Sven Evil
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Old-school gamer since the early 80s. Besides playing and collecting I enjoy talking or writing about games just as much.

2015: Moonmist, Ballyhoo, Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons, Gone Home, The Walking Dead S2, Belladonna, Trine 2 + DLC, Call of Duty: Ghosts, Rayman Legends, Enchanter, Trinity, Cross of the Dutchman, Company of Heroes.
2016: Stationfall, Dawn of War 2 Complete, Castlevania, Game of Thrones, Jurassic Park, Valiant Hearts, Toonstruck, 5th Musketeer, I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream, Leather Goddesses 2, Dreamweb, 3 Skulls of the Toltecs, Kyrandia 2 and 3, Discworld 2, Simon 2, Rochard, Hopkins FBI, Flashback HD, The Feeble Files, Freddy Pharkas, Michonne, Return to Zork, Tormentum, Laura Bow 2, LSL6, SQ5, Ween - The Prophecy, Bargon Attack, Lost in Time, Sherlock Holmes: Serrated Scalpel.
2017: Amazon: Guardians of Eden, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Sherlock Holmes 2: Case of the Rose Tatoo, Starcraft 2: Legacy of the Void, Assassin's Creed, Battlefield WW1, Dex, Ceville, The Little Acre, Dakarta, Drascula: The Vampire Strikes Back, Company of Heroes 2, Deadlight, Her Majesty's Spiffing, Duke Grabowski, Tales from the Borderlands, The Detail, Message Quest, Zork: Grand Inquisitor, Projector Face, King's Quest VII, The Neverhood, Codename Panzers: Cold War, The Bunker, Space Quest 6, Phantasmagoria, Full Throttle Remastered, Blue Force, Make it Indie, Assassin's Creed 2, AC Brotherhood, Leisure Suit Larry 7, Police Quest 2 and 3, Sudden Strike 4, PQ 1 VGA, Codename Iceman, Eco Quest 2, Kelvin and the Infamous Machine, AC Revelations, Detective Grimoire, Distraint, The Silent Age, Kings Quest 1 EGA + AGS, Loom (FM+VGA), Party Hard, Fran Bow, Shardlight, Magicka, CAYNE.
2018: Space Marine: Warhammer 40k, Four Last Things, Alter Ego, Postal Redux, The Wolf Among Us, The Park, CoD: Advanced Warfare, Orwell, The Bureau: XCOM Declassified, Homefront, Phantasmagoria 2, Press X Not to Die, The Dwarves, Call of Juarez: Gunslinger, Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis (FM-Towns), Fascination, Gobliiins, Gobliins 2, Goblins 3, Ringworld - Revenge of the Patriarch, Return to Ringworld, AC 4: Black Flag, Police Quest 4: Open Season, AC Liberation HD, Shadowgate, Spec Ops: The Line, Blue Estate, KQ2 (Sierra+AGD), Gabriel Knight (Orig+25th), Teen Agent, KQ3 (Sierra+Redux), Gabriel Knight 2, Battlefield 3, Cruise for a Corpse, QfG3: Wages of War, Battlefield 4, Pillars of the Earth, For Honor, Battlefield Bad Company 2, QfG 1 VGA, QfG 2, Pony Island, Broken Age, Mimpi Dreams, Hamlet, CoD: MW Remastered, Cibele, Lust for Darkness, Woolfe, CoD MW2, CoD MW3, The Inner Darkness, JUJU, Toren, The Dark Inside Me, Hentai Puzzle, Contrast, Traverser, Marlow Briggs, SS4: Dunkirk, The 39 Steps, Planet of the Apes, Moral King, Whispering Willows, Inescapable, Black The Fall, Freedom Fall.
2019: CoD: Black Ops, SS4: Finland+Africa, Guns Gore&Cannoli, CoD: Black Ops 2+3, SnailTrek, BrambleLash, Raging Justice, The Expendabros, Dawn of War III, Above: The Fallen, A Way Out, Cinders, Drive to Hell, Echoed World.
2020: Shivah, Kathy Rain, Gemini Rue, Nick Bounty, Perky Little Things, Half Past Fate, Angelo and Deemon, Dry Drowning, The Flower Collectors, Some Distant Memory, Metamorphosis, Warfare, Syrian Warfare, Warfare Reloaded, A Short Hike, Little Misfortune, 9 Witches
2021: Black Mesa, Overlord, Olija, Zombotron, Ruiner, Steel Empire, Portal, Fate of Kai, CoD WW2, Sally Face, Lacuna, Inmost, Far: Lone Sails, Planet of the Eyes, Hercule Poirot, Adam Wolfe, Planet Alpha, Hector, Agatha Knife, Saint Kotar, Blazing Dragons, Galador, The Old Blood, Halo Infinite.
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Tomb Raider Series
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Underground kingdom
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Favorite Game
"The rantings of a dead gamer"
"Every second spent with an awful game is a second lost!"

I don't care if a game is Indie or AAA - as long as it is good.

"Some people own too many games"

It is impossible to play more than a few thousand games over a lifetime.

"All online games will die one day"

Each game that requires online servers to be playable will be unplayable one day. Each game that needs external servers for parts of its functionality will loose this functionality one day. External servers will be turned off. It is not a question IF, but only WHEN.

When Gamespy closed its doors, hundreds of games lost their multiplayer functionality. EA turns off multiplayer servers of its games sometimes 2 years after release . When activation servers are turned off, games become unstartable. Single Player games that require a permanent internet connection are the best of the bunch...

Some of my now worthless boxed games: Age of Empires Online, BattleForge, Darkspore, Battlefield 2142, Hellgate: London and a lot MMOs...

"DRM is bad!"

When Steam turns off its servers, your game collection is gone. And no, there won't be a way to still download or even play them.

I already hated those copy protected floppies from the 80s, I hated copy protected CDs and DVDs from the last decade (with systems like Starforce, TAGES, SafeDisc and SecuROM... ), and I hate todays account-bound rental games, where the paying customer is completely depending on the publisher (who can retire or change a game at any time) and the DRM-client provider (like Valve).

Games Republic, Gamesrocket, Gametap, Get Games, Desura, Indie Royale,, Bundle in a Box, Shiny Loot, Gamefly, Direct2Drive and Impulse are just a few closed clients/resellers, often taking their downloads with them. How long will Valve last?

"Don´t preorder."

You buy a product that is not yet finished. It can be good or it can be a complete dud.

"Don´t buy games at release."

A year later you get the GOTY edition with all DLCs, patched and for -75%. The only reason to buy a game at release might be if you want to join multiplayer, which has generally the highest population close after release.

"Older games can be fun, too."

The quality of a game does not always correlate with its release date. While widescreen or 4k screen support, XBox Controller, cloud saves and high-end graphics are good, games without any of those can be fun as well.

"Not every steam friend is a real friend."

You only find out when you need him.

"Games exist to be played, not to help you collect useless digital stuff like trading cards, badges and achievements."

It certainly is fun to receive an achievement (or 100% of them) in a game you enjoy, but for me this will never be the reason I play a game. I have not found a use for badges or Steam levels so far as well.

"Perfect Games"

Replaying a game I initially finished without cheating using a 100% achievement guide is kind of strange for me. I mostly play games for the fun of playing...

all quotes are from Ungi (RIP) and commented by me
Steam Replay 2022
Replay 2022
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12.8 Hours played
Review by Gaming Masterpieces - The greatest games of all time on Steam.

Is this game a masterpiece? Yes, if you dream of becoming a delivery driver like Jason Statham in "The Transporter", then this is the right game for you. Working for an illegal delivery company called Cloudpunk, your job is to pick up parcels and deliver them to their destination. Don't ask questions, don't take too long, never open a parcel, don't ruin your hovercraft on the way. Cloudpunk takes place in a large, multilayered and interconnected futuristic city goverened by a rich corporate elite. You are a young girl coming from the countryside trying to escape poverty, and starting your job at Cloudpunk. Obviously noone has told you that most delivery drivers don't work there longer than... one day.

Guided by the friendly company dispatcher you receive your assignments, pick up the stuff to deliver and transport it wherever requested. Your navigational system helps you to find your way through the city, highways allow fast speed, the traffic is not that bad (probably because hovercars just fly over most traffic jams...) and searching for parking space near your destinations is also not so difficult... most of the time. You have to hand out all parcels personally and by foot. While walking around you can buy food or drugs, clothing, car improvements, find stuff lying around, talk to other (often strange) inhabitants... kind of open-world, although the main delivery missions that are required to advance the story are scripted. Side-quests include talking to an elevator that eats humans or finding items for other people. Anyway, never forget where you have parked your car, or it becomes embrassing.

You deliver a parcel that goes tick-tack... your dispatcher reminds you to make haste and after the delivery there is a large explosion... of course completely unrelated to the delivery you just made, as your nice dispatcher reminds you. Or you deliver a parcel that talks to you... or one that smells rather strong... anyway, never open it. Successful deliveries bring you money (like selling stuff you find or exploring the city), and you can improve your little apartment with nice things. You had to sell the body of your dog, but his AI finds a new home in your car, so you can talk to your dog-car.

Controller and ultrawidescreen work fine.

Fly around a cyberpunk megacity to deliver parcels and follow the story... while finishing many side-quests and also changing the city forever. Not much action, but an interesting story and a cool city to explore.
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Dark Souls series
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Kaze and the Wild Masks (Level 1_2 in speedrun mode)
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