Bradford Plays – Homeworld Remastered

So I decided to play a little Homeworld: Remastered. This is actually what was supposed to be episode 2 of a series I was going to do, but then I had to reinstall Windows, which I then remembered I forgot to upload episode 1.

Just as I said on a Gaming The Industry a week or so ago, these videos were just the gameplay – no commentary. I wanted the gameplay of Homeworld to shine through. This game holds up remarkably well compared to modern-day space 3-axis RTS games. A great comparison would be Ancient Space, which while good, just can’t come to level that Homeworld set back in 1999.

Enjoy!

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Our podcast, Gaming The Industry, started out as an audio version of our texts. There are zero plans to change this. I love chatting with my friends and sharing our discussions with you all every week. So then, why create a website?

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