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Living Legends: Fallen Sky
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Monster Sanctuary
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Living Legends: Fallen Sky
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Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions
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Excellent Arcade game

The third instalment in the classic twin stick series. There are many new elements this time, the game feels fresh and it offers a great arcade experience. Recommended.

by EchoesLuis, Spain - Aug 22nd 2019
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Monochroma
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Hidden Gem

Similar to Limbo, this adventure is interesting from start to finish. Recommended especially if it's on offer.

by EchoesLuis, Spain - Aug 22nd 2019
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Witches' Legacy: Secret Enemy
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The Descendant
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Awakening - The Goblin Kingdom Collector's Edition
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Love this

I enjoed playing this game it is defiantly one of my favorite games.

by star2, USA - Aug 22nd 2019
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Witches' Legacy: Secret Enemy
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Realpolitiks
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Nice game but you can't jump right in

Enjoyable but complex with a high learning curve. Highly recommend you play the tutorial first before jumping in. A few minor bugs, and it's VERY hard to win. I wish it was more customizable, but it's certainly playable multiple times.

by Koka Kliora, USA - Aug 21st 2019
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Rescue Team 9: Evil Genius Collector’s Edition
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Thumbs up

Good time management game. Love this series.
Good with reapering tickets

by Svanhild Hansen, Norway - Aug 21st 2019
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Bonfire Stories: Heartless
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Bonfire Stories: Heartless
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Cities: Skylines - Mass Transit
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One of the more important DLC to have

Mass Transit was definitely lacking in the base game. While it is a bummer that you have to buy DLC to get functionality that should have been in the base game, this does improve on A LOT of assets and areas to help your city spread. On the flip side, it helps Paradox continue to support and grow the game.

by Brice P.1, USA - Aug 21st 2019
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Vermillion Watch: London Howling
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Vermillion Watch: London Howling
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Songbird Symphony
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Songbird symphony

A rhythm adventure game with cute birbs and animations. While some gameplay mechanics couldve been better (randomization of certain rhythm sections) it is still a nice and charming game.

by Tizoc, - Aug 20th 2019
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Dying Light Enhanced Edition
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Incredible Upgrade For Dead Island!

I LOVE Dead Island, so much I was skeptical about getting Dying Light even though it was from the same company. A zombie RPG is fantastic fun but I didn't know how well it would work in a city versus a moody tropical island.
Now I've played it and Dying Light is like Dead Island on steroids. Everything good is still there (except the ability to throw weapons which I miss) but there are also additions which really make it all the more fun. The parkour system is incredible! If you've ever wanted to play 'the floor is lava' with zombies, this is your game.
You can know build and repair items anywhere, not just at repair stations. You can fight humans as well as zombies. There's more to explore, more to do, more people to meet. An excellent upgrade in graphics too with a lot of nifty lighting effects.
It takes a heft rig to run this game, but it's worth it.
The DLC is a little silly, but the main game is solid!

by Daniel Steven Oles, USA - Aug 20th 2019
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Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered
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Great...up till the quick time events

I loved the atmosphere, the story, the characters, the choices...this game had it all!
It only dropped the ball for me at the 'quick time events' that requires a series of button presses at certain moments to accomplish things. This system only obscured what was going on (because you're looking at the buttons instead of the game), arbitrarily makes you fail some tasks of have to restart, and the buttons pressed themselves have very little to do with what's going on.
A beautiful, moody detective thriller with a supernatural twist would have been excellent. I guess I just have to 'git gud' at all those darn button presses....

by Daniel Steven Oles, USA - Aug 20th 2019
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Alicia Quatermain 4: Da Vinci and the Time Machine Collector's Edition
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Alicia Quatermain 4: Da Vinci and the Time Machine Collector's Edition

Well, the game's surely enjoyable with some nice new features, but the resolution issue is extremely annoying and takes away a lot of the fun: the game field is normal sized, however, dialog boxes and resource information are tiny and extremely hard to read. And I don't wear glasses. So you lose precious seconds trying to decipher objectives (some only appear once you have solved other objectives). I hope they fix this issue soon, high resolution screens won't go away. Other than that, it is a nice addition to the series and I look forward to more installments.

by Trudy296, Germany - Aug 19th 2019
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