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Thread Contributor: EndWorldGaming[Game Review] Starpoint Gemini Warlords: Cycle of Warfare
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Hello everybody, I'm back to share my newest review! In this review I'm covering a pretty large DLC for Starpoint Gemini Warlords called Cycle of Warfare by Little Green Men Games and Iceberg Interactive. Below is an excerpt from the review.

"Cycle of Warfare is currently the largest DLC release to date. It adds a great number of new features like a conquest mode and 2 challenge game modes too. The DLC also adds 5 new playable factions to the mix including the Iolian Pact, Korkya, Outerlands, A’shriari, and the Privateers. Many of them can be played as during the conquest game mode but the A’Shriari can only be played in a challenge game mode.

Conquest mode adds a large amount of replayability to the game. When creating a new conquest game you’ll be able to choose one of four factions. Each faction has it’s own starting level, ship class, credits, ore, gas, and materials. The strongest starting faction is the Outerlands, they have the toughest starting ship (Battleship) and the most amount of money and resources. You also have the ability to increase or decrease your starting advantage which has an effect on the difficulty of the game."

If you'd like to read the full review and see my final score, you can find the review here: http://www.endworldgaming.com/dlc/starpo...dlc-review

Thanks for taking the time to read the review folks and I'll be back to share my next review soon.

Happy gaming folks!
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