Kalypso Media now owns the IP of Pyro Studios, creators of Commandos, Imperial Glory and Praetorians - and we're getting new games in those franchises and re-releases of all games in the series.
There's a new Command and Conquer: Red Alert game coming, featuring the return of psychic Yuri from Red Alert 2 no less, but Red Alert Online is a mobile game from Chinese company Tencent.
While some might prefer the frantic pace of real-time strategy games where you hit macros like you're speed-typing, the slow, calm and calculated air of the turn-based strategy game call to those players who like to plan extensively and enjoy carefully crafted plots and tactics boiling over in slow-cooked tension. Mmmmmm.
Single player games tend to trade the thrill of playing with or against other folk by giving players deeper, more interesting worlds to explore at their own pace with deeper narrative elements, with some exceptions. We've put together some of the finest single player games into a comprehensive list to help you with picking your next adventure.
The new Portal is a spin-off from the Bridge Constructor series of puzzle games, but it does feature GLaDOS.
Frontier have announced the new Jurassic Park sim game at Gamescom for PC, Xbox One and PS4, to coincide with release of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom in 2018.
With the StarCraft remaster still very much on the way, eager crowds continue to ask the question - 'what about a Warcraft III remaster?' With the 2003 RTS classic receiving a PTR update today, we can likely assume a remaster still isn't really on the table.
Heading into South Korea early this year, Blizzard announced StarCraft Remastered - a spuced up, HD version of the original strategy classic that retains its aesthetic while making it more appealing for newer hardware.
There's been plenty of modern-day releases when it comes to the 4X space-strategy genre. But what if you just want to take a time out and go back to where it all began? THQ Nordic are all for the idea, so they're bringing back Imperium Galatica. Today.
Why'd you still be looking for something to play in this particular month of the year is a question we'd usually ask; but if you're seriously still without gaming goods, Ubisoft has your back. Sort of.