Strategy First Games
Pacific Liberation Force
In Pacific Liberation Force: you can rescue citizens, blow up structures, protect transportations and defeat military units such as tanks, helicopters and even bombers.
Steel Beasts II
This tank simulation sequel will improve on its predecessor with new tanks, new weather and night effects, a new personnel management system, and other new features.
This turn-based tactical combat simulator is based off the ALFA group, a division of the KGB formed to fight crime and terrorism.
Relic: Game of the Ancients
Relic is a fantasy-themed strategic board game played on an 8 x 8 battlefield.
Goldenland: Cold Heaven
Cold Heaven is an add-on to the original Goldenland RPG and fetures five large cities with more than forty unique locations.
Football Deluxe is a soccer management game that combines elements from both sport and strategy genres. As a coach and manager of your own team, you must develop effective game ...
As the leader of a gang, you must use street smarts, hustling abilities, and sheer intimidation expand your gang's territory in this strategy game.
WBM Tycoon is a sports strategy game that combines the classic manager game with the financial management and development of a Tycoon-type game.
Disciples II DS
Disciples brings the strategy role-playing series from Strategy First to the Nintendo DS.
Man of War
The developers were headed in the right direction, but in the end they fail on both fronts.
Jane's Fleet Command
Fleet Command takes the Harpoon model of real-time naval combat, strips it tothe bone, and wraps it in a simple and visually dynamic package.
Disciples: Sacred Lands
It successfully combines various turn-based strategy and role-playing elements from existing games to create an enjoyable, satisfying experience.
Sudden Strike is just like most any other 2D real-time strategy game, except without the depth introduced by building or resource management.
The game's slow pacing, simple combat, weak production values, and other shortcomings collectively prevent it from being much fun.
O.R.B. lacks inspiration, but it's a decent real-time strategy game for those who are tired of being confined to terra firma.
Disciples II: Rise of the Elves
The game's unique style and great gameplay, with its distilled strategic and tactical elements, makes for a very enjoyable experience--one that can last you for a very long time.
Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns
Kohan's few shortcomings don't diminish the fact that it brings together a variety of proven concepts to offer a real-time strategy experience unlike any other.
Cossacks: European Wars
If you don't mind another variation on an oft-played theme, Cossacks has more than enough variety to ensure fun empire building and colorful clashes.
Warrior Kings is a very good 3D real-time strategy game that could have been great.
The Outforce won't wow real-time strategy players, but it's a solid space-based strategy game with good production values.
Once you get past the initial shock of how big and occasionally unwieldy the game is, you'll find that the detailed mechanics work to produce an unparalleled level of depth.
Legend of the North: Konung
Because of its confusing story, unappealing graphics, and counter-intuitive controls, Konung ends up looking like a Diablo clone that hit the shelves four years too late.
Waterloo: Napoleon's Last Battle
Even though the game engine is definitely showing its age, hard-core strategy game players should still find a lot to like about Waterloo.
If you can overlook the frustrating controls and a few missing features, you'll find that Nexagon: Deathmatch is actually a decent strategy game.
G.I. Combat might realistically model the chaos and confusion of a real-world skirmish, but it's hardly playable.
World War II Online: Blitzkrieg
World War II Online is a dangerous mess of a game that can't be recommended to any but the most hard-core game players in its current state.
Disciples: Sacred Lands Gold Edition
The gold edition of this turn-based strategy game will feature additional scenarios and improved multiplayer support.
Rails Across America
It's a game whose real strengths are always in competition with its flaws. Happily for fans of hard-core strategy games, the strengths usually win out.
Empire of the Ants
Empire of the Ants just doesn't do justice to the really unusual and interesting premise.
Galactic Civilizations' strong AI, robust diplomacy, and variety of strategic options make it an outstanding turn-based strategy game.
It is a sophisticated simulation for people who like their sims sophisticated.