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Supreme Ruler 2020: Global Crisis

Supreme Ruler 2020: Global Crisis (PC) game cover art
Platform: PC
Genre: Real-Time Strategy (Sci-Fi)
Developer: Unknown

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11/??/2008
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Supreme Ruler 2020: Global Crisis review

Reviewed April 27, 2009

Will Roy says: "Global Crisis doesn't do anything wrong by any definition, very competently building on the strengths of the core game and bringing more toys and scenarios to the mix. But neither does it add anything really new that shakes up the gameplay, and I confess to a bit of disappointment at that."
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