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  1. Definitely, but I'm glad they do, otherwise we would never have the amazing mods and TCs we have nowadays. TDM being a perfect example as well, even though real life has the obvious priority for most of the 'staff' now.
  2. The other day I was super impressed with Reman's creation of a Thief-themed Minecraft mod. Today I stumbled on this Harry Potter mod which is equally impressive, though as far as I know still not available yet.
  3. Sundered is the free game on the Epic store this week. Which is described as a hand-drawn metroidvania. https://www.epicgames.com/store/en-US/product/sundered-eldritch-edition/home Positive review on Steam If i could give this a neutral rating i would. The game is fun at times but for the most part its a very forgettable game. The story was boring and the game never tries to make it interesting. The combat is a lot of fun but can get really frustrating. You will most likely die many times but you will get better as you continue. The art work is amazing but the areas are very boring a lackluster. I feel there are many pros and cons to this game but all i can say that if you enjoy a difficult game, fun combat and metroidvania type game than this is a good choice. Negative review on Steam Gameplay loop consists of traveling through rooms filled with 20+ of the same 2 enemies in a 1 button game with no mid air evade. The skill tree is cool but the gameplay loop throws annoying amounts of enemies at you to give you the currency required to make skill tree progression. Boring and tedious, filling the room with 20+ enemies doesn't make something challenging.
  4. Very impressive work, I'll definitely give it a try!
  5. Apart from some that are already mentioned Steampunk games that I enjoyed: - Syberia 1 and 2 (Still haven't gotten to the third yet, but reviews suggest that it doesn't have the same magic) - Myst series - Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs - Blood Omen 2 (the whole Soul Reaver and Blood Omen series is awesome) Steampunk games that I didn't enjoy (a lot): - Bioshock Infinite - Damnation PS. There's a spell mod for Skyrim that takes inspiration from Arcanum and there are also several other steampunk based mods.
  6. Probably not anything soon. They are working on their early access game Scum and also on Serious Sam 4.
  7. Today Shadow Tacticts Blades of the Shogun is the 24hr free game in the Epic Store. This is a stealth game in the style of Commandos and one that I personally enjoyed a lot. The level design is great and it can be a challenge to do everything stealthy, which is kinda necessary because of the sheer amount of enemies. Once you master the mechanics it can be a little bit easy sometimes, but it's still difficult enough to give you satisfaction upon completion, especially in the later levels and if you want to be a complete ghost. https://www.epicgames.com/store/en-US/product/shadow-tactics/home
  8. That's great that this game gave you such an awesome experience. There are not many more games that do, which might be because of the changing industry or becoming older (but very likely the first because I still enjoy old games). I don't mind difficult games, as long as I have the feeling it's something I can improve with practice and it certainly sounds like that this is the case with Sekiro. It's on my wish list so I'll certainly give it try one day. At the moment I'm playing Fallout NV which I never actually finished and I'm having a blast with it. Another game that I really want to try is TheHunter Call of the Wild. I just love nature and wandering in it and the devs of that game did a great job in creating beautiful enjoyable reserves.
  9. This is hypothetical right? Because as far as I know nothing has really been released about it apart from some concept art and setting, which I personally didn't really like a lot as it wanted to be too modern. I also read somewhere that it would focus more on action and we all know how that went with the Thief reboot. It wasn't horrible, but the same feeling from the old games was never reached, for me obviously. So I would say just stick to original ideas, but then again you can't really make a fan version of something that has never been released.
  10. Epic is giving away a free game every day during the holidays. Each give away is just available for 24 hours. As the time frame is so short it wouldn't really make sense to post about every game.
  11. I''ve seen 5 episodes now and am going to watch the last 5 this weekend. If time wasn't an issue though I would have watched them all in one go. What an incredible series and I really hope it will go on for a lot more seasons. All the characters are so strong. Might give the books a try afterwards, but as the series stays pretty close to every book I rather watch the series first and then read the books for extra story.
  12. Epic has another giveaway which wasn't announced, but if Steam reviews are anything to go by, then it's a very good game. The Wolf Among Us From the makers of the 2012 Game of the Year: The Walking Dead, comes a gritty, violent and mature thriller based on the award-winning Fables comic books (DC Comics/Vertigo). As Bigby Wolf - THE big bad wolf - you will discover that a brutal, bloody murder is just a taste of things to come in a game series where your every decision can have enormous consequences. https://www.epicgames.com/store/en-US/product/the-wolf-among-us/home Positive Steam review Telltale Games has once again formulated a remarkable and enthralling adventure game, with a chic noir presentation. A well-written game, appeasing action, and decision-making that feels significant. The Wolf Among Us provides one of the exceptional storytelling that Telltale Games has produced. Negative Steam review The Fables setting is probably the most interesting of all the modern Telltale adventure games; it's too bad the story is pretty dry. The lack of player choice is even more apparent than in other titles, likely because the flaws in the story itself are pretty obvious. The characters are great; it's a shame they're not utilized more effectively. Overall rating Overwhelmingly positive Personally I'm not a big fan of the Telltale games (just played the Walking Dead series) as the game(s) give(s) you a sense of choice, but in the end those choices lead to the same outcome. So even though you have different choices, the main story remains pretty much the same. Of course it takes a lot more time to create multiple main story lines but IMO don't say that choices matter then. Just my two cents and I haven't played this one, so it might be better.
  13. Watched the first episode and am hooked again right away. Shame it's just 10 episodes...
  14. I'm a big fan of the sci-fi genre and today the 4th season of The Expanse has been released. I've followed the series from the start on the Syfy channel and was suprised and sad when it got cancelled after three seasons. Luckily Amazon picked it up after a fan petition and renewed it for a 4th and 5th season. I'm planning to subscribe to Prime during the holidays to continue watching it, but I was wondering if any of you have already started watching the 4th season and can tell me if it's just as good or even better as the previous seasons (without spoiling anything obviously).
  15. Carnage

    Game Awards 2019

    2019 has been a great year for games, but unfortunately because of lack of time my wishlist is ever expanding... I'm hoping for some great deals during the Steam Christmas sale to give some of these titles a try. I've heard great things about Sekiro. Is it necessary to play it with a controller STiFU or does it work well with a keyboard and mouse as well? I'm hoping 2020 brings a few more stealthy games. Any news on that front?
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