking them and hearing what you have to say. Be heard!”

How long will this game be in Early Access?

“Until the game's "done." Generally speaking, that's when we get all the awesome things we want into a 1.0 release.”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“The full version of Planetary Annihilation will offer new and exciting features that we'll gradually roll into THIS version as we complete them.”

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“We've just implemented Galactic War, an exciting single-player experience. We have a few "big rock" features left to implement. For example, asteroid belts are one of these features.”

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“We plan to stay flexible.”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“We welcome all feedback and views. Hit us up on social media (@uberent or Planetary Annihilation on Facebook), talk to us on the Steam forums or visit our own official forums: forums.uberent.com”
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Galactic War: Build 69564

July 25th, 2014

[Before playing this latest build of Planetary Annihilation, we ask that our community makes sure their eyeballs are planted securely in their skulls. Also, it's probably an excellent idea to turn off all your mods. New builds with the amount of eye-poppingly awesome changes like this one often introduce issues with outdated mods.]

Huge news! Huge update! Over the last three or so weeks, we’ve been churning out an epic amount of changes to Planetary Annihilation. Today, we’re releasing all of them in this Mega Update you’ve, hopefully, just received.

So, what’s new? The first thing we think you’ll notice is how much faster the game now runs. PA is quickly becoming a leaner and meaner machine than ever before courtesy some extra cycles devoted to ratcheting up the polish. Feel free to blow away your foes with a few more units, build a couple more factories, and play on more multi-planet systems. Basically, enjoy the smoother ride.

Speaking of rides, take note of the new Commander entrance animation. After picking your spawn point, your Commander will come screaming into battle in a orbital pod of doom. We also added a new spawn option that, if selected in a lobby, allows you to spawn anywhere on a map. This option brings a new kind of aggression that foreshadows the huge and unrestrained battles Planetary Annihilation is known for.

Icing on the cake? We've re-designed the lobby screen, as well as splashed a new coat of paint on Spectator mode, stat screen, and the game end user interface.

Oh, and one more thing: watch out (or cackle with glee) whenever you make a new system in the editor. Planets that intersect in orbit now explode when they touch.

Enhanced patch notes available below. Check them out, and don't forget to head over to the forums to discuss them in detail!

Detailed Changes:

[AI] Added an AI confif file to make it easier to change how the AI decides how many factories and fabbers to build.
[AI] Fix for AI units not moving while underwater
[AI] Updated AI to improve starting build and ramp up time.
[AI] difficulty balance pass.

[Audio] Adding looping music tracks for Battle. Audio balace, falloff and template work.
[Audio] Adding a new FMOD parameter "view_frustum_distance"
[Audio] Fix surround sound inversion bug

[Balance] Give commander enough production to basically equal 3 mex, 3 power plants.

[Celestial] Enhanced planet collisions
[Celestial] Tweak the celestial physics limitations so that elliptical orbits are much more possible.

[Client FX] Fix commander explosion not having lod distances set.

[Game Start] The commander cinematic now shows up for all players, not just the host.

[Gameover] Title and styling varies with game state (shows defeated, game complete, or victory).
[Gameover] Shows a summary of selected stats for the player.

[Gameplay] Fixed boom bots damage
[Gameplay] fix the default action when clicking on an unfinished factory to now repair the factory instead of assisting it.
[Gameplay] Move feature icons (aka metal spot icons) to the surface of the water, which is where we place metal extractors.
[Gameplay] Fix for units not reclaiming wreckage that overlaps a build area.
[Gameplay] Fix projectile turn rate code.
[Gameplay] Fix for multiplayer games not spawning multiple commanders.
[Gameplay] Switched commander spawn delay to 5 seconds so timing works with Ben's new spawn effect.
[Gameplay] tweeked torpedo launchers so the turret isn't as low. This will hopfully make them work better when built on the shoreline.

[GW] Fix for GW game over not abandoning the game.

[Keyboard] Fixed 'q' and 'shift+q' bindings both firing.

[Lobby] Added "land anywhere" option to the lobby.

[OpenGL] Fall back to 2.1 context if 3.1 fails.

[Pathing] Fixed not coming to rest when smaller unit assists larger unit causing the smaller unit to push the larger unit around.

[Perf] Recon performance work ; Recon was causing quite a bit of late game performance hit. Work on improving this.

[PIP] Added PiP mirror mode.
[PIP] Added "last alert" pip mode.

[SDL] Integrate Windows version of SDL port.

[Settings] changed some confusing option titles: focus paths -> order previews. on / off -> energy on / energy off.

[Spectating] Spectators now get the celestial activity alert.

[Stats] Lots of behavior bug fixes (graph will now update at the correct times).
[Stats] Added a table view (which can show either a snapshot of current stats of the game averages).
[Stats] Stats history will be requested when the player becomes a spectator (since the collected history may not show oppenent data). This can take awhile since we can only ask for one slice of history at a time.
[Stats] added new army stats: units built / units lost / enemy units destroyed. changed the damagable interface to accept a damager, who will may be given credit when the damagable is killed. currently only unit kills are tracked. added new fields to the army stats message sent by the stats_viewpoint. these new fields are not currently used yet, though they are sent to the ui.
[Stats] the live game stats panel can now show data for multiple armies.

[System Templates] 5 player system updates and adding a smashable asteroid to the 4 player-4 planet system.

[System Editor] When dragging planets, round position to the nearest 100
[System Editor] Added simulation time display
[System Editor] Turned off the editing controls while simulating. (Changing those will result in basically corrupting your system.)
[System Editor] Fixed the simulation reset not going all the way to 0.
[System Editor] Changed the physics time step to be frame rate independent.
[System Editor] Correct the orbits of moons around moons (etc) when moving a base planet.
[System Editor] Make any planets veolicty grabber grabbable (not just the selected planet)
[System Editor] when you drag a planet with a moon, move the moon with the planet.
[System Editor] Draw orbits for all planets.
[System Editor] Changed the "simulate" button to "stop" while simulating. When "stop" is pressed, the system will reset to the initial state.
[System Editor] A very coarse pass on fixing up some default planets. To any future planet designers, mass 1000 is *almost* never the right choice. I don't want to go so far as to enforce a larger mass on the server, but please use 5000 as the 'default' moon mass.

[UI] camera controls will no longer automatically change when the active keymaps change. the live_game scene now subscribes the active keysmaps and wil update the camera controls when required.
[UI] Fix for ghost structures under construction not going away if they atrophied while hidden under the fog of war.
[UI] Fix for features and ghost structures not going away when a planet was destroyed if your camera was not focued on that planet.
[UI] adding an option to squech global chat.
[UI] Added the radius to the planet list in the server browser.
[UI] Fix path displays for elliptical orbits.
[UI] Fix for being able to select invisible build bar tabs.
[UI] enabled spectator-only chat. Spectators (or defeated players) now have their own team chat channel. Also, there is now an option to prevent spectators from chatting with live players. This option can be set in the lobby.

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Planetary Annihilation Weekly Update

July 22nd, 2014

There’s a new kind of excitement worming its way through the studio, its warm tendrils slowly latching on to every single member of the team. We’re embracing the embrace; in the last few days, we’ve finalized our plans for the release of Planetary Annihilation and we’re giddily hacking away at what we need to do in order to deliver the polished, refined, and streamlined 1.0 version of the game on our own schedule.

From top to bottom, the 1.0 release of Planetary Annihilation will run leaner, faster, and look better. Our crew of engineers and programmers are pushing hard to improve the overall user experience by making the client and server run more smoothly. Take a trip to our office and you’ll hear the steady clack of keyboards, as brave coders clean blemishes and chew away at technical debt.

In the last couple of PTE builds, you’ve witnessed some of their work in making the game faster. You’ve also probably noticed extensive graphical and user interface improvements. New and more stunning particle effects are breathing a whole new life into Commander and nuclear explosions. New game screens and various menus have also been introduced.

The 1.0 release will also hit digital and store shelves with new features and mechanics, one of which is available. In our GiantBomb interview, we mentioned we really liked the idea of allowing you to spawn anywhere on a map instead of in a pre-selected spot. This is now in the game. We like what it brings to the table: spawning wherever brings a new kind of swagger, a new kind of intensity that foreshadows the sprawling, massive battles that Planetary Annihilation is all about.

What’s “Finished,” Really?

What’s finished anyway? It’s a question Jon Mavor brings up a lot when we talk about the 1.0 build. In a lot of ways, we see 1.0 as just the beginning of the story: a rocking sentence that hooks you for an entire novel. We plan to support PA for a long time, creating new content as quickly as possible to keep the action interesting. Sometimes, when we daydream at our desks, we think about all the new things we can bring to the game after this push.

So, all this is to say that 1.0 is coming, but that doesn’t mean we’re “done.” It’s just the beginning — and we can’t wait to take you on the ride.

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Early Access Includes:

  • Instant Access - Gives you access to the game right now during the gamma phase -- and after when Planetary Annihilation releases.
  • Theta Commander: The Theta Commander is a hulking and unique shell only available to those who purchase the game in Early Access or pre-purchase the title at a later date.
  • Orchestral Soundtrack: The PA Soundtrack is the game’s score by Howard Mostrom and it's recorded by a live orchestra. It will be yours via digital download when the game is released.
  • Desktop Wallpaper: This is the official full release Planetary Annihilation wallpaper and will come in a variety of resolutions for you to choose. Design to be finalized by release.
  • Digital Artbook - From early concepts to renders, this is a compilation of the art and design that went into Planetary Annihilation. To be finalized by release.

About the Game

Colonize solar systems, annihilate homeworlds, and obliterate your foes in epic interplanetary battles with multiple players and thousands of units. Planetary Annihilation takes the RTS to a never-before-seen scale -- and gives players powerful tools to control the action.

Control punishing spacecraft, powerful tanks, and an assortment of other futuristic machines of war in epic battles across entire solar systems. Set up entire planets as bases and teleport your units strategically into the heart of your foes’ strongholds. Or end matches with the mother of all weapons: an asteroid on a collision course.

And now, experience Planetary Annihilation's single-player mode, Galactic War, over and over again. Battle across a dynamic galaxy filled with procedurally generated content and use recovered technology and abilities to take control. Don't just win, annihilate!

Galactic War Update Features Include:

  • Epic Single-Player - Galactic War is a twist on traditional real-time strategy campaigns that has players battling across a dynamic galaxy filled with procedurally-generated content. Every playthrough is different. Annihilation is final.
  • Epic Multiplayer - Play with up to ten friends (or enemies) in massive free-for-all and team-based matches.
  • Spectate And Broadcast - Spectate matches with a suite of incredible viewing options or broadcast with our integrated Twitch.TV support.
  • Advanced Command And Control - With intuitive drags and clicks, seamlessly switch between planets, mine resources, create custom unit formations, or pulverize armies.
  • Dynamic Picture-In-Picture - View and interact with your units on another planet in a second window as you focus and control the action in your primary view.
  • Instant Replays - View in-match recordings in real-time while matches are in progress. See when a battle turned by rewinding the game to any point or check out the entire match after a game ends.
  • Smash Planets - Don’t just win, annihilate. End games with the mother of all weapons: an asteroid on a collision course.

Upcoming Features Include:

  • Even Bigger Multiplayer - Up to 40-person battles with hundreds to thousands of units.
  • Profile Pages - Check out your latest game replays, personalize your profile, and see your stats.
  • Private Servers! - Play connected to the UberNet servers, your own private server, or offline. It’s your choice. Early Access online connectivity is required to play.

PC System Requirements

    • OS:Windows Vista SP2 64-bit
    • Processor:32 or 64-bit Dual Core or better
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Shader 3.0 / OpenGL 3.0 +
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Additional:These specs are still being determined.
    • Processor:Quad Core
    • Memory:8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Dedicated Graphics Chip (Not Integrated) / OpenGL 3.0+
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Additional:These specs are still being determined.

Mac System Requirements

    • OS:OS/X 10.7, 10.8 or 10.9 (64-bit)
    • Processor:64-bit Dual Core better
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Shader 3.0 / Open GL 3.2+
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Additional:These specs are still being determined.
    • We urge all OS/X users to use the free upgrade to 10.9 to guarantee maximum compatibility and performance.

Linux System Requirements

    • OS:Ubuntu 12.04/13.04, Linux Mint 14 & 15 (64-bit only)
    • Processor:64-bit Dual Core better
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Shader 3.0 / Open GL 3.0+
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Additional:These specs are still being determined.
Helpful customer reviews
380 of 442 people (86%) found this review helpful
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1 review
24.9 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Remember Rome: Total War? Taking over a continent with large scale armies was great. Watching hundreds of arrows arching into a tightly packed phalanx, breaking it up just before the distracting charge from your Swordsmen forced them out of position so your Cavalry could break through the side. What a game.

I believe this is the next best thing. In terms of scale, it is crazy! Most matches have the potential to see orbital engagements, with Commander units fleeing the battle torn main planet in search of refuge. A nearby moon makes for a better base than the distant planet. Once secure, the moon is turned into a war factory, pumping out robots and tanks into a teleporter to be fed back into the foothold left on the starting planet. Then, just as your waves and waves of units seem to be breaking the enemy line of defense, they nuke your teleporter and push you completely off the planet!

But all is not lost... You move every construction unit into the production of Halleys - giant rockets that can move small planets out of orbit... All the while inter-planetary nukes harass your anti-nuke defense and orbital units flood into your atmosphere trying to break through. But you manage to hold on just long enough to finish building your Moon of Doom, and it is time to quickly flee with your commander to the unoccupied planet.

Now comes the fun as your push the moon into a new orbit of the sun; one which intersects with the orbit of the home planet - now riddled with machines of war, eager to break out and destroy you. However, without a foothold on the moon, nor an attempt at collonising the distant planet, your enemy has no where to go, and can only watch as a multi million ton projectile, hurled through space, smashes into his base, obliterating the planet, triggering the destruction of their Commander unit, and knocking them out of the game.

Yeah it's fun :D I just need someone to play with :(

Multiplayer is where it is at, as unlike most strategy games, you can play as the same colour, sharing controlling of the same units, as well as team up. What's more, unique game modes like 1v3v3v3 can be played due to the dedicated servers, whereby the aim of the game is to knock out the solo player who has a production bonus. Almost like a race to break into the fortress!
Watch this if you need any more convincing! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UArrkWiwvE
Posted: February 5th, 2014
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This game, currently in Beta, has been through a lot lately. I wasn't in the Alpha but I am in the Beta versions. It is a simple large-scale real time strategy ( or Large-RTS ) with a unique look and feel. Now I've always been a fan of Large RTS games despite the lack of them; Total Annihilation and Supreme Commander were the two Large RTS games I've played and enjoyed a lot, despite me not being the best at them. But comparing this game to those two, it is a lot smoother and easily more playable for newbies.

This game is worth while for those who enjoy large battles with hundreds of units and no unit capacity ( as of right now anyway ) and a lot of explosions. But sadly it gets repetitive as of right now with the lack of visuals and variety between units and structures. But many games suffer from that in the real time strategy genre during early development and such. Now in my opinion the price is a bit too high for what it would be sold as during release and I think it should be lowered down slightly, but I'm not in control of prices so I couldn't change it. Also currently the main way games are ended in certain systems are via Nukes and Planetary Annihilation without a way to disable either right now. You can remove all small planets but nukes still exist.

For visuals and audio this game is actually quite nice, even the explosions, it is unique and does well to follow the Total Annihilation way of keeping a player wanting to play the game over and over. Basicly right now it is a Total Annihilation game on a planetary scale but a lot smoother. I also wish to point out that it is quite demanding on your computer if you wish for a system with more then a few worlds, sadly. Sure some people would be able to run it but others may not and might have to stick to maybe a couple of worlds as ususal, which is currently the default.

Galactic War was added with the Galactic War Update. It is more like a Skirmish against bots at the current moment of time with a 'turn' system in between battles and technologys. Really it isn't much more then that, so unless you find that interesting you might as well stick with Skirmish.

So I would recommend this game but you have to remember it is in Early Access and isn't completely finished, it needs more units and structures currently and the developers are trying hard to please a large variety of players. So if you would enjoy this kind of game go ahead and buy it early or wait till it is finished.
Posted: February 17th, 2014
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80 of 117 people (68%) found this review helpful
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4.8 hrs on record
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Like Total Annihilation or Supreme Commander? You will love this. This has to be the biggest RTS game ever. You're not just fighting on 1 planet, your fighting on many.. at the same time!. The scale of this game is mind boggling massive..

No more flat landscapes, each battle is on a planets in solar systems. Look at the screenshots, to get some idea of scale, then buy it..

*Still early access, there are things that are annoying that I'm sure will be fixed.
Posted: May 24th, 2014
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23 of 29 people (79%) found this review helpful
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10.0 hrs on record
Early Access Review
This review is relevant as of 25/06/2014 using version Galactic .67523


The Gameplay for Planetary Annihilation consists of having a commander that is dropped on a planet, and having to build up your base, carefully managing an economy so that you don’t expand too quickly or too slowly, while building a massive armada of troops that you will use to help annihilate your enemies.

A match takes place across a solar system and depending on what kind of solar system you are fighting on (does it have moons? How many planets? Etc) it drastically changes what kind of tactics you will have to use and what kind of approach you need to take to beat the enemy.

For fans of Supreme commander this game will seem extremely familiar, with some of the supreme commander team being behind this game, it retains the feel that supreme commander had and most importantly it does not dumb down itself for the masses, it retains a great deal of complexity while accurately achieving the “easy to learn hard to master” feel.

You will have to manage orbital, aerial, naval, and land troops to achieve victory. This can be slightly overwhelming when you are managing multiple planets and is the only downside to the Gameplay. But if your cup of tea happens to be managing a massive amount of troops in a gigantic scale then that will not be a downside for you.

In the multiplayer side of things you can have multiple people playing as the same faction, or being able to command each-others armies. This means you can have a 3v1 against the computer (who of course can manage all their troops no problem) and have a challenging time. The resources are balanced depending on the breakdown of the teams, so if you are 3 v 1 the 1 will get a 3x resources boost to keep things balanced.

I give Gameplay a 9/10 only losing 1 point for sometimes being difficult to manage the scale of things, but I stress that this is personal preference and that I know other players who enjoy this aspect very much.


Gameplay is a much more important aspect of a game for me than graphics. But those who have a much higher standard for graphical fidelity will not be disappointed. The game looks fantastic and the planets are visually pleasing, the graphics are as realistic as they need to be while retaining a very high quality look about them.

There is not much more I can say about the graphics other than they look fantastic, the game can sometimes slow down when there is a large system with a lot going on (this game is demanding on your system specs) but overall this does not detract from Gameplay. With it being early access there is still optimisation to be done so the finished product will run a lot smoother.

I give graphics a 9/10 only losing out to slowdowns when there is quite a large amount going on it a system.


The game balance is still somewhat lacking in most departments, although the developers have made some passes at correcting the game balance it is still unbalanced in many aspects.

In multiplayer some units get neglected in favour of others because they are far better than their same-tiered counterparts which should not be the case. The units should each fill in different roles and have different strengths/weaknesses rather than just an overall better feel to them.

Galactic warfare needs some more balancing on its technology side of things before it is an acceptably balanced game mode. With the locking away of certain technologies, some things become completely uncounterable and the player cannot even choose to branch out into these technologies that can counter the enemies due to the strange RNG system that the developers have went with for Galactic warfare.

I give balance a 5/10, for the most part the balance is acceptable and the game is playable, the galactic warfare drags this down quite significantly but the multiplayer experience is not detracted (simply because people tend to use the same overpowered units and it cancels out)


Being early access it is natural to expect bugs therefore I will not go into many details about the bugs that are In the game and only briefly cover the current state of the game

The game as it is right now is surprisingly bug free, some things such as the pause button going off the screen and the game not connecting to the game servers (which you NEED to do to play the game at all) can be very irritating, but the support for the game is good and the developers have a good track record of swatting bugs as they come up with frequent updates.
This section does not get a score, simply because it doesn’t seem appropriate to put this into the averaged score at the end of the review being that it is early access.


Overall I think if you like supreme commander, and you want a game that feels like what supreme commander 2 should have been like, you should most certainly buy this game. In early access it is already extremely fun and playable with a great community and vibrant multiplayer.

With offline play coming up soon the issue of having to play it connected will no longer be a problem, which was one of my major gripes with the game at first.

Overall this game gets an 8/10 from me. Very worth the £10 I spent on the steam sale for the game and most certainly worth the full price as well.
Posted: June 25th, 2014
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124 of 218 people (57%) found this review helpful
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Early Access Review
I love this game so much,It already has great potential and with the new Galactic War update makes the single player even more great.BUT,like everyone else says,it's still in early access,therefore the game is very buggy and laggy,not to mention that it has to be ALWAYS ONLINE,so if you don't have a great connection,your game will crash halfway a great planetary battle.This is only because it's still early access,in 1.0 release version,it will not be always online.If you really want to buy this game,wait for it to be on sale,it's a great game,just really buggy right now.I'm pretty sure in the future,my review will change into a thumbs up.
Posted: May 26th, 2014
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1,032 of 1,170 people (88%) found this review helpful
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112.6 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Strategy on a massive scale, conquering planets, invading solar systems, smashing moons. What's not to like?

The first iteration of Galactic War has been added to the game, with procedurally generated galaxies, that are unique with every run. It's not perfect, but it's excellent fun for a first pass, with unlockable technologies, AI assisted sub commanders, that make every run unique and fun. And it will only get better once the updates start rolling.

PA is still in development, but already great fun, I have to say, and it's already starting to show that it will go where no RTS has gone before when it comes to gameplay.

The real innovation is beginning to show, as Uber has started implementing important gameplay functionality. Area commands and PiP windows turn the task of managing whole planets into a breeze, while new units such as the stargate-like teleporter shows off how interesting solar system-wide warfare will be.

The game is taking a big step forward to completion, with a new orchestral score and lots of menu and gameplay polish being implemented.

If you feel that youre interested in the game and would like to contribute towards the development, I recommend going for it now. It has one of the best forum communities I ever had the pleasure to be a part of, and the developers engage with them on a daily basis, and actually listen to what the community wants.

If you prefer a polished experience rather than a rapidly changing gamma, I recommend holding off for a while.

In summary, if you loved Total Annihilation and Supreme Commander, but would like to take it a couple steps further, this is a game for you.

Disclaimer: As PA is in development, I will occasionally update this review to reflect the state of the game.
Posted: November 25th, 2013
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