Command & Conquer: Tiberium Wars
OK, real-time strategy has never been the sexiest of genres. But EA is looking to build off the momentum it garnered with its 360 RTS The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II (which nabbed our Game of the Month award last August) with its latest in the legendary Command & Conquer series.
"Tiberium Wars still follows our philosophy of 'One Button to Rule Them All,'" says Senior Producer Mike Glosecki, "by allowing players to do all of the basic commands--selecting, moving, and attacking with their units--by just using the A button." Keeping it simple, in addition to some multiplayer modes not found in the PC version, is what EA hopes will help rope in more casual but cerebral-minded gamers.