FoTR is a fairly run of the mill expansion pack that offers few new incentives in terms of missions or units, and it's not something for every WWII...
Posted: 07.12.2006 03:39 by Rob Holland | Comments: 0
Massive Assault Network 2 is a welcome addition to the strategy genre, offering a few new ideas sprinkled over a solid base of classic turn-based...
Posted: 06.12.2006 08:24 by Andi Hamilton | Comments: 0
Buccaneer's Bounty (PC)
Among this years offerings is the Cinemaware compilation of Buccaneer's Bounty, a set of three RTS/action games of trading, sailing, fighting and...
Posted: 05.12.2006 06:29 by Jena | Comments: 0
Defend the Empires lands from the unrelenting, leaderless hordes of chaos or thrust your dark will and serve the Chaos gods themselves.
Posted: 01.12.2006 05:24 by Simon Priest | Comments: 1
ANNO 1701 (PC)
City building at its finest in 1701, build, explore, settle and trade for the wealthiest colony at sea.
Posted: 27.11.2006 06:02 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
This is the latest and most outstanding title in the Total War franchise, any history RTS buff or fan of the series would be psychotically...
Posted: 11.11.2006 14:15 by Simon Priest | Comments: 9
When someone like Sid Meier copies a classic genre, I at least expect him to add something new and innovative to the game-play.
Posted: 03.11.2006 06:08 by Richard Nolan | Comments: 0
Joint Task Force (PC)
The ability to drive everything and anything combined with the detailed levels and highly flexible units makes it a very realistic experience for...
Posted: 02.11.2006 04:40 by Demon | Comments: 0
Three of the American Conquests series additions packed into one outdated looking compilation.
Posted: 19.10.2006 03:33 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Night Watch (PC)
Definitely intriguing Night Watch is worth a play through, but it wouldn't make my top ten games of the year list.
Posted: 27.09.2006 03:53 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Weird, unique and refreshing is Russian K-D Lab's real-time strategy game.
Posted: 22.09.2006 03:15 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Coffee Tycoon (PC)
It's a game to remind yourself that there's a big wide World out there, and you're missing it!
Posted: 21.09.2006 05:34 by Simon Priest | Comments: 1
Company of Heroes (PC)
Company of Heroes could be the most revolutionary RTS to come along in awhile.
Posted: 19.09.2006 04:10 by John Wallace | Comments: 0
Sword of the Stars (PC)
For those who have lived under a very dark, technologically devoid rock, the four X's stand for explore, expand, exploit and exterminate.
Posted: 14.09.2006 03:18 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Darwinia is something special, something you can't help but love when you're inside it sprite filled universe.
Posted: 01.09.2006 08:42 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Cossacks II - Battle for Europe, out to take over Europe with their new stand-alone expansion which adds a turn-based skirmish mode.
Posted: 01.08.2006 14:08 by Josie de Dios | Comments: 0
Emergency 3 (PC)
The heart of Emergency 3 is based on the idea that itís fun to be the first response to a variety of emergency situations.
Posted: 27.07.2006 12:38 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Moscow to Berlin (PC)
In the end I found Moscow to Berlin to be an entertaining addition, with a great game engine.
Posted: 08.07.2006 07:20 by Josie de Dios | Comments: 0
Wildlife Park 2 (PC)
Overall, the zoo god experience can be fulfilling, knowing that you are in control of everything alive in the picture.
Posted: 02.07.2006 08:35 by Evangeline Grace Agujo | Comments: 0
City Life (PC)
Overall I have to rate City Life as one of my favorite city builders, bringing back a lot of nostalgia for my early Sims City days.
Posted: 26.06.2006 23:55 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
You and your friend will surely enjoy bringing your troops to beat 100 armies of your enemy and taking on the shoe of the hero.
Posted: 26.06.2006 02:43 by Josie de Dios | Comments: 0
One of the most brilliant general in the Western civilization is being relived in this second expansion of the Rome: Total War Series.
Posted: 25.06.2006 03:04 by Josie de Dios | Comments: 0
I am truly spellbound by the splendor of this game, hooray to Nival for bringing back Heroes of Might and Magic.
Posted: 23.06.2006 02:27 by Josie de Dios | Comments: 0
Glory of the Roman Empire is a great game for those looking to create a functional and beautiful Roman legacy.
Posted: 21.06.2006 00:00 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
The turn based combined with RTF is unique and fun, providing a little time for thinking and not so much twitchy trigger finger.
Posted: 02.06.2006 00:00 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Rush for Berlin (PC)
A fast action and welcomed spin on a WWII game, emphasising the very need to rush for Berlin.
Posted: 02.06.2006 00:00 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Legion Arena (PC)
A Roman strategy with a twist so instead of focusing on the Empire as its supreme governor, you're charged only with the matters of Imperial...
Posted: 23.05.2006 00:00 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Without going into too much detail, you are a fresh faced, green horned rookie. An immediate beauty to this game is the freedom available to you.
Posted: 05.05.2006 00:00 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
If you're looking to venture forth into Black and White 2 then be sure to pickup this expansion along with it.
Posted: 04.05.2006 00:00 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
For the hexagon loving number crunching strategists out there with a flare for WWII, this is what itís all about.
Posted: 03.05.2006 00:00 by Simon Priest | Comments: 1
War on Terror (PC)
Overall this game is well worth getting, it may appear like an Act of War look-a-like but don't be fooled.
Posted: 21.04.2006 00:00 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Birth of America (PC)
Birth Of America uses a simultaneous turn based battle system, which basically means that its a bloody free for all, much like a typical war.
Posted: 13.04.2006 00:00 by Alexandra Jeffreys | Comments: 0
The Apprentice (PC)
A game as transparent as a bad comb over. While the hype may have lead us to expect something a little more substantial.
Posted: 23.03.2006 00:00 by Alexandra Jeffreys | Comments: 0
Can you imagine Leonardo coming back to just tweak the Mona Lisa a little, toss a few extra trees in the background?
Posted: 09.03.2006 00:00 by Alex Jeffreys | Comments: 0
There are two campaigns, depending on whether you'd rather be naughty or nice, each campaign has eight scenarios to play through.
Posted: 08.03.2006 00:00 by Alexandra Jeffreys | Comments: 1
Tribal Trouble (PC)
This is a 3D real time strategy game in which you must progressively build units and buildings in order to resist the onslaught of your enemies.
Posted: 07.03.2006 00:00 by Alexandra Jeffreys | Comments: 0
As you can see, imagination is very important when playing this game, like so many other hex based, turn based tactical strategy games.
Posted: 05.03.2006 00:00 by Alexandra Jeffreys | Comments: 0
This is a game about making monstrous amounts of money by building things and preying on peoples need to buy them.
Posted: 04.03.2006 00:00 by Alexandra Jeffreys | Comments: 0
This is a rather decent game. There are better out there, however this is solid, and if it's up your alley then you will most likely enjoy it.
Posted: 02.03.2006 00:00 by Alexandra Jeffreys | Comments: 0
Land of Legends (PC)
Its cartoony look and feel do have a certain charm, and the game play is deviously simple. Think more Chess than Command and Conquer.
Posted: 02.03.2006 00:00 by Alexandra Jeffreys | Comments: 0