From Panzer General to Civilization, turn-based strategy has long been a staple genre in video games. These are 2016's 10 best turn-based strategy games.
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Platform: PC Linux, OS X
Release Date: 11 March 2016
Master of Orion
Release Date: 25 August 2016
Release Date: 12 May 2016
Platform: PC PS4 Xbox One
Release Date: 23 August 2016
The Banner Saga 2
Platform: Release Date: PC OS X (19 April 2016)
Platform: Release Date: PS4 (5 July 2016)
Platform: Release Date: Xbox One (1 July 2016)
Platform: PC PS4 Xbox One
Release Date: 27 April 2016
Halcyon 6: Starbase Commander
Release Date: 9 September 2016
Sorcerer King: Rivals
Release Date: 22 September 2016
Platform: Release Date: PC OS X Linux (5 February 2016)
Platform: Release Date: PS4 Xbox One (27 September 2016)
Platform: PC OS X Linux
Release Date: 21 October 2016
I need help. I am looking for a game the game is almost same as worms. But you could buy new wepons to shoot enemies. You also could fight bosses and play with random team mates. I know i am horrible at describing but can anywone help me? Cant find the game longer in the google play
bah, they fked xcom 2 with 8-11 turns... i mean wtf, turn based arent suposed to be fast, if i wana play turn based games i want it to consume time, not just to have shiet load of kills n completed missions, what has happened to gaming?
well i gotta say veryy good list usually people only post games with non-cartoon graphics because they judge that not better but 3d graphics use more videoboard therefore they are better lol srsly everytie i see a 3d game it hurts my eyes i get headaches and i cant focus on the game for video gaming is a moment of relaxation and i can only relax with art-style graphics game whatever they are pixel cartoon doesnt matter i jsut cant stand 3d grahics at all but i know how important they are more demaning video games== better compter and technology advances!! well im definetly gonna check out halycon 6 it looks really good!!
EVERYTHING you said about Banner Sage 2 was exabtly what a sequel should be, well done on stating the obvious. and hearthstone admits to ripping off magic the gathering and MTGonline, so compare it to that, and not the ripoff
Not entirely sure whether or not its coming out this year but Behemoth's Pit People closed beta opened up a couple days ago and it's extremely fun to play. It only gives you a fraction of the story but allows you to still do quests, explore, and other things as well. Just from playing the beta I'd recommend it to people who are fans of turn based games, and fans of their past games such as Battleblock Theater, Castle Crashers, and Alien hominid because it still keeps that same cartoonish art style and humor that I've grown to adore in Behemoth's games.
I'd absolutely loose my shit if they made a new, or a remake, of Populous or Populous: The Beginning. I spent hundreds of hours on the Beginning before I turned 12, and I'm 23 now. the original Populous was more of a turn based-strategy-god game hybrid, but both were amaizing.
Not really turn based, but Crush Your Enemies is a really fun game for me, it's about Vikings taking over fancy people's towns, soldiers and BEER! It's really funny, and it has this mechanic of classes for troops, but with a twist. In this game you'll have to have a group go to a building that trains them into Warriors, Wizards, whatever. To make a group bigger you'll have to make your group go to a Recruiting building, but if your group has a class, they will lose it. I definitely recommend it and it's really cheap.
I've never like this kind of game, but lately they look so good and fun that I would really like to try one. If anyone is a fan of this genre, what would you recommend me to play if I wanted to try it out and see if I like it? I would really appreciate some suggestions.
I would recommend you to try XCOM it's fairly easy to pick up learn and play but I would try one of the older one's before you try to jump to the new game but if you have a Nintendo 3ds get either Fire Emblem Fates or Awakening there incredibly deep and easy to learn how to play and a must play if you have a DS and like strategy games btw if your struggling to choose which fire emblem game get fire emblem fates birthright or awakening you will want to kill yourself if you try conquest first
I'm like you I love the final fantasy tab system. But where they have ditched it it for a hack and slash experience for XV, well it has really put me off, I liked it because it forced you into a strategic battle where you need to really plan ahead when deciding what ability to use. But from both demos there is none of that now. For that gameplay I would turn to the next God of war coming, not final fantasy..... What's your thought on that?
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