I bought Supreme Commander so I could play another Real-time strategy other than Command & Conquer or Sins of a Solar Empire. What I found is that this game is what you would get if you mixed the two.
Supreme Commander has the Epic scale and resource management of Sins, but the Micromanagement and the strategy of C&C. Gameplay
- Able to run at Full graphical quality on even today's entry level cards, this game is set for the future, as it was one of the 1st games to boast Multi-core support. The attention to detail n this game is amazing, being able to zoom in to your smallest units and then out to see an entire army, then to the entire battlefield is a concept only seen in Sins.Graphics
- The Graphics are okay for a game from 2008, which is probably why it runs so smoothly.Soundtrack
- The soundtrack is only really noticeable on the menu and in battles, as every other time you are concentrating on building a massive army
If this game is on sale, it's a good offer, so if you have nothing else to buy, this could be a good choice.