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Submitted by syrinx 788d ago | review

Impire Review - incgamers.com

IncGamers Tim McDonald battles with Cyanide's new strategy title Impire.

"Impire is not Dungeon Keeper. This is an important distinction to make, because Impire looks like Dungeon Keeper, smells like Dungeon Keeper, and occasionally quacks like Dungeon Keeper. But Impire is not Bullfrog’s superb 1997 strategy-management game (or a duck), nor is it really anything like it, and yet – because of the superficial similarities – I suspect I’m going to have to spend a fair bit of time explaining the differences." (Impire, PC) 4/10

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