Age of Wonders: Planetfall for Xbox One
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Age of Wonders: Planetfall

Aug 6, 2019New
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About this game

Developer: Triumph Studios
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Age of Wonders: Planetfall is the new strategy game from Triumph Studios, creators of the critically acclaimed Age of Wonders and Overlord series, bringing all the exciting tactical-turn based combat and in-depth 4X empire building of its predecessors to space in an all-new sci-fi setting.

Gamer Reviews

88 Reviews
7.74
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Critic Reviews

11 Reviews
8.02
Richard SeagraveAug 07, 2019
Age of Wonders: Planetfall is a rare treat. It’s not only a 4X strategy game that they can play from the comfort of their couch, it’s a bloody good one at that. It doesn’t do the best job of getting players up to speed, but once they have everything figured out they’re in for what is perhaps the best strategy experience currently available on console. It just requires a little bit of patience and persistence to work through a confusing first few hours. After that, there’s little to disappoint those seeking to display their colony-building prowess.
Roy WoodhouseAug 06, 2019
All in all, Age of Wonders: Planetfall is a great addition to the series. It offers a lot of depth, if not a little too much at times, and is a reasonably fast experience in terms of expansion. The battles are exciting and make you want to play them. This may put off slower-paced strategy lovers, but if you're a fan of the genre, it's certainly a game to look further into.
Marcello PerriconeAug 05, 2019
I was surprised by Planetfall, lest of all because I was never a big fan of Age of Wonders – not because it was bad, but because it never grabbed me. This entry was different, however, with the focus on 4X expansion and the draw of close-range squad engagements with ranged weapons, bombardments, and customisable heroes was enough to get me invested, and was put together well enough to ignore most of the flaws in the squad combat system.

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