Total War: Warhammer review – an intimidating blend of empire-building, strategy and high fantasy | Technology | The Guardian

Warhammer is a range of tabletop strategy games; Total War is a series of historical battle simulations. Combining the two should have produced a black hole of nerdiness so unapproachable it would crush all mortals. Strangely, however, this is probably the most accessible each game has been for years.

Source: Total War: Warhammer review – an intimidating blend of empire-building, strategy and high fantasy | Technology | The Guardian

Sad to say, but the reported ‘lost at sea’ status of Battlestations: Midway sometime after its announcement in 2004 wasn’t greeted with the usual sorrow and rending of hair, but more with the irritated ‘tch’ noises people make when the cat’s pissed on your second-favourite rug. Considering the lukewarm emotion attached to it, the game’s return, steaming at full speed back from the horizon, isn’t likely to be greeted by cheering crowds on the dockside. Rather, there’s more likely to be a mild interest as to where the f*** it’s been. Not all escapees of development hell get the welcome of Prey.

Ooh! My reviews seem to have started going online for PCZone. About time!