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Patrician III
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Tropico 5
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Pole Position 2012
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Racing Manager 2014
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Total War: ROME II: Emperor Edition
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Eh WORST Total War Title to date

Im a Total War Series junkie, so I had to buy this, but this is by far the worst one to date. The dynamics are bellow average. Your army must be with a general at all times which is obnoxious for garrisons, and you are limited to a number of generals and agents which makes this addition even worse. Both Generals and agents have an unusually short lifespan so by the time you rank them up, they die.

Campaign map movement is also odd, where you cant move into an enemy's line of movement even to challenge them, and therefore spend 3 turns moving what should have been one.

Probably the worst thing is the "region/province" building settings. Basically you can't fully build or qualm a region unless you own all the regions of a province, and while some of the provinces are semi historically accurate, many are absurd. More over it just makes it a pain in the ass to conquer, esspecially if an ally owns part of the province.

The battle interfaceface is also really subpar, though defending towns is brilliant and how they should have been doing it for years. The new army stance thing is pretty cool too.

They seam to have borrowed some things from Civilization V, like whole armies just walking over water.

Overall, I'm just upset with how this turned out and will probably stick to Shogun 2

by Sachem131, USA - Sep 19th 2014
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Tropico 5
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Russian Front
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Omerta: City of Gangsters
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Omerta: The Japanese Incentive DLC
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Omerta: City of Gangsters Gold Edition
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Jagged Alliance: Back in Action
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The Walking Dead
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Great game

This game is really good. It's very dynamic, with lots of different choices that all affect the outcomes of different situations. And the art style is very unique and works really well for the story being told

by RoundhouseToTheFace, USA - Sep 18th 2014
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Might & Magic X - Legacy Deluxe Edition
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Nothing Magical, but a mighty effort.

I got this to play a classic First person grid RPG, something similar to Legend of Grimrock. The adventure seemed promising but as soon as you leave the first town, enter the worldmap and try to enter other dungeons it constantly crashes. Apparently it has something to do with the 64bit version, but I'm tired of recent games not beeing debugged like they used to, I'm not being payed as a playtester, I'm just looking for some fun, not endless bug fixing…Didn't expect this from a Ubisoft release…
Anyway, I did persevere and played on 32bit with downscaled graphics (specially in the open maps to avoid lag), Although the game has funny details (air bass guitar playing sharks?) and quests, the open world is filled with dead ends if you have a low level party, therefore you have to figure out the right order to do the quests or you'll wander around aimlessly as much tougher enemies grind through your defenses. but a relatively monotonous storyline all the way to Karthal…
The third act does pay off and the game actually starts realizing it's full potential with the harder and more imaginative free DLC. You have to sneak out of a prison and fight your way through hard terrain (sometimes you can't reach the enemy because he's throwing arrows at you from higher ground). All in all it's a 100 hour endeavor with endless lore, and actually one of the harder quests require you to memorise the names of the 8 corners of this imaginary world.

by Alleycat, France - Sep 17th 2014
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The Walking Dead: 400 Days
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Towers of Altrac - Epic Defense Battles
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Broforce
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Scourge: Outbreak Ambrosia Bundle
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Jagged Alliance: Flashback
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Concursion
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Wargame: Red Dragon
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