Game Review

Review of The Witcher

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Assassin's Creed Full Review

Assassin's Creed is the first installment of a new trilogy released by Ubisoft's Montreal division. As an member of the assassin's guild you play as Altair, a once high ranking assassin whose own arrogance has resulted in his demotion. With the hype that was built around the game, fans of action, spy, and sandbox games will all be pleasantly surprised by what this game holds.

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Close Combat: Cross of Iron


Close Combat: Cross of Iron is a re-release of the classic Close Combat III: The Russian Front. With few changes made those who enjoyed the play of the still popular original will find themselves right at home in this new release which includes integration with the massive Close Combat online community.

The Settlers II

UbiSoft has updated what is argued to be the best of the Settlers franchise to modern PCs with little more than cosmetic changes. Not available in the US but forthcoming here on the DS Bluealien takes a look at how well this classic has withstood ten years of gaming development.

Sid Meier's Railroads!

The Golden Age of railroading is back with the next railroad tycoon game: Sid Meier's Railroads!


The Guild 2

The Guild 2 is the sequel to 4head Studios? Europa 1400: The Guild. It is a very, very ambitious game with the aim of providing the player with a unique and in depth simulation of life in the late medieval and very early renaissance period. Accomplishing many of those goals The Guild 2 is a beautiful, deep, engaging and accessible life sim that is plagued with glitches and bugs.

Caesar IV

If you?ve played Caesar, Caesar II or Caesar III you?ve played most of Caesar IV. That?s not such a bad thing ? the game still holds water and was in need of an overhaul since the last iteration was published over eight years ago.

Galactic Civilizations II

I?ve got a lot of ground to cover. Galactic Civilizations II, strangely enough, is the follow up to Stardock?s 2003 Galactic Civilizations, a welcome relief to the abortion that was Master of Orion 3. While the first Galactic Civilizations met with critical success, Galactic Civilizations II improves on the original in many ways.

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