PS2 Strategy Video Games

Strategy games. Victory depends here on player’s strategy and tactics. Main task is to control resources (e.g. troops, civil workers) in order to defeat an enemy or achieve some other goal. The gameplay can be turn-based or in real time (RTS). Specific types of strategy games are economic games and so called ‘tycoons’. more

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Genre: Strategy
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Age of Empires II: The Age of Kings (PS2)
Age of Empires II: The Age of Kings (PS2)

Strategy 02 November 2001

The second installment belonging to an incredibly popular series of real-time strategy games. Age of Empires II: The Age of the Kings was developed by Ensemble Studios. The player assumes command of a civilization chosen (13 in total here) and leads them through subsequent stages of development. For example, one can play as Franks, Mongols, Celts or Vikings. Compared to the first installment, the visuals were improved (more detailed), as was the AI of the player's subordinates - as a result, additional orders can be given to them, such as to patrol the vicinity, to guard a designated spot, or to follow a specific target. Furthermore, an option to group units into various formations was introduced. Apart from that, the player can now trade and manipulate the prices of different resources. Age of Empires II: The Age of the Kings features both single player modes (such as a campaign devoted to a Scottish national hero William Wallace) and a multiplayer variant (PC version only).

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Ghost Master (PS2)
Ghost Master (PS2)

Strategy 27 August 2004

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Worms Forts Under Siege (PS2)
Worms Forts Under Siege (PS2)

Strategy 15 October 2004

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Playboy: The Mansion (PS2)
Playboy: The Mansion (PS2)

Strategy 25 January 2005

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Worms 4: Mayhem (PS2)
Worms 4: Mayhem (PS2)

Strategy 29 July 2005

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Worms 3D (PS2)
Worms 3D (PS2)

Strategy 31 October 2003

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Commandos 2: Men of Courage (PS2)
Commandos 2: Men of Courage (PS2)

Strategy 26 August 2002

The sequel of the popular turn-based tactics game from 1998, developed by Spanish Pyro Studios. In Commandos 2: Men of Courage we take over a squad of well-trained commandos, sent to complete various missions behind enemy lines. The group now consists of a green beret, a sapper, a spy, a driver, a sniper, and a diver, with occasional appearances of Natasha, a seductress, and Whiskey, a dog, which is a completely new addition to the series. Each of the characters has his own set of skills, which are often indispensable for the mission to end with victory. The game contains 10 complex levels taking place all around the world, and divided into a number of smaller segments. Our commandos can now move around interiors (including a submarine), and have new skills and movement options. The game is powered by an improved graphical engine that offers various zoom levels, and four different camera shots (every 90 degrees).

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Army Men: RTS (PS2)
Army Men: RTS (PS2)

Strategy 27 March 2002

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Battlestations: Midway (PS2)
Battlestations: Midway (PS2)

Strategy canceled

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Robin Hood: Defender of the Crown (PS2)
Robin Hood: Defender of the Crown (PS2)

Strategy 30 September 2003

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The Urbz: Sims in the City (PS2)
The Urbz: Sims in the City (PS2)

Strategy 09 November 2004

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Conflict Zone (PS2)
Conflict Zone (PS2)

Strategy 19 October 2002

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The Movies (PS2)
The Movies (PS2)

Strategy canceled

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Full Spectrum Warrior (PS2)
Full Spectrum Warrior (PS2)

Strategy 01 April 2004

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Kessen (PS2)
Kessen (PS2)

Strategy 26 October 2000

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Front Mission 4 (PS2)
Front Mission 4 (PS2)

Strategy 15 June 2004

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Star Trek: Conquest (PS2)
Star Trek: Conquest (PS2)

Strategy 20 November 2007

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Heroes of Might and Magic: Quest for the Dragon Bone Staff (PS2)
Heroes of Might and Magic: Quest for the Dragon Bone Staff (PS2)

Strategy 12 January 2000

A console spin-off of the popular fantasy turn-based strategy game series by New World Computing. Heroes of Might and Magic: Quest for the Dragon Bone Staff, developed by the 3DO Company, differs greatly from the PC installments of the series and is based on the franchise's predecessor, the 1990 game King's Bounty. Your main task is saving the dying king, but to achieve that, you have to find the eponymous Dragon Bone Staff in 500 days. The gameplay mechanics have been significantly simplified, and you have no castle to occupy or defend. You control one of the four available heroes, and the gameplay focuses mostly on exploration, during which you gather gold and recruit warriors for your army, participating in turn-based battles.

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The Plan (PS2)
The Plan (PS2)

Strategy 17 March 2006

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Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI (PS2)
Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI (PS2)

Strategy 06 February 2007

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Gladius (PS2)
Gladius (PS2)

Strategy 28 October 2003

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