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User Info: TastyKittyMMMM

TastyKittyMMMM
3 years ago#1
Something that's gonna satisfy a newbie with a pretty UI, but doesn't sacrifice complexity that the genre is known for. Stuff like Civilization, Europa Universalis, Total War, or whatever. I prefer newer games because of the more useable UI, but like I said I'd rather them not be dumbed down, either. I want the full experience, if possible, but easy to learn.

User Info: Cool_Dude667

Cool_Dude667
3 years ago#2
Xcom:EU, Starcraft 2 (you will be matched with players near/of your skill level), Heroes of Might and Magic 3, Shogun 2. All I can think of from the top of my head.

I heard that new dragon commander game is decent too.

Edit: Sins of a Solar Empire, Command and Conquer 3/Kane's Wrath, Company of Heroes 1/2 are also fun and intuitive. Plants Vs Zombies is a decent timewaster, same with Tropico 4.

I've recently been playing a indie game called Eador:Masters of the Broken World and it is very engrossing but takes awhile to learn the ropes.
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User Info: Eclypse9810

Eclypse9810
3 years ago#3
Complex and intuitive? Supreme Commander 2 pops to mind.
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User Info: Ch3wy

Ch3wy
3 years ago#4
In Euro Truck Simulator 2 you have to strategist which skills to level up in what order for both you and the drivers you hire, as well as decide which routes will be the most profitable and weigh that out with choosing routes that have less profit but will explore new areas and potentially lead to more profit.
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User Info: gsf4lyfe

gsf4lyfe
3 years ago#5
Ch3wy posted...
In Euro Truck Simulator 2 you have to strategist which skills to level up in what order for both you and the drivers you hire, as well as decide which routes will be the most profitable and weigh that out with choosing routes that have less profit but will explore new areas and potentially lead to more profit.


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User Info: Nineteen99

Nineteen99
3 years ago#6
Check out Anno 2070. It's more of a city-builder, but there are light RTS elements. Nanosuitninja has an amazing tutorial series that can show you what the gameplay is like.
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User Info: TowerBooks3192

TowerBooks3192
3 years ago#7
Crusader Kings 2
Europa Universalis 4

and

Distant Worlds plus all expansions (currently best space 4x game IMHO)
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User Info: gsf4lyfe

gsf4lyfe
3 years ago#8
TowerBooks3192 posted...
Crusader Kings 2


Intuitive?
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User Info: LokiHero2

LokiHero2
3 years ago#9
Sins of a Solar Empire.

User Info: HydroCannabinol

HydroCannabinol
3 years ago#10
Chess.
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