Domination PC


Mixed or average reviews - based on 20 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 20
  2. Negative: 1 out of 20
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  1. A few minor improvements have been made here and there, but this sequel doesn’t fix what wasn’t broken to begin with. It remains an utter blast, online or off.
  2. An absolute pleasure to play. It’s the most strategically fun game I’ve played since "Command & Conquer: Red Alert" and I found it to be as engaging as "Command & Conquer Generals."
  3. With its responsive controls and the inclusion of the rewind button, Domination is easy to pick up and play. The problem with enemies building units and immediately destroying your forces is a serious drawback.
  4. There are just hours and hours of game play modes and there were more than a few nights where what was supposed to be a one hour gaming session turned into a three and four hour session.
  5. We can see what the developers have tried to do with Domination, which is basically make the game more accessible. Unfortunately it’s a move that has completely backfired, with the result being an excellent game buried under a lot of unnecessary and distracting fluff.
  6. A decent strategy game with solid gameplay and good graphics being held back by stunningly bad voice-overs and flawed music delivery.
User Score

Mixed or average reviews- based on 6 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 1
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 1
  3. Negative: 0 out of 1
  1. Jan 19, 2014
    A brilliantly fun game. It's got a lot of low reviews, which is fair, but there's a reason I'm giving it a 9: it got better with age.

    A brilliantly fun game. It's got a lot of low reviews, which is fair, but there's a reason I'm giving it a 9: it got better with age.

    If you've ever played Mischief Makers post-N64 era, you'll know what I'm talking about here. What was, at the time, somewhat behind on graphics and sound now just comes off as "an ordinary old game". It just doesn't look poorly-made anymore!
    The other improvement was in bugs. Very nearly all of them have been fixed.
    The story and voice-acting still suck though. The story is a typical excuse plot, like Advance Wars with less interesting characters, and the voice-acting is hilariously bad! But this isn't the kind of game you play for the campaign anyway, so whatever.

    One thing that's gone completely now is the multiplayer. The one that used to be subscription-based, for some reason. The AI is good enough, better than normal strategy game AI, but if you want to play with friends you have to get Massive Assault Network 2 instead (which isn't as good at all for single-player).

    This is all without reviewing the good sides. In that regard, let me just say: it's basically the best turn-based strategy game system ever made! It's REALLY good! Imagine Advance Wars mixed with Hearthstone, with a lot more randomness than either. If you haven't played both those games... um... it's just really good!
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