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Submitted by truepcgaming 1056d ago | review

TPG Second Look: Oil Rush (TruePCGaming)

Kyle Johnson from TPG writes:

"I have commanded thousands of fleets across space and time, ranging from charging chariots in ancient Greece, antiquated infantry across the plains of South America, and capital ships cruising through the battlefields of the future. If there is anything that my experience has taught me, it’s that Oil Rush plays fast and loose with the definition of strategy, and doesn’t do a good job of executing what it attempts, either." (OilRush, PC) -

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