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Merchants of the Caribbean Story Сollector's Edition
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Merchants of the Caribbean Story Сollector's Edition
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Rescue Team 11: Planet Savers
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Level 40, bug

Bug on level 40.
remove the 3 big boulders. i removed all, but it only counts 2.
can not finish this level and play the game.

by lomo, Switzerland - Jan 27th 2021
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Dead Cells
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Un jeu qui bouge !

Énergique, interactif pour les streamers, j'ai bien hâte de l'essayer après tout ce que j'ai vu dessus !

[Energetic, interactive for streamers, I can't wait to try it after everything I've seen! ]

by Edarius K., France - Jan 26th 2021
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Planet Coaster
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Dead Cells: Fatal Falls
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Beyond: The Fading Signal Collector's Edition
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Interesting Storyline

This game started out amazingly good. The storyline seemed interesting. Somewhere, though, gameplay turned a bit confusing as to what to do next. Fortunately, I had set my hint button to a 15 second delay and that got me through a few tough spots. The options available are the most varied I have seen. I would recommend this game.

by Karen L.1, USA - Jan 26th 2021
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Crusader Kings III: Royal Edition
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Some content from CK2 missing, but worth it

Some content from the previous game has not been implemented yet, like playable merchant republics or nomads. Maybe all this will be implemented later as it happened with CK2 but for the moment it still stands as an improved version of its predecessor. It has also been made more streamlined and more accesible to new players so it'll be easier to get into CK3 than it was getting into CK2.

by Carlos M.48, Spain - Jan 26th 2021
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On Rusty Trails
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Sid Meier’s Civilization® VI: Gathering Storm
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More fun and realism

The addition of global warming and climate change gives the game a nice touch of reality; more importantly, though, it gives you more options to play the game and a deeper complexity as a whole. Another big change is the newly added Diplomatic Victory, a great alternative to the other ways to win a game. Various other improvements refresh the gameplay as well.

by cleaner, Germany - Jan 25th 2021
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Sid Meier's Civilization® VI: New Frontier Pass
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Small additions that add up

Each part of this expansion pass adds a little something, e.g., new civilizations, leaders, and gameplay elements. The amount of all those smaller additions add up to something that's worth the price. Having the option to mix and match gameplay additions give you a variety of options to play the game, keeping it fresh for a long time.

by cleaner, Germany - Jan 25th 2021
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Deep Voyage
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Deep Voyage bad play

Level 162 and 163 are almost impossible to finish, too many bombs and you can't reload your icons of dictruction fast enough, gave up. It's no fun when you can't finish a match game.

by Nanny55, USA - Jan 25th 2021
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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
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Great classic RPG

A classic RPG game, maybe the first successful one based on the Star Wars franchise. The story is not exceptional, but good enough, especially because infuse of lore and far away from the traditional SW setting. I definetely reccommend for any SW or RPG fan.

by Alessandro T.3, Italy - Jan 25th 2021
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Hearts of Iron IV: Death or Dishonor
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DLC mainly for the countries of Central and Eastern Europe.

The pillar of the expansion is new content for four countries of Central and Eastern Europe that found themselves in a difficult situation between the growing powers of the Third Reich and the Soviet Union: Hungary, Romania, Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia.

The add-on also includes general content, primarily in the form of various options related to licensing military equipment.

The game also includes options to improve your arsenal by converting outdated and captured equipment. The diplomatic sphere has been enriched with a new type of subordinate state, available only to fascist powers: the Reichskommissariat. It allows for strict control of the subordinate nation and the possibility of using its equipment, industry and natural resources.

Along with the new mechanics, the game includes improvements in the audiovisual sphere: new portraits of leaders and generals, 2D equipment graphics in the inventions menu, new 3D models of tanks and planes, as well as dialogue lines for soldiers, and 3 new music tracks by Andreas Waldetoft.

by thorfinn, Poland - Jan 25th 2021
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Europa Universalis IV: The Cossacks
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Not only Cossacks.

The title may suggest that Cossacks come first in Cossacks. In fact, the add-on offers comprehensive gameplay modifications, developing the fun of virtually every faction. The mechanics of Estates come to the fore here and transfer them under the control of groups of their subordinates, e.g. the nobility, clergy or even the aforementioned Cossacks. By giving up some of the revenues from a given area, we can gain in this way, for example, calming the mood of the local population or a lower cost of recruiting the army. However, you should watch over the provinces so that their governors do not grow too strong and try to throw us off the throne.

Other, smaller novelties can be observed, among others, in the sphere of diplomacy. The developer introduced Universalis IV to Europe, options for explicitly expressing one's attitude towards neighbors and publicly declaring intentions towards them, as well as the ability to configure policies in colonial states towards indigenous peoples of the discovered lands (e.g. quick subordination, benefits from trade). In espionage, it was possible to research the technologies of more advanced countries, and an option was added to inspire the minorities inhabiting the lands of the opponents to speak out in order to gain independence. Moreover, in directing the nomadic peoples, it should now be borne in mind that they are often clusters of tribes who only hold together their plunder.

by thorfinn, Poland - Jan 25th 2021
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Stellaris: Federations
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DLC with an emphasis on diplomacy and federation.

Stellaris: Federations greatly expands the role of diplomacy in the game. Thanks to the expansion, empires take part in galactic senate meetings. During its deliberations, the player may pass laws that are favorable to him, such as involvement in joint defense. Political influence can be gained by, among other things, doing favors for the leaders of other countries. The role of the federation in the game was also expanded. Belonging to one of them can bring a player many benefits. Through diplomatic options, you can increase the cohesion of the community and unlock bonuses for all member states. The expansion also introduces the genesis of empires. When starting a new game, the player can determine the circumstances under which a civilization was created. This translates into starting conditions. We also have at our disposal a number of new buildings, among which we can distinguish a mobile star base called Moloch or a mega-shipyard that allows you to quickly create fleets.

by thorfinn, Poland - Jan 25th 2021
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Europa Universalis IV: Common Sense
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Another DLC.

The most important element introduced with Common Sense is the new province development system. The expansion of these territories was limited by the size of the land and the "Value of Development". By spending monarch points, we can develop individual buildings, making them more efficient. In practice, more developed provinces bring us greater profits, but due to the new limitations, their development must be much more thoughtful. It may turn out that in order to erect another building necessary for us, we will have to demolish one of the already existing buildings. Among other novelties, it is worth mentioning the introduction of a parliamentary system, new religious systems (Buddhism, Protestantism) and the role of national churches that can "modify" their denominations to make them as friendly as possible to the monarchy. As we invest in the development of our country, our governments gain more and more rank, which translates into new benefits. Individual nations have also gained new actions and mechanics, emphasizing their unique character.

by thorfinn, Poland - Jan 25th 2021
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Stellaris: Lithoids Species Pack
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The Lithoids Species Flavor Pack.

Lithoids are a species whose massive representatives are of considerable size and come from rocks endowed with intellect. They feed on minerals from which they derive their nutritional value, are characterized by their longevity and can inhabit practically any environment.

Lithoids Species Pack Contents:
- Unique mechanisms of functioning of the Lithoid empires,
- 15 new Litoid portraits and 1 Litoid robot portrait,
- New mineral-based ship models,
- A new set of voices.

by thorfinn, Poland - Jan 25th 2021
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Imperator: Rome - Magna Graecia Content Pack
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Greek flavor pack.

Magna Graecia Content Pack Contents:
- New Greek missions: new quests and interactions available for Athens, Sparta and Syracuse.
- New deities: 12 new Greek gods linked to real holy places scattered throughout the Greek world.
- Apotheosis: A popular ruler from an illustrious lineage may declare himself or one of his esteemed ancestors a god, and thus enter the official pantheon of deities. Raise the appropriate number of rulers to god status and you will be able to introduce a new regime - the cult of the emperor.
- Sacred treasures: amass a collection of historical artifacts and relics from the Hellenic world. Place your worshipable objects in holy places for powerful effects. If you plunder your enemy's holy places or capital, you might get these unique artifacts.
- New music and other artistic elements of the game.

by thorfinn, Poland - Jan 25th 2021
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Dark Parables: Portrait of the Stained Princess Collector's Edition
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Same ol'

I didn't buy it... I can replay dozens like it.

by Roa, United States - Jan 25th 2021
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