Reviews by Nathan Cunningham

Blackguards 2

Fun to play

I'm running a late 2013 iMac 27" with an i5 4 core. Controls for your battle scenes aren't hard as its a floor hex style combat. Graphics ran great with no issues or lag in the game. The enemy AI isn't that tough to figure out as you balance out your troop abilities with some with magical power to heal your units. I wish the merchant shops would rotate their weapons, supplies, etc so its not all the same all the time. Other than that I don't have complaints.

by Nathan Cunningham, USA - Feb 21st 2018
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Strategy in Mind - Addictive

Its been awhile since I have played simulation type games. What makes this game addictive are the different stages of houses; their upgrades, their building values, etc. You start off with mostly $100k and 1000 supplies in each goal stage (career mode with 36 levels). Theres about 3-4 levels within a goal stage. These levels include, building 3 or 4 star homes (mansion, castles, etc) on premier lots. The game introduces new house or building type in each stage so you get a feel for the game. I recommend building one colonial and one tudor home in the beginning to get quick cash when you sell them.
Look out for house taxes and building repairs. Thats why you build a sawmill, a bank, and hire more workers to keep your cashflow going.
I could imagine different building expansions to the game or a sequel.
I didn't think this was like sim city 2000 and I am glad it didn't turn out that way!
Nathan C, Portland, Oregon.

by Nathan Cunningham, USA - Apr 26th 2008
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