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Total War: Attila is one part history lesson and many parts strategic thinking. It may seem intimidating but does welcome you in with advice rather than commands. Some menus can feel unintuitive, but the battles are well-stream...
5 Lives Studios is a new developer with a lot to prove, and with Satellite Reign, they look to prove that a studio consisting of only 5 people can come together and make a game that lives up to the name of its spiritual predec...
In Survivalist, you play as Joe Wheeler, a hedge fund manager who spent the past year locked away in a survival bunker, ever since civilization collapsed… somehow. That part isn’t really explained. It’s the apocalypse. There’s ...
Z was the great underdog of mid 90s strategy games, and playing it again is a great joy. If you have fond memories of this game from back then, you’ll still get plenty of enjoyment. And if you missed it the first time around, i...
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