I thought a good way to start this review would be to compare my Cities: Skylines creations to children. I care about them deeply, protect them from fire and crime, make sure they are educated, that their home is free from sewerage

Cities: Skylines will head to Xbox One later this month, publisher Paradox Interactive and developer Colossal Order have confirmed. Already available on Windows PC, Mac and Linux, fans can expect the title from 21 April on Microsoft’s newest console. It will bundle

Twitch today has detailed a new program called ‘Get It On Twitch’, allowing gamers the chance to buy video games directly from within a livestream. The initiative, rolling out worldwide very soon soon, will provide spectators the opportunity to buy

City building simulator, Cities: Skylines is getting its very first expansion which will introduce day and night cycles to players’ metropolises. Cities: Skylines “After Dark” was announced at Paradox Interactive’s Gamescom press conference with Mariina Hallikainen, CEO of developer Colossal Order saying

Update 1.1 to Cities: Skylines is live and with it comes a range of new content to the city building game, for free. According to a post on the Paradox Interactive forums, the update will provide players with; Over 50 European style buildings

Paradox Interactive and Obsidian Entertainment yesterday announced that Pillars of Eternity will be available in March. “Everybody at Obsidian has been dedicated to ensuring that Pillars of Eternity is the game we said it would be ever since we launched

Paradox Interactive and Obsidian Entertainment today announced that their collaboration, Pillars of Eternity, is now available for pre-order. Those who pre-order early will get “special in-game bonus items” while those who backed the game via Kickstarter will get those —

Stevivor was lucky enough to sit down with Feargus Urquhart, CEO of Obsidian Entertainment, to discuss the partnership between Obsidian and Paradox to develop and publish the upcoming RPG Pillars of Eternity. Urquhart also touches upon both his and Obsidian’s

Paradox Interactive today announced War of the Vikings, a multiplayer game being developed by Fatshark. War of the Vikings is a standalone game, yet part of the War franchise — Paradox has previously released War of the Roses — “that