Battlegoat Studios has released another very interesting title in their Supreme Ruler series--Supreme Ruler: Cold War. The game begins after the second World War when two superpowers were left standing and more war seemed inevitable. In the campaign mode, the player takes control of either the United States or the USSR and undertakes the military, economic, and diplomatic decisions faced by their leaders in the Cold War era in an effort to become the lone superpower. You will be able to research new technologies like space or military equipment as well as use espionage, trade, and diplomacy to further your nation's sphere of influence. Players can control military output and deployment, or elect defense Ministers to micromanage it for you. It's on you to decide if war is necessary, and it's your job to tactically lead your army. The game supports up to 16 person multiplayer, and also offers a single-player sandbox mode where players can take control of any nation and lead it through the Cold War. Though the game clearly has severely dated graphics, the engine behind the simulation is extremely detailed and could be a lot of fun for those interested in reliving 20th century history.