Crusader Kings – The Board Game review

It’s certainly not their highest profile title, but Paradox’ Crusader Kings has certainly been a solid force in the Swedish publisher’s lineup. Crusader Kings II is still getting new content despite an original release date of 2012, and now it’s the first one of their franchises to get a board game adaptation. Thanks to a collaboration with Free League (Fria Ligan in Swedish), the physical version of the game is available right now – we couldn’t wait to get started with it. Continue reading “Crusader Kings – The Board Game review”

Age of Wonders: Planetfall review (Xbox One)

Almost twenty years after their first game, Triumph has released Age of Wonders: Planetfall. After the self-published Age of Wonders III, Paradox is handling publishing duties for the multiplatform release of Planetfall. It’s out for Playstation 4, PC and Xbox One – our review is based on the latter one. Continue reading “Age of Wonders: Planetfall review (Xbox One)”

VASARA Collection review (Vita/PS4)

Developed and published by QUByte Interactive, the VASARA Collection brings two classic arcade shoot ‘em ups from Japan to the west for the first time. Vasara 1 and Vasara 2 are now out on a multitude of platforms including the Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch – but we’re reviewing it on the Playstation Vita and PS4. Continue reading “VASARA Collection review (Vita/PS4)”