Yes it’s a game on OnLive, so you must pay for it, yes it’s a persistent online multiplayer RTS and RTS games aren’t hugely available on OnLive (and that’s why I wanted to write this article), but for piss sakes, the setting is in a post apocalyptic world. Yurghghhhhh!! Let’s hope the pros outweigh this huge con. Dare I read on?
Tag - online strategy games
Android gamers, get ready for even more strategy gaming. Free to play, too!
Here’s a snapshot of the story, in the TL;DR format: One king used to rule all the land of Terra Vale. Something epic and totally messed up happened, and so the land was split into 12 Baronies. No, not islands, countries, or even districts. They’re Baronies. I know what you’re thinking and yes it is stupid. Anyway these Baronies are run by Dragon Riders. Your task is to get these guys to join you, since you probably don’t want to be on their bad side. No really! Look:
Console gamers must deal with the Activision effect. The browser gaming world must deal with Zynga. Developers, will you lose your soul too? Read More
Why isn’t David Stern fired? While the NBA continues to go nowhere fast with its lockout, the other sports scene (esports, that is) benefits from the chaos. How can that be?
E-sporting events are breaking viewing records faster than the old ones can be written, but are there red flags on the horizon? Read Onwards
Subscription based games are going the way of the dodo, and even Blizzard admits it. But what does this have to do with online strategy games? Well..
Read on, brotha
The writing was on the wall since the Starcraft series was monetized in the East, and it was only a matter of time before it engulfs the West. With the rise of high stakes million-dollar tournaments, it’s a whole new ball game. Keep Reading!
MMHK Mondays, Part 3
“On the Brink of the Brink of War”
Somehow my alliance has managed to avoid war for the past week, but our peace won’t last. My faction shares a border with our rival, and we can’t both keep expanding without more disputes arise.