Starship Troopers: Terran Command - Raising Hell

A series of 7 new missions tell the story of the struggle on planet Gehenna - an unforgiving hellscape engulfed in molten lava, volcanic eruptions, and hordes of Arachnids.

Starship Troopers: Terran Command - Raising Hell

A series of 7 new missions tell the story of the struggle on planet Gehenna - an unforgiving hellscape engulfed in molten lava, volcanic eruptions, and hordes of Arachnids.
Human interest in the sector is centered on Vilon Station, a majestic space station orbiting just above the planet’s atmosphere. A stream of massive freighters feed the station’s endless thirst for fuel, extracted and refined through industrial facilities on Gehenna’s surface.
Being located in the center of profitable trade routes between the planets Earth, Kwalasha and other Federation colonies, Vilon Station serves a vital nexus for commerce, refueling and resupply.
Until now, the protection of personnel on Gehenna has been in the hands of contracted mercenary groups, composed of gritty veterans and adventurers. With the expanding fronts of the Bug War however, Arachnid hostility has been sharply escalating. In light of this perilous situation, Vilon Station’s director has implored the Sky Marshal to dispatch the Mobile Infantry to Gehenna.
Their mission: to take over from the mercenaries and safeguard humanity against the ravenous Bug hordes!

Additional Tools & Firepower

New Mercenary and Vilon Station units:
  • Engineering Biped
    While not initially designed for combat, the solid structure of this bipedal vehicle has proven effective as an improvised frontline defense against Arachnid attacks. Its drilling arm can screw up any Bug that dares to come near, and through creative use of the machine's fuel system it can lay down screens of smog and fire.
  • Frag Mercs
    These mercenaries specialize with a weapon that can fire both fragmentation shells for devastating close range barrages and contact grenades for medium range, indirect fire support. Experienced “Frag Mercs” are often skilled in the deployment of various types of landmines.
  • Shredder Mercs
    Carried by the biggest, toughest mercenaries, the “Shredder” portable minigun can effectively mow down swaths of Bugs and can even rip through the armor of the larger Arachnids. The heavy weapon can also be mounted on a tripod for increased accuracy and rate of fire.
New Mobile Infantry units:
  • Powered Suit Incinerators
    Aching for more firepower, these experimental squads of Powered Suit Troopers have been equipped with powerful flamethrowers. Useful whenever you need to wipe a room of Bugs!
  • Powered Suit Officer
    These officers wear the same advanced exoskeleton armor as the elite powered suit troopers. It provides them with excellent mobility and protection to direct fire missions and call in reinforcements in the hottest of battlegrounds.

Evolved Arachnids

The Arachnids on Gehenna have evolved into several distinct subspecies that are especially adapted to the infernal environment. Federal Intelligence has publicly released intel report about these new Bug threats:
  • Stinger
    A small, fragile Bug that launches heated projectiles. They may not appear very threatening individually but are often encountered in numbers, especially around their towering nests.
  • Immolator
    These monstrosities eject an incendiary substance that burns everything it touches. Battlefield reports have shown the Bug to burst into flames when mortally wounded, causing it to charge forward before exploding in a big ball of fire.
  • Pyrofly
    A flying bug that can hover and spray an area with a burning substance. Due to its thick exoskeleton, the Bug is difficult to destroy with standard rifle fire.
  • Bomberbee
    Small flying Bugs who will dive into their enemy and explode on impact. The violent explosion can rip a man in half and punch through armor plating.

Starship Troopers - Terran Command Ratings & Reviews

  • 55%
    Critics Recommend
  • 74
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by Leana Hafer
7 / 10
Starship Troopers: Terran Command is a competent asymmetrical RTS, but its only substantial mode is a single-player campaign that takes a while to warm up.
by Chris Wray
7 / 10
Starship Troopers: Terran Command is most certainly the game of the film. It gives off the same feel like the film and sticks very close to the source material with the use of bugs, the actions of the empire and the tactics of the Mobile Infantry; all that is an unequivocal positive. However, there are a few issues in gameplay. It feels like an older strategy game than it is, lacking some modern sensibilities, limited game modes, and featuring poor pathfinding. Still, despite these issues, it is a genuinely fun and strategic title that fans of the franchise will thoroughly enjoy, and general strategy fans should also enjoy.
by Ron Burke
80 / 100
Perfectly encapsulating the Paul Verhoven film, Starship Troopers: Terran Command strikes the right balance of cheesy and challenging, at least in the latter missions. While it doesn't have multiplayer or a scenario editor, the single player is a blast. We'll fight, and we'll win, I just wish my troopers weren't so dumb while we do it. Oh well, more meat for the grinder.
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Starship Troopers: Terran Command - Raising Hell System Requirements



OS64-bit Windows 8/10 (the game runs on Windows 7 but no support will be provided)
OS Windows 10, Windows 11
Processor Intel Core i5 or equivalent
ProcessorIntel Core i7 or equivalent
Memory8 GB
Memory16 GB
Storage10 GB
Storage10 GB
Direct X9.0
Direct X9.0
GraphicsGeForce GTX 1050/ Radeon RX 560
GraphicsGeforce GTX 1070 or equivalent
Languages Supported
  • AUDIO: English
  • TEXT: English, French, German, Polish, Spanish - Spain, Portuguese - Brazil, Russian, Chinese - Simplified
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