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Aarklash: Legacy

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Bundlestars store update gives us four titles with up to 85% off

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The surprisingly epic Aarklash Legacy is now £2.24 on PC (Steam)

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The surprisingly epic Aarklash Legacy is now £2.24 on PC (Steam)

Want some dark fantasy RPG strategy? Aarklash Legacy can be yours for only £2.24 at Bundle Stars. Click here to buy! >>

Aarklash Legacy surprised me back in 2013. I expected it to be awful -- it's made by Cyanide after all -- yet this brutal and stylish genre hybrid ended up being pretty tasty indeed. Read our Aarklash Legacy review for the details! A bargain at £2.24.

Aarklash: Legacy Review | Surprisingly Epic Confrontation

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Jonathan Lester
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Aarklash: Legacy Review | Surprisingly Epic Confrontation

Platform: PC

Developer: Cyanide Studio

Publisher: Cyanide Studio

What's more surprising than rebooting a practically extinct tabletop wargame into a painfully average videogame? Commissioning a sequel, that's what.

Not willing to let the dormant Confrontation license go back to sleep after last year's forgettable effort, Cyanide Studios are returning to the Aarklash universe with another isometric strategy/RPG hybrid that clocks in somewhere between Icewind Dale and Dawn Of War II. Once again, you'll lead a small team of combatants through some expansive maps, battling against scores of dark fantasy enemies in real-time combat with an active pause mechanic. Having received little or no fanfare and releasing right on top of GTA V, I fully expected Aarklash: Legacy to be yet another pointless waste of time.

Cyanide saved one surprise for last, however, and it's a big one. Aarklash: Legacy is... good. Rather than rehashing Confrontation, the inconsistent French studio has fixed almost everything that didn't work last time around, and have released one of their best games to date. At a price that, this time, won't break the bank.

Aarklash: Legacy Review | Surprisingly Epic Confrontation

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Not One, But Two, Confrontation Follow-Ups Announced

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Not One, But Two, Confrontation Follow-Ups Announced

Cyanide Studio has announced that they'll be creating two more games set in the gritty Confrontation tabletop universe, to which they now own the license. Aarklash: Legacy will be a squad-based strategy game, while Dogs Of War Online plans to go down the free to play route.

Considering that their first attempt at a Confrontation videogame was deeply mediocre in every conceivable way, the developers behind the Game Of Thrones RPG and numerous cycling sims will need to up the ante.

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