While on my recent food shop, I came across a copy of White Dwarf Issue 462. I don’t usually get the magazine, however this issue came with a free steam code for a bunch of Warhammer games. Now while I do own many of the headline titles such as Dawn of War, Space Marine and Vermintide 2, I was missing a lot of the smaller, more obscure titles so figured I would buy a copy. I got home, used my code and left my pc to download.
Fast forward to a little earlier this afternoon and I received an e-mail from Steam saying Adeptus Titanicus Dominus was now available to purchase and play for £23.70. Checking my copy of White Dwarf, I noticed that Dominus was part of the 12 game bundle and so I logged into Steam to boot it up.
Before we proceed please note this game is in Early access and it shows. More on this later.
I wasn’t planning on doing a post today but a few hours ago, the Warhammer Community page announced that Total War: Warhammer 3 is coming, and that it is coming this year! What’s more, the announcement came with a CGI teaser trailer and ohhhhhh man… does it look good. (Eat your heart out Blizzard.)
I’ve reached a point with Baldur’s Gate 3 where I can no longer progress. Not because I have seen everything or become bored, but because I’ve encountered a game breaking bug which means I cannot rest my party at camp. Knowing this was an early access game, I cannot be too upset, after all I knew what I was getting into. This knowledge doesn’t curb my disappointed at not being able to play on however, because what I have seen so far is so good.
I recently picked up the early access copy of Baldur’s Gate 3 and though this blog is a place where I want to discuss table top gaming and the hobby, I really feel this PC game has a place here. My reasoning for this is because unlike Larian Studio’s previous Divinity: Original Sin series, this feels less like an isometric video game and more like a table top game.