5 I love the smell of Plasma in the morningsMobius | 27/04/2007 | See all Mobius's reviews (173)Top 100 Reviewer Top 100 DVD Reviewer Top 10 Games Reviewer Top 100 Electronics Reviewer Top 100 Gadgets Reviewer Top 100 PC Reviewer A nice change of pace from the other Real-time strategy games out there. Its a good feature to be able to play on such a large scale. this is the first strategy game that I've played in a long time the has Land Sea and air units, but its not just about units theres the base to think off as well, like having Strategic missile defence for incoming nuke attacks or having your own nuke launchers as well as long range artillery. Supreme commander offers the player much more with the ability to queue orders or manipulate patrol routes with a simple drag and drop. The feature I love the most is the one that allows you to fully zoom out to see the entire map and even from this zoomed out view everything is controllable. If your one of the lucky few to have two monitors set up you can even have one monitor displaying the entire battle field with your other monitor zoomed in up close. This is a game that requires a decent pc but if you have anything above a 2.8 CPU with a gig of ram and the latest g card then you shouldnt have any real issues playing this game. For me personally this game joins the ranks of other great strategy games like Medieval Total War II, Defcon, Darwinia, Company of Heroes and Dawn of War. Dont get this game if you have a short attention span or youre a sore loser because you wont enjoy it, but if like a good RTS and you find that other strategy games are just a little to familiar then Supreme commander offers something new that the RTS gaming world needed a new perspective tired of games like Command and Conquer then give it a go.