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  • Summary: For a millennium, war has raged between the United Earth Federation, the Cybran Nation and the Aeon Illuminate. Unwavering, dramatically opposing systems of belief have locked the three forces of humanity into a bitter, merciless conflict that has come to be known as the Infinite War. Now, after centuries of struggle, a war that has torn the galaxy asunder has finally reached a turning point. A leader has risen above all others, and only this Supreme Commander holds the key to ending the Infinite War once and for all. [Aspyr Media] Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 24
  2. Negative: 5 out of 24
  1. If the minor frame-rate bugs were nonexistent, the gameplay of Supreme Commander would be nearly flawless. The strategy mixed with the player’s desire to destroy the enemy mesh together well here.
  2. Pretty ugly, but it has a nice personality. [Sept 2008, p.84]
  3. It was always clear that Supreme Commander would be divisive on the 360 - and if you're expecting it to be hard, complex, and unforgiving, then you won't be surprised. But sadly, you're likely to find it ugly and a little unreliable too: you can fight your way through it if you want, but you may not enjoy it as much as you should.
  4. A relative disaster. The PC version of the game still comes highly recommended, but steer clear of this console iteration.
  5. I loved the PC version when I played it back in 2007 and thoroughly enjoyed some of the other Real-Time-Strategies I have played on the Xbox 360. Supreme Commander, however, is a fundamentally broken game.
  6. 50
    As good as the tactical and strategy elements are, frequent lockups, glitches, and a limited amount of crucial onscreen information hamper the overall package.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 6
  2. Negative: 1 out of 6
  1. Sep 26, 2011
    5
    Bad: - FPS drops are way to common - Graphics are poor (compared to the PC version) - Controls are clunky - Sound is terrible Good - Cheap

    SupCom on the Xbox is the worst port ever. It has too many FPS drops, and it suffers from poor controls. Avoid this and get it on PC instead.
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