Preview - posted by Naked_Lunch on Wed 5 July 2006, 23:38:43
I've spent many a day playing Illwinter's excellent Dominions 3 and here's my in-depth impressions of the title. They're so big one article can't hope to contain them all!
Review - posted by Naked_Lunch on Sun 2 July 2006, 04:17:56
I, Naked Underscore Lunch, have done you the great honor of reviewing Introversion's action-retro-RTS Darwinia. READ OR SUFFER LARGE!
Information - posted by Naked_Lunch on Fri 16 June 2006, 16:14:16
Dan Verssen and the Battlefront guys have been a bunch of good sports and sent us the latest article for our continuing series on the how, why, and what of indie (strategy) game development.
Interview - posted by Jason on Thu 15 June 2006, 20:11:15
TCancer and RPG Codex recently had a chance to interview Anatoly Subbotin (1C) and Dmitriy Gusarov (Katauri Interactive) about Battle Lord, an upcoming turn-based, tactical RPG.
Preview - posted by Naked_Lunch on Sat 3 June 2006, 18:47:13
Dominions 3: The Awakening is the sequel (Rather obvious, no?) to the critically-acclaimed fantasy strategy game Dominions 2: The Ascension Wars. Due for release sometime in the coming months, I've gotten a look beforehand and I can honestly say that even in this beta stage, it's still damn playable and with a month or two of good, honest polishing, it'll be pure gold.
Interview - posted by Jason on Wed 31 May 2006, 22:17:13
Tacticular Cancer and StrategyCore have joined forces to interview Akella about Disciples III, the highly anticipated turn-based strategy project from Strategy First, Akella, and .dat.
Information - posted by Jason on Fri 26 May 2006, 03:15:02
MadMinute Games' Norb Timpko has contributed the first installment in our series on independent game developers. He describes the balancing act required to get a game like Take Command: 2nd Manassas out the door while still having families and day jobs.
Interview - posted by Jason on Thu 11 May 2006, 07:52:52
Kristoffer Osterman and Johan Karlsson of Illwinter Game Design took a little time out of their busy development schedule to answer our questions about their upcoming turn-based strategy title, Dominions 3.
Interview - posted by Jason on Tue 2 May 2006, 18:56:07
Review - posted by Naked_Lunch on Sat 29 April 2006, 22:03:28
Naked_Lunch has shared his finely tuned strategy gaming opinion on Sillysoft's newest strategy-lite game, American History Lux.
Interview - posted by Jason on Fri 21 April 2006, 00:51:17
This week saw the release of MadMinute Games' Take Command: 2nd Manassas. Despite this, Adam Bryant, co-founder of MMG with Norb Timpko, found the time to answer some questions for Tacticular Cancer.
Interview - posted by Jason on Tue 4 April 2006, 23:08:53
Tacticular Cancer had a chance to ask Kerberos Productions about their upcoming 4X space strategy game, Sword of the Stars. Martin Cirulis, CEO/Lead Designer, was nice enough to answer our questions.
Review - posted by Naked_Lunch on Sat 25 March 2006, 03:17:10
Faithful forum fan man Kris has been nice enough to write us a review of the the new Star Wars RTS.
Review - posted by Naked_Lunch on Sat 25 February 2006, 00:42:51
From Russia with love, it's the OFFICIAL TacticularCancer review of Nival and Co.'s Tactical Turn-Based RPG Strategy thingamajig.
Interview - posted by Naked_Lunch on Tue 14 February 2006, 20:06:02
I had a little chat with Joakim Långberg of Colossai Studios, developers of the promising turn-based strategy/tactics game Frontline Nation.
Interview - posted by Naked_Lunch on Sun 12 February 2006, 15:36:19
We asked Aaron Hall some questions. Long story short, he answered and now we have some new content. Hooray.
Review - posted by Naked_Lunch on Sat 24 December 2005, 20:40:33
Marvel in awe at the spectacle that is Naked_Lunch's review of the turn-based strategy
turd game Shattered Union:
Upon starting the game you have the options to: play the (dreadful) campaign, skirmishes against the AI, or play online against a real-life human. For purposes of the review I decided to play through the campaign first and then move on to skirmishes once I get bored with playing the campaign (which was quite soon).
I never made it to the skirmishes.
Edited by Pat and DarkUnderlord, blame them for all the mistakes.