Posts Tagged Paradox Interactive
War of the Vikings adds character customisation
Paradox Interactive and Fatshark have announced that now you, too, can customise your very own Viking or Saxon warrior in War of the Vikings.
Paradox officially announces Crusader Kings II: Rajas of India
As with Europa Universalis IV: Wealth of Nations, we knew about Crusader Kings II: Rajas of India prior to its official announcement thanks to people going on about it at Paradox Con.
Paradox details Europa Universalis IV: Wealth of Nations
Last week, we heard from Paradox Con that Europa Universalis IV would be getting a second expansion, titled Wealth of Nations.
Magicka: Wizard Wars to have a winner-stays-on Duel Mode
Hot news from the Paradox Interactive Convention, about one of the few Paradox games I’ll actually play!
Bundle Stars offer entire kingdoms in a bundle
By royal decree, Bundle Stars have released a new bundle: the Kingdoms Bundle.
Europa Universalis IV’s Conquest of Paradise begins in January
Paradox Interactive have announced that Europa Universalis IV: Conquest of Paradise will hit the interwebs on 14 January 2014.
War of the Vikings – December Update Preview
Say what you like about Gordon Van Dyke, but it’s pretty clear that the former producer for Battlefield and current exec producer on the War of the Insert Demographic Here series knows his stuff.
Crusader Kings II: Sons of Abraham released, is cheap
Crusader Kings II: Sons of Abraham is out today, and to celebrate, Paradox have released a new trailer.
Europa Universalis IV aiming for a Conquest of Paradise
Paradox have announced Europa Universalis IV‘s first expansion, titled Conquest of Paradise.
Magicka’s very final DLC, Dungeons & Gargoyles, launches
I never thought I’d see the day, but apparently Paradox and Arrowhead are done with the original Magicka.
Cain believe it: Crusader Kings 2 gets religious with Sons of Abraham
Paradox have announced another expansion for Crusader Kings 2: the religion-themed Sons of Abraham.
IncGamers Plays Magicka: Wizard Wars
I spent a bit of time playing Magicka: Wizard Wars last week.
Magicka: Wizard Wars explodes onto Steam Early Access
If you played Magicka but thought “you know, this could really do with having a more fleshed-out and better balanced multiplayer mode” then you’ll be happy to hear that Magicka: Wizard Wars – a more fleshed-out and better balanced PvP multiplayer game – is now on Steam Early Access.
Magicka: Wizard Wars Preview
I died, obviously. Magicka was a game all about killing yourself and your friends, usually by accident or unthinking stupidity, and putting a slightly reworked version of the detailed casting system into a competitive multiplayer game is a surefire recipe for rapid, hilarious, unexpected death.
Teleglitch’s Guns and Tunes DLC and patch encourage you to die even more
If you’re a big fan of dying, then survival horror roguelike Teleglitch: Die More Edition probably piqued your interest.
Back from banishment: Warlock 2: The Exiled coming in Spring
Paradox really, really like their comedy trailers, it seems. I’m not surprised, given how great Jazz Boatman’s stuff was, but I wasn’t really expecting that in the announcement trailer for the sequel to vaguely po-faced hex-based fantasy strategy game Warlock: Master of the Arcane.
Universal fixes: Europa Universalis IV patched, gets two new DLC packs
I still haven’t played Europa Universalis IV on account of the fact that Europa Universalis II gave me an irrational fear of maps.