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X3: TC is all about an open world experience and you genuinely feel as if you are a simple individual in a giant complex world. The economic simulation is also very good and engaging if you are into...
23-04-2016, 06:23 PM
Lethis - Path of Progress is a modern take on the old Caeser/Pharaoh/Zeus games:
I've only put in 2 hours into it, but it seemed quite faithful to the old impressions...
The outpost of New Eden with 350+ colonists and 200+ bots.
A trade ship just landed...
13-08-2015, 10:47 PM
Warcraft 2 or Simcity 2000.
Might have played some console game before that, don't remember.
11-04-2015, 04:38 AM
Anyone got any recommendation for 4X games where non-military win strategies are fun.
I mostly play Civ 5. I am also waiting for an expansion for Beyond Earth (something is missing, but then...
Thanks! I originally had two cargo rail stations in the same area as the spaghetti on-ramps; no amount of on-ramp trickery could help me deal with the traffic. Had to demolish one of the cargo rail...
Traffic on the highway that connects the satellite industrial areas with nearby high density...
Presenting the City of Ogdensburg:
The Ogdensburg peninsula is mostly built up, so there will...
Cities:Skylines is Paradox's best selling launch game to date. Paradox said they've sold over 250K copies in 24 hours so far (including pre-orders).
Maxis has been dead since the early 2000s.
You could always play Simcity 4 with the NAM mod. Or get Simcity 2000 from GOG. You would be surprised how well the mechanics work in Simcity 2000... I still play it every once in a while when I get...
I would wait until the next expansion is out, before making any final judgements. Civ V was also kinda meh on release. The current version with all expansions is awesome.
Why does this remind me of the Civ V release? :p
Anyone got any good starting strategies for the harmony affinity (building, research chains, general tactics)?
25-09-2014, 03:04 AM
I was just wondering, why do you think DOTA is "floaty"?
I don't play DOTA (or any MOBAs for that matter), it's just that the term "floaty" is usually used in context of FPS games when the...
10-09-2014, 12:56 AM
Didn't see this posted on the frontpage. I though this would interesting to RPS' readers.
http://online.wsj.com/articles/microsoft-near-deal-to-buy-minecraft-1410300213 (paywall) ...
05-08-2014, 02:04 AM
Does Endless Legend have a non-military path to victory (i.e. cultural, scientific etc.)? Or is it only about military conquest?
26-03-2014, 04:49 AM
You don't even understand what you're talking about - and you're calling out people for being critical of company that undermines the democratic process?
This is not about "us VS...
25-03-2014, 05:44 PM
Personally, I couldn't care less about Disney or any of their products (or Marvel or Star Wars for that matter). I like watching TB's shows and I think he is smart enough to realize that people who...
01-01-2014, 10:44 AM
I would have to agree with FriendlyFire on this one. If you want to develop some successful video game, you need someone to be responsible for marketing / community relations. Don't want to do it...
I've played a few hours of Pandora (still haven't finished the playthrough). It seems pretty decent, although it's definitely less polished than Civ V. There are also less game mechanics than in Civ...
Some more suggestions:
Traffic Giant - Early 2000s version of Cities in Motion, I would say it's easier than CiM, maybe even more fun (than CiM 2?). It still holds its own even to this date. ...
30-05-2013, 06:01 AM
Neverhood was a fun, unique adventure game. I am going to pledge this kickstarter.
Why do you think he is a tool?
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Suburban lines typically make minimal profit, but I like to use them as feeder routes for metros.
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