Monday, November 29, 2021
Once upon a time, the only real way to get a taste of what it feels like to take over the world from the comfort of your own home, was to play vintage board game Risk. And even then, you'd probably end up losing to an older relative who knows what they're doing.
A far more appealing alternative to Risk, we'd argue, is Evil Genius 2, a game in which you assume the role of a malevolent masterbrain, determined to bend the world to their wicked will. With minions and machines at your beck and call to help execute your nefarious plot, does Evil Genius 2 succeed in making it feel good to be bad?
Read our definitive Evil Genius 2 review to find out.