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  • Summary: Includes 14 new single player missions, 20 new skirmish maps, new artificial intelligence called "ADVANCED ORDERS", new units and buildings, and new interface graphics. [SSI]
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  1. This is proof enough that a cliché rather than an original idea and a decent instead of excellent code and design can sometimes be sufficient for achieving success.
  2. 70
    If you're looking for a real-time strategy title that takes a look at modern day warfare in a realistic fashion, this is probably about as good as you're going to get.
  3. 60
    A tremendous improvement over its predecessor. It's just too bad that the original "Real War" needed way more improvement than this to make it a great game.
  4. With the poor storyline, unchallenging missions, and poor enemy AI, the single player portion of the game is totally disposable. With enough patience, players could find Rogue States worthwhile, in a multiplayer capacity.
  5. The game's outdated look and obtuse artificial intelligence make it hard to recommend.
  6. Having to deal with Rogue States' frustrating AI is a bit like playing a multiplayer game with some guy who keeps breaking up the game by walking away from his computer to grab a snack from the kitchen.
  7. The same shabby AI and pathfinding that plagued the original have survived the trip. It's truly despicable that none of the problems were fixed. [Jan 2003, p.110]

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