Total War: Attila is an ode to the true meaning of the words “total war”, disregarding accepted rules of war and making everything procurable. It’s a magnificent embodiment of survival-strategy.
Civilization: Beyond Earth is a great game and has what it takes to keep you coming back for more, for now at least.
It’s immediately clear that Halfway has some stellar indie pedigree behind it, but a couple minor flaws stack up so that Halfway doesn’t quite go all the way.
Some solid RPG fun, but not the most magical experience.
An insightful adventure in a world that hates the one thing that can save it.
Which is the bigger enemy, the one unknown or the one from within?