(Red Redemption Ltd.)
A game like Fate of the World only comes around once in a blue moon. Based on the research of Prof. Myles Allen of Oxford University, and developed and designed by a team whose collective work has featured in such titles as Battlestations: Midway, Mass Effect and Conflict: Desert Storm, FotW is a strategy title (for PC, Mac and Steam) that simulates the science, the politics, the fallout, hunger, uprisings and scarcity models that arise from the social and environmental impact of global climate change over the next 200 years. With the FotW: Tipping Point DLC was improved and new scenarios added. A full real-time day had elapsed before we were able to peel ourselves away from glimpsing into the very real and probably future we face and were trying with all our might to solve.
What becomes most interesting, in terms of gameplay, is whether or not you will utilize questionable black op tactics to get things back under control, and thus the game forces you to question your own moral compass and reconsider the challenges world leaders must face while going on a hell of a ride.
Lastly, while games like Hard Reset, or Magicka were equally deserving, Fate of the World failed to garner the spotlight it deserved and so we will take the hit, in exchange for spreading the word on their behalf.