Warhammer 40K: Gladius – Relics of War Review

Proxy Studios were the developers behind the good - almost very good - Pandora: First Contact. Pandora attempted to revamp and modernize the damn-near-perfect Alpha Centauri, which of course was a huge undertaking. As such, they were likely doomed from the start, but with their expansion, Eclipse of Nashira, Pandora was a game that I … Continue reading Warhammer 40K: Gladius – Relics of War Review

Jon Shafer’s At the Gates Review

Wow, I'm genuinely surprised that I'm writing this review. After roughly six years, Jon Shafer has finally reached the finish line for his Kickstarted At the Gates. There were times during that process that I honestly believed this game would never reach a state anywhere close to resembling "complete". Hell, there were times where I … Continue reading Jon Shafer’s At the Gates Review

Endless Legend Review: December 2018

I've been playing a lot of Endless Legend lately and I really want to share my updated thoughts on the game, as it stands now, after everything is said and done.  When I wrote my Endless Legend review for eXplorminate, I spoke very highly of it, giving it eXplorminate’s first-ever "eXemplary" rating. I was truly awed … Continue reading Endless Legend Review: December 2018

Dawn of Andromeda + Subterfuge Review

Dawn of Andromeda (DoA) is a difficult game to talk about. I genuinely don't know if I like it or not. Sure, there's a lot about DoA that is unique, and most of it is rather streamlined, but I don't know if the rest of it really holds up very well.  Since I've never discussed the … Continue reading Dawn of Andromeda + Subterfuge Review

Galactic Civilizations 3: Intrigue Review

What is it? Galactic Civilizations 3: Intrigue is the latest expansion for the third iteration of theGalactic Civilizations (GalCiv) series. The expansion introduces some new features, among them are: Governments - once you've obtained your second colony, you can begin to choose among different governments that allow for various bonuses to production levels, diplomatic capabilities, access to … Continue reading Galactic Civilizations 3: Intrigue Review