Expeditions: Conquistador Summary
Logic Artists is working on Expeditions: Viking, a sequel to historical strategy RPG Expeditions: Conquistador
Danish indie developer Logic Artists' turn-based strategy adventure Expeditions: Conquistador was a, so I'm happy to hear the team is returning to their historical series - this time, however, they're swapping Spanish galleons for viking longboats.
Expeditions: Viking will feature the same blend of strategic combat, RPG development, and choose-your-own-adventure storytelling as its predecessor, but it'll also add some interesting new features.
If you own a copy of the underrated tactical strategy gameand you feel like coming up with some of your own content for it, developers Logic Artists have you covered.
They've just released the game's Fabula Event Editor for free, an XML editor that will allow players to create new quests, narration and rewards, "modify the original campaigns to their own tastes and share them with their friends."
Expeditions: Conquistador developer Logic Artists have announced a most intriguing new game called Clandestine which is set during the mid-1990s and involves Cold War espionage in a "deep dark" spy fantasy.
The reason interests are piqued is because of its "asymmetrical" approach to co-op play, where one player is 'feeding' the other crucial information and so are not traditionally side-by-side.