Tag: strategy

Apr
20

PREVIEW: Foundation

Foundation first came to my attention in early 2018, when seemingly out of nowhere, it managed to score more than double its initial goal on Kickstarter. Fast forward about a year, and the game finally hits Steam’s Early Access. So, […]

Apr
14

REVIEW: ISLANDERS

A relaxed city builder.

Apr
09

REVIEW: Tropico 6

My fellow Tropicans, ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for El Presidente!

Mar
30

REVIEW: RIOT: Civil Unrest

RIOT:Civil Unrest takes momentous global conflicts and reduces them to a simplistic pixelated tug-of-war, lobbing in a few Molotov cocktails for dramatic effect.

Mar
29

REVIEW: Dawn of Man

Madruga Works have gone all the way from space colonization on their previous game Planetbase, to the Paleolithic Age now on Dawn of Man. But how well do they exactly fare given the change of scenery?

Mar
15

REVIEW: Dungeons 3 – An Unexpected DLC

Watch out everybody! Shooting straight out of the blue, or perhaps more aptly put, surging forth from the depth of the underground, this Unexpected DLC takes us back into the frolicking and fighting of the third Dungeon.

Mar
08

PREVIEW: Wildermyth

Do you yearn for Adventure? From humble farmer origins to mighty warriors. Let your legend be written in the blood of your foes. Enter the tactical fray of the Yondering Lands

Mar
05

REVIEW: WarGroove

This all-you-can-eat buffet will keep your turn-based and pixel-art needs well satiated.

Mar
03

REVIEW: Spinnortality

As unexpectedly addictive as it is unapologetically cynical, Spinnortality is like a world-dominating love-child born from the capitalistic orgy of Mad Med, Wolf of Wall Street, 1984, and Excel.

Feb
19

REVIEW: Battlefleet Gothic: Armada II

Whenever life gets you down and things seem hard or tough and even though the planets are exploding and the aliens swarming and feel that you’ve had quite enough. Just remember that the Emperor protects.