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The real-time strategy genre has always been near and dear to my heart. Red Alert 2 battles at LANs, playing Herzog Zwei head-to-head on my buddy’s Sega, taking time off from painting my 40k figs to play Dawn of War—it’s always been a big part of my gaming diet. It hasn’t always been easy to be a fan, however. By the time Starcraft 2 rolled out in 2010, enthusiasm for RTS games had hit an all-time low. While strategy games in general are experiencing a beautiful renaissance, it’s been a…

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