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Supreme Commander - Complete package - 1 user - PC - DVD - Win

Supreme Commander - Complete package - 1 user - PC - DVD - Win
alaScore 85

69 reviews

Aug, 2016

alaTest has collected and analyzed 69 reviews of Supreme Commander - Complete package - 1 user - PC - DVD - Win. The average rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PC Games for all reviews. People really like the story. The multi player mode is also appreciated, whereas there are some mixed comments about the AI and usability.

gameplay, multi player, story

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Supreme Commander - Complete package - 1 user - PC - DVD - Win is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by: Roger Fingas (

Supreme Commander


The nameTotal Annihilation probably means nothing to gamers who aren't in their 20s and 30s, but back in late '90s, it was one of the most important real-time strategy games in existence. Aside from being one of the first in 3D, it also allowed gamers...

This game isn't nearly so harsh (or bland), but neither does it hold you by the hand or litter every mission with a dozen cutscenes. It's meant to challenge you, such that all the explosions and epic battles are nearly incidental next to winning....

Mar, 2014

Expert review by: David Pulgar (

Supreme Commander


Supreme Commander (SC) is Gas Powered Games' (GPG) epic strategy game. With Chris Taylor, the creator of Total Annihilation, at the helm, GPG creates a title that puts the Strategy back in Real-Time Strategy. Maps are large, units are numerous and...

Tons of strategic options to work with ; Excellent control schemes for everything from building production to unit movement ; Massive maps that allow for prolonged strategic gameplay

No uniqueness between factions ; Game's complexity might scare off some gamers

Supreme Commander is certainly NOT a game you will win easily. Matches (both single and multiplayer) last quite a while, but it’s all worth it. There’s a sense of satisfaction when you win a game. And if you lose, there’s always the opportunity to...

Nov, 2007

Expert review by: Matthew Murray (

Supreme Commander Review


An epic battle for dominion set in the 39th century, Supreme Commander is as exciting to play as it is to look at--if your computer can handle it.

Engrossing story, gameplay, and graphics ; lots of replayability ; multiplayer mode

Steep system requirements ; can be frustrating even at moderate difficulty

Jun, 2007

Expert review by: Scott Gualco (

Supreme Commander Game Review - PC


Supreme Commander presents many choices for any given situation, and its relentless, unforgiving approach may not tickle everyone's strategy bone. Oddly enough, one of the game's glaring faults seems simultaneously linked to its greatest strength....

Deep and involving, huge battles involving hundreds of units, genius mouse wheel zoom, dozens of strategic options, excellent soundtrack

Three factions are separated by only minor unit differences, ineffectual skirmish AI, lackluster single-player campaigns, taxing on hardware

Mar, 2007

Expert review by: Wytefang (

Supreme Commander


It's almost like Gas Powered Games' Supreme Commander was designed with an awesome Â'the world is your playground' checklist. A huge variety of implacable robotic war-minions? Check. An excellent and flexible user-interface that's completely...

Mar, 2007

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Supreme Commander - Game Review (PC)


Passed Inspection: A vast game with a myriad of options should keep players entertained for some time.

A vast game with a myriad of options should keep players entertained for some time

A slightly clunky interface blocks a large amount of the screen

Mar, 2007

Expert review by: Mardsen Connell (

Supreme Commander


"Supreme Commander is Gas Powered Games' version of a dream RTS--bigger, richer, longer, and more complex than just about any strategy game ever attempted."

Mar, 2007

Expert review by: Duke_Ferris (

Supreme Commander review for the PC


He's got the whole his sights.

Huge, huge maps; Strategic zoom; Huge, huge robots; Smart A.I.; Beautiful destruction

Huge, huge system requirements

I have very little patience for stupidity. For that reason I was never really able to get into The Sims. I grew frustrated by how constantly idiotic they were, and I always wanted the game to operate more like a fishtank. I wanted to be able to wander...

Mar, 2007

Expert review by: Steven Wong (

Supreme Commander Review


THQ's latest provides strategy on the grandest scale.

Supreme Commander's key feature comes from the ability to zoom out into a strategic view, where players see the entire continent and tiny icons represent each unit. For the first time, players launch planned, concerted attacks instead of focusing...

Feb, 2007

Expert review by: Jeff Buckland (

Supreme Commander Review


Strategy gamers have had plenty of treats over the last few months. We got to "play a game" with DEFCON, take control of hordes of swordsmen and archers in Medieval 2: Total War, and then we got to take WW2 tactics to a new level with Relic's Company...

Weapons are calculated and shown to the player as real projectiles, and they can actually miss as well - that's why it's important for your mobile or permanent artillery installations to be set against targets that either move slow or aren't moving. ...

Feb, 2007