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Ancestors: Legacy Review – Fast Action Mixed With Decent Depth

Ancestors: Legacy
Destructive Creations

The original Company of Heroes was one of my all-time favorite real-time strategy games. The ability to micro-manage smaller groups of units, and engage in tactical battles across sprawling maps was a perfect combination. 890 more words

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Steel Division: Normandy 44 Second Wave & Back to Hell DLC Reviews – 2 Big Bombs of Great Content

Steel Division: Normandy 44 Second Wave & Back to Hell DLC
Eugen Systems/Paradox Interactive

As a child I remember drawing scenes of battles. I’d have tanks and little stick men with helmets on pointed towards each other with little broken lines that indicated “pew pew” weapons’ fire. 840 more words

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They Are Billions (Early Access) Review – Not Just Another Zombie Game

They Are Billions
Numantian Games

When I’d first caught drift of indie developer, Numantian Games’ They Are Billions, I was sort of just “meh.” Although it aspired to be a sort of combination of… 954 more words

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Dishonest Rebellion in an Empire at War

Star Wars: Empire at War is a game that I occasionally return to, because it’s something that can be played for a short or long amount of time, it’s fairly repetitive so it’s easy to learn but can reward creative strategies when one is in the mood to put forth the effort, and it does a decent job in its best moments of capturing some of the cinematic thrills of  1,758 more words


Steel Division: Normandy 44 Review – Can You Say: Strategy in Spades?

Steel Division: Normandy 44
Eugen Systems/Paradox Interactive

World War II games sort of remind me of the whole zombie craze. Both reached the heights of their respective popularity years ago, yet many gaming developers clung to the notion that they could still turn out a good zombie or WWII title here and there. 1,070 more words

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