The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth is a PC real-time strategy game developed by EA Los Angeles. It is based on Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings film trilogy, in turn based on J. R. R. Tolkien's original novel. The game uses short video clips from the movies and a number of the voice actors, including the hobbits and wizards. It uses the SAGE engine from Command & Conquer: Generals and was released on December 6, 2004. The sequel, The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II, was released on March 2, 2006. The online servers of The Battle for Middle Earth was permanently closed on December 31, 2010 by EA Games, due to the expiration of The Lord of the Rings gaming rights." The game is no longer in sale and not available for online play, however it is still possible to use multiplay function of the game via Virtual private network programs.
World War 3 on a scale and level of intensity that has never been seen. The great War genre that Tom Clancy created with Red Storm Rising eventually comes to life with Tom Clancy's EndWar!
True to the Tom Clancy's video games' tradition of innovation and excellence, Tom Clancy's EndWar is an all-new breed of strategy game: a fusion of next-gen technology, superior design and first-class production values.
2020, with resources growing scarce every nation must look after themselves. Tensions between the US, Europe and Russia are near a breaking point. One spark will ignite the war to end all wars.
Total War: Shogun 2 is a strategy computer game developed by The Creative Assembly and published by Sega. It is the latest installment in the Total War series and returns to the 16th-century Japan setting of the first Total War game, Shogun: Total War, after a series of games set mainly in Europe. The game was released on 15 March 2011.
Shogun 2 received critical praise from reviewers. Particular areas praised include the simplification and refinement of the series by returning to its roots.