It's a good thing, too much death and violence goes by with no fanfare.
Has anyone else got a $5 off voucher thing from Amazon? It's for $5 off an EA title, but today only. You should get one if you bought any downloadable titles from Amazon this year. However, I couldn't actually find anything I really wanted.
anyone have experience with Magic - The Gathering? looking at the deal, the 2012 gold pack (with all of the dlc) is only $5. Also, what's the difference between the 2012 and 2013 versions?
Irrelevant on further examination of the rest of the thread.
Have a little money to spend, what are the best games on Steam for less than £10 right now?
Looking at Endless Space, what is it like?
Haha hotline miami blood is like mario with blood guys,have can that shit get you its beyond me :D
... I take the lives of a few to protect the lives of many. I commit acts of war to preserve the greater peace. I take no joy in killing, but make no mistake; I'll do what needs to be done. Because it's my job. It's my duty. My name is Sam Fisher, and I am a Splinter Cell.
Steam itself also has a way to list all games which cost less than £10. This link should work.
Endless Space is a really decent 4x game... I really like it and they keep updating it....I think it was worth me buying when I did... And I still want to put more time in it...
I also have no real interest in the multiplayer (atleast not intially); so with all that in mind, is getting 2012 Gold edition for $5 better than getting just the 2013 base for $5?
I'm having a hard time believing how poor these sales are. It kind of makes me glad I went mad and bought everything I could possibly ever want a year or two ago because now the same things are coming up again, and instead of being cheaper as you'd expect them to get over time they're now actually more expensive. Did a group of publishers stage a 'these huge sales have got to stop' intervention for Gaben or something?
Anyone have any thoughts on Towns? I know it's still in beta but am curious for fellow RPS readers thoughts.
Its very much what if minecraft was isometric and had you commanding a village rather than one guy in first person, once you figure out to make the people survive and get lots of personal rooms you have so much manpower jobs get done pretty much as you suggest them, but you constantly have to watch out for immigrants dying on the way to the safety of your walls, turning into ghosts and haunting your roads in an horrific feedback loop...
Its actually pretty compulsive, especially if you can enjoy the hamster cageness of people doing what you have made possible, maybe not in the order you'd like, but getting around to it eventually.
I like it, but I'll rage quit and delete my towns ^_^