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Review: Age Of Fear 2 brings back classic turn-based strategy gaming

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  • Age of Fear 2 The Chaos Lord
    3.5/5
    $20.00
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    Age of Fear 2 is a charmingly retro turn-based strategy game. It may not be to everyone's taste, though; try the demo first before buying.

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At a Glance

Age of Fear 2 is a charmingly retro turn-based strategy game. It may not be to everyone's taste, though; try the demo first before buying.

Price when rated: $20 (free demo)
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Pros

  • Complex strategy
  • Many units
  • Some unique mechanics

Cons

  • Occasional crashes
  • Sometimes quirky interface

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