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Stellaris: Federations
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Long awaited remastering of the diplomacy

With Stellaris: Federations you get not only some nice features for the starting conditions of your civilisation but also a completly fleshed out diplomacy for improving your relations to other civilisations.

by PeterBarsk, Germany - Mar 21st 2020
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Crusader Kings II: Conclave
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Good DLC addition

For me, the addition of the ability of your Council to vote on changes to realm laws is a great addition. It makes you keep an eye on who you have in your council, watching for changes in their opinion of you, and who withing the council is trying to influence the other members. If you don't have this one, consider getting it!

by mcdermg2, Ireland - Mar 21st 2020
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Airport Madness 3D: Volume 2
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Arcade version on ATC

It's not a game that I would spend more than 30 minutes playing at any one time. Enjoyable for what it is.

by mcdermg2, Ireland - Mar 21st 2020
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Stellaris
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Enjoyable

As a grand strategy game, I found this to be quite enjoyable for the vanilla version. Definitely one to buy on sale.

by mcdermg2, Ireland - Mar 21st 2020
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Hearts of Iron IV: Waking the Tiger
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Must have for Asia, good for others

You obviously can't miss out on this if you love playing Japan or China.
Traits and skills for Generals can be a decisive factor in war for all nations.

by Golwar, Ireland - Mar 21st 2020
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Stellaris: MegaCorp
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Essential for Economists

Completely rethinks how building, economy and trader function in Stellaris. It's far from perfect but you wouldn't want to miss it.

by Golwar, Ireland - Mar 21st 2020
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Moonsouls: The Lost Sanctum
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Nancy Drew: Ghost of Thornton Hall
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Nancy Drew: The Deadly Device
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Moonsouls: The Lost Sanctum
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Europa Universalis IV: Guns, Drums and Steel Vol 2
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Great war music for EUIV

Expands the music for EUIV like the other music packs, this one particularly for wartime. Some metal and heavy drum themes, I personally really like it and think it adds to the mood while playing. Not one of the more expensive packs either, so I would say it is worth a buy.

by Alex K.38, USA - Mar 19th 2020
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Cities: Skylines - Rock City Radio
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Rockin' music pack for Cities Skylines

Another radio channel for Cities Skylines, this time with Rock music. I like most of the tracks and think this pack is reasonably priced, get it to enjoy building to a greater variety of music.

by Alex K.38, USA - Mar 19th 2020
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Cities: Skylines - Content Creator Pack: High-Tech Buildings
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Great official mod pack, with very noticeable building options!

Very noticeable additions to the game's assets, such as a neat-looking biodome and many more buildings. I like what this pack brings to Cities Skylines. And buying this supports the mod creator, who has also already made a ton of free contributions, so that's always a plus.

by Alex K.38, USA - Mar 19th 2020
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Europa Universalis IV: Catholic League Unit Pack
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Good unit pack for 30-Years War nations

A good collection of units covering the 30-Years War period and all the relevent nations. I like these aesthetic upgrades to EUIV and this isn't one of the pricier EUIV packs, so for me it is a buy!

by Alex K.38, USA - Mar 19th 2020
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Stellaris: Federations
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Best expansion since Utopia

The latest dlc for Stellaris, the one that finally brings the requested diplomacy rework.
Federations and coalitions matter in the galaxy thanks to this expansion. New laws, rules for everyone in the galaxy to obey and system borrowed from EU4 that allows you to get favours from other races to make your diplomatic schemes easier.
A must have.

by Clara G., Spain - Mar 19th 2020
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Stellaris: MegaCorp
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Lackluster

Is sad to see what should have been a content pack/flavour DLC like Synthetic Dawn become (and be priced) as an expansion. It's definitely lackluster. The new governments are only fun at the beginning, but they have their problems, and the AI is still incapable to administrate their civilisations.
On top of that, this ''expansion'' is bundled together with some almost essential megaconstructions and the slave market. The market is already in the game and the enslaver civilisations come in another expansion, yet if you want to sell your slaves in the galaxy market, you NEED this expansion. Ugh.

by Clara G., Spain - Mar 19th 2020
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Hearts of Iron IV - La Résistance
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It's alright

The spy system is very micro heavy and unbalanced, but adds complexity. The new focus trees for Spain and France are interesting.

by Mige, Finland - Mar 19th 2020
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60 Seconds! Reatomized
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Cities: Skylines - Mass Transit
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Essential!

This is THE DLC I can't play without anymore. There are way too many QoL improvements (like the combined stations/hubs, the combined roads,...).

If you only want to buy a single DLC, it should be Mass Transit!

by Jim F.6, Germany - Mar 19th 2020
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The Andersen Accounts: A Voice of Reason
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