Posts Tagged Paradox
Ancient Space gameplay trailer shows 3D movement, combat
The Paradox-published Ancient Space is still looking quite Homeworld-ey in this latest trailer, which shows a bit of the 3D navigation and combat possible in the game.
Cities: Skylines aims to be a proper city builder, not just “kick SimCity in the balls”
“We’re not out to kick anyone in the balls” wrote Paradox’s Shams Jorjani on today’s Cities: Skylines ‘Ask Me Anything’ session, “SimCity was OK.”
He says that, but a fair amount of the questions asked and answered during this two hour back-and-forth seemed at least tangentially directed towards various parts of the SimCity anatomy.
Pillars of Eternity shows 26 minutes of Gamescom gameplay
Obsidian were at the Paradox Gamescom show to demonstrate a half hour or so of gameplay from the Backer’s Beta version of Pillars of Eternity.
Crusader Kings 2’s next DLC is all about Charlemagne
Paradox didn’t leave out Crusader Kings 2 at their fan event in Gamescom, announcing a new DLC for that game as well.
Europa Universalis IV: Art of War DLC revealed
As pre-trailed by Paradox, the company has revealed a new upcoming expansion for Europa Universalis IV.
Paradox announces Hollowpoint, shares new Runemaster video
Paradox had a little section of the Sony Gamescom conference to show off Hollowpoint, a Ruffian Games developed title that the company will be publishing.
Hearts of Iron IV Gamescom trailer and screens
Paradox will be bringing Hearts of Iron IV to Gamescom, so as a prelude to that here’s a new trailer with a couple of bits of gameplay in it.
Europa Universalis IV’s Res Publica DLC ushers in Republican Dictatorships
There’s now a brand new way to screw around with world history, as Europa Universalis IV gets its third DLC add-on.
Paradox’s Gamescom 2014 line-up includes “secret projects”
The Paradox line-up for Gamescom 2014 is looking quite substantial, even before you factor in so-called “secret projects.” Their own Hearts of Iron IV and RPG Runemaster will be among the games shown off.
Europa Universalis IV gets Wealth of Nations release patch
The Wealth of Nations expansion for Europa Universalis IV has been released today, along with a sizeable patch.
Europa Universalis IV’s Wealth of Nations DLC coming 29 May
Prepare to be showered with gold and possible trade tariffs as Europa Universalis IV gets a ‘Wealth of Nations’ DLC expansion on 29 May.
Paradox Development Studios share their grand strategy vision in new video
A new video from the Paradox Development Studio looks at their history and the many grand strategy titles they’ve produced over the years.
War of the Vikings Review
Fatshark’s War of the Vikings has been in Steam’s Early Access system since at least October of last year (when IncGamers first previewed the game and dubbed it War of the Horny Hairy Blood Men.) That’s a good six months of testing, iterating and responding to the thoughts and play-testing of the community, many of whom made the jump from previous Fatshark title War of the Roses.
Crusader Kings II: Rajas of India stream scheduled for 4 March by Paradox
Want to see what the upcoming Rajas of India DLC for Crusader Kings II is looking like?
IncGamers Podcast #150
In honour of our 150th episode, the podcast team has an in-depth discussion about crisp flavours (that’s “chip flavors” for anybody listening in America.) That happens right near the end though, so first you have to sit through a lot of fascinating PC game related chat.
New DLC announced for Crusader Kings II and Europa Universalis IV
As well as revealing two brand new, upcoming games, Paradox Development Studio has plans for a pair of DLCs for their rightfully popular Crusader Kings II and Europa Universalis IV titles.
War of the Vikings update adds classes, tries to grow beards
Paradox has announced that the latest update for War of the Vikings – the in-Early-Access PvP combat game – has added three more profile loadouts to the game.
National healing: Europa Universalis IV patch coming next week
Europa Universalis IV came out in a pretty solid state (especially compared to some recent strategy titles we could mention,) but that doesn’t mean there’s no room for tweaks, improvements and additional features.
Alpha and Odin-er: War of the Vikings kicks off a closed alpha session
FatShark’s follow-up to War of the Roses gets a closed alpha underway today, with sign-ups still being taken if your beard is mighty enough.
Bizarre unused art files found in Europa Universalis IV DLC
Despite the studio’s reputation for serious, in-depth strategy games, Paradox doesn’t shy away from sometimes being ahistorical in the name of fun.
Stockholm Syndrome: Europa Universalis IV launch trailer puts Swedes in command
Paradox would like you to know that Europa Universalis IV is a game that is released today.
Europa Universalis 4 pre-orders bring Crusader Kings 2 save converter
Well, I can’t say that was exactly expected. Pre-order Paradox’ Europa Universalis 4 and you’ll get a Crusader Kings 2 savegame importer – as well as a copy of Crusader Kings 2, so that you can use it.
Paradox opens a digital store, launches with 55% off sale
Strategy experts Paradox have launched their own web-based store, dubbed the Paradox Webshop, through which to sell a variety of their published titles.
Paradox releases Dungeonland gameplay highlights package
On 4 December, Paradox embarked on a near three-hour livestream of their upcoming Adventurers vs Dungeon Master title, Dungeonland.
Pull all the strings in Dungeonland’s ‘Dungeon Master’ mode
A new trailer for Dungeonland confirms what most people who’ve seen the game have probably been hoping for since day one; a mode where you play as the Dungeon Master himself, unleashing hordes of enemies on the unsuspecting heroes (your pals).
Love missile: Hearts of Iron devs explain East vs West
A Paradox-published grand strategy game about the Cold War (1946-1991) by the Hearts of Iron developers is never going to be the easiest title to understand; so that’s why the devs are here in the first of what is likely to be a series of videos explaining the game.