Back to the Future $10 at Steam. Played about half of the first one. Is it worth picking up the series?
Can we play the First Templar co-op on one PC or do we need two PCs? I'm tempted to buy it for me and the missus.
Gamersgate has F.E.A.R 2: Project Origin on sale too. 3.38 USD. Thoughts? I really liked the first one but some of the designs in 2 for the soldiers (square and obolong) put me off (judging from the screenshots, that is).
I like FEAR 2! The pacing and level diversity is much better than the original, and it takes itself about 1/3 as seriously (which is great). The fights are fun and frantic (although the gunplay is a bit worse than the original). It does fall into a predictable pattern (shooty shooty shooty spooky), but the momentum of the game overcomes that. Great deal for $3.
I enjoyed my time with it a lot but there is no split screen sadly. The multiplayer servers have been turned off too (though there are workarounds) so it's pretty much a single player experience you're buying.
Grid's good single player, as long as you don't take your pretend cars too seriously.
Last edited by Colonel J; 26-10-2011 at 07:51 PM.
Cryptic Comic (Armageddon Empires, Solium Infernum, six gun saga) have 50% sale for two weeks.
use discount code "neveronsteam".
details here http://bit.ly/rpYG83
So no excuse not to go and get SI - especially as mini-expansion is out.
Buying games you aren't going to play is a waste of money (no matter how cheap they are). Forcing yourself to play games you wish you hadn't bought is a waste of time. Both are best avoided.
I really want to play Solium Infernum with my girlfriend, but $50 is more than I have spent on games so far all added together, and I have bought about 30 games. Between the humble bundles, GTA bundle and various other bobbins, even with the 50% off it seems steep.
Right now I can get 4 newish games for about 25% of what one copy of solium costs, and that's with a 50% off solium code applied.
Never on steam? Fine, never competitively priced? No ta.