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PlayStation 3 is the 7th generation console from Sony. It was released on November 17th, 2006 in North America and March 23rd, 2007 in Europe. PS3 came about a year later than its biggest rival � Xbox 360 from Microsoft � so it didn�t manage to conquer the market as PlayStation 2 had done a couple of years earlier. Also, complicated architecture of the console � based on the Cell CPU which became a pain in the neck for game developers � made it harder to achieve great sales results. PlayStation 3 was succeeded by PlayStation 4 in 2013.


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Dragon Quest Builders
Dragon Quest Builders

RPG 28 January 2016

A spin-off game from the popular Dragon Quest series, developed by a subsidiary studio of the Square Enix company as fantasy jRPG with sandbox features. It takes place in the land of Alefgard, which has been the arena of a great conflict between humans and monsters. Eventually, humans suffer defeat, after their legendary hero falls into enemy trap, and their only hope for rebuilding the civilization is a young hero with astounding skills of creation, controlled by the player.


Strategy 14 January 2010

A humorous economic strategy in which we take control of our own construction company, and our goal is to compete ruthlessly with the industry's competitors. By building appropriate workshops and houses for rent, we try to slow down the development of our rivals by means that are not necessarily in line with the law.

Aegis of Earth: Protonovus Assault
Aegis of Earth: Protonovus Assault

Strategy 02 July 2015

An economic strategy game taking place in a post-apocalyptic world, where humanity has locked itself in fortified cities - the only way of surviving the attacks of alien monsters. The game was developed by Acquire, a Japanese studio known from Way of the Samurai, Tenchu, and Shinobido. In Aegis of Earth: Protonovus Assault, the player takes control of his own city, and fights against continuous waves of huge monsters. The cities are composed of a few districts that can be rotated 360 degrees.