Tag: management

May
31

REVIEW: Dungeons 3 – Lord of the Kings DLC

In the wake of the astounding success of Dungeons 3, Realmforge Studios went ahead and released their third and last piece of DLC entitled Lord of the Kings. This new piece of content follows the trend of the previous two […]

May
17

REVIEW: Tempest Citadel

Tempest Citadel is an RTS/Management game with a good setting and a decent storyline, but it falls short with its combat mechanics and generally poor explanations of how the game itself works. A real pity, because it had good potential.

May
07

REVIEW: Starship Corporation

Starship Corporation is an incredibly intricate, deep, and varied spaceship design simulation / management hybrid that can deliver great satisfaction if understood, but it is not a game for everyone and I recommend it only to veterans of this sub-genre […]

May
04

PREVIEW: Shoppe Keep 2

Shoppe Keep 2 is a fun management and RPG hybrid set in a light-hearted fantasy age that blends together different mechanics and a variety of gameplay content effectively. It may have a long way to go before being complete, but […]

May
02

REVIEW: Symmetry

Incoming message to all the equipment at my base: stop breaking.

Apr
20

REVIEW: Turmoil & The Heat is On DLC

This land is rich with oil, I can feel it!

Mar
17

PREVIEW: Party Hard Tycoon

Party Hard Tycoon is an Early Access game with incredible graphics, catchy music, and not very catchy gameplay.

Feb
06

REVIEW: Railway Empire

Railway Empire wants to be the Railroad Tycoon of this generation. Can it succeed?

Oct
23

REVIEW: Age of Gladiators II

Age of Gladiators II is a very difficult, very niche management game that relatively few players will appreciate and enjoy, but for those that have the patience to delve into its statistics and management shenanigans, this is certainly a game […]

Sep
08

REVIEW: Mall Empire

Mall Empire is a seemingly attractive indie strategy/management game which is entertaining for a while but is unfortunately full of flaws that don’t let the game live up to its full potential.