Tag: paradox interactive

Nov
26

REVIEW: Prison Architect – Psych Ward: Warden’s Edition

The perfect excuse to start up a new facility in Prison Architect, Psych Ward offers a few new toys for you to play with at a decent price, but don’t go into it expecting a vastly expanded game.

Nov
24

REVIEW: BATTLETECH: Heavy Metal (DLC)

Annihilator? You bet I did!

Nov
12

REVIEW: Stellaris: Lithoids Species Pack

A new aesthetic content pack for an already immersive strategy game, Stellaris: Lithoids Species Pack is a solid addition if you’re the type that likes that kind of thing.

Aug
16

REVIEW: Age of Wonders: Planetfall

One could say that Age of Wonders has lost its magic, others could say that any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. Brace yourselves; it’s time for the magical wonders of Planetfall.

Jun
28

REVIEW: Stellaris: Ancient Relics Story Pack

Like exploring the remnants of an empire at the height of its decadency, Stellaris’ latest addition showcases the height of one of the best 4X games swept under the passage of time and progress.

Jun
05

REVIEW: BATTLETECH: Urban Warfare

The latest DLC for Harebrained Schemes’ excellent BATTLETECH brings stealth and city-based battles to the table.

Nov
27

REVIEW: BATTLETECH: Flashpoint

Adding a nice series of missions, a beautiful jungle biome, and three new battlemech chassis to blow into tiny pieces, BATTLETECH: Flashpoint is a no-brainer for anyone who’s restored Lady Arano to the throne.

Apr
24

REVIEW: BATTLETECH

BATTLETECH allows you to take command of a company of mercenary Mech Warriors, fight your way to riches, and esteem to piloting great hulking bipedal war machines armed with exotic weaponry. Oh, and just maybe take down a conniving despot […]

Mar
15

REVIEW: Surviving Mars

The latest strategy title from Paradox is set on Mars. Control a squad of drones and rovers to pave the way for human habitation, and then try to keep the colonists alive — and profitable, of course!