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 91 
 on: February 05, 2016, 08:41:56 PM 
Started by Caine - Last post by ROTC1983

Quote from: Blackjack on February 05, 2016, 06:28:05 PM

Publisher 2K wants to have its XCOM 2 cake and eat it too....
https://twitter.com/2K_UK/status/695577804499456001

That is awesome!  Now I am hungry frown

 92 
 on: February 05, 2016, 07:42:42 PM 
Started by CeeKay - Last post by EngineNo9
You can also go one step further for Pirates or Ninjas,
and then another to Cards Games or Fighting,
then Investigate or Run,
then Sports or Spooky,
then Guns Blazingn and Sneak Around,
then Jump Across or Ride Dragon,
and on and on...?

 93 
 on: February 05, 2016, 07:08:08 PM 
Started by CeeKay - Last post by Caine
Guessing that the lack of weekend sales was a hint for this:
Main page


The page offers two links with the promotions below, but like the main sales, all prices are set now and will remain at their lowest price until the end of the sale.



Sales Items
Salt - 34% off. Sale price $9.89  Steam user score - 88% positive in 653 reviews
Reveal The Deep - 51% off. Sale price $0.49  Steam user score - 90% positive in 424 reviews
DisneyÇóPixar Finding Nemo - 75% off. Sale price $2.49  Steam user score - 81% positive in 11 reviews
SUNLESS SEA - 40% off. Sale price $11.39  Steam user score - 81% positive in 2,459 reviews
Shutshimi -  off. Sale price $9.99  Steam user score - 84% positive in 33 reviews
BioShock 2 - 80% off. Sale price $3.99  Steam user score - 90% positive in 6,352 reviews
From the Depths -  off. Sale price $19.99  Steam user score - 88% positive in 1,517 reviews
Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas - 50% off. Sale price $7.49  Steam user score - 87% positive in 512 reviews
Depth - 75% off. Sale price $6.24  Steam user score - 87% positive in 8,651 reviews
Depth Hunter 2: Deep Dive - 75% off. Sale price $3.74  Steam user score - 75% positive in 459 reviews
The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human -  off. Sale price $9.99  Steam user score - 87% positive in 63 reviews
Anoxemia - 37% off. Sale price $2.51  Steam user score - 73% positive in 240 reviews
Subnautica - 25% off. Sale price $14.99  Steam user score - 93% positive in 8,862 reviews
Windward - 50% off. Sale price $7.49  Steam user score - 83% positive in 1,361 reviews
BioShock - 80% off. Sale price $3.99  Steam user score - 94% positive in 13,730 reviews
STARWHAL - 60% off. Sale price $4.79  Steam user score - 91% positive in 490 reviews
Blowy Fish -  off. Sale price $1.99  Steam user score - 85% positive in 21 reviews
Shark Attack Deathmatch 2 - 40% off. Sale price $2.99  Steam user score - 82% positive in 303 reviews
Stranded Deep -  off. Sale price $14.99  Steam user score - 83% positive in 13,748 reviews
Crash Dive -  off. Sale price $6.99  Steam user score - 88% positive in 27 reviews
World of Diving - 60% off. Sale price $7.99  Steam user score - 73% positive in 355 reviews



Sales Items
MotoGP15 - 60% off. Sale price $15.99  Steam user score - 77% positive in 140 reviews
Assetto Corsa - 30% off. Sale price $31.49  Steam user score - 87% positive in 6,963 reviews
Bears Can't Drift!? - 20% off. Sale price $10.39  Steam user score - 92% positive in 14 reviews
Next Car Game: Wreckfest - 50% off. Sale price $19.99  Steam user score - 76% positive in 5,523 reviews
BeamNG.drive - 20% off. Sale price $19.99  Steam user score - 86% positive in 3,245 reviews
DiRT Rally - 15% off. Sale price $50.99  Steam user score - 92% positive in 7,260 reviews
Turbo Dismount - 50% off. Sale price $4.99  Steam user score - 93% positive in 3,454 reviews
Euro Truck Simulator 2 - 50% off. Sale price $11.49  Steam user score - 97% positive in 54,431 reviews
Sonic  All-Stars Racing Transformed - 75% off. Sale price $4.99  Steam user score - 95% positive in 7,410 reviews
SPINTIRES -  off. Sale price $29.99  Steam user score - 87% positive in 9,868 reviews
American Truck Simulator -  off. Sale price $19.99  Steam user score - 91% positive in 3,353 reviews
Scania Truck Driving Simulator - 50% off. Sale price $5.99  Steam user score - 78% positive in 417 reviews
Gas Guzzlers Extreme - 80% off. Sale price $4.99  Steam user score - 90% positive in 1,368 reviews
Little Racers STREET - 80% off. Sale price $1.59  Steam user score - 85% positive in 507 reviews
Stock Car Extreme -  off. Sale price $19.99  Steam user score - 91% positive in 286 reviews
Distance -  off. Sale price $19.99  Steam user score - 95% positive in 1,869 reviews
F1 Game Franchise Bundle - 75% off. Sale price $32.49  Steam user score -
Road Redemption - 50% off. Sale price $9.99  Steam user score - 85% positive in 1,905 reviews
Drive Any Track -  off. Sale price $14.99  Steam user score - 93% positive in 190 reviews
Drift Streets Japan -  off. Sale price $6.99  Steam user score - 82% positive in 562 reviews
Carmageddon: Reincarnation -  off. Sale price $29.99  Steam user score - 76% positive in 2,624 reviews
Coffin Dodgers -  off. Sale price $10.99  Steam user score - 75% positive in 323 reviews
Project CARS - 60% off. Sale price $19.99  Steam user score - 77% positive in 5,457 reviews

 94 
 on: February 05, 2016, 06:46:20 PM 
Started by Turtle - Last post by Bullwinkle

Quote from: TiLT on February 05, 2016, 05:41:46 PM

Quote from: farley2k on February 05, 2016, 05:05:12 PM

Although the fact that it hasn't been posted in for over 120 days makes me wonder if there is any interest in the game.

What has there been to post? The game has been kept mostly quiet from the publisher, so we haven't known much. I'm looking forward to it, particularly since they're building upon what was learned from Wolfenstein.

Wolfenstein is what has me interested as well.

The Conan video definitely upped my interest, too, though it's a little bizarre that they're promoting it on that show 3 whole months before release.

 95 
 on: February 05, 2016, 06:28:05 PM 
Started by Caine - Last post by Blackjack
Publisher 2K wants to have its XCOM 2 cake and eat it too....
https://twitter.com/2K_UK/status/695577804499456001

 96 
 on: February 05, 2016, 06:12:48 PM 
Started by Turtle - Last post by Blackjack
Given my motion sickness issues, I shouldn't even pay attention to this.  icon_smile However, I did love Doom I/II in the day, even bought one of those Doom Editor books. And then even with Doom III (pre-Steam) i went to a Best Buy store at midnight (!) after work to nab a copy. It was OK, but I felt like the game was aping some of System Shock II's work (audio logs for storytelling for example), without really having much of any story to say.

I think the struggle with any reboot (and Firaxis' XCOM maybe had the same challenges in 2012) is do you just want to make a carbon copy with system-crushing graphics, or do you want to try to add some new features and innovate a bit, at the possible cost of messing up the original game's magic?

I am glad the Doom reboot still lists co-op multiplayer. I'm not sure I got to enjoy Doom much online in the day as most of us were still struggling with sluggish dial-up modems.

Of course, chances are, the new game would just be a motion sickness vomit simulator for me, but I did love Doom in the day (just to be redundant).  icon_smile I think I had worse motion sickness issues with Wolfenstein and Half-Life after it, rather than in Doom, for whatever reasons.

 97 
 on: February 05, 2016, 06:00:43 PM 
Started by warning - Last post by farley2k



 98 
 on: February 05, 2016, 05:54:25 PM 
Started by warning - Last post by farley2k

 99 
 on: February 05, 2016, 05:41:46 PM 
Started by Turtle - Last post by TiLT

Quote from: farley2k on February 05, 2016, 05:05:12 PM

Although the fact that it hasn't been posted in for over 120 days makes me wonder if there is any interest in the game.

What has there been to post? The game has been kept mostly quiet from the publisher, so we haven't known much. I'm looking forward to it, particularly since they're building upon what was learned from Wolfenstein.

It does seem like the developers listened to criticism after the game's reveal, toning down the yellow color filter and upping the overall color level, though not to the point seen in the original games. Cacodemons aren't grey anymore. They're red now, just like they're meant to be.

 100 
 on: February 05, 2016, 05:33:33 PM 
Started by Turtle - Last post by EngineNo9
I'm really curious if this game will be able to remain interesting over a long period of time.  Watching all of those kill animations gets annoying just watching people play it, I can't imagine having to wait for the same thing to play out for the 50th time.

It also feels a bit like this is just gore porn and maybe not what I want out of a Doom game.

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