Tag: city-building

Nov
13

PREVIEW: Kingdoms Reborn

Kingdoms Reborn is a run-of-the mill city builder with potential in the multiplayer but far too early to be worth your time.

Oct
16

ARTICLE: Patrician and the Art of Procedural Storytelling

Intro I am going to review Port Royale 4 soon, which was previously previewed by a reviewer who had not played the series before. He talked about enjoying the game, but not quite feeling prepared to talk about it at […]

Oct
10

PREVIEW: Endzone – A World Apart

Endzone – A World Apart is a post-apocalyptic city-builder with a heavy focus on survival. Although it suffers from pacing issues and underdeveloped systems, it’s well worth playing in its current state.

Sep
21

PREVIEW: Songs of Syx

Songs of Syx is a city-builder releasing now into Early Access. While full of potential in its vision of inter-city and imperial relations, the current implementation is little more than a generic city-builder.

Jan
07

REVIEW: AstronTycoon2: Ritual

AstronTycoon2: Ritual tries to make a city-builder out of an interesting time period, but fails in abstracting the mechanics too much and streamlining the gameplay to the point of removing the room for any decision by player.

Jul
17

PREVIEW: Kubifaktorium

Fun AND Relaxing, definitely worth checking out despite Early Access!

Aug
09

PREVIEW: ValeGuard

ValeGuard is a mix of city builder, tower defence, and RTS combat. It has some nice ideas, but ultimately falls a bit flat.

Oct
10

REVIEW: Community Inc

Community Inc is a new entry in the city-building genre. Can you create a thriving and happy community — and then sell it for maximum profit?

Jul
30

REVIEW: CitiesCorp Concept – Build Everything on Your Own

  Games come in a variety of difficulties and complexities. There are platform games such as Sonic the Hedgehog on the Sega Megadrive and Mario on the NES that require little more than a button push at the correct time […]