Reviews by GUBallboy

Torchlight II
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Fun even on multiple playthroughs

Definitely a fun title. The random loot makes more playthroughs fun, you can always find some new, better or different weapon. Definitely a good game to grab,

by GUBallboy, USA - Nov 25th 2015
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Black & White 2
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Throwback

Definitely an improvement on the original version I played so long ago. The tutorial section is pretty long, and can wear you out, but once you're through that its pretty fun and versatile.

by GUBallboy, USA - Nov 25th 2015
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Raiden Legacy
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Arcade Quarter Eater

It's what you expect from an arcade classic franchise. A few of the features aren't super funcitonal across the different game versions, but the gameplay itself is good.

by GUBallboy, USA - Nov 25th 2015
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Assassin's Creed Brotherhood Deluxe Edition
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Old now, but still great

If you like the first few of the franchise, this is another extension. Not as fun/open as AC3, but still very fun.

by GUBallboy, USA - Nov 25th 2015
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The Sims 3
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Wife loves it

My wife already like the Sims franchise, and this has been great for her to relax and play.

by GUBallboy, USA - Nov 25th 2015
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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction Deluxe Edition
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Lots of variety

Mixes firefight heavy levels, pure stealth levels, and hybrid levels that appeal to all kinds of players. There will be a few difficult spots no matter what skill set you prefer. The story just cuts off, but its a fun ride.

by GUBallboy, USA - Nov 25th 2015
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XCOM: Enemy Within
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Good addition

Good addition, but only works with the steam edition, so watch out :/

by GUBallboy, USA - Nov 25th 2015
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Sid Meier's Pirates!
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Classic

I hadn't known about this game until I bumped into it here, but it is a very fun, albeit simple, game that is worth some time.

by GUBallboy, USA - Nov 25th 2015
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Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition
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Classic

The new version missed the point of the Duke character. Fun, irreverent, and well put together classic.

by GUBallboy, USA - Nov 25th 2015
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Batman: Arkham Asylum
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Fun

Definitely a great purchase if you haven't bought it yet. While Arkham City (The sequel) improves on many of the mechanisms, this game is still a great addition to your library.

by GUBallboy, USA - Nov 5th 2015
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Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition
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I mean, it's Borderlands

Great FPS title. The graphics style rubs some people te wrong way, but the humor and storytelling are exceptional. Add in the crazy characters and endless supply of ever-improving weapons and you have a foundation for an incredible franchise.

by GUBallboy, USA - Nov 4th 2015
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Wasteland 2: Director's Cut
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Robust experience

For the good but not incredible graphics experience, this game brings in a ton of content that can change wildly from every decision you make from the start. Worth more than one playthrough, and each of those is a hefty investment.

by GUBallboy, USA - Nov 4th 2015
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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II
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It's on steam

If you don't like steam, fine, but the game is great, and the steam workshop has incredible additions that add a ton of awesome content to an already solid title.

by GUBallboy, USA - Nov 4th 2015
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Ravensword: Shadowlands
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Simple but good

Lacks a clear direction, but the graphics are reasonable and has a pretty open world with an interesting combat set up that forces/allows you to use all different kinds of weapons for different situations.

by GUBallboy, USA - Nov 4th 2015
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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
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As good as ever!

A great throwback to a console classic! Loved this when I played it all those years ago, and had a great time rolling back through!

by GUBallboy, USA - Oct 28th 2015
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The Lord of the Rings: War in the North
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Solid LOTR Meets Assassin's Creed

Very good game for a while, but gets stale once the storyline starts to finish. The expansions are fun, but some of the stuff you can do in them doens't translate back into the main storyline. overall, a fun purchase, but it won't be the last game you buy,

by GUBallboy, USA - Oct 28th 2015
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BioShock Infinite
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All around solid

The storyline is engrossing, if a little cofusing at times, and the gameplay is solid with a lot of potential strategic variety. It really allows players to determine how they like to approach combat while still keeping the overall structure straightforward. Another great installment in a solid franchise.

by GUBallboy, USA - Jul 30th 2014
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Batman: Arkham City Game of the Year Edition
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A great addition to a great series

The gameplay is an improvement to the first game in the franchise (arkham asylum), and the storyline is just as involved and complex, with a number of different branches that slowly come together to create a fascinating environment. A solid buy.

by GUBallboy, USA - Apr 2nd 2014
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The Witcher: Enhanced Edition Director's Cut
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All about value

For the price you're paying, solid addition to a game library. The controls are a little unconventional (timed/rhythme based combat), and some of the mechanisms are a little difficult to keep track of/ use, but, again, good purchase at the price.

by GUBallboy, USA - Apr 2nd 2014
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