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Review: Grey Goo

Like a ball of goo, I have watched the life of Grey Goo, a new real-time strategy game from developer Petroglyph, expand with enthusiasm, begin rolling, and slowly but surely lose mass as it turns into a tiny goo-ball that no one really not...

 
 
 
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Make like the Goo and absorb these Grey Goo screens

One of the major aspects of Grey Goo that's likely to set it apart from other real-time strategy games is the inclusion of the titular Goo -- a race of nanites that can form into and break off from an amorphous blob. When they leave th...

 
 
 
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Preview: End of Nations is still free, and still fun

When I first saw End of Nations last year, I was one part intrigued, one part skeptical, and all together hoping that the promise of a massively multiplayer real-time strategy game would pan out. Since then, we at Destructoid have seen End ...

 
 
 
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Nations can be ended in an armory

In the upcoming free-to-play RTS, End of Nations, one of the most important features that players will encounter is the Armory. Trion Worlds and Petroglyph Games have offered a run down of how you can use the Armory to build your army, cust...

 
 
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Preview: Fighting an evil U.N. in End of Nations

I've never had much of a knack for strategy or warfare. I'm not relentlessly evil enough to be a dictator, and I'm not selfless and stalwart enough to be some sort of freedom fighter. So when the big WWIII hits, I'm probably going to be one...

 
 
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A quick look at Petroglyph's Rise of Immortals

There are many good options out there for MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) games these days. League of Legends is the frontrunner of the pack, Heroes of Newerth has a strong player base -- it also just went free-to-play -- and Valve i...

 
 
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Preview: End of Nations

It hasn't been that long since we saw End of Nations, as we got an early look at this past E3, to be specific. This time around, we got to get hands-on with Trion Worlds's PvP mode for the very first time. For those not familiar, End of Na...

 
 


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