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Total War: WARHAMMER II
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Total War's Magnum Opus

This game is simply excellent. The races, weapons, magic, units, gameplay, graphics are all so lovingly created for the game that it's a joy to behold two armies systematically destroy one another on the battlefield, but it is the unique feature of combining warhammer 1 with warhammer 2 (and the upcoming warhammer 3) into a massive world of conflict that is the most impressive feat of all. The map is truly alive with so many warring factions and variables that I have never seen the same game play out twice. The battle animations are stunning too for all of the various races in the game. Anyone who loves Tolkien and fantasy literature should be able to find something to enjoy here (providing you don't mind scores of enemies trying to kill you). One of my favourite games of all time. Looking forward to the final installment of the series.

by robindavies, Canada - Jul 12th 2020
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Bounty Train
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Interesting Era and Game for Train Travel

I have to admit, I enjoyed this game even though it's not perfect. It's unique enough that it stands alone for the subject matter. Although it can be repetitive at times doing runs with the trains, I found enough variation to keep my interest for a while, and enjoyed upgrading to faster and better trains with built in defenses. You also hire staff to work on the trains to fight off bandits, warrior bands and anyone else who starts firing at you. Deliver people and goods to make money and grow your empire. It's a great way to spend some down time and if you like old trains, and the American Civil War era as a setting, you'll probably enjoy it too..

by robindavies, Canada - Jul 12th 2020
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Europa Universalis IV: Conquest Collection
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Another Great Addition In the Series

I have been playing this series since the early days of Paradox with EU2. Since then, the game has gone on to be a much loved and played title which has the added bonus (much like the old Europa Universalis) of continuing your game and dynasty from Crusader Kings II. How cool is that? You can take a struggling small noble family in the Viking Age and follow their legacy as they build a country and then an empire to rival the other great nations of the world. Anything can happen. With EUIV, the ability to export a CK2 game and then explore a randomly generated North and South America offers enormous deployability, with nearly culture or nation of the time free to play. Love history and haven't tried it? Time to try the game. Just ended your awesome story of your dynasty in CK2? Get the DLC exporter and get set to guide your house through a new era.

by robindavies, Canada - Jul 12th 2020
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XCOM 2: War of the Chosen
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Great addition to XCOM2

Loved the base game and this is a must-have for anyone who enjoyed it. Includes the hunters and zombies in the campain and really offers a different challenge in gameplay. It really only enhances the gameplay of the vanilla XCOM2, and so should not be missed if you enjoyed either XCOM 1 or XCOM 2. Highly recommend, even if you aren't a big sciFi fan but you do like tactical comabt games.

by robindavies, Canada - Jul 12th 2020
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XCOM 2
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Excellent Game of Futuristic War

This game is an excellent follow-up to X-COM, and has really enhanced gameplay with the sequel. Tactical combat is still very much the same, but new variables are added that really freshen up th game, with zombie hordes that kill friend and foe alike and alien hunters that seem to show up at the most inopportunte times. The story is decent too, great graphics, tons of DLC and even more DLC from the workshop mods (Like the excellent Long War mod, which completely revolutionizes the game). Even if you aren't a huge fan of sci-fi, if you ever thought it would be fun to be in command of a heavily armed squad in a futuristic urban envirnment that gets destryoyed around you as the battle rages, this may be for you.

by robindavies, Canada - Jul 12th 2020
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Call of Duty 2
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Call of Duty 2 is one of the best World War II FPS game!

It conveys the war atmosphere very well, thanks to the structure of the levels, the weapons, the graphics and the musical background. The missions are open, giving players some freedom. Switching to the hardest difficulty, the game is pretty hard, but that's how it makes sense to play. The multiplayer mode is simple but satisfying, making it popular to this day. I can recommend the game to all FPS players.

by DANE5ZBOY, - Jul 12th 2020
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Hearts of Iron IV: Together for Victory
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Good If you play UK's colonies a lot

It's good If you play as Canada or India or something, otherwise it doesn't bring a lot to the table. It brings a new feature: The spearhead, which I have yet to see see someone actually use it.

by Sime A., Germany - Jul 10th 2020
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Hearts of Iron IV: Waking the Tiger
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A must have DLC

The newly added mechanics in this DLC makes you question why they didn't add this to the base game. None the less, this expansion is amazing

by Sime A., Germany - Jul 10th 2020
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Hearts of Iron IV: Death or Dishonor
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Good DLC

When you produce equipment and then you research new equipment, it used to be that you'd send the old equipment to your puppet, to reduce their autonomy. With this DLC you can convert that equipment into the newly researched one, which saves resources. Vital If you're playing with the Axis. The new focus trees for the Balkans nations is quite nice and historical with options to go alt-historical. I wish Bulgaria was included here, but they only have the generic tree.

by Sime A., Germany - Jul 10th 2020
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Hearts of Iron IV: Man the Guns
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Most immersive expansion

Before, you didn't really focus a lot in the Navy unless you were the UK. And even then, you were basically unbeatable. With this expansion you can make really powerful ships and focus on the navy with other nations, like Germany and Italy and have decent battles with the UK. They really go into detail with the navy in this expansion. Some of the new mechanics makes controlling the naval force SO MUCH easier, a lot of the actions can be automized, whereas before you had to do it manually. It also gives new focus trees for the US and the UK which are quite nice. Now, playing with the US won't be as boring as it used to be. The fun with the US started when you reached 1942 or something similar, when you got the action to invade Germany or Japan.

by Sime A., Germany - Jul 10th 2020
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Hearts of Iron IV: Cadet Edition
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This game has me hooked

I've always watched a lot of YouTube videos about this game and now I get to play it. If you love World War 2 history as much as I do, you'll love this game. Make sure you try to get all the rest of the expansions to spice up the game, also get these mods to enchance your experience: Road to 56, Player Led Peace conferences (For RP reasons, If you RP) and state transfer tool

by Sime A., Germany - Jul 10th 2020
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Stellaris: Apocalypse
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Good with a sale

The addition of the Khan adds enjoyment to the mid game, Although the rest of the content is a little lackluster. Still enjoyable, but wait till a sale to buy, as imo it is not worth full price.

by Granthem, United Kingdom - Jul 8th 2020
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Sid Meier’s Civilization® VI: Platinum Edition
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Huge Improvement

I have played previous installments of Civilization but this is by far the best version I like. good improvement on overall game play and graphics.

by Mohamed X., Maldives - Jul 8th 2020
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Stellaris: MegaCorp
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Economic Update

This DLC changes the way you play the game and manage the economy.

by Mohamed X., Maldives - Jul 8th 2020
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Stellaris: Federations
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New Dynamic

This adds new dynamic to game and it is fun to play feature.

by Mohamed X., Maldives - Jul 8th 2020
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Stellaris: Apocalypse
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Fun Ships

This DLC adds new ship types which are pretty powerful and fun to play with.

by Mohamed X., Maldives - Jul 8th 2020
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Circle Empires
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Really fun, quick mini-RTS

Perfect game if you just want quick, short bursts of golden age RTS action. Can get really lost in it, especially the beginning, but I find it perfect when I just want to quickly jump in and out of a game

by Dubbs09, United States - Jul 7th 2020
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Circle Empires: Apex Monsters!
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No-brainer add on

Can get on sale for less than a dollar, adds monsters/bosses to the main game that help expand it out some

by Dubbs09, United States - Jul 7th 2020
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Layers of Fear
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Great Horror Game

One of the best horror games I've ever played. The graphics are terrific, the game is stunning. The voice acting is amazing, and all the sounds are superb.

by whydoyoucare, USA - Jul 5th 2020
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Joe Dever's Lone Wolf HD Remastered
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Chose Your Own Adventure

A unique game in the style of choose-your-own-adventure novels. The story is interesting and entertaining. Totally enjoyed this game.

by whydoyoucare, USA - Jul 5th 2020
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