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Weekly eXchange #210 – Khaaaaaaaan!!!

Join Nate and Troy as they bring you all the important information on all of your favorite 4X and strategy games! This week they talk about Endless Space 2, Children of the Galaxy, Stellaris, Age of Wonders: Planetfall, WH40K Gladius: Relics of War, Thea2: the Shattering, Empires in Ruins, Oriental Empires, Galactic Civilizations 3, Dominions 5 and much much more. As well as continued coverage for your other favorite 4X and strategy games!

Music for eXplorminate by Mangadrive

Show Notes: 

  1. Endless Space 2 update – 02:11
  2. Children of the Galaxy update – 03:38
  3. Stellaris update – 07:57
  4. Age of Wonders:Planetfall update – 12:16
  5. Wh40k Gladius update – 19:50
  6. Thea 2 update – 23:33
  7. Empires in Ruins update – 28:14
  8. Oriental Empires update – 29:59
  9. Battletech update – 33:17
  10. Phoenix Point update – 34:56
  11. Galactic Civilizations 3 update – 37:12
  12. Star Control: Origins update and lawsuit update – 38:31
  13. What is Star Dynasties – 49:39

Games played – 52:20

  1. Space Tyrant Steam page
  2. Warhammer 40000: Gladius – Relics of War Steam page
  3. Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden
  4. Red Dead Redemption 2 webpage
  5. Dominions 5: Warriors of the Faith e4X Review

 

10 replies »

  1. I had a look at Star Dynasties, but its website does a great job at not telling me anything about the actual game and how it plays. It could be interesting, but at this point there’s really no way to know.

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  2. Star Dynasties looks interesting. don’t see problems with the “feudal” part, thats just the form of goverment, has not necessary to do with tech.

    thanks for the show!

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  3. Interesting show as always, thanks guys!

    Stellaris is mod-friendly and popular enough that someone, sometime, will create a “Your Dad” faction which introduces itself by saying, “What do you call it when someone throws a vial of blood at you?”

    “A plasma weapon!”

    “HAR HAR HAR HAR!”

    I’m looking forward to it, with some trepidation.

    Like many others, I am following the Star Control lawsuit with a mixture of fascination and sadness. Knock on wood, I have never yet been accused of being a lawyer, so I’m following this guy:

    He *is* a lawyer, or at least plays one on the internet, and so far has been enjoyably dumbing the whole thing down for us plebs.

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