Shadowrun Returns

    • Shadowrun Return Devs Return With Necropolis

      By Alec Meer on November 6th, 2014 at 6:00 pm. ‘Necropolis’ is a word which is surprisingly meaningful to me. This is because I was raised in the city of dead, sent out into the wretched world of the living to spread decay and despair. And also because Necropolis was the first-ever Judge Dredd story I read (in fact I came in halfway through) and my tiny mind was blown by the ...

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  • Shadowrun: Dragonfall Director’s Cut Now Available

    … the expansion bigger, better and more open for players, I can’t really say much other than that this is definitely the sort of cyberpunk RPG that fans will want to check out before CD Projekt RED drops their own Cyberpunk 2077. The turn-based tactical combat is pretty slick and the fact that the team added additional cover mechanics and strategic…

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  • Shadowrun: Dragonfall Now Has Standalone Director’s Cut

    … are best off getting involved – a new, superior campaign with no ties to the last one, and quite a few of the major problems dealt with. Now’s the time to play Shadowrun Returns, basically, but please, start with this. Which makes it kind of nice that developers Harebrained Schemes are making the game standalone, and thus making it easier…

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  • Guard Your e-Wallets, The Steam Summer Sale 2014 Is Not Taking Prisoners

    … always end up buying more (the carnage is just crazy). If you have the time, our friends at Wales Interactive have two of their titles on Steam heavily discounted during the Summer Sales and they are worth checking out. Master Reboot (Game, DLC & Bundle for both Mac & Windows) is available at 70% off. From the game’s description: “Imagine…

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  • Genre/Divergence – Turn-based tactics

    … be synonymous with designer Yasumi Matsuno, who developed two of the most influential entries: Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together in 1995 and Final Fantasy Tactics released in 1997 on PSX. Tactics Ogre uses a fixed rotatable isometric presentation, that has aged better than the now garish 3D of games like Shining Force 3 and Vandal Hearts, and Matsuno…

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