At its heart, Empire of Sin does a little of everything and does none of it well.
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Interesting indie game that’s not quite as good as it wants to be, but still aims for the sky and hits.
This may be Paradox’s best game and it’s about…family.
Fun combat and colorful world, but not a lot of depth outside that.
Fewer vampires and more Greeks! It’s Bronze Age Total War.
Relentlessly stylish and relentlessly grindy turn-based tactical roguelike.
Easy to start, but miles deep. THAT’S WAR, BABY!
It’s XCOM but less intimidating and overwhelming.
Surprisingly playable and fun for a reasonably complicated wargame.
Arcade-style giant fighting robot action overcomes repetitive missions and a sometimes-nightmarish HUD.