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Grincer 2012년 12월 20일 오전 2시 59분
Similar tactical RPG / squad based combat games?
So far I have only seen similar isometric strategic gameplay in:

Syndicate Wars (NOT the new FPS)
Commandos
Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of steel
Neverwinternights 1 (wich also has the 'pause' option for strategic purposes)

Any other games I should know of? And what is this genre called anyway?
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Kommando.Obi 2012년 12월 31일 오전 8시 07분 
Much like Commandos I recommend Desperados. And if you find it anywhere, try "Korea - Forgotten Conflict"
Doctor Impossible 2012년 12월 31일 오전 9시 03분 
There's also the new XCOM.
(ノಠ益ಠ)ノ彡┻━┻ 2012년 12월 31일 오전 10시 52분 
Maybe Mech Commander, Incubation
Kendral 2012년 12월 31일 오후 7시 56분 
It´s strange, but the game series that gave me a similar feeling than FF is the Star Wolves one. I know, I know, space 3d and all that stuff... But, the little wild squad system has a similar taste to me.
nerdity 2013년 1월 1일 오전 7시 07분 
Silent Storm! It's turn-based though, this one's real-time with pause button, right? But damn, Silent Storm was a good game. Destructible environment and everything. ;)
Grincer 2013년 1월 1일 오전 11시 50분 
XCOM seems allright, played the demo. Even though it is turn-based instead of a real-time / pause for tactics blend.
Geordielass 2013년 1월 2일 오전 10시 09분 
Baldur's Gate and Baldur's Gate II would be earlier examples than this (unfortunately, not on Steam, try gog.com - that's where I recently picked them up for a bit of high-quality nostalgia).
A bit less tactical (more action-y) but very much the same comic-book flavour squad-based combat as Freedom Force is X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse (the first X-Men Legends was console only), I believe Marvel Ultimate Alliance was much the same as X-Men Legends too, but can't recommend it from personal experience. Unfortunately don't know where to get them these days, not in downloadable form anyway.
As for what to call it - I thought Freedom Force was just a RPG - pretty much vanilla flavoured too, since most (non-action) RPGs have some tactical element to their fights unless you want to die pretty fast. Some of the others on your list do sit right on the RPG/Strategy Games border, though.
jacobkosh 2013년 3월 30일 오후 3시 27분 
I wouldn't call Freedom Force an RPG - there's no "role playing" element to it. You don't make choices at any point that affect or change the outcome of the story; your choices are strictly tactical ones about who to bring to a mission and how to grow their powers. I'd call it a tactical squad-based strategy game with progression elements.
pmaximus 2013년 8월 6일 오후 9시 14분 
try jagged alliance 2, its one of the best squad level tactical combat simulations ever made.
AstinDextor 2013년 9월 4일 오전 12시 28분 
If Neverwinter Nights counts, then Neverwinter Nights 2 should too, especially since you get a larger party and can actually issue commands to all of your party members, instead of just the main one. Also, Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age 2 use the same combat system as well, and all of those except DA2 let you have an Isometric view if you want one.
Grincer 2013년 9월 5일 오전 6시 10분 
Thanks for the suggestions. I prefer Neverwinter Nights over NwN2 since it has the "pause" option I prefer, similar to Freedom Force and it's sequels. Just was rather disappointed this feature was stripped from Neverwinter Nights 2. And the funny thing is, there is actually a remake for Syndicate Wars in production, called Satellite Reign in Greenlight / Kickstarter project from the original designers. So I'll just keep a lookout for that one too.
AstinDextor 2013년 9월 5일 오전 8시 33분 
Grincer님이 먼저 게시:
Thanks for the suggestions. I prefer Neverwinter Nights over NwN2 since it has the "pause" option I prefer, similar to Freedom Force and it's sequels. Just was rather disappointed this feature was stripped from Neverwinter Nights 2. And the funny thing is, there is actually a remake for Syndicate Wars in production, called Satellite Reign in Greenlight / Kickstarter project from the original designers. So I'll just keep a lookout for that one too.

Neverwinter Nights 2 HAS the "pause" option. It was never stripped.
WildAce375 2013년 9월 8일 오전 7시 11분 
Ya nwn 2 does have pause and if you like that feature try out the dragon ages. Xcom enemy unknown is really good too but it's turn based.
Grincer 2013년 9월 9일 오전 12시 28분 
My mistake then, I'll better look into Nwn 2 then again, thanks.
The Singularious 2013년 10월 4일 오후 7시 02분 
Riddler님이 먼저 게시:
Ya nwn 2 does have pause and if you like that feature try out the dragon ages. Xcom enemy unknown is really good too but it's turn based.

Exactly what i was going to recommend. Dragon Age: Origins is an odd mix of RPG and tactical teamwork. I happen to really enjoy it. Not everyone does...
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