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Cities: Skylines is an impossibly engaging city-building game, and it's getting its very first expansion pack. The expansion will add a day-and-night cycle to the normally perpetually daylight cities you curate and maintain, and that sounds extremely awesome.
South Park: The Stick of Truth andFallout: New Vegas developer Obsidian Entertainment's new RPG Pillars of Eternity won't be out this fall. Obsidian and publisher Paradox Interactive revealed today that the game's official launch has been pushed to early 2015.
Civilization strategy game fans looking to do a little money changing and financial finagling have a lot to look forward to as Europa Universalis IV gears up to receive its second major update in the Wealth of Nations expansion.
Today Paradox Interactive announced Hearts of Iron 4, the latest entry in their World War 2 grand strategy series. HOI4 will be released next year on PC and Linux.
Taleworlds released some brand new screenshots of Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord. If you didn't know that an official sequel was in the works to one of the most underrated games out there, well now you do and there are screenshots to prove it.
The nascence of the SteamOS brings with it good tidings and cheer for all... well, mostly good tidings and cheer for PC gamers. The SteamOS is an open-source platform designed to force Linux into the mainstream and Paradox Interactive has announced that they are in full support of this idea, with some of their newer titles being designed to run natively in SteamOS.
If there’s one thing we know about the Vikings, it’s that they knew their way around the battlefield and sported some of the most epic beards in the history of man. Now Paradox Interactive is looking to bring both of those aspects to the PC with War of the Vikings, a brand new epic battle game scheduled to release in Q1 of 2014.
Paradox Interactive really went for the hoops with Leviathan Warships. The low-budget naval strategy game managed to become somewhat of an uncouth success thanks to the risky but rewarding marketing involving the jazzy voice of the Jazzy Boatman.
The original trailer for Leviathan Warships from Paradox Interactive gave us a mighty fine look at the nautical warfare game with plenty of sexy sails, rudders and explosive encounters on display. The second trailer that celebrates the launch of the game brings even more panache to the table with everyone's favorite musically inclined naval commentator, Jazzy Boatman.
You want a sexy game trailer? Look no further than Paradox Interactive's upcoming Leviathan Warships, which is a tactical nautical war simulator. The trailer is crazy cool not because it features $100 million dollar blockbuster explosions, but it features a jazzy soundtrack with a snazzy voiceover, for the ultimate display of sexiness.
Paradox Interactive is apparently tired of only working in the video games business and has thus decided to branch out into the new and exciting realm of book publishing with an e-book initiative called, appropriately enough, “Paradox Books.”
For those of you who can’t get enough of flinging spells and watching your enemies (and sometimes your friends) vanish in a ball of fire, you’ll be happy to know that Magicka: Wizard Wars is about to turn the multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) genre on its ear.
A new trailer was released for The Showdown Effect, a multiplayer deathmatch game that parodies the many action-trope cliches from big Hollywood blockbusters. The newest trailer from Paradox Interactive's side-scrolling 3D shooter is a superbly choreographed collage of artistic destruction, appropriately named “Le Ballet of Death”.
Calling all pagans, heathens and rebels. Crusader Kings II is gearing up to launch “The Old Gods” DLC, bringing a variety of faiths and their civilizations to Paradox Interactive and Paradox Development Studio’s strategy roleplaying game.
Paradox Interactive's The Showdown Effect is an over-the-top multiplayer battle-arena game similar to that classic Xbox title, Kung Fu Chaos from Just Add Monsters. The fast-paced melee and projectile combat fused with classic movie tropes could help The Showdown Effect find a nice niche audience on the digital marketplace when it launches soon for the PC and Mac.