Reviews by lewis35437

Hearts of Iron IV: No Step Back
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A good DLC

A lot of Paradox's more recent DLC has been a swing and a miss, but this one has had more care and attention put into it. Still overpriced when not on sale, but does improve the game.

by lewis35437, United Kingdom - Jul 7th 2022
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Amnesia™: Memories
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VN

Nice to have some Otome games coming to PC, it's a bit bloated as is typical for visual novels.

by lewis35437, United Kingdom - Jul 7th 2022
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Tales of Arise
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Good JRPG

This is still very much a Tales game so if you didn't like previous titles this one probably won't change your mind, but it's a very good RPG. Works well on Steam Deck too

by lewis35437, United Kingdom - Jul 3rd 2022
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Crusader Kings III: Royal Edition
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Great Grand Strategy

An even better game than the excellent CK2, still a bit pricey at the minute but it's a game that's very easy to get 100 hours out of.

by lewis35437, United Kingdom - Nov 8th 2021
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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy / 逆転裁判123 成歩堂セレクション
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Classics

3 amazing games that are finally available on PC.

by lewis35437, United Kingdom - Mar 21st 2021
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Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series (Telltale Key)
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Fell flat

A promising start and a good soundtrack but ultimately the writing is not the same quality as Telltale's earlier games.

by lewis35437, United Kingdom - Jul 2nd 2019
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realMyst: Masterpiece Edition
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Good update

This is the best way to play Myst today.

by lewis35437, United Kingdom - Apr 12th 2018
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Crusader Kings II: The Reaper's Due
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Good DLC, maybe a bit overpriced.

If you want to make CK2 more difficult this is a fun way to do it - lots of new events and flavour text which improves the flow of the game when you're not constantly warring.

by lewis35437, United Kingdom - Apr 12th 2018
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Torchlight II
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A good alternative to Diablo

Co op works well and it's a very meaty game.

by lewis35437, United Kingdom - Mar 9th 2017
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Epistory - Typing Chronicles
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Good typing game.

A game that uses your typing speed to fight enemies. It's something I haven't really seen outside of Typing of the Dead, and this manages to set itself apart from that by being much more varied in environments and words used. Well worth a play.

by lewis35437, United Kingdom - Mar 9th 2017
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Shoppe Keep
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A decent attempt.

Not as fun or as long lasting as Recettear, but this is still a good attempt to make a shop management game.

by lewis35437, United Kingdom - Mar 9th 2017
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The Escapists
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Couldn't get into it

I don't think it controls very well, and it's too easy to have your progress towards escape wiped out for some minor infraction.

by lewis35437, United Kingdom - Mar 9th 2017
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Deponia
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Not the best puzzles.

A pretty game, but it suffers from a lack of logic in many of the puzzles.

by lewis35437, United Kingdom - Mar 28th 2016
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Among the Sleep
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Something a bit different

Playing a horror game through the eyes of a toddler is a great idea, and this game deserves a purchase because of it.

by lewis35437, United Kingdom - Mar 28th 2016
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Out There: Omega Edition
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Not quite the FTL alternative I was hoping for.

It's an interesting game, but the gameplay is a bit too passive to give it a higher score.

by lewis35437, United Kingdom - Mar 27th 2016
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The Talos Principle: Road to Gehenna
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Great Value

A huge update to a great game. If you liked the base game then you should definitely get this.

by lewis35437, United Kingdom - Mar 27th 2016
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