Supreme Commander to Receive Xbox 360 Port

The Infinite War has raged for over 1,000 years and soon will make its way to a videogame console for the first time. Chris Taylor's Gas Powered Games, Corp., co-developer Hellbent Games and Aspyr Media have collaborated to bring the acclaimed RTS Supreme Commander to the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft. Supreme Commander, winner of numerous PC nods including the E3 2006 Official Game Critics Award for Best Strategy Game and Editors' Choice Awards from PC Gamer and IGN, puts gamers in control of one of three factions fighting to control the future of mankind. Adding to the expansive Supreme Commander universe, the Xbox 360 edition will feature exclusive new units, updated maps and new multiplayer modes, and gamers will be able to take the fight online against players from around the world via Xbox LIVE®. In addition, a revised, console-specific control interface and HUD will give gamers unprecedented strategic power over their armies.

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I like the fact that I can buy a console and play it for 4 or 5 years before something new comes along. With a PC I have to replace the graphics card at least once every two years to even think about keeping up. So for me consoles offer more value.

well they may be expensive but they are still value for money when it comes to graphics, even more so when it comes to gameplay... the only downside is the lack of mouse, but the playstation 3 uses bluetooth so you could use the same bluetooth keyboard and mouse that you use on your pc....

Yay a stratagy game MADE FOR PC, one of the most complex out there I might add, is being ported to the xbox 360 WITH EXCLUSIVE UNITS, thats BS.

And so comes the downfall of PC gaming, replaced with hard to control consoles, and no customization or freedom

Boifido said,
And so comes the downfall of PC gaming

People have been saying "The Downfall of PC Gaming" for over 10 years, and it hasn't happened yet. Still with these revolutionary (but expensive as hell) consoles, PC gaming continues to be the best gaming rig.