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Supreme Commander 2 Previews - PC

Supreme Commander 2
Game Description: In this sequel to the award-winning real-time strategy series, players take control of one of three massive mechanized armies, each of which carries its own unique design, tactics and abilities.
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    Chris Taylor, Creative Director for Gas Powered Games, gives you a preview of the upcoming multiplatform game Supreme Commander 2. Learn about the game's new environments, improved AI and the game's storyline in this preview of Supreme Commander 2.

    Posted: Jan 27, 2010 | 6,533 Views | 02:44


  • Best of 2010: Best Strategy Game

    Posted: December 14, 2010

    7,166 Views | 01:06

  • Supreme Commander 2 DLC "A.I. Improvement" Dev Diary

    Posted: September 22, 2010

    1,084 Views | 03:06

  • Supreme Commander 2 Monkey Lord DLC Pack Trailer

    Posted: September 8, 2010

    2,174 Views | 02:27

  • Supreme Commander 2 "U.E.F." Faction Trailer

    Posted: March 17, 2010

    1,311 Views | 01:13

  • Supreme Commander 2 Xbox 360 Controller Trailer

    Posted: March 17, 2010

    1,852 Views | 01:43

 


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