The Europa Universalis IV experience is further expanded with a new batch of exciting content, but it trips all over itself with its first few steps.
An army of sheep led by a lion is better than an army of lions led by a sheep
A general’s death is a tragedy. 23 large corps shattering is a statistic.
Consult the stars and heed well the words of your elders in the Brotherhood to divine the eldritch lore necessary to operate the interface of this game.
A nice little content update for Hearts of Iron IV, Battle for the Bosporus is essentially three exciting new trees for those who enjoy playing in the minor leagues.
Become the thing your crazy co-worker who spends too much time on youtube fears the most.
The sequel to one of the greatest grand strategy games of all time, Crusader Kings III sees the return of many beloved mechanics not only expanded upon but made more accessible with very little lost in the translation.
Europa Universalis returns to Europe!
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.
It’s hip to be square-ish