All in Review
We don’t get many cold war spy themed games and even less in the strategy genre. Phantom Doctrine presents the intriguing prospect of managing an intelligence organisation around the familiar XCOM-like tactical gameplay. Read on for my review of Phantom Doctrine.
It’s been out for quite a while I know. Been a roller coaster month for me. Didn’t wan’t to do a full review of this, but I wanted to share with you my opinion on it. So here goes, my thoughts on Northgard’s Snake clan DLC.
Two Point Hospital is the spiritual successor to the classic hospital management game by Bullfrog Productions, Theme Hospital. Does it capture the charm and brilliance of the original? Read on for my review.
There’s been a lack of real-time strategy game of late. But what we’ve seen in this strategy sub-genre is a trend in RTS-lite games that are more casual affairs. Circle Empires is such a game that offers a simplified spin on the RTS genre. Does that lead to a fun RTS experience? Read on for my review…
If you think of Vikings as brooding bloodthirsty raiders, you’re in for a surprise. In Northgard, Vikings are a more colourful bunch. Northgard is an RTS centred around the harsh lives of vikings. Here’s my review of it.
Football is a game of skills, athleticism, luck and strategy. Football video games however, have tended to be pretty action-centric and lacking on the strategic aspect. Football, Tactics & Glory is one of the few football games rooted in the strategy genre. Here’s my review of it.
When it comes to strategy games set in ancient Egypt, only a handful rise above the pool of average games. Does Egypt: Old Kingdom enter the pantheon of great ancient Egypt games? Here's my review of it.