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Author: gareth69
Posted: May 09, 2009 (01:20 PM)
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Can't say I agree with 4/10 for Battle Forge. Meta Critic rates it a mover over 7. You don't mention the stiking music, huge unit variety.

Concepts such as Dark Pool energy, the innovative way that death
is a resrouce for the shadow faction etc. You seem intent on
reviewing this as if it was a high Micro game such as Starcraft,

Clearly it's not. Trying to balance over 200 units would be impossible
. Hence its really a game based around Macro resource management.

Also one gets so many units to play with its fun, not like the
same lame 9 units for example in Starcraft. Look make all of the
negative points but none of the positive.


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