Reviews by S4MURAi

Call of Duty 2 Icon
Memories!
by S4MURAi, Greece - Jan 30th 2018

Currently writing this review running the game on MacOS High Sierra 10.13.3

iMac (21,5" Late 2015) 2.8 i5 - Intel Iris Pro Graphics 6200

The game of course runs great and smooth with everything on high and no lags or anything.

Now to the review, well what can I say.. WWII love the story, and it's mostly me remembering when I first played it back then. Amazing story and the whole WWII feeling it has.
Comes with a Steam key too.

Multiplayer runs jus fine and played a bunch.
So many servers and people playing still CoD2 that I was shocked they're still playing it online. Great stuff. Great buy if you want to go back to those days.
Of course the graphics are dated but they still look great.

I've had NO problems whatsoever playing or redeeming the game on Steam.

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Crush Your Enemies Icon
So fun!
by S4MURAi, Greece - Jan 30th 2018

As of writing this review I'm playing this game on a MacOS High Sierra 10.13.3 on iMac late 2015/ 2,8 i5 / 8GB / Intel Iris Pro 6200 and of course it runs great.

Great game to get on sale, strategy, fun, and it reminds me an old Asterix game I was playing in the psx era back then, so I had to check it out and it turns out it's good!

Fun game to pass the time!

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Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered Icon
So good!
by S4MURAi, Greece - Jan 30th 2018

As of writing this review I'm playing this game on a MacOS High Sierra 10.13.3 on iMac late 2015/ 2,8 i5 / 8GB / Intel Iris Pro 6200 with everything on high and maxed out and of course it runs great.

I remember playing this back on my PSX. I just saw it here on sale, didn't even know they re-released it or anything. And it all came back to me. One of the first ever games that had this great story-telling feeling that Telltale gives you nowadays and which I really like to pass the time with a game without having to go through hoops to have fun after a long days work.

If you like adventures and a solid story. You're here!
Dated graphics of course cuz this is super old but all the 90s kids will appreciate this game if not for the memories.

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Star Wars: Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast Icon
Top Star Wars stuff!
by S4MURAi, Greece - Jan 30th 2018

As of writing this review I'm playing this game on a MacOS High Sierra 10.13.3 on iMac late 2015/ 2,8 i5 / 8GB / Intel Iris Pro 6200 and of course it runs great with everything set on high.

One of my all time favourites on them Star Wars games, right after the KotOR games.

FPS, action game with a super solid story and good graphics (of course dated cuz the game is super old but you'll love it nonetheless if you're a Star Wars fan).

Haven't checked the multiplayer yet even though I doubt there's going to be any servers up and running after all those years from release, but CoD2 left me shocked with a bunch of servers and people STILL playing so.. you never know.

I'll update my review if there's still multiplayer online whenever I check again.

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The Sims 2 Super Collection Icon
Maybe the best Sims out there!
by S4MURAi, Greece - Jan 26th 2018

EDIT: My Specs for info/help if anyone is curious: MacOS High Sierra 10.13.3 iMac 21,5" late 2015. 2,8GHz i5, Intel Iris Pro 6200. And of course it runs great with everything maxed out.

This game was a ton of fun back when it was first released. Had my first iMac then and now with my new iMac and this whole super collection on sale I had to purchase again (wasn't on macgamestore back then).

Anyway, I prefer it than Sims 3 because mainly it reminds me of the good ol'days that I first played the game and always felt (with SO MANY expansions) that it has much much MUCH more stuff than the Sims 3.

And even though now with a new iMac 21" 2017 model I have no problem running games like Sims 3 and whatnot, for older system, this is where Sims 3 requries a high end system to play, or otherwise it simply causes incredible game lag, and the graphics are very blurry. Sims 2 makes up where Sims 3 lacks by being easy to play on most systems. So even if you have an older iMac (2011-12) even then you can play Sims 2 with ease.

Great graphics, easy to learn, so much better build system to do everything in your house, much easier and faster than the other Sims.

And I can understand that the 3rd has some appeal, such as seamless neighborhoods, and Create A Style which allows the player to recolor nearly everything in the game while in game, but those extras pale in comparison to The Sims 2. WIth all its expansions and there are many exciting game mods and new objects for this game too.

Casual gaming at its best! Highly recommended for Sims fans.

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Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun Icon
Amazing game!
by S4MURAi, Greece - Jan 26th 2018

Edit: My Specs for info/help if anyone is curious and/or needs to know the os and specs to run the game: MacOS High Sierra 10.13.3 iMac 21,5" late 2015. 2,8GHz i5, Inter Iris Pro 6200. And of course it runs great with everything on high settings.

If you loved Commandos 1 and 2 back then like me, you HAVE to have this one!

One of the best strategy/squad stealth games out there. I'm wishing and waiting for a DLC with more missions!

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