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Remember how disappointed you were with Civ3: Play the World? So what happens with Conquests? Does it make it through as a worthy expansion? Read what Canker had to say about it.
Start your civilization with a few people and build it into a powerful empire that will beat the time.
In Ascaron/Encore's latest offering, "Pirate Hunter," players can relive the golden age of piracy in the Caribbean as sailing men from the nations of the four great powers of the period, Spain, Britain, France or Holland...
For those of us who haven’t played its predecessor, Patrician III is a game where you take on the role of one of the late middle age’s trade Patricians.
This game has a somewhat steep learning curve, you really have to understand all the myriad capabilities of your ship, as well as your enemy to survive and prosper, but for the dedicated Star Trek fan its well worth it.
There are a number of minor problems with Stronghold, the new real-time strategy from Firefly Studios/Godgames. However, these flaws don't detract from what is, overall, a thoroughly entertaining experience.
The days of skipping over any games with a Disney logo on the shelves in your local game store, as they are “only for kids” are fast disappearing.
Do eastern civilizations charm you? Did you always want to travel to China but never really got around to do it?
In Immortal Cities, Children of the Nile, players can build great cities and dominate that most ancient and mystical of nations, Egypt.