Homeworld

Global Total as of 29th Nov 2014 (units): 0.02m
Platform: Microsoft Windows
Developer: Relic Genre: Strategy

Comments (2)


Wookaroo (on 28 March 2009)
I echo IllegalPaladin's words. Top quality RTS game. Still one of my favorites.
IllegalPaladin (on 14 May 2008)
This was a great RTS. I thought the story rocked and I listened to the vocal song, Agnus Dei, for hours. However, I'd recommend finding the song in a slower tempo because the tempo used for Homeworld is like twice as fast as what it ought to be and I think it pales in comparison to hearing it in a slower tempo.

Anyway, a fully 3d RTS where you could move your ships anywhere makes for some crazy strategy and you can find yourself being attacked from nearly any angle. I found the sad storyline to be pretty compelling and I throughly enjoyed my efforts to reestablish the home planet of Hiigara, though some missions were a little tedious or required some insane strategy, but it's a good thing that my copy of the game came with a strategy guide and back story book.

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Wookaroo (on 28 March 2009)
I echo IllegalPaladin's words. Top
quality RTS game. Still one of my
favorites.
IllegalPaladin (on 14 May 2008)
This was a great RTS. I thought the
story rocked and I listened to the vocal
song, Agnus Dei, for hours. However,
I'd recommend finding the song in a
slower tempo because the tempo used for
Homeworld is like twice as fast as what
it ought to be and I think it pales in
comparison to hearing it in a slower
tempo.

Anyway, a fully 3d RTS where
you could move your ships anywhere makes
for some crazy strategy and you can find
yourself being attacked from nearly any
angle. I found the sad storyline to be
pretty compelling and I throughly
enjoyed my efforts to reestablish the
home planet of Hiigara, though some
missions were a little tedious or
required some insane strategy, but it's
a good thing that my copy of the game
came with a strategy guide and back
story book.
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