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Hell Let Loose
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A mixed blend of old school WW2, Squad, and Day of Infamy.

With an avid interest in WW2 shooters - Hell Let Loose is a great game with an active development team, working hard to consistently improve their product. It is compared a lot with Post Scriptum (the WW2 game, from the developers of Squad), but to me Hell Let Loose takes the cake.

The gunplay feels inspired by Red Orchestra, which I rate as the best WW2 team-based FPS to date, and the multi-crew tank and fixed-weapon combat is very fulfilling: even when playing as the loader for a heavy artillery piece back at your home base. It feels as if you are contributing to an overall team effort.

As of writing this review, I would highly recommend anyone wishing to get started in more milsim style shooters, especially those disappointed with the release of BFV last year.

TL:DR - A solid FPS with a nice enough community, and historical authenticity.

by Ryan J.39, United Kingdom - Jul 28th 2020
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Destroy All Humans! Skin Pack
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Destroy All Humans! Skin Pack
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Destroy All Humans!
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DARK SOULS™ II: Scholar of the First Sin
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Dark Soul

It is a really Good Game and it was worth buying it

by Deepak J., India - Jul 27th 2020
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Spacebase Startopia Extended Edition
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Othercide
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DARK SOULS™ II: Scholar of the First Sin
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Great Game!

This Game is very bad. The controls suck and the gameplay is boring.

by Jake.6, - Jul 26th 2020
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Sid Meier’s Civilization® VI: Gathering Storm
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A solid expansion, even if a bit pricey

This expansion is better than Rising Storm in my opinion. It's analogous to Brave New World for Civilization 5. The new systems for strategic resources and diplomacy are big upgrades. There's also a new World Congress and weather system. Unfortunately, the World Congress seems less effectual than in Civ V due to it's added randomness, but it's still better than nothing. As a small plus, though, the congress is available much earlier in the game. The weather additions are a bit more effectual (especially later game) and are reasonable balanced. The 8 new civilizations introduced all have tons of flavor and different playstyles (especially the Maori and Incas). There really isn't anything to complain about on that front. Really, the biggest issue this expansion has is its price. $40 is quite a substantial amount of money. It's still worth it, though, in my opinion, especially if you can get it on sale.

by Jackson H.1, USA - Jul 26th 2020
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Edna & Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes
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Fun point-and-click adventure in the vein of Deponia

If you enjoyed Deponia or any adventure game from these developers in general, I think Edna & Harvey is a clear recommend. For people new to the genre, it is also a pretty good one to start with; not too complicated. While it isn't my absolute favorite point-and-click game but is a lot of fun and is up there.

by Alex K.38, USA - Jul 26th 2020
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Desperados 2: Cooper's Revenge
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Let-down after Desperados 1, but has its merits

Unfortunately for this game, it suffered severe budget cuts during production and is clearly not finished as envisioned by the developers. In particular it is a big let-down compared to the first (amazing) Desperados game, with everything from graphics to tactical opportunities to story to dubbing seeing downgrades. On the other hand, when not compared to its predecessor it is still a fun experience and it does have a bit of its own unique feel that helps make it worth a try.

by Alex K.38, USA - Jul 26th 2020
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Desperados: Wanted Dead or Alive
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Amazing stealth/tactics classic!

Desperados is a very high quality tactics/stealth game from the 2000s, with an awesome Western theme and a great cast of characters. It far surpasses its sequel (although the recent Desperados III is a nice return to form). This classic is still fun in 2020 and for me is a clear 5/5 stars and worth a buy.

by Alex K.38, USA - Jul 26th 2020
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Dying Light
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Next Gen Zombie Activity

I've bought this game for Xbox One when it came out. Later I bought it for PC on Steam, and now I bought it for a friend. Dropkicking Zombies revolutionary, such a stupid concept but amazingly included. Buy it cheap, buy it now whatever you want. I enjoy this and can't wait for Dying Light 2

by Ks H., - Jul 26th 2020
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CODE VEIN
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Code Vein

Pretty good game. Similar to Dark Souls but just enough differences in order to set it apart.

by enesup, United States - Jul 26th 2020
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Shadows: Awakening –  Legendary Armory Pack
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Cool armor sets for Shadows Awakening

If you like the look of the armors, I'd say it's worth the purchase at this small price. Obviously the game stands alone without this, but if you want to add a few more options and support the devs, it's a buy.

by Alex K.38, USA - Jul 25th 2020
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Cities: Skylines - Coast to Coast Radio
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Pleasant, relaxing coastal music!

One of my favorite music/radio packs for Cities Skylines! Some very nice, soothing tracks that are generally pleasant in tone and let you relax while building. You can sample the tracks on Youtube to see if you like them, for me it was another great addition to the game's options and atmosphere.

by Alex K.38, USA - Jul 25th 2020
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Cities: Skylines - Content Creator Pack: Modern Japan
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Japanese-style additions to Cities Skylines

This content pack does what it says on the tin, adding a multitude of Japanese-styled buildings to this great game. If you liked the other content packs and Japanese city districts sound appealing to you, it's a buy.

by Alex K.38, USA - Jul 25th 2020
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The Walking Dead: Michonne - A Telltale Miniseries
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Interesting Walking Dead spinoff

This miniseries does not follow Clementine or your other favorite characters from the main series Walking Dead games. Noting that, it does a good job getting you to care about Michonne and the rest of the cast, and has that familiar well done Walking Dead atmosphere and integrated gameplay. Definitely recommended for fans; it is strong, if not quite as strong as Seasons 1 and 2.

by Alex K.38, USA - Jul 25th 2020
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The Walking Dead: Season 2
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Amazing followup to Season 1

Great continuation of the story from Season 1, following Clementine (and another key character from the first season!) as they try to survive. In my opinion, arguably as strong a season as the original.

by Alex K.38, USA - Jul 25th 2020
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March of the Eagles: French Unit Pack
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Visual upgrade to French units in MoE

Another nice Paradox cosmetic DLC, this time adding new visuals to units like the Cavalerie and other French units. For me, it helps with the game's aesthetics and overall atmosphere, and makes it more interesting for me to play. Thumbs up, although note that it obviously does not affect any gameplay systems and is thus definitely optional.

by Alex K.38, USA - Jul 25th 2020
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