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Dreadlands - Review

Discussion in 'Game/SP News & Comments' started by RPGWatch, Mar 5, 2021.

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    [​IMG]That Video Game Blog team reviewed the tactical RPG Dreadlands:


    TEAM REVIEW / Dreadlands (PC)

    I love a good tactics game. These titles when they're done well are like chess on steroids. The other nice thing about this particular sub-genre of strategy gaming is that the majority of these titles are turn-based which gives you time to think and plan. Now I know some of you will prefer the RTS genre and I totally understand why. I loved Starcraft 2 and Command & Conquer as much as the rest of you, but I like the thinking room that a turn-based title gives you better. The game we're looking at today is of the turn based variety and it's called Dreadlands. For me, this is a game of two halves and I'll explain why in a little bit.

    For this particular escapade, I've brought the other strategy specialist on the TVGB team along for the ride with me. My good friend Albert E. will be throwing his ten cents into the mix and we'll be seeing what we agree on and of course what we don't.

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