Real-Time Strategy (RTS)


RTS is a subgenre of strategy video game that can be played in real-time. RTS is different from turn-based strategy because it doesn’t involve waiting for your opponent to take their turn and it gives you the opportunity to plan ahead on what your opponents might do next. The primary objective in most RTS video games is to build up a base, gather resources, create an army and destroy your opponents. One example of an RTS game is Starcraft.

Other examples include Age of Empires and Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos. Another form of online games would be MMO’s which stands for Massively Multiplayer Online Game. They are based off a persistent world and have players explore various environments while collecting items, defeating enemies, doing quests etc. Examples would include Runescape or World of Warcraft. Finally, there is virtual reality where you interact with objects in a virtual world or as if they were actually there (sometimes by use of a head-mounted display) by sight and hearing through sound and vision respectively;

VR also typically provides other sensory information about the environment such as texture, taste or smell (). One example is Cyber Danganronpa VR Class Trial (). In addition, some people think it’s not considered gaming at all because many of these VR games require no interaction or skill whatsoever and the only goal is to make you feel like you’re in another place.

However, if this VR experience helps someone see things differently or understand someone else better then maybe we shouldn’t discount them just yet. *One example of this is Spider-Man Homecoming VR Experience – Virtual Reality.*

*You enter Spider-Man’s world through your smartphone and embark on an immersive first person adventure.*

*As Spidey swings around the streets, dodges lasers and solves puzzles, you get to share his perspective. You’ll go face to face with Green Goblin himself.* *In order to solve a mystery you’ll need not only speed but intelligence too!