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Polynesian City Builder

One thing I dislike about city builders is that you eventually reach a point where the lack of a struggle reduces my engagement.  In games like Tropico 5 and Banished, and even grand strategy games like Rome: Total War, once … Continue reading

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What I’d Like to See in Dragon Commander 2

Honestly, this is probably more for myself than anyone else, but I wanted to write out what I’d really love to see in a hypothetical Divinity: Dragon Commander 2.  I really loved the first game, and it was an especially … Continue reading

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Criminal Mastermind Game Idea

I’ve been thinking about how much I would love a crime-themed Evil Genius / XCOM game.  If you’ve never played them, you should give them a try if you like management and strategy games. In Evil Genius, you play as a … Continue reading

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XCOM: Alien Campaign

XCOM: Enemy Unknown is one of my favorite games.  You play as the commander of XCOM, surprisingly enough, an organization dedicated to fighting the aliens who are attempting to conquer earth.  It’s an extremely fun and engaging turn-based strategy game. … Continue reading

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A Guided Decline

I’ve mentioned before that I have a fondness for base management games.  Generally, the idea is to start from nothing and build up your island, city, space station, &c. until you’ve freed your people from colonialism or constructed the best … Continue reading

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Monkey King

I love management games.  Going back to SimCity 2000, they’ve been one of my favorite genres.  I take great delight in managing the lives of people, providing for their needs, patiently guiding them to utopia.  But sometimes I get bored … Continue reading

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Philosopher King

I believe that video games have a great power to educate.  The act of interacting with a video game has a greater potential for teaching than more passive means, such as watching a video or reading a textbook.  While flying … Continue reading

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