Humanity has already fought its war against the machines — and lost. AI death squads stand watch over every planet and every wormhole, the few remaining human settlements are held captive in orbiting bubbles, and the AIs have turned their attention outward, away from the galaxy, to alien threats or opportunities unknown.

Post Date: 17:36 08-02-2013
Rating: 7
Author: Mordekaiser
Comment: This is a good game could be better graphics are not that good could use an upgrade but then gameplay is just fine nothing wrong with it its not a standard space game either there are skills you have to use this game is not that popular either i rate it 7/10 its one of those games that is not bad but is not super great

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  1. AI War: Fleet Command is a decent rts video game with solid graphic,gameplay is interesting,I suggest it everybody

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  2. This is a pretty good game to play, especially since it’s a game released around 2009. Has nice graphics, although one of the more confusing games on the market, once you wrap your head around it, you will find it to be one of the deepest RTS games that you are likely to play.

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  3. oh.. I .. Will have a biased opinion on this one once again. Cos im not too fond with these types of games. Although the graphics are that bad (cos its an old game of course) ppl still say that its a sweet game. Well. Okay but ill be giving it a thumbs down..

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  4. The difficult thing is trying to describe what AI War actually is. It’s an RTS with turnbased combat. It’s tower defence with spaceships and wormholes. It’s galactic conquest where the silliest thing you can do is try to conquer everything. It’s a skirmish game where the AI has no interest in pretending it’s a human player.

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  5. It’s an alright RTS game. Space-based RTS games tend to vary a lot, and this one is probably a game I’d say is in the middle. Not a huge fan of the graphics; it just feels weird having 3D-looking spaceships in a 2D game. The turn-based tactical combat is okay; not exactly my favorite combat style when it comes to RTS games, but it is different; and I don’t know if you can even call it “real-time strategy” when the combat is different. Game does cost $9.99, which is not so bad, but there’s a special promotion going on right now (until July 8th, 2021) with the game at 75% off costing $2.49, so I think the game’s worth it when it’s heavily discounted. But overall, I’d rate this game 3/5; there’s not really anything in particular in this game that stands out.

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