Supreme Commander Latest News - Xbox 360

  • Publisher: Aspyr
  • Genre:Strategy
  • Developer: Hellbent Games
  • Release Date:Jun 25, 2008
  • # of Players:1 player, 4 online
  • ESRB:E10+ - Everyone 10+ (Comic Mischief,Fantasy Violence,Mild Language)
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Game Description:Take control, build your force, and implement your strategy for victory! You are the Supreme Commander, and all the military might is yours to command. Using an all-new, intuitive command system built specifically for the Xbox 360, you will issue commands using three different "wheels," all accessible from the D-pad. Build structures and units from the build wheel, issue commands from the command wheel, and create easily-controlled groups of units with the group wheel. View the battle from any level of zoom smoothly. Play through three separate Single-player campaigns, one for each of the factions in the game, or take on friends on Xbox Live!
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  • DICE 2009: Gas Powered Games CEO/Founder Chris Taylor Interview

    TheFeed's Raymond Padilla pitches joke-for-joke in this wily interview with Gas Powered Games' Founder/CEO Chris Taylor at DICE 2009. Known for his humor in the development community, as well as being a PC RTS god, Taylor touches on everything: Gas Powered Games' new Square-Enix publishing relationship, RTS gaming on consoles, surviving as a...

    Posted February 20, 2009| 8 Comments

    DICE 2009: Gas Powered Games CEO/Founder Chris Taylor Interview
  • Square-Enix Publishing 'Supreme Commander 2' For Gas-Powered Games

    In an effort to expand their Western business, Square-Enix will publish Supreme Commander 2 for Chris Taylor's Gas Powered Games. This obviously means that Supreme Commander 2 is in development. It will certainly be released for the PC, but we wouldn't count on another Xbox 360 version, but EndWar and Halo Wars might change the RTS environment...

    Posted November 12, 2008| 3 Comments

    Square-Enix Publishing 'Supreme Commander 2' For Gas-Powered Games
  • 'Supreme Commander' 360 Goes Gold, Dated

    The Xbox 360 version of Supreme Commander has gone gold and will release on June 23, 2008. I'm pretty excited about this because I enjoyed the PC version, but not enough people had computers capable of running the game well for multiplayer. The strategic zoom system looks like it will transfer well to the console and should make the lack of a...

    Posted June 10, 2008| 1 Comment

    'Supreme Commander' 360 Goes Gold, Dated
  • 'Supreme Commander' Delayed for 360

    Unfortunately, the Xbox 360 version of Supreme Commander has just been delayed. The game, which hoped to introduce 360 gamers to the RTS game was looking good and seemed to work nicely with the controller. Here's the official word: "Aspyr has been working feverishly with partners Gas Powered Games and Hellbent Games to put the finishing...

    Posted March 24, 2008| 7 Comments

    'Supreme Commander' Delayed for 360
  • DICE 2009: Chris Taylor Interview - Funniest Dev Ever

    Posted: February 20, 2009

    8,819 Views | 11:01 | 2 Comments

  • Supreme Commander Review (360)

    Posted: June 26, 2008

    8,948 Views | 02:30 | 4 Comments

  • Face Time: Chris Taylor

    Posted: April 9, 2008

    1,096 Views | 01:51 | 5 Comments

  • Preview: Supreme Commander for Xbox 360

    Posted: February 1, 2008

    2,762 Views | 02:18 | 1 Comment


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