Bomber Crew – Trainer Download and Review

Rating: 65/100

Review: As much as I’d love to recommend this game, I can’t. Bomber crew is a great concept, but it’s a game that is difficult for the sake of being difficult, not for the sake of being fun. The game provides you with two “easy” missions that you can get through without much difficulty, and then immediately ramps up to insane levels of difficulty with the “medium” missions that come immediately afterwards.

I’ve yet to beat them without losing my bomber and most of my crew. Everything other than flying in a straight line requires 5-6 seconds of manual input, and the “medium” missions quickly overwhelm you with things that require your rapid attention. Between the swarms of enemy fighters that you have to manually tell your gunners to engage, the objectives that require your constant attention, and the navigation that requires your manual input. If you don’t have insane reaction time you’ll be swiftly overwhelmed and with no way to automate any of these processes (simply being able to automate gunner targeting would make the game so much better). And things only get worse when you start losing crew. You can only carry 2 pieces of equipment at the start of the game, with each additional equipment rack capable of carrying only 1 piece of equipment costing most of the profit of an early mission. This wouldn’t be as large of a problem if medkits were multi-use items like the fire extinguishers, but they’re consumed on use. So if you lose more than 2 crew, they will die. And you will lose a lot of crew. Losing your bomber and most of your crew in this early stage of the game essentially forces a restart, because you won’t be able to afford to rebuy all your plane and crew upgrades which you need to even have a chance of making it back home, and you lose 80% of your experienced crew and all their abilities which are needed for more accurate shooting, or avoiding damage, or setting your own waypoints.

I understand that this is a game much in the line of FTL, but even FTL isn’t this level of hard. On the first “critical mission”, when you’re being swarmed by 16 fighters, being shot at by AA, having to open your bomb bay and arm bombs, tell your gunners to shoot the fighters ripping you apart, keep an eye out for more fighters entering the area, keep an eye out for and set the next navigation point, tell your mechanic to repair damage, wait for the perfect line up to drop your bombs, tell a crewman to heal the dead gunner, tell your gunners to reload their guns, put out fires, keep an eye on the friendly ship you have to escort, and set new navigation waypoints all at the same time, it’s impossible to keep up. Something as simple as a pause button, or the ability to automate targetting of enemies so you can focus on manuevering, bombing, and repairs would make the game much more playable.
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Battle Brothers All PC Review Scores

Battle Brothers is a turn based strategy RPG mix which has you leading a mercenary company in a gritty, low-power, medieval fantasy world.

Rating: 80/100 – Based on 9 Critics

Ragequit.gr
92
Battle Brothers immersed me more than what you would expect from “just” a turn-based tactical RPG. I love its artistic approach, its mechanics to every last bit, and of course its unforgiving difficulty curve. I would not have it any other way. In this reviewer’s humble opinion, this is easily the leading candidate for indie game of 2017.

GameOver.gr
85
Αn unforgiving and difficult to master Turn-based strategy RPG set in a low fantasy universe, that rewards the persistent and patient player. A perpetual battle for survival and the constant need for adapting new gameplay tactics is only held back by the total randomness in many aspects of the game. This randomness is at the same time charming and repulsive.

Riot Pixels
84
Battle Brothers needs more text to fully bring its world to live, but if you like turn-based battles and open worlds, this game is as good as it gets.

PC Gamer
84
Don’t let some clunky inventories scare you off from this excellent strategy RPG.

RPG Fan
82
Battle Brothers knows what it is and doesn’t try to be more than it should be, and that makes it so much better than other titles that strive for an epic or storied feel. What’s accomplished here is a solid, honest package of thrills and strategic depth, though not oppressively so. In truth, the world can get monotonous and drags at times, but I also found myself losing track of time on several occasions as I told myself, “Just one more job.” I dabbled in Veteran a bit before writing this review and couldn’t get back into it — I just couldn’t find the heart to jump right back in after I had developed such an incredible group of fighters who I got to know by name. One day I will likely pick the banner back up and I may just fall on the battlefield twenty hours in. And that’s okay.

Hooked Gamers
80
Battle Brothers may not be a game that I think about months from now, but in the moment I’m thoroughly enjoying myself. It’s a break from the fast paced games constantly bombarding me. If that sounds like something that would be up your alley, then don’t hesitate and start building up a mercenary band for an adventure to call your own.

GameStar
78
Thrilling strategy game with motivating RPG gameplay, but also with a lot of random elements which may not be for everyone.

Game World Navigator Magazine
78
Even the easiest difficulty presents a considerable challenge, since winning a fight in Battle Brothers isn’t the be-all and end-all, it’s equally important to keep your mercs alive and well.

4Players.de
65
While the visuals are sub-par at best, Battle Brothers is an interesting turn based tactics beast with a multi-faceted battle system but also serious balancing issues.

Endless Space 2 All PC Review Scores

Endless Space 2 is a turn-based strategy, science fiction 4X game developed by Amplitude Studios.

Rating: 82/100 – Based on 36 Critics

IGN Italia
93
Endless Space 2 isn’t just a very solid 4X game. It’s also quite the narrative experience. Every faction has a story to tell, and every game will see you playing to their strengths while learning that story.

Game Debate
90
If you’re looking for a replayable sci-fi strategy game to grab a hold of your man hours, then Endless Space 2 will provide you with all you desire. Endless Space 2 sets a new and beautiful benchmark for the 4X genre, masterfully laid out and something future 4x developers will enjoy learning from.

Game Revolution
90
Despite a bit of a misstep regarding space battles, I have very little to complain about when it comes to Endless Space 2. Any bugs or other technical frustrations I had in the Early Access have disappeared with the full release, which also includes a whole new Faction that I can’t wait to play.

The Escapist
90
Endless Space 2 doesn’t sugarcoat the 4x experience, and it can be daunting when you realize that all 600 icons on the screen have a tooltip you need to read to make just this one decision. Despite all that complexity, none of it seems unnecessary, which means every one of those tooltips has essential information.

4Players.de
88
This is a deep sci-fi 4X extravaganza. Loads of beautifully and sometimes very subtle connected game systems make this the most atmospheric and most complex 4X in recent years.

GameCrate
88
Endless Space 2 offers hundreds of ways to play, an interesting player-driven narrative experience, and above all the addictive turn-based gameplay we’ve grown to love.

The Games Machine
88
Endless Space 2 is probably the best videogame ever created by Amplitude Studios, a 4X strategic game with an incredible personality, a deep (and unusual, for this type of productions) storyline, and an almost flawless gameplay. A real gem.

Everyeye.it
86
Quotation forthcoming.

JeuxActu
85
Endless Space 2 is one of the very best 4X games money can buy, specially if you like space related stuff. The only drawback is the lack of accessibility for newbie players who might find it hard to get aboard.

Vandal
85
This is one of the deepest strategy and management games we’ve ever played, and it delivers everything 4X fans can ask for.

ZTGD
85
Fans of 4X gaming cannot really go wrong here. Endless Space 2 is a well-crafted game, that is expansive in all the right places, precise where it needs to be, complicated in an engaging way and truthfully, wonderful to look at. It’s also, after a bit of a time-investment (the tutorial is well-structured in this regard), pretty welcoming to any curious passers-by. Endless Space 2 has that special, addictive, one-more-turn quality about it. There is real style here, and a hell of a lot of substance to back it up.

Multiplayer.it
85
If you love the 4x genre, you will love Endless Space 2.

SpazioGames
85
Endless Space 2 is an amplified journey across the galaxy, it doesn’t reinvent the 4x strategy style, but everything it does, it does well.

Wccftech
85
Endless Space 2 is a great 4X strategy game that is almost guaranteed to improve. While not free of bugs, including a few large ones, it’s a title that oozes character. Each and every game offers the flexibility to play the way you want to and adapt as you please, while offering some excellently told stories with every game also offering a fresh emergent story to boot.

GRYOnline.pl
85
Fans of 4X games set in space will be pleased to know that Endless Space 2 is a real high-quality product. It’s well made as well as engrossing. That’s it. I really hope that Amplitude’s new game wins the same acclaim as another successful cosmic strategy, Stellaris.

GamingTrend
85
Endless Space 2 brings 4X to life with a gorgeous presentation and a host of new approaches to a well-established genre. While a few bugs remain, Amplitude has patched the game twice in the last week. By all accounts, Endless Space 2 is easily one of the best examples of the genre.

Destructoid
85
There’s a lot to like here if you give it a chance, and even if strategy isn’t your preferred genre, you might find that it’s worth your time to give ES2 a shot.

GameWatcher
85
While many of the main gameplay mechanics remain like the original, many smaller changes have been made to improve the overall gameplay experience. The UI is wonderful and the varied faction mechanics allow for a good amount of replay ability. There are plenty of joyous empire building moments to be had in Endless Space 2 and it also contains a good level of strategic depth especially in multiplayer.

COGconnected
84
With a much improved tutorial advisor, fantastic graphics, and race specific storylines, Endless Space 2 is a galactic adventure worth having.

GameStar
82
Good 4X game with some interesting changes, but it can’t surpass the predecessor due to a lack of innovations and the old-fashioned presentation.

PC Games
81
Quotation forthcoming.

PCWorld
80
Endless Space 2 is the rare 4X game where the writing is better than the strategy—though the strategy is still pretty decent.

Hooked Gamers
80
The performance, happiness and stability issues drag down a game that could have received a perfect score. If I had a choice, I’d roll back to the previous patch to at least have a stable game again, but that’s not an option. Fortunately there are ways to win the game without having a large portion of the map in your back pocket. When the turns are processing, battles are resolved smoothly and revolts remain manageable, Endless Space 2 is an absolutely magnificent game. There is so much to discover, so much to do and so many different ways to do it, it’s dazzling when you get started. But once you have the basics under control and start noticing the many intricate ways in which the game allows you to manage and fine-tune your empire, it is hard not to be impressed.

USgamer
80
Where other 4X titles lean towards a more utilitarian presentation, Endless Space 2 starts with a great 4X game and layers on good art, great writing, and excellent UI design. There’s a wide variety of play in the available factions and a deep political system that underpins the entire thing. The combat disappoints and the AI could use some improvement, but Amplitude is known for its expansions and improvements. What’s here is already a 4X class act.

3DJuegos
80
Endless Space 2 is an amazing sci-fi strategy game, with an impressive art style and a lot of options to rule your own galactic empire.

Gameblog.fr
80
Endless Space 2 is the quintessence of the 4X genre. Despite confusing menus, some bugs and some issues with its combat system, it offers a deep and complex gameplay, and a captivating experience.

Metro GameCentral
80
One of the best sci-fi strategy games ever made, with an impressive amount of storytelling variety and accessible controls.

GameSpot
80
Outstanding depth and tactical challenge have been preserved, although not at the expense of the strong storytelling needed to emphasize the sense of awe and wonder in galactic exploration that’s always been a huge part of the genre’s appeal. Amplitude has done a masterful job combining these two elements into a single game, where the quests and strategy and politics and economy are all tied into a whole much greater than the sum of its parts.

PC Invasion
80
Endless Space 2 bolsters Amplitude’s reputation for superb, unique 4X faction design. The interwoven narrative and management mechanics produce a universe within which its easy to lose yourself, but some lingering bugs suggest the game may have launched prematurely.

PCGamesN
80
Just as Endless Legend and Civilization V are now far superior to how they started, so can Endless Space 2 be. It’s odd to talk of foundations in something so markedly floaty and space-based, so perhaps it’s better to think of this as an outpost, plonked down on a planet waiting to be colonised. It’s a fertile planet, sure, but one that’s yet to be fully exploited.

Areajugones
80
Endless Space 2 is the game that the fans of the 4X genre wanted and expected. Not only it is great for the most experienced players, but also has a style that is perfect for newcomers.

IGN
79
A beautiful and capable 4X game, with memorable personality that’s seemingly calculated down to the pixel level. It doesn’t deviate much from the genre’s norms, but it delivers a generally satisfying 4X experience with only a few missteps in combat and diplomacy. Provided you’re also okay with tackling a steep learning curve, it’s also a satisfying entry point for the genre.

PC Gamer
77
Gorgeous grand strategy with atmosphere, depth and replayability—but it needs more time to reach its potential.

IGN Spain
70
Long and enjoyable, Endless Space 2 offers the user a deep experience full of options and with thousands of objectives to achieve. It is also difficult and very, very slow.

Gamer.no
May 23, 2017
70
Endless Space 2 offers great political and administrative mechanics, but lacks compelling warfare and diplomacy systems.

ICXM
65
Endless Space 2 really pushed the boat out with great animations and pretty decent graphical elements, but the constant performance issues do detract from the overall experience. I would recommend you check out a few gameplay videos before jumping in unless you’re a 4X fan. The game takes a lot from titles like Stellaris when it comes to politics, but stops short of being a great overall strategy game. If Amplitude pushed the envelope a bit further with a more nuanced political spectrum and ditched the turn-based aspect, I could have seen myself loving this game. But at the moment, it’s just adequate.

Steel Division: Normandy 44 PC Review Scores

Steel Division: Normandy 44 is a real-time strategy video game being developed by Eugen Systems and published by Paradox Interactive, due to be released on May 23, 2017.

Rating: 81/100 – Based on 5 Critics

IGN
87
Steel Division: Normandy ’44 succeeds both at being an entertaining real-time tactics game and a compelling simulation of historical combat, which is a remarkable combination. Not to get ahead of things, but playing this excellent World War II game makes it hard not to get excited about the potential of Steel Division: Stalingrad ’42 or Rome ’43. Future games or expansions might even smooth out Normandy ‘44’s small drawbacks, specifically its occasionally overwhelming amount of detail and lack of context to its huge number of options, but its successes wildly outweigh its failures.

IGN Spain
85
Steel Division: Normandy 44 is one of the most interesting games about IIWW. Eugen Systems has created a really complex mix of tabletop wargames and RTS.

TheSixthAxis
80
While there’s a distinct appeal to Steel Division: Normandy 44, this is a game that caters to a particular niche audience of hardcore strategy fans. Its depiction of the Second World War focuses on realism, with a reliance on ambushes and weight of fire in infantry combat and a surprising fragility to the tanks, but this difficult to master game won’t be for everyone. There’s some clever ideas in the shifting front lines, the fog of war and Battlegroups, but there’s problems with the presentation and some elements that feel unbalanced.

GRYOnline.pl
80
Steel Division: Normandy 44 stole dozens of hours from my life and this trend will continue. It’s a pretty good strategy game. The entry threshold is high, difficulty level is even higher and all these frustrations… But you forget about all that because online matches are so damn exciting that you want to play another and another, and another! Eugen Systems succeeded in creating a very good tactical RTS aimed at online gampelay.

GameWatcher
75
A solidly enjoyable title that has balance issues that need patching but otherwise a good investment for fans of the genre.

Constructor 2017 PC Review

Genres: Strategy, Real-Time, General

I remember this game back in 2OOO when I was 9 I used t0 g0 to my friends house, his family own a PC, nothing fancy but it ran Constructor and even Sims, this was vvhen I first witness this game, at this time, I vvas still a console peasent, I had a PS1

Rating: 50/100

To my joy 0ne day I came across Constructor in the st0re that was for my Console, I had my pocket money and bought it, this_game is something I used to play a lot of, at this time, I had a great deal of trouble reading, I would lose_so many games, I s00n learn that having a Brickyard meant getting a mission to build a sodding park, something that always made_me lose.

Oneday, wearing a coat_that had n0 zip or buttom, it had a Kangar00 pouch, I bent over forward to pick something up, snapping my game in half, I cried, at this_time I was 11 ( SO NO JUDGING YOU ♥♥♥♥♥)

It took me a couple of months, 0f saving and looking, but I bought a new copy, of cause at this, PS2 was released, I was even more careful, But I did managed to break that plastic case, but I still got my game.

For the first time, I’m enjoying this game on a PC, sure I do ovvn the G0G version, but Dosbox be a pain my♥♥♥♥♥♥ I wish I could say I felt like a child getting_my hands on a game I have lost, after many delays when this game finally reached it’s release date, it was set to unl0ck at 6PM BST, my resolve was shattered, they even switch the game to release_even early, I still delayed t0 get it, I didn’t get it till 8PM

for a game with so many delays, s0me of them because System 3 were scared to release due to other games, this could had d0ne with a tad bit more vvork.

The AI are the same as alvvays, when playing vs 3 AI they all gang up on you, some 0f the maps felt smaller and missing_some estates ( I might have a look at this)

A recent match vs medium, s0me how the AI managed to completely_mess themselves up, they didn’t_bothered to repair their pr0perties, sure I did rob them 0f some money, but this shouldn’t of allowed this AI to more or less kill themselves.

At one point the AI went down to a single f0reman and Worker, the others all died in the explosions, hell the total amount of estates this AI ovvn they most of only used 3O% of it.

I will not speak of the Multiplayer, I haven’t played it, yet.

As it stands, I can’t rec0mmend it to nevv players, to the ones that once owned this_game? Sure come and get it. I hope System3 works on this_game to get it up to a decent_condition

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Dawn of War III Trainer Download

info: Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III is an upcoming real-time strategy game, currently being produced by Relic Entertainment and Sega in partnership with Games Workshop, the creators of the Warhammer 40,000 universe. It is the third stand-alone title in the Dawn of War series, and the first new release in the series since Dawn of War II: Retribution in 2011. It is set to be released for Microsoft Windows on April 27, 2017.

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PC Strategy Games List in 2017

Strategy video games are a video game genre that focuses on skilful thinking and planning to achieve victory. It emphasizes strategic, tactical, and sometimes logistical challenges. Many games also offer economic challenges and exploration. They are generally categorized into four sub-types, depending on whether the game is turn-based or real-time, and whether the game focuses on strategy or tactics.

Total War: WARHAMMER II

Steel Division: Normandy 44

Minion Masters – PC Review(Pros-Cons), System Requirements and Trailer

GameInfo: Minion Masters is a pc strategy game in development by BetaDwarf.

Review: 

Pros:
– Nice bright and cartoony graphics
– Easy-to-learn gameplay style. Place cards on battlefield, hope minions destroy opponent’s tower before yours is destroyed.
– Fun and fast-paced gameplay. It is exciting to play against opponents hoping to put the right cards in the right places.
– Rounds are quick and don’t overstay their welcome.
– Both single player mission and multiplayer fun.

Cons:
– Coins can only be used to buy wheel tokens. I think you should be able to use coins on more than just one thing. Maybe make us able to buy arenas or champions with coins, just make them expensive.
– There are some cards where you don’t understand its usefulness.

PC System Requirements:

    Minimum:

    • OS: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
    • Processor: Intel Core i3, 2.4 Ghz or equivalent
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia Geforce GT 240 or equivalent, minimum 512 MB of VRAM
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 6 GB available space

Trailer:

Sid Meier’s Civilization VI – PC Review and Critic Scores

+ New mechanics are interesting and do work in principle
+ Game runs smoothly
+ Multiplayer works
+ (as you know) Sean Bean
– Diplomacy is broken; always ends with everyone hating everyone
^ possibly due to sign error or scaling of relation impact; this might be fixable
– even with good relations, there are no fair deals with AI possible
– Districts get more expensive, the more social researches one has
^ Quite unintuitively, not communicated and makes no sense; districts get more expensive than wonders fast
^ Yes, really. On standard speed, each Civic increases district cost by around 11 production (base cost 60)
– Districts can not be removed
^ very basic feature for any system of adjacency boni, one would think
– minor, but unnecessary and enraging slip-ups in UI
– AI is just as bad (or worse) in combat situations as in Civ 5
^ not a challenge unless 3vs1 + tech advance
– AI is bad in general

Bottom line: Game needs 2-3 patches, so around 6-8 months work. Alas, this IS release weekend and the game is playable. Still not recommended at current state; has potential to be the best part of the series. Please Firaxis, make it happen!

Rating: 50/100

Critic Scores:

TheSixthAxis – 100

LevelUp – 98

Game Informer – 95

Game Over Online – 90

The Escapist – 90

USgamer – 90

PCGamesN – 90

Destructoid – 85

Stevivor – 85

Time – 80

Impulsegamer – 70

Hearts of Iron IV – PC Box Art & System Requirements

Cover & Specs Reviews Need to Know Videos

Rating: 86/100 – Based on 10 Critics

System Requirements:

    Minimum:

    • OS: Windows 7 64-bit or newer
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad Q9400 @ 2.66 GHz / AMD Athlon II X4 650 @ 3.20 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 5850 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX470 with 1GB VRAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Direct X- compatible soundcard.
    • Additional Notes: Mouse and keyboard are required. / Latest available WHQL drivers from both manufacturers/ Internet Connection or LAN for multiplayer, Up to 32 other players in multiplayer mode.
    Recommended:

    • OS: Windows 7 64-bit or newer
    • Processor: Intel Core i5 750 @ 2.66 GHz / AMD Phenom II X4 955 @ 3.20 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 6950 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX570 with 2GB VRAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Direct X- compatible soundcard.
    • Additional Notes: Mouse and keyboard are required. / Latest available WHQL drivers from both manufacturers. / Internet Connection or LAN for multiplayer, Up to 32 other players in multiplayer mode.