The more experienced and patient of strategy fans are sure to enjoy the newest entry in one of Japan’s longest-running gaming franchises, but newcomers might struggle to get into it due to its deep learning curve and conspicuously limited tutorials.
A surprising mix of RTS and RPG, GrimGrimoire is one of the PlayStation 2’s most gorgeous games, and now it’s making a return in HD form.
The not-so-dynamic Italian campaign is a poor framework for Company of Heroes 3, but the battles themselves are more gripping than ever.
The Settlers: New Allies is a city-builder with old problems.
Möbius Front ’83 is different from Zachtronics usual outings, but it doesn’t entirely create an experience that feels both strategic and rewarding.
Armello is an interesting blend of genres and ideas. It’s a strategy meets card game hybrid with some role-playing elements thrown on top. It seeks to recreate the tabletop experience in videogame form, such that it not only plays like one, but captures the look and feel too. From its aesthetics to its rules and…
Developer Stoic’s first entry in its three-part turn-based strategy role-playing game epic The Banner Saga is excellent, both as a standalone game and as an introduction to a greater narrative. It’s expansive world and endearing cast craft a compelling stage, tense battles and difficult decisions giving each exchange weight and uncertainty. It’s beautiful and dark;…