In our previous installment of Five Questions About Warhammer 40K You Were Afraid to Ask, we took a look at humanity and the Imperium of Man in the 41st Millennium. In today’s conclusion, we’ll take a look at the forces facing the Imperium - from within and without - as well as where the upcoming … Continue reading Five More Questions About Warhammer 40K You Were Afraid To Ask.
With the upcoming release of Warhammer 40,000: Gladius - Relics of War, there must be about six of you in our audience wondering: what exactly is Warhammer 40K? Piecing together the constant references to heresy, the God Emperor, bolters, Astartes, and Orks swirling around the interwebs can be daunting, so we put together two articles … Continue reading Five Questions About Warhammer 40K You Were Afraid To Ask.
Sometimes it pays to be the n00b. When Galactic Civilizations 3: Crusade was released back in May, it came to the attention of eXplorminate staff that I had yet to play any game in the GalCiv series. As such, I was uniquely suited to evaluate Crusade as a fresh 4X experience without the constant comparisons … Continue reading Galactic Civilizations III: Crusade Review
The Lich of Palemoor surveyed the plains before him. He and his host had been awakened from their catacombs below the Totem of the Wolf. Now the poor approaching Vessoi had no idea what awaited them. Two years before, Palemoor had annexed the landmark and its surrounding lands fair and square, turning its magic towards … Continue reading Sovereignty: Crown Of Kings Review
Everyone wants to be an action hero. But that is not who you play in The Final Station - a pixel-graphics, side-scrolling, narrative game from Do My Best Studios. Instead of the zombie-bagging, girl-saving action hero, you play as a paunchy train conductor short on bullets whose wife has probably left him. And the game … Continue reading Monday eXcursion: The Final Station