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Rome wasn't built in a day, but now it can be in this new city-building and political strategy game from Deep Silver. Check out our E3 first impressions in this article.

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The sequel to Rise of Nations is not what gamers may have expected. Read on to find out how Big Huge Games is creating a totally unique new strategy title.

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"Ripped from today's headlines, Act of War: Direct Action is a frightening tale of suspense, international intrigue and geopolitical military conflict. This real-time strategy experience puts you squarely in control of counterterrorist forces and delivers a first look at tomorrow's war."

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Not surprisingly, one of the best strategy games of 2004 is getting an expansion pack. Sean Butler had hands on time with the latest Total War game and explains what he saw.

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Arguably the most popular strategy game series will once again return later this year. The Wargamer's Sean Butler offers this sneak peek based on our E3 showing.

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E3 2005: Diplomacy

25 May 2005 0

The classic board game is being brought back to life on the computer thanks to Paradox. Chris Abele introduces the new game as well as the first official screenshots.

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In this final diary, Battlegoat Studios reminsces on five years of development work, highlighting the modern strategy game's most ambitious accomplishments and challenges.

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Silent Hunter III

01 May 2005 0

"The game is an extremely comprehensive simulation of naval warfare, allowing players to experience the full gamut of realism options, or to limit them as experience and comfort may dictate..."

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Take an inside look at the development process of this game with its lead developer, Hubert Cater. This fourth installment talks about the new units planned for this sequel.

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Lloyd Sabin has discovered a unique new modification for Creative Assembly's terrific Medieval: Total War, which makes the game a more challenging and deep gaming experience.

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