VU Games released the first patch for their recent real-time strategy game, Ground Control II: Operation Exodus. The patch features a number of bug fixes, both in the interface and the artificial intelligence, and it introduces a slew of balance changes for the NSA and the Viron. Among several other features, players now have the ability to record single- and multiplayer games and they can use a leaner in-game GUI. The patch and a full list of changes are available at GameSpot DLX. Also, you can read GameSpot's recent review of the game.