R.U.S.E. getting it on with Windows 7 and multitouch

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Eugen Systems’ real-time strategy game R.U.S.E. may be treading on tired ground with its setting (World War II), but besides that setback, it looks to be an inventive, fun little game.

Seeing as how we can’t all be rich girls, relying on our fathers’ money to get an expensive touch screen table for one single videogame, here’s a spot of good news. CVG reports that R.U.S.E. will support Windows 7’s multitouch functionality. 

Forget resizing baby heads, I want to zoom in and out while poking on my troops. Much of the marketing for R.U.S.E. has been devoted to showing how the game is a perfect candidate for touch screens, so it’s only natural to see this news come to fruition.


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