ValeGuard Screenshot

Review - ValeGuard

ValeGuard is a tower defense/light RTS hybrid with a smidgen of city building.


Golem Gates screenshot

Review: Golem Gates

Golem Gates is a real-time strategy game that emulates the style of the classics in the genre with one unique twist. Read our full review.


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Review - Tooth and Tail

Tooth and Tail from Pocketwatch Games is a simplified realtime strategy (RTS) titled set in a revolutionary setting between warring factions of cannibalistic vermin and forest fauna. Read the full review…


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Review: Galaxy Reavers

Can Galaxy Reavers compress complex RTS elements into a mobile framework? Read our review to find out!


Kyn, a scene in town

Review: Kyn, from Tangrin Entertainment

Kyn combines RPG character-building with elements of old school, small-scale RTS; the result isn’t groundbreaking, but it’s almost too much fun. Read our review…


Stronghold Crusader 2: The Emperor and the Hermit

Themed around the two titular characters, both religious zealots in command of armies of equally zealous followers, The Emperor and the Hermit DLC offers a small but noteworthy bundle of new features to entice fans of Stronghold Crusader 2.


Review: Ninja Cats Vs Samurai Dogs

Ninja Cats Vs Samurai Dogs is a tower defense game with a RTS twist. There is a lot that can go wrong when combining these genres. How well do they blend?


AI War Ancient Shadows swarms screenshot

Review: AI War's Ancient Shadows Expansion

The fourth expansion for AI War from Arcen Games adds a bevvy of new gameplay options in addition to Hero-mode that can return interesting upgrades to help you against the swarms of intelligent fleets coming to destroy you, Read the full review…


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Review: Tryst

BlueGiant Interactive, the devs behind APOX show advancement with their new mutliplayer RTS “Tryst”. Read our full review…


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Review: Revenge of The Titans

If you’re a fan of tower defense games and like the retro-minimalist art style evident in the screenshots you’ll be in gamer heaven with Revenge of the Titans.


Review: Auralux

As Auralux from indie developer Ed McNeill has attempted to simplify how an RTS is to be played, it has also succeeded quite admirably in shedding unnecessary layers in its presentation as well. The majesty of space has been boiled down to the bare minimum of planets and little particles of light. Find out more in this review of the game


Indie Game Review - Incognito: Episode 2

Episode two of ambitious and immersive FPS title Incognito from Magrathean games – does this second installment get noticed, or does it blend into the backdrop?


Review of Incognito: Episode 1

Review of Incognito: Episode 1 from independent Canadian game developer Magrathean. How does the first episode in the epic indie fare?

The story-line that weaves together the cross-genre web of game-play that is Incognito is kind of like what would happen if an episode of Doctor Who did it with an episode of the Twilight Zone. The resulting offspring is a vague but seemingly colourful tale that is going to be told across multiple downloadable episodes.