0 A.D. – The Renaissance of Ancient Video Games

0 A.D. – The Renaissance of Ancient Video Games

September 13, 2021

Ever wanted to lay your eyes on a game in ‘Alpha Phase’? Ready for an RTS game that has the ambition to change the playing-field of historical games? Want to know what it looks like when Romans get ignored, but the Kush Empire and Mauryan Empire are cherished? In short, would you like to be surprised by a game that has been in development for over a decade? Read our series on this game now! Today: part I.

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Svoboda 1945: Liberation Review

Svoboda 1945: Liberation Review

August 14, 2021

Last year July, we played Attentat 1942 during one of our streams. Developed by a team of historians and game developers at Charles University in Prague, it revolved around a particularly dark moment in Czech history: the Second World War and the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich (and subsequent retaliation by the Nazis). Svoboda 1945: Liberation, the second game made by Charles Games was released on August 3rd. It portrays the situation in the German-Czech border region of Sudetenland just after the war. Once again, Charles Games have managed to make an amazing game, which will not only give you new insights into this often overlooked part of the war, but will also make you think about how heritage is viewed through different personal lenses. Here’s a short review, trying to not spoil the game too much for you.

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Bulletin: Half-Life, Company of Heroes 3, Skull & Bones and more!

Bulletin: Half-Life, Company of Heroes 3, Skull & Bones and more!

July 25, 2021

It has been a while, but we’re back with a bulletin! It’s not workable to recap everything that happened since the last (real) bulletin, nevertheless, here are some cool items on Half-Life, Company of Heroes 3, War Thunder, Skull & Bones, Red Dead Redemption 2, the Studio Ghibli Museum and Age of Empires 3: the African Royals!

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Assassin’s Creed: Infinity

Assassin’s Creed: Infinity

July 9, 2021

This week the news broke that Ubisoft is developing Assassin’s Creed: Infinity, a massive online platform that evolves over time. But what does this mean for the future of one of the most popular historical video games ever?

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Old World Review

Old World Review

July 8, 2021

If you have followed us for some time, you will already know we love Old World, a 4X game developed by Mohawk Games (who you might know from games such as Offworld Trading Company). With Old World being released in Early Access last year, we played many hours of the game. However, July saw the … Read More

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Bulletin: Steam Summer Sale Edition

Bulletin: Steam Summer Sale Edition

July 3, 2021

It’s that time of year again where Steam is plundering out wallets with all the discounts. As we like games (you must have gathered by now), here’s some of our picks of this Steam Summer Sale! Mind you, almost any game is on sale right now, but there are some games you just might want to check out, especially with such a huge discount! Did we miss your favorites? Let us know what games we should definitely play!

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Bulletin: E3 2021 Edition

Bulletin: E3 2021 Edition

June 18, 2021

This week saw the all digital edition of E3, one of the largest gaming conventions. Over the course of the event many new (and old) games were announced, or recent releases were put in the spotlight. So in this bulletin, we will go over all the past-related games coming to us in the future, or the games you should definitely play! Prepare for plenty of trailers.

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Stratigraph: Battlefield 2042

Stratigraph: Battlefield 2042

June 15, 2021

It has been a while since we’ve written a Stratigraph, but the announcement of a new Battlefield title (2042) seemed like a good opportunity to get back into the flow. And like many big new games, something is definitely wrong with the new Battlefield. It looks cool, yes, but it’s theme is horrible and EA just went full Ubisoft: ‘it’s not political’ on us.

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