Tag: turn-based

Oct
17

REVIEW: Court of Ashes

The king is dead, the kingdom has fallen into disarray, and you’re the only one who has the influence and acumen to unite the council and restore the land to its former glory.

Oct
11

REVIEW: WARSAW

Do you have the tactical chops to face down the dark forces of the Nazi hordes? Command your brave squad of Polish partisans in war-torn Warsaw. A turn-based experience not for the faint-hearted.

Sep
28

REVIEW: Queen’s Wish: The Conqueror

Although rough around the edges, and still rough on the eyes and ears, Queen’s Wish may be Spiderweb Software’s most well-paced adventure to date.

Sep
27

REVIEW: Nauticrawl

Theorize. Experiment. Repeat. Learn how to pilot the mysterious machine…or die trying.

Sep
21

REVIEW: Sin Slayers

A dungeon crawler RPG with turn-based combat where your goal is to assemble a team and to hunt down each of the 7 deadly sins that are plaguing the land.

Aug
19

PREVIEW: Jupiter Hell

If turn-based Doom with lots of swearing sounds good to you, then Jupiter Hell is probably worth a look

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.

Aug
06

REVIEW: Mutant Year Zero: Seed of Evil

Return to the wastelands of a post-war Sweden in Seed of Evil. Mutant Year Zero gets some extra DLC content. Is it any good? Read on..

Jul
25

PREVIEW: Godhood

Godhood – Does it still count as worshipping a false idol if I’m the idol?

Jul
09

PREVIEW: Conglomerate 451

Style over substance was a great motto for the world of Cyberpunk 2020. It doesn’t work so well as a game design decision.