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Alana Hagues
Pathway Review
A refreshing take on the XCOM formula.
04.16.19 - 12:35 PM

The 1930s and strategy games are the first two things I would marry together. Strategy is a genre that seems to thrive either with high, Medieval fantasy or futuristic space and aliens. Here, Pathway is looking to do something a bit different.

Pathway Screenshot

Set in the 1930s, you control a group of explorers as they are searching for ancient artifacts. XCOM meets Indiana Jones is the description I've seen thrown around, and I'm sold on that alone. Bob Richardson has reviewed this unique sounding game, so if the description alone has piqued your interest, you'd best check out Bob's review right here to find out of the game is as good as it sounds!


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