Last night me and the boys played a match of Gladius: Relics of War. It's like Civilization 5 mixed with Dawn of War. There's NO diplomacy though, there is only war.
Stellaris is great. Its currently sitting at #2 on my all time most played, behind Europa Universalis 4, and only because I used to leave that AFK all the time.Been playing a mix of games as of late.
For the PC, I've mainly been playing a combination of Stellaris and Fall Guys. Stellaris, even unmodded is as fun as always and Fall Guys is just plain hilarious, especially since I don't really know people to go ahead with the likes of Among Us without timezone issues.
For Xbox, Titanfall 2. The population is low, and my PC isn't up to spec for playing on the PC to get to the larger population, but it's still a ball of fun! And I'm too damn good at it as well.
As for a Nitendo Switch, a combination of Pokemon Sword/DX, Fire Emblem: Three Houses, New Horizons and Mario Kart 8. All are a curious mix of good entertainment, although Mario Kart 8 occassionly leaves furious because of the power ups on times.
Stellaris is great. Its currently sitting at #2 on my all time most played, behind Europa Universalis 4, and only because I used to leave that AFK all the time.
EU4 has a custom nation option, but is is locked behind DLC.Stellaris always is great, both for relaxing gameplay and more intense military gambits.
Never could get into the other Paradox games though. Crusader Kings felt too complicated and... well... boring. Plus, I wanted to play as my own nation. Not a real life one.
EU4 has a custom nation option, but is is locked behind DLC.
Crusader Kings has an option to have every county start as independent. Ck2 has a hidden option in it's nation-shuffle mode to have half of them ruled by furries. IIRC you have to flip through the cultures options until it says "animal kingdom" on the second cycle through.