Developer: Roboto Games
Publisher: Roboto Games
Played on: PC
Release Date: March 14, 2017
Time Played (Steam): 3.4 hours
Played with: Mouse
Paid: $0 (Key provided for review)
City-building strategy games have a storied history of complexity, offering a plethora of options for players to take over the world or run their burgeoning empire into the ground.
It’s odd then, that Age of Rivals takes away so much control, favouring a scaled back and largely randomised approach to empire-building. Of course, there’s a good reason for this: being a two-player card game with limited scope, simplified gameplay is necessary to keep matches down to a manageable time of around ten minutes.
Read the full review here [GameSpew]