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Tropico 4 Announced
by Brian Bentley [ Monday, 16th of August 2010 - 06:34 PM ]
On Friday, it was announced that Haemimont Games plans to build on their success in the strategy game genre with Tropico 4. This announcement is not a complete shock as its predecessor was well received by both critics and consumers alike. The series hits a fairly specific audience as you tackle being "El Presidente," a ruler of a small tropical island. Armed with the hopes of being a powerhouse nation, you decide how you will make this happen - whether that is politically, diplomatically, economically or militarily. The simulation-strategy genre has many different development houses that cater to a wide range of scenarios. Read More...
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Lessons Learned: Record of Agarest War
by Michael Camacho [ Monday, 17th of May 2010 - 02:34 PM ]
Have you ever been excited for a game's release, and somehow found a way to ruin the game experience due to your own mistake? I guess in my case, it's more stupidity than a mistake. What I am about to recount is how I went from being in Heaven to dragging myself through Hell in a matter of 10 days. This is my story on how my attempt to review Record of Agarest War went sour and the lessons I learned. As a gamer that is very keen on the import scene, I had heard of Record of Agarest War when it was first released in Japan in late 2007. I was intrigued by the reported dating aspects, the Soul Breeding the game touted and being able to play through story through multiple generations. Read More...
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Demo: Operation Darkness Hits XBL
by Michael Camacho [ Thursday, 24th of April 2008 - 08:16 PM ]
ATLUS Co. is known for bringing some of the most niche and interesting Japanese Role-Playing Games stateside and this June 24th will be another game added to their library.  Only this time, you will be able to test the game out 2 months before the game drops stateside, as Operation Darkness hits XBL Marketplace today.  Operation Darkness is an alternate reality strategy RPG set in World War II, where Adolph Hitler is marching through Europe commanding an army of soldiers and creatures.  It's up to you to deliver a crushing blow and put an end to Hitler's evil reign. Read More...
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