Stardock and Oxide's Ashes of the Singularity did a lot of things right in its original April 2016 release. It was a decent traditional RTS experience at its core despite some niggling faults here and there. Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation [official site] is a meaty standalone expansion that rectifies both technical and gameplay issues alike. It also bolsters the unit count and makes everything bigger. Insert double entendre here.
Ashes of the Singularity
3 years ago
Stardock's gorgeous-but-very-plain RTS Ashes of the Singularity [official site] is getting its first standalone expansion with on November 3rd. Yes, the name sounds very much like it could be a new mode or expansion in nearly any other game, but that's the name they went with.
4 years ago
Oxide and Stardock have properly launched their sci-fi RTS Ashes of the Singularity [official site], after five months on Steam Early Access and a few more before that in a paid 'Founder's Program'. It is, I'll explain for those who missed the gentle murmuring or Alec's impressions of an early version, a Total Annihilation sort of an RTS with hundreds, even thousands, of units romping…
Ashes of the Singularity is aiming to walk in the footsteps of Total Annihilation. The thousands of enormous robot footprints of Total Annihilation, since it's an RTS about flinging hundreds of fighting machines at your enemies across each of its missions. There's a new trailer below which brings with it the game's release date, March 31st.
Ashes of the Singularity [official site] is best described as one of two things: Stardock doing a land-based version of Sins of a Solar Empire; or Stardock doing their own take on Supreme Commander's formula. That is to say, it's an RTS that operates on a vast scale. You'll be have more methods to see a part of that bigness when it hits Steam Early…
5 years ago
Ashes of The Singularity [official site] is the Stardock-published, Oxide-developed uber-RTS in which you control thousands of units. I can barely keep control of one toddler and one cat, so I'm already scared. Apparently the trick is to "build "meta-units" that act together as a single, coherent, massive unit" though, so I guess I'll try a cut'n'shut on my household's junior lifeforms and see if…
Footage of the so-recently-announced-we've-not-yet-covered-it Ashes of the Singularity [official site] has emerged from GDC and gosh, does it look impressive. Ashes of the Singularity is a forthcoming RTS from Oxide Games. It's apparently aiming to wow us in the same way that Supreme Commander did all the way back in 2007: with impressive scale and gorgeous sci-fi warporn.