Claudia Tjia


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Aug 17, 2020

A Total War Saga: Troy is a solid strategy game with almost all the elements that we have come to expect from the previous Total War games. In this section there is a lot of experimentation with new features, such as the Divine Will, weight classes of military units and managing five different resources instead of just money. While one feature works out better than another, they all offer a refreshing new feature in a series that has always been great in its own right. Adding the new features does mean that it can be a bit overwhelming at times, because there are so many things to micromanage. Once you understand how it works, you can spend hours playing war.

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Aug 13, 2020

Parkasaurus is a light-hearted, cheerful and slightly derpy management game starring alien dinosaurs. The game has a story, but that is otherwise not really interesting or logical. The game is easy to pick up and offers enough possibilities for more depth. This is unfortunately underused, especially in Campaign mode, so you won't be penalized if you don't micromanage everything. This in turn ensures that the game remains light at all times. Digging for fossils through the puzzle minigame is a nice addition that provides some variety, but in my opinion they could have exchanged the first-person mode for ultrawide support. All in all, the game mainly provides liters of light-hearted entertainment and that is of course the most important thing. Oh, and something about hats.

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