If Ark and Rust are the flaccid alpha males of survival gaming, Conan is the cocksure challenger angling for an advantage.
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A compelling fusion of tabletop manoeuvring and characterful campaign progression
The old school RTS continues to gather strength, with help from some friends in high level places.
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An impressive handling of the Warhammer licence, Deathwing is sadly a less than impressive tactical shooter.
An odd combination of Dead Space and Dear Esther, with a nice line in evoking the classics of sci-fi cinema.
A thrilling reminder of the golden era of the space genre, House of The Dying Sun is sadly a little too slim to be a breakout hit.
For space fans left cold by the popularity of the fantasy MOBA, this game will tempt you aboard.