The spice must flow! For years, that was the mantra of some of the finest real-time strategy games ever made, that happened to be set in the sci-fi fantasy universe of Frank Herbert's Dune series of novels. While Westwood only hopped into the spice wars of Arrakis in 1993 with Dune II, they quickly created a template for tactics that would evolve to glorious new heights in 1998’s Dune 2000 and then reach its pinnacle in Emperor: Battle for Dune. Since then, the series has been largely dormant , resting beneath the sands and waiting for a day when it might be revived once again. That time, is now.