If Bill's going to run a Civ V tourney, I feel I should run something for the RTS players. Since I'm a few days away from hitting Level 100 in R.U.S.E. (and getting my "War God" achievement), and since Company of Heroes seems to have bored and/or annoyed everyone too much (not to mention Thomas spanking everyone who comes near him with the Warcraft), I reckon I should suggest R.U.S.E. as the RTS of choice. I'm thinking simple round-robin league play, with a championship match at the end. Any takers?
on sale this weekend for $13.59... who's up for it?
Whew, Ok, teaching sucks. Lets blow ship up tonight!
Civ? L4d (vs?) Dungeon Defenders (room for six there!) DOW2?
I'm still on the fence re: BF3 because Origin sucks rocks, but could be arm-twisted.
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Anyone up for a game with tweaked rules? I'm thinking something like north v south, tiny or small map, correspondingly more city-states, and strategic balance for resources.
This is something being hyped right now on steam, but it looks more fun and more challenging than Alien Swarm, as the engineer had to live and you won.
There are multiple classes of players and each has a specific function... watch the trailer at the link below and let me know what you guys think!
It has both LOCAL and online multiplayer... interesting LAN party game for the next LAN party perhaps?
So, we need more people for the civ tournament. As a related point of fact: Civ 5 is awesome in ways Civ 4 never was, and will get only better this July when the new xpac drops.
If you last tried civ 5 two or more years ago, you should really check it out again, and I'd be happy to play a team vs cpu or 1v1 game and reveal most of my secrets to someone who's been out of the game for awhile.
Point 1: There is a "strategic balance" option for resources.
Point 2: The "Hemispheres" map type is intended as a balanced continents map for 1v1 or team games