Red March is an innovative indie RTS game. We aim to implement a combination of old-school RTS gameplay on large scale maps, showing realistic battles and using an immersive storyline to capture the feeling of the last world war. Concieved as a cure to the recent trend of oversimplification of strategy games and the dilution of their portrayal of war, Red March intends to combine the fast-paced and frantic gameplay of old-school games, such as Command and Conquer, and combine it with the innovative concepts of more recent games which have become standard, such as infantry cover systems and destructible scenery.

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Res_Novae
Res_Novae Mar 28 2014, 2:14pm says:

Oh man, how the hell did you guys get Scott Manley in on this? This is awesome.

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CnCDarkstorm
CnCDarkstorm Mar 28 2014, 4:05pm says:

Indeed, it's awesome.

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An Alternate History News Report from the BBC World Service on behalf of the indie RTS Red March, featuring special guest, Scott Manley.

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Mar 28th, 2014
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