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The best city builder since Sim City 4
A chilling and thought-provoking experience that puts Frictional games as one of the best horror game developers.
Few compelling scenarios in a midst of poor AI, terrible optimization and a myriad of bugs. You’re better off sticking with the classics.
A RPG that trully fuffills its promise of having choices that truly affects the world around the player. Brutal, challenging and with a high replayability. A kind of game that we rarely seen around.
A more well-rounded story and improvements to both combat combat mechanics and environment interaction makes Divinity: Oricinal Sin – Enhanced Edition the definitive version of Larian’s RPG.
Its minimalistic design and lovely art will make you endure the lack of guidance and sometimes straight up confusing rules.
Better than ever, Homeworld makes a comeback to show how amazing real time strategy campaigns can be.
Albeit with improvements on the abilities tree and story, The Following suffers from bad checkpoints placement and a world that doesn't complement the usage of the car.
Despite its problems with content, Street Fighter V is the most polished and accessible entry in the franchise.
An otherwise excellent action game suffers from a lack of polish, hindering it's enjoyment.
8-Bit Armies tries to evoke a sense of nostalgia, but forgets what made classic real time strategy games so fun to play.
An accessible mix between Grand Strategy and 4X with a narrative-driven focus that, despite small annoyances, makes a great entry point to the world of strategy.
After some mishaps in the past, Creative Assembly delivers one of the greatest Total War games ever. Its bold, its factions are unique and it’s a perfect fit for both Warhammer and strategy fans.
By far the most accessible game of an intricately complex franchise. Hearts of Iron IV streamlines unit management and instead focus on creating alternative outcomes to WWII. Be sure to have a lot of free time to learn this one.
A vast array of mechs to choose from, an amazing soundtrack and blood pumping action. Brigador builds and expands on classic isometric shooters to create scenarios where you feel awesome all the time.
Drinking from the same fountain of the games the Way is inspired, it delivers a beautiful story, art and gameplay.
Rough around the edges, but still a fun romp for those looking for varied RPG settings.
Even with an interesting story and characters, Eisenhorn fails in every other aspect.
ABZÛ its a chilling and remarkable experience from beginning to end.