The latest DLC expansion for Hearts of Iron IV is Waking The Tiger, and will task players with repelling the Imperial Japanese invasion prior to World War Two.
A piece of lore in Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus reveals that the events of Wolfenstein 3D may have only occurred in Adolf Hitler's head. Or did it?
Despite recently seeing a bit of backlash on their decision to up the prices of their games, Paradox Interactive joins the Steam Halloween Sale with some hefty discounts.
The next Retro FPS from the developers of Rise of the Triad and Dusk is out in 2018 and is based on Raven's classic Heretic and Hexen fantasy game series.
Proving that it's never too late to kick off a Halloween even so long as the big day hasn't been and gone already, World of Warships starts its own.
If you bought a game during Paradox's misguided price increase earlier this year you should be getting details on how to claim a free game as compensation.
Paradox Interactive went into 2010 as a fairly niche company focusing their efforts on Grand Strategy games that captivated all but the most experiences armchair generals. Fast-forward to 2017, however, and you'll see a publicly traded powerhouse that's buying up every strategy studio it can find. And it's working.
The guys behind Brink team up with renowned World of Tanks publisher, lending their industry-wide multiplayer experience with one of the scene's leading groups.
The Sudden Strike series is a renowned World War II, real-time strategy game developed by Fireglow and published by Kalypso Media. Within Sudden Strike 4 the player can choose one of three factions to either play campaign, skirmish or test your skills against another commander in multiplayer. Your choices are from the Allies, the Germans and the Soviets.
While E3 starts to wind down after an exhausting - if not exciting - week of gaming goodness, Paradox Interactive have those covered who'd rather spend the time conquering the world while the rest eyeballs games far further down the release calendar.