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Strength in unity lies. This is something history has shown time and again, namely in the form of some very mighty civilizations, often spearheaded by, uh, colourful individuals like Genghis Khan. Well, in a futuristic way, you'll soon be in a position to dare attempt a similar feat of unification, in Arcen Games' upcoming The Last Federation.
Many came before, many yet to come. A safe enough prediction to make regarding not only real-world civilizations themselves but also the numerous expansions and DLC packs that graced turn-based strategy game Civilization V, all of which and more we shall be able to hoard in a new edition.
We all saw it coming. One day there would be no avoiding it and the world would struggle not to subside and ultimately collapse when faced with the spread of a terrifying disease. The thing is you're to start it all yourself in Plague Inc: Evolved.
We're on the brink of a great offensive. After something like a decade, Battlefront.com is at last having us return with impetus to the Eastern Front in the just announced new instalment in the Combat Mission series of tactical combat simulations with Red Thunder.
There is cause to fight. It is well known you will let not any ambitious greenhorn or veteran usurper get past your finest and endanger your most storied of shrines, not before you trample theirs first anyway, in Kihon Games' upcoming Conquest of Champions.
There is no stopping it. The advantage has to be pressed in order to achieve such historical inroads as those that are to be the object of Ageod's impending Civil War II: The Bloody Road South, an expansion that has just been revealed.
You've always had a taste for the exotic. The pull of distant, vast lands with sights unseen, interesting people who embrace multitude in their beliefs and a wide diveristy of things that captivate the senses. So it is only becoming that you welcome Paradox Interactive's announcement of Crusader Kings II: Rajas of India.
Good value. Something that can be banked on in just about any Paradox Interactive title, and now we are even offered a chance to further cash in ourselves in the newly announced expansion for Europa Universalis IV: Wealth of Nations.
Momentous times demand great leaders. And so it is that we find ourselves called upon by Paradox Interactive to rise to the test anew, by commanding the fates of many, playing our part in the making of the history of the world in the just announced Hearts of Iron IV.
You'll soon get packing. According to 1C Company's brief, the journey is one of exploration and you should keep your wits about you and take what will best have you endure the harsh conditions at the destination, in King's Bounty: Warriors of the North - Ice and Fire.
Success has many shades. There's the outright gamble in plain sight, that undeniably pays off and is great marketing too. Then, of course, there's the slight of hand, the underhanded move, the grand play that could deliver the ultimate blow for you, even if you don't then straight up brag about doing the deed. In Dusk of D.A.W.N. both are possible corporate moves.
An announcement has been made. NorbSoftDev's Norb Timpko and Jim Weaver have stepped forward to make public their dedication to their latest project, Scourge of War: Waterloo, in anticipation of the 200 years past the famed battle.
There are heroes still. This much can be said without much reserve in the case of the adamantly persevering people responsible for finally bringing us the latest 1.3.1 version of Heroes of Might and Magic III: Horn of the Abyss.
Striking back is a necessity. So often do conflicts begin unprovoked that it is nearly impossible to always be in a position to preemptively deal with a threat before damage is inflicted. In XTeam Software Solution's wargame, Retaliation: Path of War, dealing with the taking of initiative is a central theme.
Let The Brave arise. If the twilight is to come to an end and the broken kingdoms are to regain their former light, heroes like you must unite and come forward to lift the curse and awaken those who would guide us towards restoration in League of Angels.