Taking a cursory glance at the screen shots for End of Nations and you might just think it's a garden-variety tactical real-time strategy game. News Editor AJ Glasser has been keeping an eye on End of Nations for a while now and has dug up even more information that should put this game on many RTS fans' radars. If you're not wowed by the ability to take part in 51-player battles with each opponent setting forth with their own army, End of Nations might appeal to your puzzle-solving side with its co-operative combat missions that stress planning over brute force. Finally, End of Nations promises to include strong social networking elements to keep in touch with the dozens of players you're bound to form ties with during your massive battles. If that's enough to interest our office's resident Frontierville addict, then it should have no trouble ensnaring more combat-friendly fans.
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