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Squenix handling Supreme Commander 2

Gas Powered Games picks new friend.

Square Enix is set to publish Supreme Commander 2.

Details, including dates, "platform(s)" and gameplay features will be available at a "later time", the company told us. All we do know is that developer Gas Powered Games will once again be at the helm.

Not only is Supreme Commander 2 a real-time strategy game, but it's also only to be available in North America and Europe. Well how about that? All a bit out of the ordinary for RPG-loving Square Enix.

Supreme Commander launched on PC back in February 2007, featuring screen-filling battles with masses of zoom and a sort of colour-coded global overview. We thought the game was excellent, if a little overwhelming. And all the commotion soon warranted an Xbox 360 version, which, sadly, was much less essential.

You can find our Supreme Commander PC and Supreme Commander Xbox 360 reviews elsewhere on Eurogamer.

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