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Leaks in the Video Game Industry

A couple of weeks ago, my colleagues and I breathed a collective sigh of relief as we finally got to share some news we’d all had to keep quiet for entirely too long: Sins of a Solar Empire II is finally happening.

Stardock's End of Summer BBQ

While bidding farewell to summer is always bittersweet, we do enjoy the autumn season here at Stardock. Yesterday, we decided to usher it in with style by throwing an “end of summer” BBQ in our cafe!...

We're not kidding: Sins of a Solar Empire II is Underway!

In case you missed it last week - and with all the hype and hullabaloo I’m not sure how you could have! - we officially announced Sins of a Solar Empire II. We are so excited to be working with our friends over at Ironclad Games again after so many years!...

Identifying Steam Scammers

We get several key requests every week, and something I learned very early on was that not every one of them is legitimate. People will often pose as legitimate media outlets or Steam curators in hopes you’ll send them a key, which then soon appears on resale sites.

Space exploration and how it makes us think about our games

Stardock built its name up on space strategy games with Galactic Civilizations and have continued to do so over the years with games like Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation and Offworld Trading Company. In many ways, space is at the core of what we do.

Stardock Game Night: Games for Big Groups

One of the benefits of working with a bunch of people who love games as much as you do is that you’re never short on takers for a game night! We try to do these once a month or so here at the office as time permits, and it’s always a good excuse for us to unwind together after a long work day and ju...

(Galactic) Civilization Highlight: Meet the Yor Singularity!

The Yor have many advantages as a synthetic species; for starters, they don’t require food like their organic rivals. They also don’t reproduce, no - new Yor are manufactured rather than birthed. Their populations can grow virtually unfettered by the constraints of other lifeforms.