Author: Aurumlamina

Jul
07

PREVIEW: Tainted Grail

Kamelot’s seen better times as the Wyrd continues to spread and corrupt the lands formerly protected by King Arthur and his court. It’s now up to you to battle against the odds in this deck-building RPG.

Jul
06

REVIEW: Infliction: Extended Cut

Another horror title clearly inspired by P.T., Infliction ends up superior to many of its competitors though not without plenty of flaws of its own.

Jul
03

REVIEW: Tropico 6 – Spitter

Join El Presidente on his latest scheme as he oversees the development of Spitter, Tropico’s own llama-themed social media.

Jun
30

REVIEW: Crumbling World

An action RPG that’s easy to pick up and understand, Crumbling World stands out for its simplicity, which is both its strength and its weakness.

Jun
20

PREVIEW: Workers & Resources: Soviet Republic

Throw away capitalism and build a thriving republic on equality and the foundations of a planned economy in this city building economic simulator. Are you up to the task, comrade?

Jun
10

REVIEW: Age of Wonders: Planetfall – Invasions

A newly introduced species of the reptilian sort shakes up the Planetfall setting with a variety of new tricks for establishing their supremacy.

Jun
06

REVIEW: AI War 2: The Spire Rises

The most condescending AI overlord of all time has to share the galaxy with a variety of new friends and foes thanks to the hefty batch of new content brought in by this DLC.

May
31

REVIEW: Cities: Skylines – Sunset Harbor

Exploit the rivers and seas for their bounty as your city grows alongside its fishing industry.

May
27

PREVIEW: SteamCity Chronicles – Rise Of The Rose

Rise up and liberate your people from the extreme capitalist order imposed by the morally corrupt Yamagami Corporation in a Japanese-influenced steampunk setting.

May
20

REVIEW: Imperator: Rome – Magna Graecia Content Pack

A nice boost of content to a decent grand strategy with a promising future, Magna Graecia makes playing as the Greeks a more rewarding experience.