Reviews by cleaner

Cities: Skylines - Snowfall
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Winter wonderland

The main attraction, visually at least, is the snow theme that gives your cities a beautiful wintry touch. That is in addition to the other weather that the patch that was released alongside this DLC included. The other buildings and game mechanics from the Snowfall DLC further deepen the experience, adding fun and realistic gameplay elements, e.g., heating, roads that need to be cleared, and trams.

by cleaner, Germany - Feb 22nd 2020
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Virginia
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Story over gameplay

If you are looking for a point-and-click adventure, or anything with a lot of gameplay really, this might not be for you. It's first and foremost telling a story in the veins of Twin Peaks. If you like films and games, then this could be a perfect crossover for you.

by cleaner, Germany - Feb 22nd 2020
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Tyranny - Tales from the Tiers
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Random encounters

The main addition, to me personally at least, are random encounters for your travels through the world of Tyranny. Those both help or hinder you in your efforts, and further establish the interesting lore. Some new items are also added, so if you're all about the loot, that might be your favourite part.

by cleaner, Germany - Feb 22nd 2020
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Tyranny - Bastard's Wound
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Well-integrated

A well-integrated, but also kind of minor, addition to Tyranny. The companion quests (for the companions from the base game) are possibly the best about it, but the new area is great to have as well.

by cleaner, Germany - Feb 22nd 2020
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Airport Madness: World Edition
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Simplistic but enjoyable

The gameplay is pretty simplistic, but it can still be enjoyable. The top-down graphics have a cartoonish, yet realistic map look; to me, they are the best part of the game.

by cleaner, Germany - Feb 22nd 2020
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Tropico 5 – Complete Collection
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Everything an island dictator needs

This complete package will give you everything you need to enjoy being an island dictator. The graphics have the right mix of cartoonish and realism, and the atmosphere is beautifully tropical. You can play it in a kind of story mode or as a sandbox. The multiplayer is somewhat limited but at least there is some form of it included.

by cleaner, Germany - Feb 22nd 2020
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Borderlands 2 Complete Edition
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It's actually complete

As opposed to the Game of the Year edition, which is also available, this version here includes all of the DLC, so if you're interested in DLC for Borderlands 2 at all, it's the version to get.

by cleaner, Germany - Feb 22nd 2020
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Borderlands 2: Game of the Year Edition
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Some DLC is missing

Although one might expect everything to be included in a Game of the Year Edition, this one is missing a couple of DLCs, namely the headhunter packs and the Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 2. Those are smaller compared to those that are included, but it still might be something to consider.

by cleaner, Germany - Feb 22nd 2020
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Borderlands 2: TK Baha's Bloody Harvest
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A Halloween-y treat

Pumpkins, candy, spooky skeletons; everything you need for a fun Halloween-inspired bit of stroll through a medium Borderlands 2 area.

by cleaner, Germany - Feb 22nd 2020
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Borderlands 2: Wattle Gobbler
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Holiday special

It can obviously be played any time of the year, but since you're basically fighting a giant turkey, doing this DLC around the Christmas or Thanksgiving holidays gives it an extra dose of fun.

by cleaner, Germany - Feb 22nd 2020
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Borderlands 2: Mercenary Day
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Jolly good

Winter and Holiday themed, it's perfect for when you either are in that time of the year or are longing for it to arrive.

by cleaner, Germany - Feb 22nd 2020
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Borderlands 2: Wedding Day Massacre
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Love is in the air

Possibly one of the shorter headhunter DLCs, in addition to being self-contained, it acts as a prelude to a story in the main game, which adds extra value in my opinion.

by cleaner, Germany - Feb 22nd 2020
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Borderlands 2: Sir Hammerlock vs. the Son of Crawmerax
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Tropical climate

It's a short-ish Borderlands-y summertime trip, with the good things such a vacation has (beautiful water and climate) and the occasional thing that might annoy you, especially if you're entomophobic (enemies that are bug-like).

by cleaner, Germany - Feb 22nd 2020
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Tyranny - Standard Edition
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Be the evil guy (if you want to)

Set in a darkish fantasy world, you can't really be the hero you usually are in those kinds of games, but you'll still face choices where you can be more merciful or more ruthless. Choices you make will affect your playthrough, so there is plenty of replayability. The quest log is done in a way that you can take a break and still return later and pretty easily find out what you were doing and where you left off.

by cleaner, Germany - Feb 22nd 2020
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Borderlands 2: Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 2
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Needs Commander Lilith & the Fight for Sanctuary for all features

Similar to the first Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade, this one also adds additional levels (as in player levels) to get more loot and fight tougher enemies. Be aware that you also need the Commander Lilith & the Fight for Sanctuary content pack to have access to all the features this DLC adds. I suggest you either play the base game first; once you decided you want this, keep in mind that the Game of the Year Edition of Borderlands 2 does not include this DLC, you would either need to buy it separately or go for the Borderlands 2 Complete Edition.

by cleaner, Germany - Feb 22nd 2020
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Hector: Badge of Carnage Full Series
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British and crude humour

The graphics and animations are top-notch, the humour is funny as long as you like it crude. Having a character like the detective you're playing might not be a first in all existing media, but as far as point-and-click adventures go, it stands out. If you like hard-boiled detective stuff and aren't easily offended, give it a try!

by cleaner, Germany - Feb 22nd 2020
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Eldevin
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OK for trying out MMOs

While there are better games out there, it's still an OK way to see if the whole idea of an MMO is right for you. Unfortunately, there aren't many players, but then again, that might ease the concept of playing with other people in a shared world.

by cleaner, Germany - Feb 22nd 2020
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The Book of Unwritten Tales Collection
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Funny and varied

Playing different characters gives you variety all throughout the game. The humour is at times referential but includes something for everyone.
In my personal opinion, the environments have a somewhat rough look to them, but graphics are rarely the important part in a point-and-click.

by cleaner, Germany - Feb 22nd 2020
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Cities: Skylines - After Dark
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Atmospheric

It's worth it alone for the day/night cycle, which makes your city more atmospheric and alive. That it adds things like tourism is a nice bonus.

by cleaner, Germany - Feb 22nd 2020
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Tales of Monkey Island Complete Pack
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Different, but still good

It differs somewhat from the original first two games of the series, but it's still Monkey Island after all, with all the fun and pirates and Caribbean-ness it entails. It's always nice to have Guybrush Threepwood go on new adventures.

by cleaner, Germany - Feb 22nd 2020
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