Despite the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise being run into the ground, 17th-century pirates are still really cool. Not those Somalian, modern-day pirates -- those guys suck. But if plundering the seas is the thing for you, then Port Royale: Pirates and Merchants is looking rather lovely, especially in this hand-painted cutscene artwork.
With two separate single-player campaigns, Port Royale 3 is going to scratch that naval warfare/trading itch really well. This is a series that seems to have risen in popularity with each installment and with Atlus publishing this latest release, I imagine more people will be interested in picking it up. Port Royale 3: Pirates and Merchants is out now for PC (digitally and at retail), Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3.
|8:30 PM on 05.16.2013|
Company of Heroes 2 announces Red Star edition for retail
Good news for fans of the Company of Heroes 2 series as now you have a great reason to pick up the physical copy in June. Along with a snazzy steelbook, you also get a Czar's wealth of extra content. Right off the bat, player...more
|2:00 PM on 05.16.2013|
Review: Eador: Masters of the Broken World
I don't know why I thought that putting a world back together -- conquering various floating landmasses and combining them through sheer force of will -- would be easy. Eador: Masters of the Broken World's similarities to Her...more
|5:00 PM on 05.15.2013|
Review: Anomaly 2
Don’t let the screenshots fool you: This isn’t the game you think it is. The first Anomaly was an unexpected sleeper hit that found a successful formula on flipping tower defense on its head by putting the playe...more