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Supreme Commander (PC) [import anglais]

Plate-forme : Windows XP, Windows Vista

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  • Plate-forme:   Windows XP / Vista
  • Classification PEGI : 12 ans et plus 12 ans et plus
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  • ASIN: B000FNA2QY
  • Dimensions du produit: 19 x 14 x 3,2 cm ; 54 g
  • Date de parution : 16 février 2007
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent Value! 19 décembre 2013
Par Atrain - Publié sur
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If you are a fan of Total Annihilation, buy this game; don't listen to negative reviews which I will debunk in this review. Also, at the current cheap price of this game and the expansion, it is a steal; it's definitely worth the price. Don't even think about, buy it, so cheap.

WHAT MAKES THIS GAME GREAT: The strategy is far more interesting and complex than any other RTS game to date. In SC (Supreme Commander) you have the possibility of building up your main base and resources, with the hope of destroying your opponent with powerful artillery weapons, powerful units, nukes, etcetera. Or, you can try bum-rushing your opponent with artillery and other units, possibly crushing someone who tries building up their economy. A strategy of surprise attacks and counter attacks is much better developed in Supreme Commander than any other RTS game. SC is the only game that takes full advantage of "fog of war or cloak of darkness" as well as water. You can create diversions with attacks to draw armies away from base, then rush your opponent's base with armies that have can't be detected by enemy radar (with radar-jammers), underwater or amphibious units and armies (that can't be detected because they are underwater). You can try to quickly build radar-jammers and then start building heavy artillery next to your opponent's base, picking off defenses so you can send in your troops. Or you can try destroying your opponent's radar/intelligence capabilities with aircraft, so you can pursue any one of these strategies without being discovered.

I think people who say you can't use the terrain are being absurd. Have you compared the terrain in SC to Warcraft III or Starcraft? The terrain is completely useless in both those games. SC uses the terrain a million times more.

The strategy in other RTS games pale in comparison. Starcraft, Warcraft III, and Command/Conquer are about tactical battles; you have to worry about clicking fast so you can heal your units or give them special powers on offense or defense while you are battling, or ferry them out of battle to heal them. STUPID. Surprise attacks are rarely possible, because you don't have anything to hide in! None of these games use mountain, forest, or water terrain nearly as effectively as Supreme Commander or the "fog of war" and all the possibilities with radar (some games call it differently). I do not like the multiplayer/skirmish versions Starcraft, Warcraft III, and Command/Conquer, and I wish people who think those games are better to stop telling us those games are better than this game, because they are NOT. Take your game, and throw in the thrash where it belongs. Warcraft III is not about strategy, it is a tactical game. They are all the same thing (starcraft, warcraft III, CC) and they are all mediocre.

I don't buy this complaint about it not working on your computer. You must see if your computer can handle the game before you buy the game, period, no excuses. A good metaphor is this--you can't play Playstation 3 games on your Playstation 1 system. It's just the way life is. My computer has a 3 ghz processor, and it works fantastic. I don't understand these reviews of people having problems with the game and have systems that meet the recommended requirements.

The idea that this game is just about economics is foolish. Of course, it is in large part an economic game. However, when you are building up your economy you have to be very wary that your opponent isn't getting ahead of you militarily, and ready to crush you with a huge army. Or maybe your opponent will destroy your new factory, and you waste your time building. Or maybe the opponent will strike your commander, destroy him, and you lose. If you are just building up your economy and not preparing a defense--you will lose.

People complain that the game is unbalanced, and then they complain that the factions are identical. If you are too stupid to see the contradiction then you are wasting my time. Yes, the factions are pretty much the same, but this doesn't bother me too much, as your opponent will almost certainly not order up the same units as you, and you will have a different game every time.

Now, some of the complaints are justified. 1. There is no story. 2. The Campaign and Skirmish modes are flawed. I agree with these complaints. This game is best as multiplayer game against other humans, preferably friends that also like to play this game. Also, they could have made it better by having a "random map" generator. It would make the game more interesting if you didn't know what the map looked like before you started. I also agree with the idea that they need more small maps. Sometimes you can't or don't want to play 2-5 hours games. I also agree that the defense is a bit too strong, and artillery becomes a bit too important.

I would rate this game somewhere around a 9/10, maybe 8.5/10.

I decided to buy this game several years after it was released. Why? You always save lots of money that way. Also, technology improves and your system is more likely to handle the game. This could be why I had a much better experience than some of the other gamers. This game if fun, buy it the value is great right now.
1.0 étoiles sur 5 Maybe good for some, but SO SLOW, CLUNKY and INFERIOR to Starcraft II as an RTS 17 septembre 2015
Par A. Hamidi - Publié sur
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Game mechanics are decent, and the grander scale of it is cool...but the actual gameplay, army composition, general UI, and story lines are horrendous. If you want a game to keep your attention and actually pay mind to the characters/story line, play Starcraft I, Brood War, and Starcraft II. All vastly superior. And I can only imagine how bad multiplayer is with this game (I couldn't even bring myself to get to that point this game was so inferior). And I'm not even a Blizzard fan boy. Those are the only Blizz games I own- but they are solid. Best RTS I've ever played.

Again, it's not a BAD GAME in and of itself...but in comparison to it's competition (i.e. the Starcraft games), it's a joke.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 I liked it, and was glad I got the DVD version. 28 octobre 2013
Par Jandsm - Publié sur
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I played the demo ages ago but my computer couldn't run it. Now it's just fast enough to keep up without slowing down unless the map is filled with units.

So, I like it. I am a fan of Total Annihilation and wanted something more modern, which this game is just right. I also liked Spring but I wanted a game that was actually complete with features like saving and an AI.

Supreme Commander hit it right on the money for me.
The balance is different, but in a good way. You can still set up very tough fortifications, but they aren't invincible. It encourages you to use a little strategy to punch through defenses rather than just throwing hundreds of units at the enemy hoping you break through.

I like all the extra features, and it's got an okay, though very predictable campaign.

Personally if you get this I'd encourage you to get the expansion too, it adds so many interface features and makes the game run so much better!

Also, just so you know, you don't need Steam to install the DVD version, you can find the patches online.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Gameplay is fun when it doesn't shut down suddenly 25 juin 2014
Par John Q - Publié sur
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I love this game, but sometimes it shuts down on me suddenly and I have to replay an entire scenario over again. I'm running this game on Windows 8.1 Pro and it works great except for the shutting down part. Installation was fairly easy and straight forward though.

Another problem I have with it sometimes is the screen gets locked into an infinite rotation. It would just spin round and round. I would have to save the game and restart it for it to stop doing that.

Other than those 2 issues I have with it I can spend hours at a time playing this game. I have all the graphics options turned up to maximum and the game is just beautiful. Runs smoothly and no lagging even with millions of things going on at once on the screen. I would have given 5 stars if it weren't for the bugs that need patching. Patch please???
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good game that could have been much better 23 décembre 2010
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
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I thought the game was great considering it's been several years since it came out. I would have rated it higher if it wasn't for the fact the each faction is regurgitated on the same maps. I'm working on a second faction and it's the same maps with a slightly different story line but not by much. However, really can't complain considering it cost $5. I would have complained 2+ years ago when it came out. As for the game play itself, it is a very good game. Not sure how I didn't come across this when it came out many moons ago but a must buy for those who are into strategy type games like Command and Conquer and Starcraft. It is even more enjoyable because you can get it for $5. lol Also, make sure you pickup the expansion while you are at it. You can pick it up for the same price of $5 and it adds a little more to the original. Before getting Supreme Commander 2, you might want to look at the reviews.
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