Pillars of Eternity: The White March – Part 1 Obsidian Entertainment Last month, when I reviewed Pillars of Eternity, I was in the process of building up my main character, a two-handed sword wielding Fighter named Sturmgor the Slayer. As… Read More »Pillars of Eternity: The White March – Part 1 – A Decent, Fun Expansion but Nothing Jaw-Dropping
Civilization: Beyond Earth – Rising Tide Firaxis This is some of what transpired leading up to my review of Civilization: Beyond Earth – Rising Tide: Me: “So you played the beta, have you played the full release?” My gaming friend:… Read More »Civilization: Beyond Earth – Rising Tide – Cast Off for a New Brand of Strategy
Kevin “qxc” Riley from Complexity Gaming discusses the evolution of maps with gold bases and how they can affect gameplay in StarCraft 2.
Post written by Kevin “qxc” Riley of compLexity Gaming. Starcraft is all about increasing your army as quickly as possible. The faster your supply on the field grows, the better your position will generally be. Nothing hinders growth more than getting supply… Read More »qxc Speaks: Avoiding Supply Blocks
Post written by Kevin “qxc” Riley of compLexity Gaming. Featured image sourced from Liquipedia. On many of the older maps, the order of expansions was relatively easy/obvious. From the most recent and current ladder pool Daedalus Point, Alterzim Stronghold, Star Station stand… Read More »qxc Speaks: Order of Expansions