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Cities: Skylines - Green Cities
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Great new policies and skins

Green Cities offers some great new policies for your cities and, most of all, you gett new skins for your buildings.
You get new tools to deal with pollution and thus more complexity to the gameplay. Even though getting to know all these DLCs seems a bit tedious, I recommend buying all the major ones.

by ponanza, Germany - Jun 16th 2020
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Cities: Skylines - Industries Plus
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It's the economy, stupid!

Industries adds a ton of complexity to the game by letting you handle multiple supply chains to not only further your cities happiness but also making a buck or two on the side.

by ponanza, Germany - Jun 16th 2020
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Cities: Skylines - Mass Transit
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A traffic jam makes neither for good music nor marmelade

Another comment suggested that transit should differentiate between tourist, leisure or other forms of transit and I think this would be the cherry on top!
I love the new options for transportation with this DLC and it provides the means necessary to get a grip on those nasty traffic jams.

by ponanza, Germany - Jun 16th 2020
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Cities: Skylines - Parklife Plus
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Good addition when on sale

I have to admit that I did not care much for the parks & recreation stuff in the game. However, it's a nice addition for the base game when you can get it for the WinGameStore pricing.

by ponanza, Germany - Jun 16th 2020
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Cities: Skylines - Snowfall
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Let's plow some snow

A good but not an outstanding addition to the game. Certain maps now offer snow and let you build your personal winter wonderland towns.
While playing in other climates, I believe you won't even notice it's there.

by ponanza, Germany - Jun 16th 2020
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Dead Cells: The Bad Seed
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Just awesome, plain and simple!

What's not to love with Dead Cells. The developers are still constantly expanding and tweaking the game to perfection and the Bad Seed DLC is not just a great expansion but also a good way to say thank you for this level of engagement.

I was a little worried at first that the game might be brutally difficult but since release the devs implemented a system that lets you choose your preferred difficulty and then progress nicely through the ranks.

by ponanza, Germany - Jun 16th 2020
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Sid Meier's Civilization® VI: Digital Deluxe Edition
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New comic graphics, so what?!

This game is getting a lot of criticism for its portrayal of the faction leaders with comic style graphics. While older Civilization titles used a more "realistic" art style to suggest some sense of political gravitas to your own leadership activities, Civ VI went full on gamey. And I got to say, why not? Firstly this new artstyle does not retract from earlier games. You can still play Civ V and it is awesome. And secondly, it's kind of nice!

The biggest development in Civ VI is imo the tile based city growth. This way Civ VI really feels different from its predecessors and thus like a game in it's own right. I don*t think that it is somehow better or worse than the old city building approach, but it sure is breathing some fresh air into the franchise.

I do recommend, giving it a shot!

by ponanza, Germany - Jun 16th 2020
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Brave Dwarves: Back for Treasures
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Great

Great game! I played it as a kid all the time.

by Leon G.3, - Jun 16th 2020
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Redemption Cemetery: The Stolen Time Collector's Edition
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WARBORN
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Redemption Cemetery: The Stolen Time Collector's Edition
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Hearts of Iron IV: Man the Guns
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Content for all countries

Of the DLCs, this one seems an actual expansion. If deciding inbetween which of the DLCs to get, I'd point to this one.

by DaLejd, Germany - Jun 14th 2020
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Hearts of Iron IV: Together for Victory
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More variety within the Commonwealth

Playing as one of the named countries, this DLC does spice things up. Not much else to be had besides that tho.

by DaLejd, Germany - Jun 14th 2020
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Hearts of Iron IV: Death or Dishonor
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Country-specific

Not really much added with this DLC, unless you care to play as one of the named countries.

by DaLejd, Germany - Jun 14th 2020
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Hearts of Iron IV: Waking the Tiger
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Pretty alright

This DLC adds some content usable by all countries. Seems somewhat overpriced tho.

by DaLejd, Germany - Jun 14th 2020
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Caveman World: Mountains of Unga Boonga
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Quite alright

Not the greatest of platformers around, but quite alright for some play-time.

by DaLejd, Germany - Jun 14th 2020
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Dinosaur Hunt First Blood
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Not recommended

Pretty much the same as the prequel, with the campaign this time not having any narration and just being a bunch of short rinse-repeat levels, and more expensive at that. Game is functional tho, so that's one star extra.

by DaLejd, Germany - Jun 14th 2020
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Cities: Skylines - Sunset Harbor
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Not the fresh breeze I was hoping for

After several DLCs which focused pretty much on "boxed-in" content, I was hoping for freshness for sea-side cities with this DLC. And well, while this DLC comes with some nice content, it seems somewhat lacklustre, as there is nothing like yacht-harbor, house-boats, local cruises, water-sports, and similarly. Due to that I would put this DLC rather low on a list of which C:S DLCs to get.

by DaLejd, Germany - Jun 14th 2020
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Cities: Skylines - Parklife
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More focus on pedestrians

This DLC puts some focus on content for pedestrians, which is great. The 4 types of park also add more variety to the city, and the DLC comes with 5 new maps.

by DaLejd, Germany - Jun 14th 2020
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Cities: Skylines - Campus
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Nice in itself

The content of this DLC is well made, and it makes the city look more interesting. However, while there are several faculties to add city-bonus, the campuses are somewhat disconnected to the city, as they don't even require a mass-transportation connection nor add visitors to a festival area nearby. And this can be easily blamed on the DLC-model as such, whereas a sequel could be focusing more on integrating such content within the base-game, but seems a pity that there is little incentive to use a campus on a new map, instead of the base-game university.

by DaLejd, Germany - Jun 14th 2020
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