Category Archives: STRATEGY GAME

>Monster Hunter Freedom Unite (US version)


Monster Hunter Freedom Unite is a 2008 video game in the Monster Hunter franchise for PlayStation Portable. It is an expansion pack of the original Monster Hunter Freedom 2 and was released on March 27, 2008 in Japan as Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G (モンスターハンターポータブル 2nd G Monsutā hantā pōtaburu 2nd G?). In the 2008 Tokyo Game Show, it was announced that the game would be released in North America as Monster Hunter Freedom Unite in Spring 2009. At the 2009 GDC, the release date was further specified as June 23, 2009. The US, and the Australian demo is available for free, on the PlayStation Network on the PSP as of May 21, 2009. Capcom has announced that the PSP bundle will be released in Europe, but were not specific about anywhere else. A press release at Capcom’s European Press Center website states that the bundle will contain “a specially designed Monster Hunter branded PSP skin and pouch along with a copy of the game.”  As for the release in Japan, there was a special edition PSP bundle which included the game, a strap, and a decorated Matte Bronze PSP. In addition to this bundle, people who pre-ordered the game also received a black, hairy strap. The hair on the strap was meant to be that of a monster exclusive to the game, the Nargacuga.


>Prison Tycoon 4 (becareful with your prisioner )


Prison Tycoon 4: Supermax is a business simulation computer game for the PC. It was released in 2008 as the fourth game in the Prison Tycoon series. This version of Prison Tycoon introduced several improvements, including a brand new graphics engine, advisers, more control over aspects of the game, such as the closing/opening of gates, underground tunnels, and more.



>City Life 2008 Edition (be the mayor)

>           Do you think you could do a better job than your mayor when it comes to handling your city’s infrastructure or economy? City Life Edition 2008, the follow-up to 2006’s city-construction simulator, is going to allow you to put your city’s money where its mouth is.

Like the popular SimCity series before it, City Life puts you into the shoes of a city ruler. You start the game off by selecting a plot of land. From here you can choose from a variety of terrain types — tropical, temperate, and more — to build upon. Each area has differing levels of difficulty. Some terrain types aren’t as tourist-friendly as others, while other areas do not provide the best weather for inhabitants. Once you are happy with your starting spot, you begin your quest into management hell by plopping down your town hall.



>Stronghold 2 (use your mind)


Stronghold 2 is a real time strategy computer game released in April 2005 in which the player develops a stronghold in the middle ages. It is the sequel to Stronghold, released in 2001, also by Firefly Studios.
The game engine was enhanced over the original Stronghold to provide full 3-dimensional graphics. Other changes include new military and peace campaigns and the addition of crime and punishment, allowing players to torture unruly peasants. A number of new characters were also introduced.


Stronghold 2 Easter Eggs

  • Change greeting voice

    Enter your lords name as “Megalord” (without quotes); and when you start the game, instead of the regular greeting, it will say “greetings Megalord”

  • Lord Seth Easter Egg

    Enter “Lord Seth” as your lord’s name, and you will hear Greetings Lord Seth at the into screen.

  • Lord Yoshi

    Enter your lords name as “Yoshi” (without quotes); and when you start the game, instead of the regular greeting, it will say “greetings Lord Yoshi”

  • Fourth of July Easter Egg

    On the Fourth of July, instead of the normal greeting, the guy says “Happy Fourth of July, my Lord”

  • Late Nights Easter Egg

    If you are playing stronghold in the wee hours of the morning the game will say “Its very late sire, shouldn’t you be sleeping?”

  • April’s Fool Greeting

    You’ll get a special April’s Fool day greeting at the menu screen on April 1.

  • Happy New Year

    If you play this game on New Year’s Day, the peasant will say, “Happy New Year, My Lord.”

Stronghold 2 Glitches

  • Ghost Horse

    When you have a stable and horses, click on your king and get him to the ground. (it will not work if he is in a tower or on a wall) then click on his “get on the horse” icon. once the horse gets near him, click that icon multiple times. the horse will get to him and he will get on the horse and it will walk away, but he will still be on it. (the horse will still take minimum damage in battle but it will be about 1/10 as much)

  • Unlimitted men in towers

    When the game is paused, direct small groups of men at a time to go into the tower. There will be no limit to the number of men you can get in the tower while paused.

  • Get honor more quickly from feasts

    When there is a feast in your castle click the keep. You will see a button that says “return to keep;” clicking this button will immediately end the feast and give you your FULL honor for that feast.



>Zeus: Master of Olympus (expansion pack)


Zeus: Master of Olympus (also Master of Olympus – Zeus) is the fifth full title of the City Building Series developed by Impressions Games and published by Sierra Entertainment.
Like previous titles, Zeus focuses on the building and development of a city in ancient times, this time the Ancient Greece. It features some changes to the Caesar III engine, most notably the new housing blocks, now dividing “common” and “elite” housing from the start, and more detailed walkers.


>Empire Total War (Update 5)


Empire: Total War is a turn-based strategy and real-time tactics computer game developed by The Creative Assembly and published by Sega. The fifth instalment in the Total War series, the game was released in North America on 3 March 2009, and in the rest of the world the following day. The game, which focuses on the early modern period of the 18th century, was announced at the Leipzig Games Convention in August 2007.

Following a similar style of interface and play to earlier Total War titles, players choose a contemporary 18th century faction and set out to ensure that faction’s domination over the known world through military force, politics, diplomacy, espionage and economics. Although the campaign element of the game is turn-based, players can direct battles in real-time. Empire: Total War is the first game in the series to allow naval battles to be conducted in real-time. In addition to the standard campaign mode, the game includes a special campaign that follows the development of the United States from the settlement of Jamestown to the American War of Independence. Players may also engage in recreations of several historical battles from the early modern era.

Reviewers gave Empire: Total War a positive response upon release; several critics commended it as one of the foremost strategy titles of recent times. Praise was bestowed upon the extensive strategy breadth, accurate historical challenges and visual effects. The real-time land battles, with a far greater focus on gunpowder weaponry than earlier Total War titles, were thought to be successfully implemented. Criticisms focused on shortcomings with the game’s artificial intelligence and on the real-time naval battles, the latter of which were perceived to be difficult to control and co-ordinate. The game was a commercial success, topping sales charts within the week of release; nevertheless, several Creative Assembly employees later commented on issues caused by a perceived early release.


>No Surrender: Battle of the Bulge ( one mistake and the game will be over)


Command both Axis and Allied forces where strategy, historical accuracy, and fiercely intense military assaults transport you directly to World War II frontline action. Face epic battles involving the “Brandenburg Regiment” (Germans camouflaged as Americans), the seven ominous roads to Bastogne, and P47 Thunderbolt versus ME 262 air strikes. Plan your attack based on historically accurate battlefields drawn from authentic strategic maps, geographic information, and images from the battles themselves. Deploy over 85 different units with diverse characteristics and capabilities – includes riflemen, artillery, tanks, and air support. Tackle true-life missions. Immerse yourself in three historically authentic, single-player campaigns and 20 exciting missions or explore 10 multiplayer maps, via LAN or Internet. Think strategically. Use the pause feature to maximize strategic maneuvers and issue multiple orders per units. Grapple with a variety of battlefield conditions. Contend with severe snowy conditions that impact troop and vehicle movement. Defend and attack in urban settings and in the countryside. 




>Evil Islands: Curse of the Lost Soul (FREE )


Evil Islands: Curse of the Lost Soul, or simply Evil Islands (Russian: Проклятые земли), is a PC game by Nival Interactive that combines role-playing, stealth, and real-time strategy. It is the third game of the Allods franchise, after Rage of Mages and Rage of Mages 2: Necromancer. Evil Islands introduces a new interface and full 3D graphics.[citation needed]
The game was published in October 2000 in Russia and CIS (Russian version) and a few months later in English.
The fourth game of the series, Lost in the Astral by Matilda, was unpopular even in Russia.


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>Battle Realms (NO INSTALL)


Battle Realms, released by Ubisoft in 2001, is an Japanese themed real-time strategy computer game and is the first game created by Liquid Entertainment. Ubisoft released the stand alone expansion pack Battle Realms: Winter of the Wolf in 2002.
Unlike in most strategy games, all units in Battle Realms have a melee attack. However, missile units typically have drastically weaker melee attacks. Units are very detailed and have distinct fighting animations. Units can dodge projectiles if they run fast enough, and projectiles have different speeds and fire at certain angles.
A unit’s attack has a property – either cutting, piercing, blunt, explosive, magic, or fire, as well as a bonus damage against buildings. The property of a unit’s missile attack may also differ from its melee attack. Most units have resistances to particular properties, and weaknesses to others. For example, the Dragon Samurai has excellent resistance against cutting attacks, but a poor resistance to explosive and magic damage.


>kohan 2 king of war


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Kohan II: Kings of War is the sequel in story to Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns and its expansion pack, Kohan: Ahriman’s Gift. It includes a thematic score from Jeremy Soule, composer on games such as Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and the Guild Wars franchise.