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Submitted by Motoko_K 433d ago | preview

Hands-on with Horizon | Daily Joypad

A 4X turn-based strategy game! Set in space no less, a very popular locale these days and Canadian outfit L3O Interactive with publisher Iceberg Interactive set forth where no man has gone before with Horizon. Unlike many other 4X space strategy games that occur in real-time, a turn-based RTS makes a welcome change as time is more on your side. Strategically speaking, you can carefully make those all important decisions, such as who to kill or which alien species you want to have sex with. Just kidding, there’s no sex in Horizon… well there might be as part of a diplomatic package but moving swiftly on. The star systems are the pearls in your galactic oyster as you discover strange new worlds and… you can shut up now Kirk, let’s play this thing. (Horizon, PC)

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