While this undoubtedly goes several steps further than the HD version and the first Age of Empires: Definitive Edition, it also makes me even more eager for a dramatically different take on Age of Empires 2. You won’t find that here. This isn’t for people looking for something new; it’s for people who are already enamoured with the original game, who I still count myself among, and for fans it’s the best version of the best Age of Empires game by a wide margin.
Whether you’re a new fan looking to get into the series, or a veteran player wanting to revisit a classic title, Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition is a must-play for any RTS fan.
Source: Hardcore Gamer
Better than the original Kickstarter version. It’s not perfect, but a step in the right direction and worth playing – due to the lack of competition.
It’s far from the best RTS game on the market, and existing Planetary Annihilation players whose enthusiasm has waned are unlikely to find much here to reignite it.
Source: Brash Games
StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void is the epic conclusion to the Blizzard trilogy. This release represents a captivating breath of fresh air for a new generation. Legacy of the Void is the best in the series, with strong storytelling and deep mechanics challenging enough for rookies and experts in the genre.
Legacy of the Void is a grandiose Space Opera of the highest order, a stunning conclusion to not only StarCraft II but the entire StarCraft epic that began a decade and a half ago. That’s only part of the story though: Blizzard has also managed to embrace new players with a more forgiving entry point, while also providing more depth and increased skill ceiling for the long time devotee. That might be the real legacy of this game.
A lengthy campaign, welcome additions and clever improvements make Soul Harvest a noticeably better experience than the bug-ridden Spellforce 3.
SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest is an excellent RTS with RPG elements that smoothed out many rough edges of its predecessor. The developers put a great deal of effort into the expansion in order to improve the game in every aspect.
Dawn of War 3 has overly dominant elites, and a merely serviceable campaign, but it captures the power of mass battles well.
Source: PC Gamer
Veterans of the original Dawn of War will take to this game like stepping into their old Power Armour. Exhilarating, over-the-top spectacle, and meeting expectations like only Dawn of War can.
Source: God is a Geek