Total of 5 user reviews spread across 5 releases
Warlock: Master of the Arcane
Would be Strategy Game of The Year, if not for a few slips: AI build-up is too slow, and badly needed online-help.
One can recommend this game as a decent follower of the classic Master of Magic, with a simple playability comparable with a Master of Orion. AI is tough to defeat, unfortunately easy to out-build ...
Funny casual game, very replayable through a multitude of maps and challenges.
Did you ever wonder what was a life of Smaug, before this nasty hobbit came in? What were all this bad dragons doing in Majesty, so that they gathered such awesome treasures for plunder? Now it is...
Mass Effect 2
Fixed all defects of prequel, and enjoyable to the last skirmish. FPS and adventure experience to remember.
I was hesitant to buy Mass Effect 2, since I didn't finish much hyped prequel. The tedious details bored me, and action failed to keep an even level that I could follow. Mass Effect is much more...
Must have for any RTS addict. Dynamic experience at the scale far above anything on the market.
Initially I was overwhelmed with graphic details, and immersive experience given by awesome engine. It not only let's you observe the detailed battlefield, but also requires you to take advantage of f...
Total War: Shogun 2
Great streamlining of Total War series. Doubles as turn-based strategy, with better diplomacy than before.
I bought it after disappointment of Empire and very long time spent on Medieval Total War 2. No disappointment. Had a lot of fun in purely turn-based mode. Actually more than with Civilization V. ...