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The Riftbreaker review

Combining elements from real-time strategy, twin-stick shooters, survival, and tower defense genres, The Riftbreaker is ambitious. Perhaps overly so. But if you’re seeking a game that will keep your brain engrossed as you juggle multiple ...

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Age of Darkness: Final Stand preview

In need of a humiliation? If so, you might want to make Age of Darkness: Final Stand your next masochistic undertaking. Good luck with constructing a fortification that can withstand onslaughts of 70,000 simultaneous attackers. ...

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Warpips (Early Access) preview

From CastleStorm, Swords and Soldiers, to Metal Slug Defense, there’s a good chance you’ve played a 2D side-scrolling real-time strategy game. Even if you haven’t, the concept is rather easy to absorb. On each end ...

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Stronghold Warlords review

Gunpowder helps fuel some of Stronghold Warlords shift to East Asia. Command mortars, fire arrows, and cast-iron grenades as you defend and rupture fortifications. Too bad some of the fundamentals feel a bit creaky. Once ...

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SEGA AGES: Herzog Zwei review

The grandfather of real-time strategy arrives on Switch with the typical M2 treatment. That means a pixel-perfect recreation of the original or if you wish, a number of indispensable modernizations. Sporadically, games are ahead of ...

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Disintegration review

Plotlines are often dispensable in real-time strategy and first-person shooter games. Disintegration provides an absorbing motivation for its blend of genres. But the game’s action isn’t as tactical or engaging as it should be. For ...

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Conan Unconquered review

Game adaptations of Conan The Barbarian have often struggled. The character’s first interactive outing, 1984’s Conan: Hall of Volta, was an eleventh-hour adaption. Launching alongside the theatrical release of the film, Conan the Destroyer, it ...

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SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest review

With a trio of main iterations and multitude of expansions across a sixteen-year history, the SpellForce franchise has a robust legacy. But despite a bountiful number of outings, the real-time strategy/role-playing hybrid hasn’t truly garnered ...

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