Adeptus Titanicus: Dominus
Where to start?
This game is beautiful. If you’re into turn-based skirmishes, strategic play, and giant mechs, it’s for you. Period.
Great unit mechanics, a fast-growing playerbase, and wonderful gameplay; for once in my life, I’ve picked up an alpha Early Access that didn’t try to rob me, and that is actually playable, right out the box.
It already supports multiplayer, it has solo skirmishes/scenarios, and there’s a campaign on the way. Well worth any price, and does more for my giant mech itch than most games can.
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“No weapon in the arsenal of the Imperium or the Traitor equals the Titan on the battlefield, and a Legion of such war machines can bring any world to its knees. In truth a Titan has only three enemies: folly, hubris and another of its own kind."
— Grand Master Volkus, Ordo Sinister, Divisio Militaris
The Collegia Titanica is the division of the ancient Mechanicum and the current Adeptus Mechanicus that operates and oversees the Titans, but is also more rarely known as the Adeptus Titanicus (a contraction of Adeptus Mechanicus Collegia Titanica). Bristling with massive cannons and missile launchers capable of wreaking terrible destruction upon an enemy, they dominate the battlefields of the galaxy and are a testimony to the consummate skills of the Tech-priests of the Cult Mechanicus. The Titan Legions of the Adeptus Mechanicus are amongst the most powerful military entities within the Imperium of Man, as it is known in the 41st Millenium. Ancient and implacable, Titans are colossal engines of war, massive robotic combat walkers the size of multi-story buildings rightly known as God Machines or God Engines to the Tech-priests.