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In a future where corporations rule, climate change has forever altered the planet's surface, and rebel forces look to undermine progress, one person can make all the difference. Nope, not a a trailer for some cool '90s sci-action thing starring Keanu Reeves, but Anno 2205. The new strategy/city builder where you get to be CEO of a sleek mega corporation looking to make the big bucks setting up colonies on the earth and the moon.

A snippet from the review, by the CEO of KostaCorp, Kosta Andreadis.

It’s a delicate balance, one that in-game tool-tips and a clean presentation helps keep relatively simple. And completely engrossing. The type of experience where you could easily lose an entire day. Another aspect of strategy games, the good ones, that is par for the course with Anno 2205. But the main draw here is the futuristic setting, and through an objective-based campaign it won’t take long before you expand your corporate empire and need to manage colonies both in the arctic and on the lunar surface.


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