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Borderlands 2: Game of the Year Edition Icon
Nice
by blackfox, Austria - Jan 31st 2018

A really good edition for Borderlands 2 but if you want all Dlcs get the complete edition

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Borderlands 2 Complete Edition Icon
Good
by blackfox, Austria - Jan 31st 2018

If you want Borderlands 2 buy this edition you will get all story dlcs for a good price

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LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues Icon
Great with gamepad
by Stefan Timbus, Sweden - Jan 31st 2018

Bought a cheap PS gamepad and game works great. Much fun!

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Borderlands 2: Mercenary Day Icon
Winter dlc
by blackfox, Austria - Jan 31st 2018

Its a solid dlc, the story is not very special but fun

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Borderlands 2: TK Baha's Bloody Harvest Icon
Halloween dlc
by blackfox, Austria - Jan 31st 2018

A very short dlc but you can have a lot of fun with it

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Borderlands 2: Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 2 Icon
Cool
by blackfox, Austria - Jan 31st 2018

A cool dlc for Borderlands 2 you will get 11 more character levels

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Borderlands 2: Wattle Gobbler Icon
Thanksgiving
by blackfox, Austria - Jan 31st 2018

If you cant get enough from the main game its good dlc

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Borderlands 2: Wedding Day Massacre Icon
Valentine
by blackfox, Austria - Jan 31st 2018

A valentine themed dlc, its not long but killing robots is fun

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Borderlands 2: Sir Hammerlock vs. the Son of Crawmerax Icon
Nice little story
by blackfox, Austria - Jan 31st 2018

It has a good length and the story is nice

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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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Europa Universalis IV: Common Sense Icon
Quite fine
by Ɓukasz R.2, Poland - Jan 30th 2018

Fine add-on, for quite a nice price,but wouldn't recommend buying it without a discount.

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Europa Universalis IV: The Art of War Collection Icon
The top priority DLC to get in expanding your EUIV experience
by I M.2, Czech Republic - Jan 30th 2018

Whether you are short on cash or you are not sure about investing a lot of money into EU IV, rest assured this is the (quite probably the only one or one of two) DLC you should definitely own. War becomes suddenly a quite different experience with this one on as it offers revamped peace mechanics, using subjects' casus bellies, mothballing specific fleets and much much more.

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Europa Universalis IV Conquest Collection Icon
A game so deep you will have to try not to get drowned
by I M.2, Czech Republic - Jan 30th 2018

TL;DR This collection is the best pick for people without the game looking to get into the game.
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This game is a no-brainer for any strategy fan or history buff but it can provide a lot of fun even to people who do not belong to either of these groups. Whole books could be written about all the positives and (deep) mechanics this game has to offer so instead I will tell you a little bit about its sole negative.

If there is one con about EU4, it is the DLC galore it comes with. The DLCs are often nice to have as they add a lot of features, but usually they are not necessary. This being said, it is also quite nice to get a head start and get a collection. At the time being, Paradox did not update its collection for quite a while but after doing a hefty research I came up with the fact, this is the best way to start your EUIV "career". And so I did. And so should you.

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Hearts of Iron IV: Colonel Edition Icon
History
by Jeffrey O.1, USA - Jan 30th 2018

Its a good game, a bit pricey, with the "packs" they come with but it is fun, combat goes as deep as you want it to.

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Stellaris: Leviathans Story Pack Icon
Helps with the late game lacking
by Victor G.13, Bulgaria - Jan 30th 2018

Trying to enjoy the game, but in the mid-game you get spammed with "RESOURCE STOCKPILE IS FULL!" and you see your minerals being full, no matter what you do? This helps by making your credits give you problems instead.
So far as I have seen, this DLC has 3 main features:
-First of all, you have some spooky creatures floating around the galaxy... and they aren't really friendly. When you manage to defeat them, they pretty much give your fleet steroids (insane armour and weapons tech)
-Second is the enclave system. There are a few outposts scattered across the galaxy, which if found can allow for some communication and trading. There are 3 types of enclaves, each with their own benefit to the empires that find them.
-The war in heaven (which actually isn't in Heaven) is supposed to make the lackluster late game offer more variety. Basically at the start of the game ( if you didn't turn them off in the settings ) you can find some fallen empires - they are ancient empires who have lost a lot of their former lands, but are still in a very good shape in terms of technology and power. Once they awaken, they become a little bit more hostile and declare war on everyone. With the DLC, they go to war with each other and you can choose a side ( they will be angry if you don't ).
I played without any DLC and struggled a lot, then I found out this DLC is a thing and the game is much more enjoyable when you don't get spammed by notifications about full stockpiles.. plus the other things like the guardians that float around the galaxy.

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Stellaris: Utopia Icon
Lovely addition
by Victor G.13, Bulgaria - Jan 30th 2018

DEPTH! No, not the game, but that is sort of what this game actually lacked.
My favourite part are the ascension perks. TL:DR they are what you get when you complete a tradition tree. Their benefits are pretty universal and you choose one yourself - be it border range, research speed or something much more grandeur.
Other thing this DLC provides are new government types. Most are pretty... radical. Another allows you to give your species friends. That is a pretty big gap between eating others and giving your species friends. Not a big fan of eating aliens tho.
Next.. Right, indoctrination. In the base game, you're allowed to uplift species that are both on your own planets, or on their separate worlds. Usually they get other.. ideas, or ethics, which ends up messing up with your factions. Indoctrination prevents that by "forcing' them to adopt your ethics.
The advanced slavery part is what allows you to eat other aliens.. But it offers more things too, like domestic servants.
Habitats and Megastructures are the "grandeur" things that I mentioned earlier. They cost a lot AND take forever to be built, but their yields... are amazing. Science, credits, your own planets in a way. (Keep in mind ringworlds count towards your cored systems limit).
This is way too mandatory to be left aside. Well, not really, but what it offers is what the game needs for the depth. Much better when coupled with the Leviathans story pack.

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Europa Universalis IV: Cradle of Civilization Collection Icon
Interesting mechanics
by Cristi P., Romania - Jan 29th 2018

Wouldn't call this a "must buy", but if you've already got the more essential DLC and find yourself getting bored with the game, the new drilling & army professionalism mechanics give you something extra to micro-manage so you don't just twiddle your thumbs in-between wars.

Or if you plan on playing a muslim nation, then I bet you'll find a lot more depth there, though I'd suggest you find a list of features contained in the paid DLC that didn't make it into the free patch, to decide for yourself if it's worth the asking price.

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