Most Addictive Strategy Games Of 2016
In world of gaming, how addictive a game is actually the marker of its success. As newer games are continuously being launched, there are some games which not only made their presence felt in the gaming arena but also ensured that they keep their users addicted to them for a very long time. So in the ocean of strategy games, which games did their job well? Read on to get to know the most comprehensive list of 2016’s most addictive strategy games –
Battlefield Gothic: Armada
We are sure there can be no argument about this one strategy game, so let us begin our list with this one. Battlefield Gothic: Armada is the best game for those who like spaceship battles. The objective of the game is to fight off and send back the alien ships before they completely dominate the earth. Sounds simple, play it and then don’t blame us if you get hooked!
Master of Orion
Master of Orion gives you the chance to lead your way to dominance of various stars and galaxies. In order to keep going in the game and lead you army of aliens, you will have to make decisions about various things like ammunition, trade etc. you will also be responsible in choosing the colonies you want to capture and the technology that you want to invest in. make one wrong move, and either your army is dead or you lose your star.
Cossacks 3 is believed to be the slightly polished cousin of Cossacks 1 and almost 80 percent of the game is still considered to be the same for major operating systems. The new game is enormous on screen where you can manage your troops soldier by soldier or you can move huge troops ion one go. The choice is completely yours. And you have total control.
Total War: Warhammer
The next game on the list is Total War: Warhammer. The game now has zombie dragons! Yes, we are not kidding! Now the game has five tabletop armies; the Undead which have zombie dragons, Dwarves which pound everything with hammers, Empire which consists of griffins riding people, boars riding Orcs and Chaos which ruin everything with magic. It is as engaging as it sounds.
After the brainstorming that is required with XCOM: Enemy Unknown, comes XCOM2 which compels you to brainstorm even more. The game begins 20 years after the first part. In this game, you have to establish an entirely new squad, use completely new technology and do many more complicated acts. If it still sounds easy to you, play it to find yourself immersed in the game for hours. And yes, the XCOM and global council have been discontinued. So saving earth may not be as simple as it may seem in the description.
These are some of the games that had their users asking for more and more. Some of these are sequels and we can guarantee that they are even better than their first parts. So go ahead, and explore these games and the big loyal gamer in you will surely thank us.