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2016

Stellaris update 1.2 titled “Asimov”

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Paradox Interactive, a publisher and developer that’s always working on its personal space, today released the new “Asimov” update forStellaris, the sci-fi grand strategy game from Paradox Development Studio.  Available now for players on Windows, Mac, and Linux PCs, the update comes with changes to the game’s border systems, new systems for diplomatic relations, new graphical enhancements to battle, and a whole lot more.

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Jun
09
2016

Paradox Kicks Out Free ‘Match Day’ DLC for Cities: Skylines

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Paradox Interactive, a publisher of games you can totally kick it with, today released new football-themed downloadable content (DLC) for Cities: Skylines, the award-winning city-building game from Colossal Order. Available for free to all players of Cities: Skylines, the new DLC, titled “Match Day,” allows mayor-players to add stadiums to their towns – and comes with all of the benefits and challenges of hosting major sporting events in their citizens’ backyard.

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May
09
2016

Stellaris Review

Paradox is known for their historical grand strategy games like Europa Universalis and Crusader Kings, and the question has long been asked of them when they are going to make a space game. Now that they have, they had to abandon historical accuracy and go for future science fiction, which creates nearly endless possibilities. Paradox is out to “make space games great again” with Stellaris, and I can confidently say that they have done so in spectacular fashion, making this the biggest Paradox title to date, but also the developer’s most accessible game as well.

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Hollowpoint E3 2015 Preview

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Hollowpoint from Ruffian Games is a game I want to play more of. It is also a game that wants you to play it more. It’s a gorgeous 2D shooter played on the x-axis, with z-axis interactivity. This is a game that can be played solo, or cooperatively, and it is very fun to play.

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2015