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Paradox is publishing a Star Trek grand strategy game and I am vibrating with anticipation

Big Geoff's Summer Game Fest offered few surprises this year, but I definitely wasn't expecting to see a Star Trek grand strategy game published...

Victoria 3’s first gameplay DLC lets you invite Marx and Lenin to your place for tea and revolution

Victoria 3 has announced its first piece of gameplay-focused DLC, and it sounds radical. The Voice of the People immersion pack releases on May...

6 things I’d love to see in Cities: Skylines 2

It's official: Cities: Skylines 2 is coming in 2023. Paradox Interactive and Colossal Order announced today that they're bringing us a sequel to 2015's...

Age of Wonders 4 is coming, and you won’t have to wait long to play

After pivoting to sci-fi in the excellent Age of Wonders: Planetfall, Triumph Studios is returning to its fantasy roots with its strategy sequel Age...

Creating utopias and dystopias by gaslight in Victoria 3

The year is 1881 and I've turned the islands of Hawaii into an anarchist paradise that long ago disposed of the king. Our industries...

Stellaris has $200 worth of DLC—what’s worth buying?

Stellaris was a beefy space 4X back in 2016, but since then it's only kept growing, like a giant cosmic monster that wants to...

Spreading the love in Crusader Kings 3, part 1

DiaryThis diary first appeared in PC Gamer magazine issue 360. We do one every month, taking on new challenges and approaching our favourite games...

The Stellaris ‘Lem’ update brings a new strategy of free updates to past DLC

The latest  update for Stellaris, the 3.1 'Lem' release, brings an overhaul of some existing free features, as well as a new strategy for...

Crusader Kings 3: Royal Court finally gives you a place to sit

After Crusader Kings 3's fun but focused Northern Lords DLC, we're now getting the first big expansion, which comes with things most nobles should...

Europa Universalis 4 game director apologises for years of ‘low quality releases’

Paradox Tinto studio manager Johan Andersson has apologised for a long string of "low-quality" releases for Europa Universalis 4.Posting on the Paradox forums, Andersson...

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