kravox says: Epic D&D Goodness (tm) at it's finest. If you love the tabletop version, give this one a spin.
kravox says: This one has sucked a ton of hours of my life so far, and it keeps getting better. Build cities, hold off barbarians, make loads of cash. It's all here.
kravox says: Best economic simulator, hands down. Milton Friedman would be proud.
kravox says: Another excellent RPG. Non-linear storytelling, fantastic dialogue, and the option to kill things with a minigun while decked out in power armor.
kravox says: Another stellar economic sim (can't tell what I went to college for?). Maybe not the most realistic, and can be plodding , but fun. And, really, isn't that what matters?
kravox says: Tactics done right! Hire a squad of bad mofo mercs and liberate an island nation! Guns, knives, and machismo all over this one.
kravox says: If you haven't played MOO2, then you are missing out on on of the best 4x game ever made. Build your colonies, design your starships, meet interesting races and vaporize them with your stellar converter.
kravox says: GOG's RTS champ. Tons of units, light on pesky resource gathering, heavy on bots tearing each other new ones while artillery rains from the heavens.
kravox says: A fun econ simulator. Rule your island nation with an iron fist. Or give them a vote and let freedom ring (or rig the election and let them THINK that freedom rings).
kravox says: Until GOG gets the X-Wing series, this is THE space combat sim from the early days of DOS.
kravox says: It's good to be bad indeed!
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