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Sid Meier’s Civilization® VI: Platinum Edition
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Best Civ 6 + Expansions

Although the base Civ 6 is a decent game, the newer expansions help to provide a better experience for religion and other aspects of the game. This platinum edition is the best deal and helps flesh out the game far more than the original base expansion. I really enjoyed it. Would recommend 5/5

by MQuan, United States - Jul 16th 2020
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Europa Universalis IV: Art of War
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Must Have DLC

The ability to build armies with a single click makes this a must-have DLC. Before having to create armies manually then merge them was such a hassle, but this removes all of those issues.
especially for the price this is a great DLC.

by MQuan, United States - Jul 16th 2020
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BATTLETECH Season Pass
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Love it so far!

Brings back fond memories of old table-top Battletech.

I think it does a solid job of having depth and variety without being overly tedious or requiring you to micro-manage everything.
I've only got about 30 hours into it so far, but I looked forward to much more

by J W.24, United States - Jul 16th 2020
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Dreamland Solitaire: Dark Prophecy Collector's Edition
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Cities: Skylines - Content Creator Pack: Modern Japan
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Brings New Feeling To The Game

This DLC adds Japanese buildings to the game. With this you can make your city feel like a Japanese city. Recommended for Japan fans.

by Mohamed X., Maldives - Jul 15th 2020
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Airport Madness 3D: Volume 2
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It's just okay

I'm not a huge flight sim guy, but I got this game for free and it seems okay. There are probably bigger and better flight sims for you to buy. Only try this one if on deep sale

by Brandon G.13, USA - Jul 14th 2020
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Mystery Case Files: Black Crown
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Mystery Case Files: Black Crown
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Indivisible
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DeadCore
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1954 Alcatraz
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An average point and click

I found the game to be average. It has some interesting puzzles and story beats but on the whole it is nothing new to the genre.
I'd recommend it if you want a point and click and have played the more unique ones.

by João Costa, Portugal - Jul 12th 2020
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Stellaris: Federations
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I AM THE SENATE!

This DLC adds a lot of content:
Makes federations a real fun challenge for mid/ late game. More roleplay aspects to them.
makes the ONU in the galaxy which allows for some really weird roleplays like managing to get a lot of votes and basically single handely decide the rules of the galaxy, similar to palpatine in star wars
gives some cool new super weapons for war like empires. I specially like the mobile factory!

by João Costa, Portugal - Jul 12th 2020
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Cities: Skylines - Industries Plus
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Deepens the Industry of the game while making your highways full of trucks!

This DLC is interesting and well worth buying. It allows you to make industry supply lines that allow you to supply your comercial zone without resorting to imports.

The only problem of this DLC is that if you can master the industry and keep the necessary resources and pathways clear than you will be swimming in a lot of money which makes the game much easier.

by João Costa, Portugal - Jul 12th 2020
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Overlord™: Raising Hell
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Europa Universalis IV: Emperor
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European update

That dlc will mainly interest players focused on the european continent. There is quite an interesting revamp of the papal mechanism, as well as a few update on how the HRE works. The endgame is also improved with the new "hegemon" mechanic and a fun way of dealing with the spreading of revolutions.
Overall an interesting add-on, yet it is a little bit of a shame that the new sprites are not included, and yet again only available to the customers that buy the dedicated cosmetic "content pack" dlc.

by Jonathan B.4, France - Jul 12th 2020
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Europa Universalis IV: Emperor Content Pack
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Excellent cosmetic dlc

One of the very best cosmetic update available if you are playing in the european theatre. The main "Empire" dlc is also very interesting ; it is quite a pity that both these 2 dlcs are not packed together.

by Jonathan B.4, France - Jul 12th 2020
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Hidden Expedition: Amazon
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One of my all-time favorites

I love the artwork and the story. The music is excellent! I can play this game many times. But......please, please convert it to 64 bit!!! My Mac won't run it now.

by Warren Mannell, United States - Jul 12th 2020
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Mystery Case Files: Moths to a Flame Collector's Edition
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Too Bad...

Some types of mini games I don't care for so I skip them. That's one thing. When I skip a game because I don't know what the objective is and the info is NO help, now I'm not liking it. Also the "Bonus" game was more of a mini game.

by Roa, USA - Jul 12th 2020
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Across the Grooves
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Total War: WARHAMMER II
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Total War's Magnum Opus

This game is simply excellent. The races, weapons, magic, units, gameplay, graphics are all so lovingly created for the game that it's a joy to behold two armies systematically destroy one another on the battlefield, but it is the unique feature of combining warhammer 1 with warhammer 2 (and the upcoming warhammer 3) into a massive world of conflict that is the most impressive feat of all. The map is truly alive with so many warring factions and variables that I have never seen the same game play out twice. The battle animations are stunning too for all of the various races in the game. Anyone who loves Tolkien and fantasy literature should be able to find something to enjoy here (providing you don't mind scores of enemies trying to kill you). One of my favourite games of all time. Looking forward to the final installment of the series.

by robindavies, Canada - Jul 12th 2020
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