Reviews by XXXXXXXXX

Rise of Industry: 2130
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Rise of Industry: 2130

2130 is a total conversion DLC, with the same mechanics as the base game, but in a completely different setting. If you enjoyed Rise of Industry, this is what you've been waiting for. If you like cyberpunk and futuristic graphics, this is what you've been waiting for. If you want a whole new tech tree, new resources, new town buildings, new industries, new logistics buildings, and new music, this is what you've been waiting for.

by XXXXXXXXX, United Kingdom - Oct 24th 2020
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Stellaris: Federations
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Stellaris: Federations

This DLC is a huge improvement for the game! I really like it, and I definitely recommend getting it if you're into the more political aspects of Stellaris like I am.

by XXXXXXXXX, United Kingdom - Oct 24th 2020
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Cities: Skylines - Industries
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Cities: Skylines - Industries

This is the single-most important DLC to add to the game. Industrial district specializations were a step in the right direction, but Industries actually makes resource management and logistics into a real gameplay mechanic beyond just placing roads and zoning.

Moreover, the processor buildings, warehouses and unique factories look 100x better than basic industrial zones.

by XXXXXXXXX, United Kingdom - Nov 7th 2019
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Cities: Skylines - Synthetic Dawn Radio
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Cities: Skylines - Synthetic Dawn Radio

This dlc is so relaxing i would recemmond it to anybody who wants to relax while playing cities skylines

by XXXXXXXXX, United Kingdom - Nov 1st 2019
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Stellaris: MegaCorp
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Stellaris: MegaCorp

This DLC adds another layer of complexity to the game, although some of its additions are easily overlooked. If used well, the new features can really boost your empire.

by XXXXXXXXX, United Kingdom - Jul 8th 2019
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Mount & Blade: Warband - Viking Conquest Reforged Edition
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Mount & Blade: Warband - Viking Conquest Reforged Edition

Good DLC, worth getting when on sale. Everything is expanded from native.

There are few flaws, expensive troops that you need to grind so long to get can die in few hits, annoying bugs, and hardcore campain.

by XXXXXXXXX, United Kingdom - Jun 24th 2019
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Airport Madness 3D: Volume 2
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Airport Madness 3D: Volume 2

The game itself is still challenging and fun, and has the "just one more try" factor that has kept me up beyond my bedtime on several occasions. The different game modes keep the game interesting and challenging for quite a while.

by XXXXXXXXX, United Kingdom - Nov 23rd 2018
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Cities: Skylines - Snowfall
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Cities: Skylines Snowfall

- Beautiful Winter Maps, and even make your own Winter Wonderlands
- New Systems to help your Cities in Winter:
- Establish heating through water pipes
- Get Snow Plowers so they can clean your roads of snow for when it snows
- New Trams as a Transportation system

by XXXXXXXXX, United Kingdom - Sep 2nd 2018
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realMyst: Masterpiece Edition
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RealMyst

The absolute best version of Myst ever released. With intuative free roaming controls and updated graphics (complete with day/night cycle!) this game really is a masterpiece. The puzzles are still logical and interesting, and the updated graphics and sound make exploring the ages of Myst more enjoyable than ever before.

by XXXXXXXXX, United Kingdom - Sep 1st 2018
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Project Highrise: Tokyo Towers
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Tokyo Towers

It adds some nice new content to the game while keeping the price at a throw away amount level.

by XXXXXXXXX, United Kingdom - Aug 30th 2018
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Out There: Omega Edition
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Out There: Omega Edition

+Gorgeous art style
+Everything in the game is well designed, in particular the ships and the alien life forms
+There are several different ships, each coming with pros and cons meaning each ship has a unique play style
+Usually when you jump to a new star system you get a journal entry/mini text adventure which all have great stories but they're let down by the writer's knowledge of English (I'll come back to that later)
+The galaxy is procedurally generated each time you play so you'll never see the same galaxy twice
+Interesting storyline with an interesting yet mysterious protagonist
+Outstanding (even outstanding doesn't do it justice) soundtrack that even rivals that of FTL
+Great gameplay based around resource management, kind of like FTL with more resources and no combat
+The game has no combat, a bold move that work fantastically, fighting to survive against the environment is much more interesting than fighting to survive against hostile life forms
+As you get further into a run you begin unlocking more advanced technologies to help you get further
+Abandoned ships always seem to turn up just as your ship becomes obsolete which is perfect
+When you encounter alien life forms you often learn parts of their language
+You frequently come across mysterious alien materials and artifacts which often provide ways of improving your ship
+It's impossible to see everything this game has to offer in one run so you're definitely going to come back for more

by XXXXXXXXX, United Kingdom - Jul 20th 2018
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Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions
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Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions

A very good and worthy update to GW2:RE, enough "retroness" to have some nostalgia of the previous games but also brought bang up to with new graphics and 3d boards

by XXXXXXXXX, United Kingdom - Jul 20th 2018
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Beyond Eyes
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Beyond Eyes

Amazing hidden gem: pace, art direction, gameplay, soundtrack, characters, story - everything constantly flirts with a minimalist Zen perfection. Blindness is an all-pervasive white, from which the world comes into being and into which it fades to nothingness at each step you take, trembling in gentle aquarelles as an unique emotional, heart-wrenching story gently unfold

by XXXXXXXXX, United Kingdom - Jul 20th 2018
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Tales of Monkey Island Complete Pack
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Tales of Monkey Island

Tales of Monkey Island does not skip a beat. It's as if the Monkey Island series never stopped. The graphic style, the humour and the storyline are all what one would expect from a Monkey Island game. Telltale does it again with a fantastic series that you can't miss. Great graphics, great voice overs, fluid cartoony animation, and great dialogue.

by XXXXXXXXX, United Kingdom - Jun 24th 2018
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Cities: Skylines - Mass Transit
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Mass Transit

I would definitely recommend this! It's very useful for transport, and just fun to play with in general.

by XXXXXXXXX, United Kingdom - Jun 24th 2018
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Ceres
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Ceres

This is an Awesome and well ballanced game. Well designed with a lot of ship controls and customization. Great combat action and exploration.

by XXXXXXXXX, United Kingdom - Jun 24th 2018
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STASIS
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STASIS

I really enjoyed this game. Isometric with the same dirty aesthetic that Diablo 2 did so well and Diablo 3 failed miserably on, only this isnt an ARPG, its a very dark and twisted point and click puzzle type game that would make a really good sci fi space/horror flick that would be up there with Aliens/Event Horizon.

Your protagonists confused horror as he stumbles deeper into the mystery at times is almost as unsettling as some of the situations that unfold before him.

Puzzles not too difficult yet still satisfying when you work them out and a very intriguing (if not macabre) story rich universe,

by XXXXXXXXX, United Kingdom - Jun 24th 2018
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Neon Drive
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Neon Drive

If you like rhythm games, you will really enjoy this! Its challenging and it has speed settings to fit you play style! I love the 80s feel and the music is amazing!

by XXXXXXXXX, United Kingdom - Jun 7th 2018
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Crusader Kings II: Horse Lords
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Crusader Kings II: Horse Lords

Playing as a nomad with Horse Lords enabled feels like a relatively fresh gameplay experience and which thankfully doesn't feel like a forced add-on but rather a more natural gameplay addition. The new clan mechanics are dynamic and have enough depth to keep a long time player like myself interested. Not to mention that the patch which came alongside Horse Lords really does speed up the gameplay and adds a variety of interesting free changes.

by XXXXXXXXX, United Kingdom - Jun 7th 2018
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Pony Island
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Pony Island

The less you know about this game, the better experience you will have.

It's unlike any game i have ever played. This game tries to mess with your mind. And it's pretty good at that.
It makes you wanna beat it so hard, because if you don't, your soul will be lost forever.

by XXXXXXXXX, United Kingdom - Jun 7th 2018
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