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Posted on Thursday, January 1 @ 12:13:14 Eastern by Duke_Ferris

What started as a simple game of chess (or was it tic-tac-toe?) has evolved into some of the most complex computer programs on the planet. Lucky for us, some of them happen to be really fun, too.

GAME OF THE YEAR!

Rome: Total War

Publisher: Activision
Developer: Creative Assembly
Platform: PC

Though the competition is fierce, this particular road leads straight to Rome: Total War. Capable of rendering thousands of soldiers on the battlefield, Rome's brilliant engine brought the epic scope of historic conflicts right into your PC. Then it went a step further by incorporating deep dynasty elements like city construction and extensive diplomacy. Bold, impressive, innovative, and huge, Rome: Total War handily conquers the genre. Hail Caesar!

 

THE RUNNER-UP!

Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War
Publisher: THQ
Developer: Relic
Platform: PC

No matter how you paint it, war is violent, bloody and aggressive - three words that accurately describe the commendable carnage of Dawn of War. Furious battles filled with all sorts of gruesome details only scratch the surface of this well-balanced strategy beast, which also happens to feature some of the coolest unit design we've ever witnessed. Let the sun shine in.

 



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