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Songbird Symphony
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Cities: Skylines - Parklife
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Make the most attractive city in history

Parklife is a wonderful DLC because it gives a huge boost to one of my favorite aspects of the game, attracting tourists! Instead of just unique buildings, now you can use sightseeing buses and walking tours, as well as forming actual parks. No longer are you stuck with the square shapes of actually planting parks. Now you can make parks exactly as you see fit, and it serves as a great way to beautify your already beautiful city, especially if you're like me and you need to cover up ugly street corners and uneven roundabouts.

by Chris C.9721, USA - Jan 3rd 2020
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Queen's Garden Halloween
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Queen's Garden: Christmas
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Queen's Garden 2
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Stellaris: Utopia
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Awesome DLC

Awesome DLC, beautiful graphic, really add to the story.

by Christian E.14, Israel - Jan 3rd 2020
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Stellaris: Leviathans Story Pack
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Great

Awesome DLC, beautiful graphic, they really add well desgin monsters.

by Christian E.14, Israel - Jan 3rd 2020
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Europa Universalis IV: Third Rome
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Russian Expansion

This Immersion Pack is quite interesting in that it provides new paths for a Russian player. However, since it only affects a quite small region, and has very few features that can be used outside of Russia, I would only buy it on sale.

by Stefan V.1, USA - Jan 3rd 2020
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Transport Fever
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Good

This seems like a good and fun game to play.

by Nathanimations., United Kingdom - Jan 3rd 2020
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Cities: Skylines Deluxe Edition
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Great

Awesome game. I really liked it. great graphics. great visuals, great soundtrack.

by Christian E.14, Israel - Jan 2nd 2020
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Cities: Skylines - Relaxation Station
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Awesome.

Awesome DLC. I really liked it. great graphics. great visuals, great soundtrack.

by Christian E.14, Israel - Jan 2nd 2020
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Cities: Skylines - Snowfall
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Very epic

Loves this expansion very much, highly reccommend. a big must buy for CS players

by Preston H.3, USA - Jan 2nd 2020
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Warlock 2: The Good, the Bad, & the Muddy
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Get it for the Alliance mod.

Get it for the alliance mod, which improves the game in every way. But don't get this DLC on it's own, it adds barely nothing, and the 3 lords it does add are all mediocre to bad.

by Arkandos, Sweden - Jan 2nd 2020
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Warlock 2: The Thrilling Trio
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Get it for the Alliance mod

The three lords gained through this DLC are not worth the price, but the mod is, and it requires this DLC.

Poor Nicholas Frost got downgraded from a mage to a lord in the sequel.

by Arkandos, Sweden - Jan 2nd 2020
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Warlock 2: Spectacular Spell Pack
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Of all the DLC, this is the best.

Get this for the Alliance mod, which improves the game in all respects.
But actually, this contains enough spells that it actually is worth its price.

by Arkandos, Sweden - Jan 2nd 2020
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Warlock 2: Three Mighty Mages
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Worth it if you want a different playstyle.

The two first mages are not worth anything, but the great dragon Tal Kalessil makes you start out as a dragon instead of having a city.

It is quite a different playstyle, where you start out very weak but become unstoppable as the game closes out.

by Arkandos, Sweden - Jan 2nd 2020
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Hearts of Iron IV: Death or Dishonor
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Expanded focus trees

I really enjoyed the expanded focus trees for a number of Balkan countries. Deciding what power bloc to align yourself with or to forge your own path is probably the best part about this DLC.

by Stefan V.1, USA - Jan 2nd 2020
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Stellaris
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The 4x that never stops changing. And never finds its place.

I jumped in on stellaris quite early in its lifespan. It never really grabbed me, and I bounced off after 'only' 80 or so hours.

It's quite... dull? Repetitive. You never feel connected to anything you do, the combat is nonexistant.
The main selling points, the exploration and dynamic races just feel empty.

All in all, it comes out to an empty game. Fill with DLC to your hearts content, but that is not a business model I want to support.

by Arkandos, Sweden - Jan 1st 2020
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Overcooked! 2
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One of the best couch-coop games!

Overcooked returns, and its still a hell of a good game. Excellent coop, but less inspired maps than the first game. A better scoring system however, but the hidden levels are frustrating to find.

Play the first game first, then if you can't get enough, continue with this!

by Arkandos, Sweden - Jan 1st 2020
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Stellaris
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Fantastic Sci-Fi Empire Builder

I bought this game after getting a Sci-Fi itch, and boy did it pay off. I played almost nonstop the first two days after getting it. I have only played through once so far, but there are plenty of surprises outside the basic gameplay loop that are fun challenges to deal with. Exploring the universe, expanding your empire, colonizing planets, fighting and befriending your neighbors, outfitting ships, researching tech and so much more have been tremendous fun. It took a couple hours to properly understand the game with the helpful tutorial, but after that you can just play as you go or delve into the mechanics as deeply as you like. Highly recommend!

by Picklerage., - Jan 1st 2020
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