If there is any RTS game to be purchased and played immediately, Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak is right there at the top of the list.
StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void is not only a brilliant addition to competitive play, but in my opinion adds a worthy single player campaign to Starcraft II. It’s made for everyone, and positively one of Blizzard’s brightest stars released across all of their series.
Is this Hobbit flavored strategy game dwarfed by the competition?
Should you answer the call to the Mother Land?
Can the Queen of Blades and her Heart of the Swarm overcome Raynors Raider’s and the Wings of Liberty?
Can you and your keyboard make it to the end?
A game with lots of potential gets treated like the middle child and fails to blossom.
There are many tower defence games out there at the moment and for the most part they all stick to… Read More »
Being a deity isn’t easy when you’re dealing with stupid creatures