Crusader Kings III is undoubtedly one of the most daunting, satisfying, and engaging strategy games that I’ve ever played, and it just really makes me wish that I had given this franchise a shot in earlier iterations.
Judging by the prologue chapter, it certainly seems like Builders of Egypt is gearing up to become a great strategy title.
Tannenberg is the most historically accurate WWI shooter I have witnessed, featuring 40 player online battles, over 40 weapons along with a squad system and deep stat tracking, it is up there with the best shooters!
A challenging and immersive RTS title that will offer you some 10 – 15 hours of rewarding game play.
If all you wanted was more Ancestors Legacy, then Saladin's Conquest is exactly just that.
Panzer Corps 2 is a turn-based tactical wargame which should be no stranger to fans of the genre, and although this sequel might not reinvent the wheel, what it does it does well.
XIV? What the hell?
We. The Revolution tries to force you into artificial ethical choices, but ends up creating plain characters who you just don't care about.
We. The Revolution is a unique take on the courtroom genre with little competition it is compelling to see it set in a politically fuelled French Revolution with a sprinkle of historic value.
Civilization VI is the ultimate strategy experience on the current gen consoles.