Reviews by boesgaard
Fun little DK lookalikeboesgaard | Oct. 10, 2013 | Review of A Game of Dwarves
Its a neat little casual game. I find that i miss being able to structure the dungeons better and the building quickly becomes a digging for resources where ever they are. Storywise it dosnt really have that much to offer. Game mechanics are decent. You'll play this game for a while and then move on. If you're looking for a casual fun game to spend some hours playing you've come to the right place. Good fun for your buck.
A must have dlc.boesgaard | Oct. 10, 2013 | Review of XCOM: Enemy Unknown – Slingshot Content Pack
As the title states. Slingshot adds high risk, high reward senarios early on. First thing first. This is a DLC not an expansion. If you're expecting loads of new content, you'll be disapointed. When you view it as a DLC which will add a little more content and backstory to an otherwise great game, then this becomes a must have.
Not groundbreaking, but still nice.boesgaard | Oct. 10, 2013 | Review of Sid Meier’s Civilization® V: Gods and Kings
This adds a little more depth to an otherwise awesome game. Ever since Civ 1 the genre has just been better and better. The only downside to all the awesome dls to civ now is that theres so much. This dlc brings you religion. You have the choice of following an existing belief system or creating your own, tailormade. Espionage also becomes importent. Since its added in this. All in all. This is a high value buy which is very recommended to get.
Xcom enemy unknownboesgaard | Oct. 10, 2013 | Review of XCOM: Enemy Unknown
With little more than 100 hours of gameplay I can say that I love the game. Sure its very repetitive at certain points and you never have the amont of recources that you want or need, but sending your solders into battle knowing that every mistake you make might cost you dearly, is awesome. With the Slingshot dlc and the upcoming expansion Xcom enemy within there will be atleast another 100+ hours before you grow tired of it.