Tag Archives: tactical

FORCED Showdown: REVIEW

FORCED Showdown is the result of a team of people who surely played a lot of CCGs and MOBAs and decided “We can do all of this in one compelling single player package”. Not quite the two genres I would pick to stand next to each in any way. In this …

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Tom Clancy’s The Division A Look At The BETA

If you’ve never been to New York City, then let me just say there’s one thing there’s never a shortage of there: people. The population explosion can be overwhelming for some. Keeping 8.4 million residents relatively safe, with full city services, and governmental infrastructure is a hefty task, taken for granted. In …

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Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak review

Prequels in modern entertainment find themselves in an unenviable position: they don’t continue the story that generated all of the excitement of the original and they often face the impossible task of living up to hype that can be difficult, if not impossible, to overcome. Episode One: The Phantom Menace …

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Breach and Clear: Deadline – Strategic Zombie Combat Unleashed

Last year Mighty Rabbit Studios released Breach and Clear, a tactical strategy game revolving around micromanaging your four-man special forces team through a plethora of anti-terrorism scenarios. The game earned many favorable reviews from gamers and critics alike. Breach and Clear gave you control over nearly every aspect of deploying elite forces into precarious scenarios. …

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