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Sorcerer King

Stardock Entertainment
Jul 16, 2015 - PC
Strong

OpenCritic Rating

82

Top Critic Average

79%

Critics Recommend

GameSpot
8 / 10
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7 / 10
GamesBeat
85 / 100
ZTGD
8 / 10
Gaming Nexus
9.5 / 10
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9.6 / 10
COGconnected
86 / 100
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8.2 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Sorcerer King

Together, these pieces come together to create a great twist on the classic 4X formula.

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Sorcerer King has a lot of great ideas, but they don't necessarily come together well.

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Sorcerer King offers a nice strategic balance, and the feeling of carving a swath through a landscape already dominated by your enemy gives the game a fun, challenging feel. Galactic Civilizations may be a more-polished Stardock strategy title, but Sorcerer King offers more enjoyment and certainly a lot more humor.

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Sorcerer King is a game that should appeal to both fans of 4X and turn-based strategy games, and those with an open mind looking to experience something new in the genre. It can take a while to get to grips with everything it has to offer, in particular the doomsday scenario, but it pulls through with aplomb and should keep players coming back for more.

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Tried and true mechanics combine with flexible customization and an interesting asymmetric challenge to create a fun, challenging game. Worth playing for both newcomers and fantasy TBS veterans alike. A dash of humor and sense of progress make the time fly by.

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Another fantastic entry into the 4X strategy sphere, bringing forward some new elements in new ways as a fantastical asymmetric experience.

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Sure, Sorcerer King has a few annoyances but these issues do not hold the experience back. Well done, Stardock!

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Stardock hits it out of the park with Sorcerer King. Turn-based strategy at its finest.

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