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  1. Assassin's Creed Origins

    I got this for my birthday a while back and just started playing having never previously played an Assassin's Creed before. Wow. Are they all this good?
  2. Hunt: Showdown - Crytek's Horrorgrounds

    not in the alpha/beta/whatever, but watching those videos baffles me as to why Valve aren't doing an open world-y L4D survival/battle royale 'em up. Fools.
  3. Stellaris - "Make Space Great Again"

    It's only really started coming into its own recently, with some cool mods now available in the workshop (Cultural Overhaul which adds extra ethic options to empire creation is a must for me. Lets you go to town on role playing that cool post-revolutionary anarcho syndicalist space commune you always dreamed about. Potent Rebellions Expanded makes unrest more of a problem and buffs rebels considerably, allowing for more emergent situations with breakaway nation states and the ability to sow dissent in rival neighbours. And there's some sweet graphics mods such as Real Space which adds lots of cool system and planet scale effects as well as brand new star types.) Even with the revised combat mechanics it still needs a diplomacy overhaul and more non combat mechanics. Pacifist empires are basically still unfun and boring to play as. They need to integrate espionage and economic systems and it'll go from merely a good game to an absolutely brilliant one. It's getting there though.
  4. Stellaris - "Make Space Great Again"

    It sounds like a pretty big revamp judging by the dev diaries. They're also ditching the multiple FTL types and having everybody start with hyperlanes for a more 'geographic' galaxy with the potential for defensive choke points.
  5. Stellaris - "Make Space Great Again"

    Big update Feb 22nd. Combat overhaul to actually make war more strategic and fun.
  6. SW: Battlefront II

    not bad for a decade-old game m8 FFS
  7. Paradox Strategy Games Megathread

    New update out for Stellaris soon, big overhaul of the combat system. Stoked.
  8. I remember waiting so long for Commandos 2 to be released. Poring over previews in pc magazines. And when it finally turned up, it came in a dvd case instead of the classic enormous pc game box. Mind blower.
  9. Arnold Schwarzenegger's best film?

    Terminator 2 is an absolute cheesefest though. He does a thumbs up when he gets lowered into the lava. As much as I love it, it lacks the depressing nihilism of T1. In T1 they're fighting to preserve a hellish post apocalyptic future of skulls and ruins. That's way cooler than whiney kid and his robot foster dad.
  10. Arnold Schwarzenegger's best film?

    Some of the greatest CG alligators in the history of cinema. What happened to you, Sean.
  11. Arnold Schwarzenegger's best film?

    Where's Eraser
  12. Dishonored 2

    I'd like to stalk my targets atop wintry battlements during snow storms in a post-revoutionary Tyvia first, but imagine the Mievillian potential of a fantastical 'new world' being colonised by settlers from the empire. They could really go to town on the magic vs technology aspect. Pandyssia, son.
  13. Dishonored 2

    I personally love all the Dishonored games and will be so heartbroken if they never make another due to poor sales. I wanna see Tyvia, Morley & Pandyssia. Three more games! Three more games!
  14. Rainbow Six Siege: Outbreak & Year3 details!

    Yeah I've been doing the tutorial situations while I've been waiting for the 40 gig download to complete, they're pretty tense solo. Looking forward to getting online a bit later.
  15. Rainbow Six Siege: Outbreak & Year3 details!

    I picked up the 'complete' version of this on psn for £35, looking forward to getting stuck in this week. Is it still well populated with players? I see them trailing Year 3 content so I'm assuming so.

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