Tag: turn-based

Mar
19

REVIEW: Panzer Corps 2

Panzer Corps’ long-awaited sequel beats the odds and outdoes its legendary predecessor in every way. A must-have for any tactical wargamer.

Mar
02

REVIEW: Vampire’s Fall: Origins

Vampire’s Fall: Origins is an RPG that wears many recognizable influences on its sleeve, but ends up lacking any meaningful content to make it worth while.

Mar
01

REVIEW: Broken Lines

Lead a squad of World War II soldiers in their mission to survive being cut off from the rest of the world in a mysterious and hostile territory.

Feb
24

REVIEW: CORRUPTION 2029

Fight against the USA as the USA in this XCOM-lite that employs real-time stealth mechanics for an interesting tactical experience.

Feb
18

REVIEW: Trials of Guinevere

An old-school style JRPG with some new approaches to the genre.

Feb
16

PREVIEW: Panzer Corps 2

The spiritual successor of Panzer General returns with a sequel that manages to make further improvements to an already outstanding title.

Feb
14

REVIEW: Urtuk: The Desolation

Throw Battle Brothers and Darkest Dungeon into a blender with a few extra ingredients mixed in and you’ll end up with Urtuk: The Desolation.

Feb
03

PREVIEW: Spellsword Cards: DungeonTop

Board-game style deck building with hidden depths

Jan
20

REVIEW: Rain of Reflections: Set Free

The beginning of a promising dystopian future RPG series with tactical battles.

Dec
06

REVIEW: Through the Ages

Rule your people from their humble beginning as a primitive tribe to an advanced nation in this civilization-building strategy title, flawlessly adapted from the popular tabletop game to the PC.