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Game Reviews: Heroes & Generals

by Joseph Luster

It goes without saying at this point that war-based first-person shooters are practically a dime a dozen. The same could be said about strategy titles, as well, so it always comes down to a particularly innovative touch applied on the creator’s part. Read more

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Colonial Conquest

By Joseph Luster

Fans of classic turn-based strategy games might recall 1985’s Colonial Conquest. Argonauts Interactive ran a successful Kickstarter campaign for a reboot earlier in 2015, reimagining and rereleasing the conquest simulator for today’s strategy-loving PC players. Read more

This alternate history 'shmup' may not be perfect, but there's still plenty of fun to go around.

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Game Reviews – Under Defeat HD: Deluxe Edition

By Joseph Luster

It’s not often we get to dig into the shoot ‘em up genre in these pages, and no, I’m not talking about the other type of shooter we actually do get to talk about on a regular basis; I’m talking the games lovingly referred to by fans as “shmups” for short. Read more

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World of Warships

By Joseph Luster

Similar to the way wargaming.net has handled previous releases, World of Warships is an ever-expanding project that continues to add new features as it barrels toward its full release. Read more

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Wars and Battles

By Joseph Luster

It’s kind of amazing how far war strategy games have come on mobile devices over the years. It seems like just yesterday I was settling for some rather rudimentary turn-based entertainment, but now we have more solid and impressive options like Kermorio’s Wars and Battles. Read more

In Valkyria Duel, cel-shaded graphics deliver an anime spin on a World War II scenario.

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Game Features: Valkyria Duel

By Joseph Luster

Valkyria Chronicles is an interesting franchise.

It’s one of those series one would assume is more popular than it really is simply due to the overwhelming fan fervor, and their vocal disappointment at the fact that it didn’t catch on as blazing hot as it could have in North America. Read more