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GamesRadar: Disciples III: Renaissance Delivers Dark, Brutal, and Sexy Turn-Based Strategy

Coming out nearly a decade after 2002’s Disciples II, which was old-school even then, Disciples III: Renaissance is obviously a niche offering. The grim, war-torn landscape of Nevandaar, filled with warring gods, demonic hordes, and rampant death, makes a great stomping ground for your battle ready armies – but grid-based fantasy strategy games simply aren’t in vogue these days. (Disciples III: Renaissance, PC)

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