Top PC Strategy Games of All Time
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top strategy games of All Time, a list of the best videogames, generated by editorial reviews and popularity on the site. Here's a look at our favourites...
Play it with a mate and it's a lot of fun, but there's little RTS innovation here.
Simply put, Dawn of War II feels like the result of some mad scientist's experiment, the by product of the splicing of Dawn of War with Company of Heroes, Relic's other, more recent RTS.
Settlers 7 is a fabulous game. It's unique, challenging, refreshing, and all sorts of beautiful.
There's a magic in Fall of the Samurai's weird juxtaposition of old and new.
Gods & Kings will certainly rekindle the attention of those faithful to Civilization V's streamlined focus.
A fantastic package that outdoes its peers not in tactical nuance, but in raw spectacle.
Total War: Rome 2 is a great game, but not the masterpiece you may have been hoping for.
A rewarding, idiosyncratic romp imbued with nonsense, humour, and pathos.
The Sims 2 is worth getting ahold of under any circumstances - though it's far more likely to get ahold of you somehow. And I warn you: it won't let go.
So in conclusion, Dawn of War is a great game. Players who just wish to play single player should approach with caution, whereas online gamers should lap up this excellent title