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Zombie Night Terror
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Brainy Lemmings

WIth all the gore and 8 bit love for childhood memories there is a leming like game!

by Jos B., Netherlands - Dec 5th 2019
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A Blind Legend
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Innovation!

A game that solely relies on audio. Innitally a project for a game for the visually impaired. I am so glad they got this experience for us all!

by Jos B., Netherlands - Dec 5th 2019
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Cities: Skylines
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Perfect

Easy purchase for first time user! Love the game and got it at a decent price here

by Rootesh U., Mauritius - Dec 5th 2019
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Edna & Harvey: The Breakout - Anniversary Edition
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Edna & Harvey: The Breakout - Anniversary Edition
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Darksiders Genesis
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Hearts of Iron IV: Man the Guns
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Good naval expansion

Good expansion that fits with HOI4's naval rework and also offers a few alternate history paths. Worth the purchase.

by Alex K.38, USA - Dec 5th 2019
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Cities: Skylines - Mass Transit
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Great Cities Skylines DLC!

Doesn't add trams, which are in Snowfall expansion, and things like taxis are in After Dark expansion. But it does add many other options to spice up the transportation side of the game including ferries, monorail, blimps, etc.

by Alex K.38, USA - Dec 5th 2019
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Hearts of Iron IV: Axis Armor Pack
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Nice tanks for Axis powers

Cosmetic DLC for Japanese, Italian, and German tanks and some other heavy vehicles. Adds nice (and interesting) visual variety to the game, worth the price.

by Alex K.38, USA - Dec 5th 2019
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Cities: Skylines - Natural Disasters
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Fun DLC about natural disasters and destruction

Gives some new gameplay challenges to deal with, such as fires and tornadoes, and finally makes it possible to epicly destroy the city you built. Lots of fun added to Cities Skylines.

by Alex K.38, USA - Dec 5th 2019
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Cities: Skylines - Green Cities
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One of the best Cities Skylines DLCs

Definitely one of the best DLCs in Cities Skylines - adds a lot of new "green"-related things like recycling, water treatment, etc. that fit seamlessly with the base game and just provide more options and spice in regular gameplay.

by Alex K.38, USA - Dec 5th 2019
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Hearts of Iron IV: Radio Pack
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Really great music pack for HOI4

Missing some key songs you would expect, like "Erika" and "No Umi Yukaba", but is still a great selection overall and really helps add flavor during the game.

by Alex K.38, USA - Dec 5th 2019
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Cities: Skylines - Industries
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Nice addition to industry aspect of Cities Skylines

Greatly fleshes out the industry side of Cities Skylines, including production lines and industrial districts. Vanilla version has some issues with truck congestion, but this can be resolved with the Rebalanced Industries mod. Overall not too much micromanagement, and definitely fun.

by Alex K.38, USA - Dec 5th 2019
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Cities: Skylines - Parklife
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Parks!

Allows conversion of weirdly-shaped road junctions into useful and aesthetically pleasing parks! What's not to like?

by Alex K.38, USA - Dec 5th 2019
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Cities: Skylines - Campus
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Smaller, but very fun DLC for Cities Skylines

Doesn't touch the primary and secondary school systems, but the expansion to college is great. Very immersive if you ever wanted to design your own university and related things like varsity sport, etc.

by Alex K.38, USA - Dec 5th 2019
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Cities: Skylines - Concerts
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Small DLC for a bit more spice

Very small DLC, but priced accordingly. The new music festival building isn't used very often, but this does add some more spice to Cities Skylines for cheap. Recommended on sale.

by Alex K.38, USA - Dec 5th 2019
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Grand Theft Auto V: Premium Online Edition
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Worthy upgrade over base edition

You don't need me to tell you what GTA V is. Let's focus on the Premium Online Edition. It includes the single player mode, the multiplayer mode and a starting boost (the Criminal Enterprise pack) for online play.

The Criminal Enterprise pack helps with progression not by skipping gameplay, but by giving you some tools to make it less grindy. If your goal is buying and customizing sports car, armored vehicles, clothes and luxury penthouses, you will need to acquire money. Instead of being forced to run the less rewarding activities at the start of the game, the pack allows you to access a wider variety of jobs, thus making the process of acquiring money less tedious.

Of all the contents of the pack, the most important items are: an office building (in a perfectly good spot in town), which allows you to unlock VIP work and some of the most lucrative activities; a bunker, which is in a very bad spot and you will want to move out of it, but will allow you to rack in some cash nonetheless and to play some of the Gunrunning missions; a biker club completed with an illegal business (not the best, but nice to have), which will generate money while you are doing something else and, again, will unlock a series of biker gang missions and activities; a sports car (very fun to drive in my opinion) to expedite movement around the city; a helicopter (not weaponized, but still will help a lot in reaching all the locations); a cheap house and garage, useful if you want to start buying some nice cars without forking out a lot of money upfront for infrastructure: $!M, which again allows you to buy one of the lucrative business right away.

For instance, a basic convenience store robbery will net you $2k and a gang attack will net you $5k, while a VIP mission (unlocked right away with the Criminal Enterprise pack) will net you around $15k and a bunker sale will reward you with not less than $75k after costs are taken into account.

In my opinion the benefits are tangible, but as the game progresses and more content is added, ways to acquire money are also more abundant and more accessible even to lower level players. I wouldn't drop an extra 10 or 15 USD on the premium pack, but for a couple dollars it will remove the need for unrewarding activities at the beginning of the game and make them an option instead, which is a good tradeoff in my book. Get it on discount.

by Enrico B., Italy - Dec 4th 2019
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SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays - Deluxe Edition
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SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays
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Pillars of Eternity - Definitive Edition
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One of the best

An absolute gem of an RPG, one of the best ever, in the company of Baldur's Gate and the like.

by Vinken, Belgium - Dec 4th 2019
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