The year is 2104. Mars has been colonized and has decided it’s time for independence from Earth. Tensions rise until finally war is declared between the two factions. After weeks of fierce battles and heavy losses – just as humanity is in its weakest and most divided state - a cunning alien force emerges from the depths of space and threatens to take over the solar system.
The two sides must now band together, forming the Legions of Iron to fight this new enemy force. From the makers of the award-winning Imperium Galactica 1 and 2 games, discover a powerful space-opera like RTS game.
Can you stand up to the challenge?
Epic real-time space battles waged with waves of fighters and massive battleships
Stories and random events keep you busy as you climb the ranks
Research and development of technology will either help you be successful or be your demise. Do you specialize or diversify… choose wisely.
Prepare to test your cunning, strategic skills… collect resources, harvest, manage your inventory and your budgets carefully because your enemies will come at you with a godlike force.
Haegemonia: Legions of Iron is a space RTS that will have you fighting with your fleets, colonizing planets, and researching new technology. Gameplay can be more basic than other games like it, you won't have the fleet options and tactics like you would find in a game like Homeworld and the research options aren't as in depth as a 4X game. The game opens with you choosing to fight for Earth or Mars as they attempt to gain independence, these sections act as a tutorial with the rest of the game being the same once the early game is complete, you will later run into alien races. While it had some impressive elements when it released the game is now dated, and there are some bugs, it doesn't do a good job of teaching you the game, the UI isn't the best, and you are unlikely to get multiplayer games together now. The Steam version does have some sound issues but there is a fix that can be downloaded that will correct the error, it may also crash in Windows 7 but there appears to be fixes for people having those problems as well. Even with the issues it is still a decent game just one that has been hurt by age, the price is right though.
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