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You see it right above the horizon. To you and me today it would be something unsettling, disturbing even, but our future selves find nothing unusual about seeing the Earth setting in Moon Rising, given our former planet's satellite is where humanity now fights for resources.
Underlords, rejoice! Your full powers are about to return and your cunning, amoral and opportunistic resurgence will be felt far and wide in the upcoming War for the Overworld, Subterranean Games' potent mix of real-time strategy, role-play and godly dungeoneering.
It's something major. Upon extensive scouting, combat reports indicate beyond any doubt that this day is the day for Lost Battles, the newest expansion for Gary Grigsby's War in the East, the prestigious World War II wargame.
Certain ceremonies are worth perpetuating. Like customs, some names have grown to become synonym of the venerable and enduring; traditions proudly upheld and celebrated. Such is the case of game company Tecmo Koei and its brainchild, Nobunaga's Ambition.
You must get it and keep it. That very precious, coveted possession is the cause of wars without quarter, merciless pursuit, and unquenchable desire, for its power is at the center of all in Dan Simon's Extraterrestrial Grail.
Time to go weapons hot. Tensions have reached unprecedented heights and all you've really got is an hour to tip the scales of power in your favour in Alina Digital's just released real-time strategy wargame The Cold War Era.
Myth no more. Fears will have to be conquered, frontiers expanded and so shall conflicts erupt anew in the farthest recesses of unexplored space because, as it turns out, the rumours were true and the first downloadable content for Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion is really on its way.
Don't let it bring you down. Sure, you're out here alone, having to fend for yourself against massive amounts of things that want to kill you dead, but at least there's Johnny to you keep alive and sane through Last Jungle In Sector 17.
It's right on the dot. Now that we have the latest version of OpenXcom out there we'll show them aliens just whose turf this is, who is in command and who gets to bloody mutilate cows around here.
Holding back some tricks is not underhanded. But we find things are heating up because at Wizards of the Coast they are not playing it so close to the chest right now and have come forth to announce what more will be game in Magic: The Gathering Duels of the Planeswalkers 2014.
Fancy a hellish proposition? Well, Hell Invaders is the very fitting working name of the recently disclosed card game with twisted real-time strategy battling in the making at Shanghai-based Spicy Horse Games.
All you have are a few aces. But that, coupled with good strategic planning and skillful tactical execution, is all you need to foil the enemy in BlackMoon Design and 2002 Studios' The Few.
It's just the right degree of polish. AGEOD brings word of the precious Rise of Prussia Gold, their turn-based historical grand strategy game, proudly heralding it shall soon be on reserve at the Matrix Games and Slitherine online stores.
Infiltration has begun. We have evidence of it on our very backyard, so circle 'round men and take explicit note of the entry of Artifact: Red-X, Tier2games' debut hybrid which seeks to breach our perimeter to lay claim to our precious resources.
Remember Nival? Sure you do, it's that same powerhouse that used to bring us titles like Etherlords and Silent Storm, and while those golden years are past it is still active in the strategy gaming segment, this time stepping up to deliever the upcoming Prime World: Defenders, developed by Nival Red.