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  • Summary: [Playstation Network] Why share when you can have it all? Greed Corp is an online multiplayer strategy game in which you battle for dominance over a world once rich in resources. In order to prevail, exhaust all the remaining resources to build an army, and then use the depleted collapsing[Playstation Network] Why share when you can have it all? Greed Corp is an online multiplayer strategy game in which you battle for dominance over a world once rich in resources. In order to prevail, exhaust all the remaining resources to build an army, and then use the depleted collapsing terrain to your advantage. An extensive campaign mode and multiple unlockables prepare you to take the battle online. Will you defend your territory or sacrifice it to keep it out of enemy hands? Manage the finite available resources to build your army and use the unique collapsing terrain mechanic to your advantage, all while the mist grows closer. [Valcon Games] Expand
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  1. An excellent turn-based combat game. It's deceptively simple and fast-paced. The harvesters and destructible ground are really good ideas. [Apr 2010]
  2. Greed Corp does what's important for a small turn-based strategy game: keep it simple, allow for depth.
  3. This slow-starting strategy game is deliciously destructible once you learn the ropes.
  4. Its clever use of environmental destruction creates a faster paced game while its light feature set cuts down the steep learning curve the genre can be known for. Greed Corp. puts strategy first, delivering a game that fits the venerable bill of easy to learn but hard to master.
  5. Feb 8, 2011
    80
    Do not be fooled by the seemingly simple mechanics, this game is hardcore turn based strategy at its finest and even gaming veterans will have a hard time mastering it. Definitely a must buy if you like the genre, considering the low price tag.
  6. 75
    A solid strategy game, both online and off. [Issue#191, p.93]
  7. Overall, Greed Corp offers an intriguing new twist to strategy gaming, putting you under just a little more pressure when considering your moves – it won't hold your attention for long but while it does, it will keep you quite entertained.

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  1. Oct 2, 2012
    10
    Stellar game. The strategy is not as hard to grasp in this game as some reviewers make it out to be. I played the tutorial once, first levelStellar game. The strategy is not as hard to grasp in this game as some reviewers make it out to be. I played the tutorial once, first level twice and had it figured out. It's actually really simple when you get it. It's a great strategy game that makes you really have to time when you attack vs when you prepare for battle. Timing is everything in this game. Expand too fast and you get crushed. I love that the timer is at 1 minute. Too many people over think their moves and take FOREVER. This game makes you be decisive and quick...in a good way. Collapse
  2. Apr 27, 2011
    5
    I'm not sure how this game scored so high, with some really big problems in gameplay. The biggest of which is the timer, which you CANNOT turnI'm not sure how this game scored so high, with some really big problems in gameplay. The biggest of which is the timer, which you CANNOT turn off as an option, in either single or multiplayer mode. Another important problem is that certain important moves can be really screwed up by their default setting, such as carriers defaulting to carrying 1 guy instead of your whole crew. This will inevitably happen towards the end of the game, causing you to lose the whole level and having to start from scratch. The last problem, is that the tutorial and intro to the game is simply hard to grasp. It took my several plays of the first stage after the tutorial, at which point I had forgotten it, to honestly grasp the strategies of the game. It's one thing to teach the mechanics, but the initial strategy in this game is so important that if it isn't taught you will lose guaranteed. This game had a lot of potential, it's sad to see being more irritating than fun. Hopefully they will do an update. (4/27/11) Expand

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