Category Archives: Eador

Eador’s depth is borderline silly

Aside from playing lots of Clash of Clans, the only other game I’m currently playing a good amount of is Eador: Masters of the Broken World. The more I play, the deeper that rabbit hole gets, and there is nothing … Continue reading

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Eador: True multiplayer has finally arrived!

Almost a year ago I wrote about Eador: Masters of the Broken World, praising the game overall but noting the lack of full multiplayer. Well a year later that critical option has finally been added, and I’m pretty excited to … Continue reading

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The difference between good and great games

If there is one thing real MMO fans struggle with it’s the acceptance of ‘grind’ to justify progression or rewards. This is often expressed as “remove all the crap and just let us do the fun stuff”, and in that … Continue reading

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Eador: Masters of the Broken World is near-perfect

Eador: Genesis took me by surprise, and I’ve now had a few weeks with its upgraded version, Eador: Masters of the Broken World. Darkfall being released has limited my time of course, but even so Eador is so good it … Continue reading

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Eador: Masters of a Broken World pre-order

If you like deep TBS, this will likely be the best $20 you spend this year. The title being available on GoG.com is a pretty sweet bonus as well.

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