Last edited by buemba; 25-11-2011 at 10:22 PM.
Orcs Must Die is a lot of fun - WELL worth £3...
Some levels can be a bit frustrating (unlike most TD games, the hard part is at the start of each level where you're easily overrun - once you've done a few waves the rest tends to be carnage - but FUN carnage).
Took me a good 10 hours to clear the core campaign on the middle difficulty - there's a harder mode and there's a score challenge for each level too - and some DLC if you're still hungry after that...
Portal 2 is $0.19 over my Steam purchase threshold, if I didn't know better I'd think they were playing with me. :) Eh, it'll wait.
Men of War: Vietnam is tempting at that price, especially with a new version of the Dynamic Campaign generator available which is Vietnam-compatible, but I wouldn't play it right away so I think I'll stick to my "no buying stuff just because it's cheap" guns. I've cut my game spending in half on that basis and still have more stuff to play than I remotely have time for, anyway.
My name is Vinraith, and I'm a game hoarder. I've been clean for 2 months...
Last edited by vinraith; 23-11-2011 at 05:18 PM.
Hmm -- interested in both Risen and EYE. On the other hand, I must save some ideas for Christmas...
If it makes you feel any better, I just ran over to Matrix and dropped $20 on the new Distant Worlds expansion, which for me really is a much better buy. I'll get worlds more gameplay out of that than I would any four $5 games I might buy in a Steam sale just because they're cheap.
Last edited by vinraith; 23-11-2011 at 05:31 PM.
I'd be up for a Renegade Ops 4-pack if someone from the US is hosting.
(Setting is sadly irrelevant; Vietnam is a couple of shoddy reskins such that it's basically impossible to differentiate from the WW2 games)
Why doesn't Steam have any RPGs?