It was 100 years ago that prohibition began across the United States, and it wouldn’t be abolished for another 13 years later. Romero Games, comprised of industry veterans, two of which form the studio’s namesake aim to put you in control of a criminal empire built on the movement of “giggle water”, in addition to other illegal activities. Empire of Sin multitasks with three separate games in one: an empire management game, a role-playing game, and a turn-based combat game. It all coalesces beautifully, and while Empire of Sin has its share of bugs, it’s a wonderful game that has endless replayability.
Crusader Kings III is a massive game of networking, of cause-and-effect, and maintaining a dynasty through tumultuous change. To many, the mere mention of Paradox Development Studio is intimidating enough. Suggesting you play one of their titles is downright daunting. Rest assured, Crusader Kings III wants to be played by you. There’s no right or wrong way to play it, you just do. And in time, you’ll learn its systems, and fall in love with its political drama as it unfolds in unexpected ways that soap operas could only dream of. Come for the Holy Wars and grand occupations, stay for the murder of your spouse before the stress of her extramarital affair kills you.