Hearts of Iron III: Their Finest Hour Summary
Naval fleets in Hearts of Iron IV are getting an overhaul and will now, it seems, act more like the air forces which operate in specific strategic areas. Fleets can still move from province to province, says the developer diary.
We now get indicators to tell us how spread out our fleets are in an area, with Naval Doctrines having significant impact on their efficiency. Missions define exactly how they behave, and who they target.
Ta-dah! Paradox Interactive have formally announced Hearts of Iron IV and have released a teaser trailer with a speech from everyone's favourite British war-time Prime Minister leading the charge.
They've also announced an RPG in the works steeped in Norse mythology, and it's called Runemaster, which is "something new" for the Paradox Development Studio.
EA's Humble Origin Bundle drew to a close with a whopping $10.5 million raised for charitable causes, which included the Human Rights Campaign, Watsi, the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and more.
Over 2.1 million bundles sold. Now Paradox Interactive are announcing the Humble Paradox Bundle "will go live today," from 8 p.m. CEST (11 a.m. PDT). $125 gets you everything.
It's a staring competition between NATO and the Warsaw Pact in East vs. West: A Hearts of Iron Game, which grants us an 'expanded toolset' to deal with the rest of the world plunged into Cold War.
The vanilla Hearts of Iron III "only really had depth" through its military, says Gellert Keresztes, whereas East vs. West draws a lot upon national politics and espionage.
Paradox Interactive is celebrating the 500,000 registered user milestone for their online community, and each and every one of those registered gets a free copy of Europa Universalis III.
They also kick open the doors to the Paradox Webshop, with their titles as Steam digital downloads with 55% off. They say eventually "all our titles will be offered" with other goodies.