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Submitted by ministeamreviews 596d ago | review

Citadels Review - Mini Steam Reviews

Clark hasn't played a traditional strategy game in a long time, so Citadel’s streamlined gameplay was just what he needed. The resource management and unit upgrades are light enough to be manageable but heavy enough to make you feel like you’re important. The combat isn’t exactly easy to control, but it’s still enjoyable to watch your army take out an enemy village. And then there’s the castle-building, which has the potential to be the most rewarding part of the game. Unfortunately, this is where Clark stopped having fun. (Citadels, PC, Steam) -

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