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For those of you who love handheld gaming such as myself, you may well have heard of Lock's Quest. It was a real time, strategy, tower defence game and the perfect blend of action, building and story, released back in 2008 for the Nintendo DS.  But how does it stack up now?

Firstly, this remaster is beautifully done with enhanced graphics, character portraits and soundtrack that make for a stunning feel. Each battle begins with a build phase in which you can spend the points you earn in the last battle called Source. Each wall, turret, trap and other defences cost this currency and it carries over, so the more you save, the more you have to spend but of course the less you have to defend yourself and your objective. After you have built your defences it is time to battle.

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When I saw Thea: The Awakening coming to Xbox, I knew it was a title iIwanted to experience. I had only tasted a tiny morsel of this tasty little gem, one evening at a good friend of mine. We sat in his attic room and I watch him play as he took the time to explain the game to me. Quite far removed from the more modern strategy games, Thea: The Awakening is a settlement management, turn based game with a card combat system. You must micro manage, gear, food and stats as well as juggling who moves where and how you react to different situations and enemy movements.

 

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The Dungeons series by RealmForge Studios has previously been a PC exclusive. The original came out way back in 2011 and the second was a follow up the story. Dungeons  2 paid homage to Bulfrogs Dungeon Keeper a great strategy game with the right amount of comedy. I am hopeful for Dungeons 3 to be an improvement on its predecessor as there were mixed responses. With the voice of The Stanley Parable narrating the goings on in your dungeon, Dungeons 3 will hopefully improve on its predecessor and give us a something to look forward to in autumn. 

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I'm still not sure what to make of Siegecraft Commander

At a glance its a solid new strategy game by Blowfish games and its a little flavour of different. I've played the campaign on both sides, all 10 levels of the knight guys, and a few of the lizard men. After the single player there is the option of online, to which I tried a couple of matches. 

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Four Door Lemon’s 101 Ways To Die is a challenging and satisfying puzzle game that will appeal to your inner sadist as much as your inner strategist. Featuring a wide range of mechanics, tools and open-ended levels, 101 Ways provides you the freedom to flex your creative muscles, but ultimately the game’s inconsistent physics and temperamental gameplay may deter those who are easily frustrated.

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