News & Announcements

Stellaris: MegaCorp
 – 

Decent DLC for depth

Worth picking this up on sale, you are locked out of a few features without it.

by Kaiser-e-rum, USA - Jun 23rd 2019
Was this helpful? Yes No

Surviving Mars - First Colony Edition
 – 

ITS AWESOME TO PLAY

Well, i kind of love it too much, the way its handled and the enviroment with DLCs its worth every penny, its few hours only, its sure deep to get consumed inside the enviroment.

by Dalibor R., Slovakia - Jun 23rd 2019
Was this helpful? Yes No

Crusader Kings II: Conclave
 – 

The Council

To many, Conclave is an under appreciated DLC, which makes the game more difficult by increasing the power of a ruler's council. This, however, is incorrect, as the council's power can be pretty easily managed through shrewd planning and placing the most powerful vassals on the council, regardless of their skill. The improved education system is also a huge improvement on the vanilla education system. The improvement on laws also streamlines the game, making management easier, and unlocks new options for realm management, along with the new law voting system, which requires only a majority of the council to approve for the law (5-10 characters), instead of requiring a majority of all of the vassals of the realm to approve it. Playing as a vassal is also improved with this DLC, as it gives more flexibility to those who sit on their ruler's council.

As with all Paradox DLCs, consider purchasing this on sale.

by Stefan V.1, USA - Jun 23rd 2019
Was this helpful? Yes No

Cities: Skylines - Mass Transit
 – 

Much needed transport options you could only get in mods before

It feels like the developers took a look at what the community was doing for themselves, and then lifted a bunch of ideas directly into the game. This is not necessarily a bad thing, support for these features is probably better this way.

Anyway, you get much needed options and controls to influence the transport network of your city. The ability to fine tune is always welcome, and the public transportation side gets a lot of new options. You get all kinds of road options as well, but the car AI is still not the best. Clever road and intersection planning is a must, since putting down some avenues is useless if the AI can't use all the lanes properly.

by Zsolt K.1, Hungary - Jun 23rd 2019
Was this helpful? Yes No

Cities: Skylines - Industries
 – 

Bordering on micromanagement

I have mixed feelings on the contents of this DLC. On one hand, it adds a whole lot of customization options to industrial zones, but at the same time, growing the districts becomes a manual task instead of just zoning out an area. You have to balance production levels lest your factories run dry of materials, and the UI is a bit cumbersome for that. On the other side, the new zones are a great source of revenue, and it adds a lot of tools to visually and thematically customize your city, if you're into that sort of role playing.

by Zsolt K.1, Hungary - Jun 23rd 2019
Was this helpful? Yes No

Europa Universalis IV: Mandate of Heaven
 – 

Good DLC

While expensive, this DLC adds a much more historically accurate portrayal of the Emperor of China and the relationship between emperor and tributary. It also adds useful mechanics to the rest of the world.

It's worth it if on sale, especially if the sale's 50% off or more.

by Stefan V.1, USA - Jun 22nd 2019
Was this helpful? Yes No

Crusader Kings II: The Reaper's Due
 – 

Yersina Pestis

Despite some complaints that this DLC makes the game harder, it makes a good effort at better representing the effect of disease in the Middle Ages. Without this DLC, the "Ill" trait is not even close of an accurate representation to how debilitating illness would be to a ruler. While the amount of diseases are limited, and should be expanded to include more disease categories, the epidemic system is strikingly accurate. The prosperity mechanic is also a good addition to the game.

As always, while this DLC is good, consider buying it on sale.

by Stefan V.1, USA - Jun 22nd 2019
Was this helpful? Yes No

Stellaris
 – 

Quality Strategy Game!

Great space 4X. Love Paradox games, especially since they continue to update them many years after release. Very deep and satisfying game that's only made better by the DLCs.

by Tom R.19, USA - Jun 22nd 2019
Was this helpful? Yes No

BATTLETECH
 – 

Great Mech Strategy Game!

Very deep strategy game with a great campaign. Mechs are very customizable. I love the long range abilities of some of the mechs. Highly recommended!

by Tom R.19, USA - Jun 22nd 2019
Was this helpful? Yes No

Knights of Pen and Paper 2: Deluxiest Edition
 – 

Funny and Fun.

This game is funny and fun to play. The Cheerleader Dwarf Mage had me LMAO when he or she joined my party.

by xenoview, USA - Jun 22nd 2019
Was this helpful? Yes No

Crusader Kings II: Legacy of Rome
 – 

Excellent DLC

This DLC is essential to any CKII player. The addition of permanent armies, Retinues, makes army building much more fun, and the addition of extra flavor and events for the Byzantine Empire and Orthodox religion adds some extra fun stuff. The DLC is also extremely cheap (5 USD), and can be purchased on a sale for less than the price of a cup of coffee.

Overall, this DLC is essential, and I would recommend every CKII player who does not have it to consider investing the price of a cup of coffee into their game to greatly improve their experience.

by Stefan V.1, USA - Jun 22nd 2019
Was this helpful? Yes No

Total War: ROME II: Emperor Edition
 – 

Excellent Game

One of the best games I have ever played. Offers a wonderful and unique experience as well a very large amount of choices. Enjoyable and engaging campaign and battles.

by Ross M.5, USA - Jun 21st 2019
Was this helpful? Yes No

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
 – 

Awesome gameplay

As a call of duty fan, I would say that the game met all expectations. The gameplay is smooth and wonderful. It offers a great campagin and extremely enjoyable and challenging multiplayer experience.

by Ross M.5, USA - Jun 21st 2019
Was this helpful? Yes No

Clutter V: Welcome To Clutterville
 – 

Keep the clutter coming!

Addictive and challenging. I like all the different modes of having to find stuff and the time limit makes the game more enjoyable.

by Hilde Dekesel, Belgium - Jun 21st 2019
Was this helpful? Yes No

Fort Defense
 – 

Good tower defense game

Very easy gameplay. Graphics could be better, but very enjoyable. It's a challenge to pick the right weapons on the right place to win every round.

by Hilde Dekesel, Belgium - Jun 21st 2019
Was this helpful? Yes No

Lost Lands: The Four Horsemen Collector's Edition
 – 

Nice storyline - long gameplay - good puzzles

One of the better hidden object games where puzzles also play a part. Very easy to use map. Nice graphics. It is difficult to find hidden object games with challenging puzzles, but this is one of them!

by Hilde Dekesel, Belgium - Jun 21st 2019
Was this helpful? Yes No

Travel Mosaics 3: Tokyo Animated
 – 

Standard griddler game

Could be more challenging, but enjoyable none the less. Good quality/price. Griddlers should come in different difficulty modes and start at more expert level for experienced players. Mostly the first half of these kinds of games it way too easy.

by Hilde Dekesel, Belgium - Jun 21st 2019
Was this helpful? Yes No

Griddlers Ted and P.E.T. 2
 – 

One of the better griddler games

Is more challenging than other griddlers. Easy gameplay and levels advance in difficulty quicker than other griddlers. It's a shame ther aren't more of these.

by Hilde Dekesel, Belgium - Jun 21st 2019
Was this helpful? Yes No

Mystery Case Files: Broken Hour
 – 

Super nice graphics!

This game intrigued from the beginning. Easy game engine and challenging but clear hidden object scenes. Storyline is interesting.

by Hilde Dekesel, Belgium - Jun 21st 2019
Was this helpful? Yes No

Drawn: Dark Flight Collector's Edition
 – 

Super game!

Everything is nice about this game : graphics, storyline, challenging puzzles & hidden objects. A must-play!

by Hilde Dekesel, Belgium - Jun 21st 2019
Was this helpful? Yes No