They put out a pretty big update yesterday that finally added some new story chapters. I've only played a bit of the new Swordcraft chapters, but the AI sure did open a can of whoop ass on me, despite the fact that I think my decks are a lot more developed than when I first beat the story. I did beat it, but I'm not looking forward to the new AI difficulties they also added. Elite was already quite a pain.
In other news, there's a Granblue fantasy crossover event going on. I haven't played Granblue because the mobile version's still Japan-only, but at least this means more rupees and card packs!
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel
So, I finally got to the part where the prologue takes place. It's been well over a year since I started this game, so I had completely forgotten that the prologue had in fact shown a bit from the middle of the game.
The state of technology in this world is a real hodgepodge. They have guns, armored cars and main battle tanks, but air power and automotive transportation is still in its developing stage. Meanwhile you have the Internet in its infancy, and people still running around with swords and staves. I'm definitely thinking about this too closely in terms of our own world's technological history, but what they have going on in Zemuria is very interesting.
Company of Heroes 2
Had a compstomp game yesterday where we were so thoroughly outpaced in tech by the AI that they had tanks on the field before I had my first light vehicle. I'm dumbstruck how it happened.
I've been tinkering with more Soviet commanders. I'm usually all about Armored Assault tactics, but there are some commanders that give Conscripts submachine guns, and that seems like a match made in heaven.