Strategy Archives

Mount and Blade 2 BannerlordsMount & Blade 2: Bannerlord is an action, RPG and strategy game by TaleWorlds Entertainment and set for release sometime in 2017. It’s the prequel to the combat simulator Mount & Blade: Warband which was released in 2010.

Graphics have been updated and you’ll be immersed in a beautiful and rich world. TaleWorlds programmers have custom designed an engine just for this game which will allow the battles to be rendered in spectacular detail. Read the rest of this entry

BattleTech Harebrained SchemesBattleTech by Harebrained Schemes started as a Kickstarter campaign and is due for release on the PC, Linux and Mac in May 2017. BattleTech will be a turn-based tactical mech combat game immersed in the classic BattleTech setting from the 80s.

There have been many mech-based games for the PC, most notable MechWarrior 2, which defined 3D action games back in the 90s. However, none of these games faithfully recreated the tabletop roleplaying game that many of us know and love. Read the rest of this entry

Shadow Tactics Blades of the Shogun ReviewShadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun was released on December 7th 2016 by Daedalic Entertainment. Shadow Tactics is an indie strategy game and so far hailed as one of the best releases for 2016 with overwhelmingly positive reviews on Steam.

If you loved Commandos or just want a stealth, strategy game set in the feudal Japanese era than you’ll love Shadow Tactics. It’s thrilling to play and beautiful to look at as you send your team around beautiful hand-crafted environments where you try to overcome the odds. Read the rest of this entry

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Civilization 6The much anticipated Civilization 6 is set to be released on October 21st 2016. Firaxis has hinted at a much updated researching system and new city dynamics. Civ 6 reintroduces unit stacking to a limited extent and cities now need space to develop new districts which may limit population growth.

Updated Graphics

One of the first things you’ll notice about Civ 6 is the updated graphics. Developers at Firaxis noticed that many Civ players liked to play the game while zoomed out. Having a large view of the world is important for Civ players so that they can get an understanding of where their units are located around the world so they can prepare a strategy. For this reason Firaxis have made text easier to read and units easier to distinguish from a distance. Read the rest of this entry