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Supreme Commander

Released on 12 September 2008

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

3.0 out of 5 (10 customer reviews) | Write a review

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The year is 3844. For over 1,000 years, a terrible conflict called the Infinite War has raged between three human-based factions: the United Earth Federation (UEF), Aeon Illuminate and Cybran Nation.

Using Quantum Gate technology, the three factions can create 'Quantum Tunnels' to nearly any location in the galaxy, granting them near instantaneous travel to even the most distant plants. Massive Armoured Command Units can construct and unleash entire armies anytime and anywhere.

The Infinite War has claimed billions of lives. Entire planets have been turned into nothing more than smouldering rocks floating lifelessly in space.

There is no room for compromise. There is no room for mercy. Only you can end the Infinite War.

Adding to the expansive Supreme Commander universe, the Xbox 360 edition features exclusive new units, updated maps and two new multiplayer modes.

Further more, gamers are able to take the fight online against up to three other players from around the world via Xbox LIVE. In addition, a revised, console-specific control interface and HUD gives gamers unprecedented strategic power over their armies.

The revolutionary Strategic Zoom not only gives the player the flexibility to control the entire theatre of war from an overhead map view, but also enables them to zoom right down to ground level, where they can issue orders to single units. The game can handle a vast number of units on screen, and players will need every single one to take down enormous experimental units that can change the tide of battle. The same units, ranging from miniscule to mammoth, will be available in the ranked multiplayer battles.
  • Four technology tiers, ranging from diminutive drones to mountain-straddling titans
  • Three unique factions to play
  • Four-player multiplayer over Xbox LIVE
  • All new-interface, HUD and controls for Xbox 360
  • 18 levels and three campaigns
  • From Chris Taylor, multi-award winning developer of Total Annihilation and Demigod

customer Reviews

 Average rating (10 reviews)

 A fine game that didnt port well to the 360

| | See all Mobius's reviews (173)

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On the PC this is an awesome game but Supreme Commander just hasn't ported well over to the 360. Considering this game was released some time back over in the states on the 360 you would have thought that with the release time between them and us that they would have ironed out the lock up issues, the game itself has the same features as the PC version, but as the 360 is not a high end PC they have had to make far too many compromises. Graphics are not as detailed and the unit cap has been halved, on the PC you can have a 8 player battle on Hugh map and each player can have 1000 units each, but the 360 version you can only have a 4 player game and each player only gets 500 units. Another thing is that the game will start to suffer when everyone maxes out their unit cap.
I think the fact that the game is selling at £29.99 give you an idea the developers realised that the game has bugs and decided to sell it that bit cheaper.
If you like your RTS games then give this a go as Supreme Commander is a good game but bear in mind that you're not playing Sup Com the way it was meant to be played.

 Best Game Invented

| | See all GazD93's reviews (1)

I recommend this game to everyone but nobody will get it because it got so many bad reviews that is shouldn't of got. And yes there was some lagging isues but as soon as I installed the game into my 360's hard drive it runs like a dream, but there is 1 major problem I'm tired of beating the AI and i wish there was a more active online community so that I could actually play a frickin online game :D

 Goodbye C&C3, hello supreme commander

| | See all Xbox360King's reviews (5)

This game is amazing, there is so much to do...build nukes(more than 1) make experimental units, build huge bases etc. This game does take a while to get used to, but once your over that you can armys on a huge scale on huge maps, theres loads of building and units spread over 3 tech levels 3 being the best.

I think the reviews for this game have been bad due to the fact that the player dosnt understand the controls and the stratagie involved in building your base.

There is also more stratagie involved in attacking your enemy unlike c&c3 where 40 mamoth takes will get you through anything, theres a range of defence buildings such as turrets, bubble shields stealth sheilds etc.

Overall this game should have had more advertisment, as its simple supreme oon a massive scale.

 Brilliant game

| | See all UrbanSaint's reviews (1)

Brilliant game, although the population cap should be increased. Other than that, its one of the best strategy games on Xbox

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| | See all Gallowaya's reviews (4)

Its a good game, well worth getting, although customers should be aware of the inconsistent frame rate. This means that while playing the game may begin to freeze for a second or so. Still its a good buy

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Rating12+ (PEGI)