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April 3rd, 2013, 13:52
unfortunately, this type of games only show if they're good or not by playing them. It's very easy to call yourself a 'Master of Magic' successor and have lots of bullet points that make you salivate, but the execution is all that matters, more so than in other game types since the AI is probably the most important aspect, and usually the last to be developed.

By the way, I recently started playing Eador: Genesis (came free as part of a preorder of Eador 2), and it's really good, and challenging (playing on difficulty 2 out of like 6 and AI still kicks my ass regularly)
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