La humanidad tiene los días contados. Dos años después de la Guerra Infinita, las naciones que un día fueron poderosas ahora están en ruinas y la esperanza de un futuro mejor no es más que un amargo recuerdo.
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La humanidad tiene los días contados. Dos años después de la Guerra Infinita, las naciones que un día fueron poderosas ahora están en ruinas y la esperanza de un futuro mejor no es más que un amargo recuerdo. Un nuevo enemigo, aparentemente imparable y con el apoyo de los fanáticos de La Orden, ahora busca erradicar las facciones UEF, Aeon y Cybrian por igual. Encontrándose al borde del abismo, lo que queda de las fuerzas de la humanidad deberá dejar a un lado los viejos odios y unirse mientras se prepara para resistir por última vez. Una última oportunidad. Una alianza forjada con sangre, acero y esperanza para enfrentarse a la oscuridad.

Características principales:

  • Nueva facción con la que jugar: Una facción completamente nueva estará disponible en el modo multijugador y será una importante amenaza durante la campaña para un jugador. Esta nueva amenaza es una raza astuta y taimada con tecnología avanzada, así como una verdadera maestra de la tecnología cuántica. ¡Nuevas armas, nuevas estrategias, nuevas conquistas!
  • Nuevas unidades: Los ejércitos evolucionan con 110 nuevas unidades de tierra, aire, base y experimentales para corregir las debilidades estratégicas o para llegar a ser la máxima expresión de la doctrina militar entre facciones
  • La guerra a una escala épica: Mediante flotas perfectamente diseñadas, armamento orbital y tecnología de contraespionaje avanzada, los comandantes disponen de nuevas habilidades sin precedentes en lo que es el juego de estrategia en tiempo real más destacable del mercado
  • Nuevos mapas multijugador: Los 12 nuevos mapas multijugador ofrecen nuevos campos de batalla para que los jugadores demuestren su supremacía
  • Nueva campaña para un jugador: Juega a una campaña totalmente nueva para un jugador mientras reúnes fuerzas para salvar a la humanidad de su extinción

Requisitos del sistema

    Mínimo:
    • SO: Windows® XP Service Pack 2, Windows® Vista
    • Procesador: 1.8 GHz
    • Memoria: 512 MB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 8 GB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Gráfica con 128 MB de VRAM, compatible con DirectX 9 y con soporte para Vertex Shader / Pixel Shader 2.0 (ATI 9600+, nVidia 6200+) o superior
    Recomendado:
    • SO: Windows® XP Service Pack 2, Windows® Vista
    • Procesador: Intel a 3.0 GHz, equivalente de AMD o superior
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 8 GB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Gráfica con 256 MB de VRAM, compatible con DirectX 9 y con soporte para Vertex Shader / Pixel Shader 2.0 (nVidia 6800 o superior)
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A 17 de 17 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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What can I say, this is from a time when THQ wasnt ruled by the terrible Sith Lord SEGA.
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This is a significant upgrade to the SupCom engine, making everything appear much more polished and smoother, especially with fog of war. Along with balance changes and new units, it's like a whole new game, rather than an expansion. My favorite part of this game is how it offers a mesmerising view of a futuristic battlefield. How it allows you to zoom up, watch individual parts of an unit move and fire true projectiles. That might not seem to be not that special, but the level of amusement I get when I see projectiles hit things they're not supposed to hit is goofy high. I can spend hours zoomed in just to watch the animations of units, even small things like energy storage growing taller as more energy is stored, and how engineers tilt their wheels to float on the water. I wish every game had strategic zoom like this game, with such polished visuals.

The user interface is still rather basic, but much improved over the original, giving you much more space to see the battlefield. It requires 3rd party add-ons (UI mods) to allow things such as keybind remapping, to display health bars all the time, managing templates easier, and upgrade helpers. I highly recommend at least getting GAZ_UI (I used version 6.1). I had to adjust my build order with the changes that took place, such as starting with a factory first. It wasn't until FA that I seriously started to look at deciphering all the + and - numbers on everything, and learning how to balance energy income with mass income, depending on what I wanted to build. A lot of reading tooltips, looking at unit stats in the unit database web page, and a bit of math helped me out, which is akin to doing spreadsheets.

This game seems to love Intel processors, or those with great "single-thread" performance. Playing on a laptop or AMD CPU will result in some slow-mo action before the end. Even if you have a good CPU, playing in a game with another with a slow CPU can make it agonizingly slow for you, especially if you're used to it being faster. The game doesn't run smoothly at full speed if there's someone else in your game with a poor or unreliable connection as well. I felt like I couldn't play big 8 player games with air battles and 1000 unit cap, until I got my PC upgraded (from AMD X3 720 to i2600k).

The gameplay itself is a handful. It's a challenge to multi-task. The objective is simple, to destroy the enemy commander, but achieving it is another story. You should manage to progress your economy, never settling with a certain amount as "enough", and considering how there's 3 tech levels of it and the hugeness of how maps are, you quickly find out how difficult it is to keep track of anything spread out. Staying compact will allow you to progress through tech at a manageable pace, but this is not an ideal way to achieve victory. Until you get used to things, to the point they become subconscious actions, your strategies will be extremely limited. I resorted to gambling with basic strategies, such as building up dozens of tanks, outnumbering the enemy, and using an upgraded commander to spearhead the assault, looking to surround the enemy commander. At first it was successful, but as maps get bigger and enemy teams get more members, this becomes less effective. Using a dozen tech 2 bombers or gunships to just simply fly in and bomb the enemy commander was a gamble that was easily countered by a shield and a few flak units. Once I got the hang of quickly upgrade my mass, I tried getting out an experimental as quickly as possible, but this strat could be beaten by a zerg rush. Sneaking a T3 commander with a transport as soon as possible was a huge gamble, but seemingly was the only strat that worked if I could land it where I wanted, without endless practice in other parts of the game.

Multiplayer is still barely alive. I was able to register my product serial on Steam to play there, but a competing 3rd party lobby seems to be sucking players away with its advertising. If you choose to play multiplayer on that other lobby, "FAF", I hope you have thick skin and have great luck! I'd describe it as being an active volcano. Be extra cautious and watch out for eruptions. Go in with low expectations, else you may be disappointed, as their advertisements are clearly biased. They lose as many users as they get new ones, due to how toxic and unwelcoming they can be to some, especially those who go in expecting too much. Stick it out and endure the frustration and you'll be able to play one of the most noteworthy RTS games with some actual players.

After playing this, I haven't found another RTS that has impressed me enough. SupCom2 was okay for a short while, fixing some issues I had with Forged Alliance, but was not close to being a FA killer, since it just didn't have the same scale and felt cheapened overall, such as with the cheesy sound effects (ex. commander explosion) and Aeon unit names that sounded cheap and unoriginal. I can't wait for a real update to SC:FA.
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TL: DR- 10/10, literally one of the three best strategy games i've ever played, and probably the best RTS.

This game can have a steep learning curve, and campaign missions may well take you two hours to complete if you go carefully, or twice that if you go full defensive on the hardest difficulty setting, but this just means that there's actually meaning to good base design, and it is incredibly satisfying to build up an impenetrable fortress then create an army that will flatten your opponent... hopefully. Then there's also the option of building so many nuclear launch facilities that you can overwhelm your enemy's missile defense systems and drown them in nuclear fire (for reference, nukes in this game are just about the hardest to obtain in any game i've found, but they're also the most visually spectacular and you actually have cause to fear them)

There is a good variety of options for the skirmish mode, you can put yourself in a cagefight with a trio of AI opponents that cheat just for added difficulty, you can customise some major gamemode settings such as completely disallowing certain units or tech-levels, or you can increase the rate at which everyone gathers resources to speed the game up a bit.

The graphics are very nice, especially considering the number if units you will have running around the map at any given time. the textures don't look that great if you were to zoom all the way in, but if you do that you'll zoom out again to find that OH GOD THE CYBRAN HAD A BUNCH OF STEALTHED MONKEYLORDS OUTSIDE MY BASE AND THEY'RE TRAMPLING MY REACTORS!

However, the place this game really outshines anything else i've played is its interface. you can customise so easily what the map shows you in terms of the range of your anti-air, anti ground, indirect fire, etc, your sonar, radar, omnisensor ranges... it offers you so much information but if you're finding it overwhelming you can just switch it all of with about two clicks.
Unit control is so good in this game, in terms of automation. you can very reasonably set up a factory to produce infinite of a set of units, have air transports pick them up from your base, and airdrop into a different part of the map with no input from the player. this makes managing hundreds (or, with mods, thousands) of units so much eaiser, leaving you to direct your army, navy and airforce, and watch the explosions.
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One hard strategy game with quite a few things going on. Quite a bit different (and more challenging and rewarding IMO) than starcraft or Age of Empires or even Planetary Annihilation. Quite an impressive feat considering when Forged Alliance game came out.

This game is going to be alive for a while until another Supreme Commander comes out that pleases all of the fans. Most prefer this one over Supreme Commander 2.

Be sure to look up Forged Alliance forever if you get this game. It will help you with matches, watching replays of other players and other things.
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Good RTS overall.

Way more deep & complexe than most of the games in its genere.
A must have for any RTS lover.
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If you liked Total Annihilation, get this. Don't bother with Supreme Commander 2. And check out Forged Alliance Forever, the community multiplayer mod, it makes the game.
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A spectacular game of immense scale and strategy, unlike other RTSs. You don't understand epic until you play SupCom.
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10/10

I LOVE this game. It is a classic I will play for a life time.

That said, I can't believe what tragedy Supreme Commander 2 was. How the hell could they have screwed up so bad??? I mean FFS. Were they trying to get the children who had the same I.Q as a monkey to play???

Keep it complex. Keep it strategy oriented. and you will have my money.
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I loved Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance and it is a great game but I would love to see a workshop come up for it and I am sure others would agree with me.
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Standalone, easily moddable. Epic campaign, epic scale. The UI is soooo much better than Supreme Commander, but the gameplay is basicaly the same, with a lot of new units and a new faction and a way harsher campaign. The only RTS game where I didn't feel restrained by the game but instead helped by it. Lots of UI details allow you to set up complex strategies with little effort other than thinking those strategies.
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stop nuke by running a horde of planes into it

10/10
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Hands down my favorite RTS by far. Playerbase remains active (mostly on FAF, but Steam has a bit of activity as well) and is generally friendly and helpful. Learning curve is a bit steep, but then again, the learning curve for a good RTS SHOULD be steep. Highly recommended to any fan of the genre.
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The best strategy game, ever. I have never enjoyed mastering a more complex and exciting game
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This game may be old, but it is very fun and has a relitively challanging campaign (Compared to other RTS games...)
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best strategy game ever made
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Fun, but I wish that it had a better tutorial. The online mode is really fun though.
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If you're into RTS you MUST play this.
The predecessor Total Anihhilation in the 90's was awesome.
Supreme Commander/ Forged Alliance in 2007 were awesome but lacked a decent multiplayer platform.

Forged Alliance Forever (google it) has fixed it!

Buy it! You won't regret it!
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IMPORTANT !!!!!!!!!
Download FAF Forever online to play with other people online
very good game, action packed, good community of people.
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Feel the raw satisfaction of destroying your enemies after fifty minutes spent building an epic and vast army, or scream in agony when they build one level four prototype in fifteen minutes and ♥♥♥♥ you in the ♥♥♥.

8/10
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