Ground Control 2 Unveiled

Prepare your PC for a major Exodus is the press release from Massive Entertainment (thanks Gamer's Hell) announcing plans for Ground Control 2: Operation Exodus, a sequel to the Swedish developer's debut RTS game. The game's release is scheduled for later this year, and here is a bit from the press release about the project: "Ground Control 2 : Operation Exodus takes place during the year 2741 AD, roughly 300 years after the events in the original game. The democratic and freedom caring Northern Star Alliance (NSA) is being hard pressed by the warmongering Terran Empire. The war has recently entered a new stage; a brutal and deadly ground war, as the Empire has managed to land their first troopships on the last NSA controlled planet – Morningstar Prime." The website offers the first screenshots, concept art, and wallpapers from the game.
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The last Craven mission wasn't so bad as long as you had the patience to use and cover your artilery, plus I brought it some fighters to get rid of those pesky bombers. Using my remaining nukes to blow up the last building was a very rewarding experience. I can remember the effects in GC were very spectacular, not as dense as in Generals but impressive nonetheless considering I only had a Voodoo Rush during that time.

The lack of an in-level saving feature did discourage me from getting the expansion, since I read it was even harder than the original. Being able to save the game not only helps ease the difficulty, but in this case it could have allowed the player to experiment with different tactics.
"Nothing livens up a robotic hymn of doom more than an amazing pair of jugs." - Brak
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