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4:30 PM on 04.30.2013

New Jagged Alliance Kickstarter offers classics as bonus

To drum up interest in Jagged Alliance: Flashback, Full Control has introduced a new incentive for its Kickstarter campaign. Everyone who contributes will -- if the project is successful -- get a collection of prior games in ...

Jordan Devore


8:30 PM on 04.23.2013

Full Control's Jagged Alliance: Flashback detailed

Space Hulk developer Full Control had already shared its plan to work on Jagged Alliance with promises of a turn-based game that would stay true to the beloved tactical series. Now, we've got the proper announcemen...

Jordan Devore

5:00 PM on 04.11.2013

Jagged Alliance is next for Full Control after Space Hulk

Try, try again. After the disappointing Jagged Alliance: Back in Action, Copenhagen, Denmark-based developer Full Control has signed on with bitComposer Games to produce the next series installment on multiple platforms. Thes...

Jordan Devore



Preview: Jagged Alliance Online photo
Preview: Jagged Alliance Online
by Maurice Tan

Jagged Alliance: Back in Action, the remake of Jagged Alliance 2, has a bit of controversy surrounding its new take on turn-based combat, but purists will be happy to hear that Jagged Alliance Online gives you a more traditional turn-based affair.

The only thing you'll have to come to terms with is that it's a free-to-play browser game. The upside of this is that you'll be able to play it anywhere you have a laptop or computer. While you can do that with the original game if you install it everywhere, there's a few things that make the F2P game worth a look for fans of the series.

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