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Stellaris
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Longtime gamer. This is the best.

This game is the greatest and I'm so glad I bumped into it. Bought the console version, but there are no mods and only some of the DLCs. I was thrilled to find it on sale here. I play almost exlusively RPGs and I've been obsessed with this game for months now.

by Leah K.1, USA - Aug 7th 2019
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Out of Space
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Galaxy of Pen & Paper +1
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Chroma Squad
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Myths of the World: Fire from the Deep
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The Sims 2 Super Collection
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Sims

I bought this game years ago. Lost trac of it and found it again...I love it.

by Lindy L., USA - Aug 6th 2019
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Bonfire Stories: Heartless Collector's Edition
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Myths of the World: Fire from the Deep
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Europa Universalis IV
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No tutorial

There is no tutorial. The game is complex. A help guide would have been nice.

by xenoview, USA - Aug 5th 2019
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Immortal Love: Kiss of the Night Collector's Edition
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The Great Empire: Relic of Egypt
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Awesome TM Game

I loved the game. Kinda surprised another reviewer experienced glitches. It was smooth sailing for me all the way!

by CSwid, USA - Aug 5th 2019
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Vermillion Watch: London Howling Collector's Edition
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Immortal Love: Kiss of the Night Collector's Edition
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This War of Mine: Stories - Father's Promise
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A little different than the base game

Unlike the base game, a lot of elements, such as the planning of ressources aspect, are not that present, or important in this DLC. Rather, picking up lots of information from NPCs becomes very relevant and the DLC is very story-driven. This makes the DLC feel less generic than parts of the base game, but replay value isn't there compared to the base game. Highly recommended though, unless you're not interested in story.

by Thalla, Germany - Aug 5th 2019
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Cities: Skylines - Industries
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Needs lots of space

It's a very expansive new DLC, introducing new types of industries, as well as much more control on how they prosper, but of course there's more work involved than previously. As stated in the title, all of the industries are in need of ample spatial resources, so some planning ahead is required in order to be able to place some of the ridiculously huge buildings. That aside, levelling up a business to maximum profitability is quite fun.

by Thalla, Germany - Aug 5th 2019
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Cities: Skylines - Green Cities
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Maybe the most essential DLC of all

First of all, it is still not perfect. The lack of eco-friendly businesses and industries still stands almost two years after release and various DLC released afterwards. But, a lot of buildings have been revamped and made more eco-friendly, solving a lot of pollution in the game. Overall it really can impact the livelihoods of citizens, as well as expenditure in the game, pollution may go down quite a bit, especially when combined with later DLC. Worth it.

by Thalla, Germany - Aug 5th 2019
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Cities: Skylines - Parklife
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Very specific

So, this expansion brings parks and lots of options with it. While some of us may very well enjoy plucking and grooming at their virtual parks for hours for it to look meticulous, some really don't bother too much. It adds a lot of assets and options and may be profitable for the tourism sector, but I wouldn't call this an essential DLC.

by Thalla, Germany - Aug 5th 2019
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Cities: Skylines - Campus
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Non-essential, but very fun and detailed

In this DLC, it's all about college-level education. You get three types of campus areas, along with a handful of new policies related to the educational system in your city. Building a campus requires a lot of space, similar to the previous industries DLC, for some buildings. At release, things were a bit shaky with citizens not going to specific colleges and so on, but that was fixed with a few updates afterwards. You still might need a few hours of gameplay to really get the hang of how citizens distribute, how campuses level up, and so on. I had a lot of fun fiddling with free education policies and ramping up tuition to max all of a sudden.

by Thalla, Germany - Aug 5th 2019
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Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark
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Excellent Tactical RPG

Amazing modern version of Final Fantasy Tactics, one of the best Tactical RPGs ever made.

by PhantomTrickster, - Aug 4th 2019
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realMyst: Masterpiece Edition
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A masterpiece

Myst is an old classic, which certainly holds up today. It is a masterpiece of exploration, puzzles, clues, and amazing visuals (Well, they were somewhat more amazing back then, but still looks fantastic in many places). It certainly has aged, but gameplay wise it still holds up.

It has this special tranquil and relaxing feel, that no other games have matched I believe. Puzzles are just right in how hard they are to solve, and the story is actually also quite interesting.

The game was a bit weird with the graphical performance, but ran acceptable on my 2011 iMac with 2GB Radeon 6970M. One of the graphical options created black boxes on my screen, but other than that, no issues encountered at all, despite running it under macOS 10.13.6 which MGS says isn't supported.

Highly recommended.

by T'hain Esh Kelch, Denmark - Aug 4th 2019
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