The latest entry in Koei’s long-running Nobunaga’s Ambition grand strategy series introduces a handful of new tactical options.
The ‘reverse city builder’ is more than just an intriguing concept: Terra Nil manages to blend a relaxing strategy puzzler with a potent message.
A roguelike twist doesn’t always hit the right mark, but The Dragoness is still a decent introduction to Might and Magic-style strategy.
A perfect balance of action, strategy, and the beloved Fire Emblem: Three Houses cast make Three Hopes is one of the best Warriors games yet.
Train Valley lays the tracks for an enjoyable, if repetitive, railway management puzzle game that’s well suited to short bursts of play.
Frigato: Shadows of the Caribbean brings Commandos-style tactical stealth to the Golden Age of Piracy, and a demo to Steam Next Fest.
The mix of empire-building strategy and tactical RPG in Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia makes for a compelling hook.
With a fine balance between a casual management sim, small-town slice of life, and adorable cats, Cat Cafe Manager is a great way to unwind.
In this week’s game news: a new State of Play, two new Indiepocalypse bundles, an occult 4X strategy game, and a Moomin adventure game.
Dynasty Warriors 9 Empires to continues to prove how well a mash-up of musou action and turn-based strategy can work.