Sid Meier's Civilization II
Civilization II is a solid, if not spectacular, game that strategy fans will not want to miss.
Port Royale 2
Port Royale 2 might focus more on building shipping cartels than sea battles and swordplay, but its brilliantly realized design is more than just number crunching.
Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault
Pacific Assault delivers some intense and challenging firefights in its single-player campaign, while also offering a solid multiplayer component for the long haul.
The Ship (2006)
The Ship, which originally began as a Half Life mod set aboard a fleet of 1930s steam liners, is now a full single and multiplayer game.
Those that are willing to overlook the game's graphical imperfections and can grapple with its relatively steep learning curve will be rewarded with a fully satisfying game experience.
Deadly Dozen: Pacific Theater
It may be a little rough around the edges, but it's both exciting and technically impressive enough to stand up to its full-priced competition.
Close Combat: Battle of the Bulge
Battle of the Bulge will appeal both to Close Combat veterans and to those simply looking for a good real-time strategy game with historical overtones.
Age of Empires III
Age of Empires III lets you play as a European superpower bent on exploring and conquering the New World.
Call of Duty 3
Call of Duty 3 continues the series of World War II shooters, this time focusing on the battle for the liberation of Paris - known as the Normandy Breakout.
While casual gamers will feel overwhelmed, anyone with a love of history will appreciate Crusader Kings' rigorous attention to detail and epic scope.
The rich setting, wealth of options, and gratifying gameplay make Dynasty Tactics a great purchase for strategy enthusiasts.
Wings of Power: WWII Heavy Bombers and Jets
If you've ever dreamed about flying any of these bombers or jets, this is as close as you can get outside of paying for a real-life flight.
Silent Storm is so over-the-top that the rough edges seem acceptable in the context of everything else, and overall, surely this is a game whose strengths outweigh its weaknesses.
Age of Empires: The Age of Kings
The Age of Empires series can now go where you do with Age of Empires: The Age of Kings for the Nintendo DS. You can engage in turn-based gameplay as ...
Rome: Total War Barbarian Invasion
Rome: Total War Barbarian Invasion is an expansion to the real-time strategy game Rome: Total War. As its name implies, this expansion takes place near the end of the Roman ...
Dynasty Tactics 2
It's an excellent strategy game that fans of the original will enjoy and that gives new players a chance to experience this highly original, entertaining, and complex style of gameplay.
Shadow of Rome
Travel back to the year 44 BC, to a Rome that suffers from political corruption, unruliness, and violence. Venture through ancient Rome with the help of Agrippa (a soldier whose ...
Saiyuki: Journey West
Despite its age, the title is well executed and possesses enough merit to compete in the market in 2001.
Day of Defeat: Source
Day of Defeat: Source is an online WWII first-person shooter constructed using the Half-Life 2 Source engine. You can play as one of many classes of troops, each with its ...
When it comes down to it, the simplicity is what makes Flying Corps so fun.
Based on the 1972 film of the same name, The Godfather immerses you in the dangerous world of the Mafia. The game features GTA-style gameplay, a new storyline, and voice-acting ...
Day of Defeat
Despite its flaws, Day of Defeat offers unusually intense gameplay with excellent pacing, good weapons, and a really fine combination of all-out action and teamwork.
Total War: Rome II
Return to ancient world in Total War: Rome II, and conquer the known planet as the Roman Empire in this real-time strategy game.