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2 people found this review helpful
92.1 hrs on record (39.1 hrs at review time)
An incredible sandbox assassination game. You can follow the game's guided missions or find your own creative ways to take out targets. It's incredibly satisfying to play and the graphics are beautiful. The AI and detail are lacking compared to previous entries in the series but overall it's a super fun way to kill time with plenty of sandbox levels to explore, a variety of challenges and bonus missions, and regular new content to keep things fresh. The way the game is priced on the store is very confusing, though.
Posted August 19.
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54.1 hrs on record (41.1 hrs at review time)
This is essential for VR players, easy access to performance information and the ability to change supersampling values without taking off your headset is a must.
Posted August 8.
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1 person found this review helpful
0.2 hrs on record (0.2 hrs at review time)
It's the free Index Controller demo that you download when you get the new controllers. Download it
Posted July 23.
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2.5 hrs on record (1.4 hrs at review time)
Early Access Review
It's a pretty well-made and fun Auto Chess clone.
Posted June 29.
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46.4 hrs on record (21.3 hrs at review time)
A fantastic game, but depending on your preferences you may not like it as much as the previous entry. Civ V punished you for building wide, making national buildings and policies cost more the more cities you had. Civ VI, on the other hand, changes the dynamic of buildings by forcing them to go into realistically zoned "district" tiles instead of just existing on your city tile. This, coupled with a multitude of other changes, incentivizes creating as many cities as you can manage, which may put off some players but IMO leads to more fun gameplay. The loyalty system is a cool way to punish unneeded war and it gives you a way to take cities without battling by being a super awesome and friendly leader. The amenities system is easier to manage than happiness was in Civ V. And, while the AI is still stupid, diplomacy has been vastly improved with less stiff-looking leader cutscenes, a redesigned diplomacy screen that ditches the weird conversational flow from Civ V, and various ways to reduce your warmonger penalties by justifying wars. The modding support is excellent and the graphics are great. Even despite all these improvements, this game still feels incomplete by itself in comparison to the previous entry. The DLC is pretty much essential. And, as with any Civ game, wait for a sale, the base game isn't worth it at full price.
Posted June 2.
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5 people found this review helpful
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2.3 hrs on record (0.8 hrs at review time)
Early Access Review
Panoptic is super fun. Playing it as the desktop player is one of the most intense experiences I've ever had playing a game against friends, with the atmospheric music getting louder and the yellow light shining all around me when the VR player looks at me. The 3 maps are well made, with a unique geometric design aesthetic. However, as you might expect from an Early Access title, it lacks polish, and it isn't always exactly clear what's going on; for example, when the keyboard player loses, they just get slower until they stop moving, and then it goes back to the title screen; at first, I wasn't actually sure who had won the game. The "Press Action" text that appears when you can press E to blend in should be reworked to tell you what pressing action will actually do. Also if your VR tracking is shaky it can become almost impossible for the Overseer to win, even if they know who the keyboard player is, because it's very difficult to hit the eye laser correctly. But none of those issues stop this from being easily the most creative multiplayer VR experience yet.
Posted May 26. Last edited November 28.
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6 people found this review helpful
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0.0 hrs on record
I can't complain *too* much about this, since it was free for me. This DLC basically gives you 2 fun missions and the rest is unreasonably hard. And not in a satisfying way, just in an incredibly annoying way. Arctic Cruise starts off strong with a level that lets you explore the giant cruise ship. The layout is confusing but it's fine since the whole point is to explore. Until you get to the second mission which basically requires you to memorize the entire layout of the level, or use console commands to cheat your way through (like I did.) Death Wish is also incredibly hard and berating. The game offers an "easy mode" for Death Wish, but it basically takes away the difficulty entirely. The base game was awesome, and the 2 fun missions I got were worth the price of admission, which was free, but I wouldn't really suggest paying for this, unless you really think you'll enjoy Death Wish.
Posted November 21, 2018.
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36.4 hrs on record (24.7 hrs at review time)
This has got to be one of the best platformers I've ever played. Awesome retro cartoon art style, satisfying bosses, huge open maps to explore, a decent amount of collectables, and all-around plenty of charm and funny writing add up to create the first Kickstarter nostalgia game that's actually good aside from the nostalgia value. And it has great modding support, making it easy to download and play custom levels and mods. It's a little short for the price, though, with only about 8-10 hours of gameplay to 100%. I got it from Humble Monthly and it alone was worth the $12 I paid that month. Buy this on sale if you like platformers.
Posted November 21, 2018.
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9.2 hrs on record (8.8 hrs at review time)
This game is basically essential for any VR owner. You get to draw cool stuff in VR and then look at other people's drawings and feel worse about yourself. It's totally worth it, even at full price. The drawing toolset is top notch, with plenty of brushes to choose from, and plenty of options to share and export your creations.
Posted November 21, 2018.
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0.4 hrs on record
It's just a tiny 15-minute tech demo to show off Source's then-new HDR rendering. It looked amazing at the time and still looks nice today, but don't expect much in the way of unique gameplay.
Posted July 12, 2018. Last edited July 12, 2018.
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