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Iron Harvest 1920+ Review (PC) – RTS done right

Published by Deep Silver and developed by KING Art, an award-winning independent developer for Bremen, Germany, Iron Harvest 1920+ has blown...

Iron Harvest 1920+ Hot Iron Edition includes a literal ‘hot iron’

Gaya Entertainment, Deep Silver and KING Art team have announced the various versions of Iron Harvest 1920+ available from Game Legends....

Pre-orders for Iron Harvest are now open

Deep Silver and developer KING Art Games have announced pre-orders for Iron Harvest are now open. The alternate-history RTS is coming...

Battle Worlds Kronos Switch Review – Storm the Beach

Battle Worlds Kronos harkens back to the glory days of the strategy genre. First released in 2013, the game is considered a...

The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 Review Switch – No Pen is Mightier than no Sword

The second instalment in The Unwritten Tales series released in 2015 after a successful Kickstarter campaign. PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox one...

The Raven Remastered Review Switch– All aboard!

The Raven Remastered has the makings of a great story. The main character is a lovable, older Swiss constable who always wanted be a...

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