Benjamin Bakker

4 games reviewed
86.3 average score
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Aug 16, 2020

The mechanics are great, Europe has become much more fun to play in. The HRE has become a bigger challenge to manage, and the mission overhauls in the region are a very welcome addition to make the gameplay there more enjoyable. Catholicism reworked has given the religion a much higher rating among its counterparts, and a completely viable option for long term use. The new mercenary system is a great change compared to what the system was before. This is an excellent DLC that was absolutely worth the long wait.

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Mar 29, 2020

The changes they have added to the game have made it much more enjoyable, and much clearer to play as a manager. The expectations have been set in stone for you with the club vision. You have gained a clearer view of your younger players with the youth development screen, and as always, the game has improved over the last installment. With the current winter update out as well, I would recommend getting this game now and enjoying your management career, especially if you get it with together with a friend.

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8 / 10.0 - Steel Division 2
Dec 17, 2019

Steel Division is an excellent military simulator game. It grants the user the ability of tactical decisions, has an engaging single player campaign and an exciting multiplayer mode where you can really test yourself against your friends or strangers to see who the true military mastermind is. The graphics are very pleasing, the music is fitting however sometimes a bit repetitive, the sound effects fit excellently to the game and the theme of the surroundings. Overall, it’s a good game, and when overcoming the learning curve will provide the player with a solid military simulation experience.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Imperator: Rome
Jun 13, 2019

Imperator is a strong instalment to the Paradox catalogue. It has a much stronger military focus than other Paradox games, and though it implements many mechanics of other Paradox titles, it can be somewhat limited in options for the player. The music, visuals and warfare are a major plus point however.

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