Scroll to Top

You Are Browsing ‘Strategy’ Category

After what has to be one of the worst winters on record, and after a last ditch attempt by Mother Nature to troll the U.S. with a freak snowstorm, Spring has officially arrived. And, while she may be tardy to the party, April showers and soothing sun are a most welcomed sight after what seemed to be an endless...

Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, Blizzard’s free-to-play collectible card came, left beta a few weeks ago, and its climbing popularity is evidenced...

I never got around to playing Bastion, but I did watch friends play it. The game seemed odd, the isometric camera angle weirded me out, and it lacked...

Few people wake up on a Saturday morning and exclaim, “I need ANOTHER strategy JRPG in my life.” I’m one of those people. I grew up on Final Fantasy...

It’s rare to see an indie game that takes chances by pushing a genre in a new direction, but Skulls of the Shogun attempts to do just that —...

  There aren’t many games like Trap Gunner, a quirky title that mixes puzzle, strategy, and action elements. Its release came late in the PlayStation‘s...

The restaurant business is one of the toughest industries in America; it’s said that 50% of restaurants fail in the first year. It’s customers...

Back in 2001, Nintendo gave gamers one of the cutest games which the company’s ever crafted: Pikmin. The hardcore crowd dismissed the childish-looking...

  Lets get this out of the way right now: I’m not a fan of strategy games. I’m also not a fan of RPGs outside of Chrono Trigger, Y’s, and Lunar:...

I haven’t played a decent strategy RPG in eons. Recently I’ve gone back to Final Fantasy Tactics and its Game Boy Advance spin-off to get...

<--google-->