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Galactic Civilizations 3: Retribution Preview Video

I was lucky enough to get my hands on the upcoming Retribution expansion for Galactic Civilizations 3! Watch as I focus on the main new features of Retribution, including the Artifacts, the Hypergates, the Cargo Ships and the complete overhaul of the research tree. Not to mention many, many other small tweaks and additions, not … Continue reading Galactic Civilizations 3: Retribution Preview Video

Interstellar Space: Genesis Developers Interview

I had the awesome opportunity to sit down and speak with Adam Solo and Hugo Rosado (aka MalRey) about their upcoming 4X strategy game, Interstellar Space: Genesis. I'm so glad I did, too, as I learned a lot about their upcoming plans for the game and what's still to come before they reach release. So, … Continue reading Interstellar Space: Genesis Developers Interview

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

Amplitude Studios’ Free Weekend

All weekend long, Amplitude Studios' games are free to play. The more we play them, the more, cool new content we unlock, too! Check out this site for more details: https://www.amplitude-freeweekend.com/ The other great news is that Endless Space 1 is now free forever. That will now make it an EASY recommendation to anyone looking … Continue reading Amplitude Studios’ Free Weekend

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