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RTS games (also known as the Real-Time Strategy games) is a subgenre of strategy video games which doesn’t utilize the turn-based gameplay. In a good RTS games, players are trying to maneuver and position their units and structures to secure specific areas of the map (and/or destroy the assets of their opponents). In a typical RTS, players can create additional units and structures during the game. This is usually limited by a requirement to spend gathered resources. Said resources are gathered via controlling special points on the map and possessing certain types of units and structures which also serve this purpose.
All the best RTS games feature base building, resource gathering, technological development and indirect unit control. RTS games are historically one of the most popular genres in competitive gaming. Franchises like StarCraft, Warhammer 40 000: Dawn of War, Age of Empires and Command & Conquer are widely considered the best of all time.
Here on Games Republic you will find only the best RTS games. They’re every true PC gamer’s dream.Who doesn’t know the LEGO brand? Their colorful plastic bricks (accompanied by a wide array of blocks, gears, and figurines) are extremely popular all around the world. But LEGO is active also in other fields, such as movies industry and video games. These games are usually of the action-adventure genre but one can find also few racing and even RPG titles.
Since 1995, more than 60 LEGO-themed video games have been released, with more titles already announced. There are original LEGO games (e.g. Lego Chess, Lego Racers, Bionicle Heroes, etc.) as well as games based on other franchises (Lego Star Wars, Lego The Lord of the Rings, Lego Batman, Lego Harry Potter, and more). They are generally considered to be aimed at the younger audiences but are massively popular nonetheless.
Do you like LEGO aesthetics? Or maybe you are a fan of the legendary blocks? If so, check out the best LEGO games in the business. Only top titles for PC and consoles!Hide
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