Scratch & Match
Braid -- 400 MSP
Ilomilo -- 400 MSP
Limbo -- 600 MSP
Thanks for posting this, all three of those games are excellent. If somehow people haven't actually purchased them yet.
Try the demo of Dungeon Fighter first. I wouldn't recommend it -it's really flawed game and gets extremely repetitive with the endless amount of fetch quests...
edit: Arkadian Warriors is 200MSP (50% off) - http://marketplace.x...0807?nosplash=1
I'd cautiously recommend Dungeon Fighter at 400msp. I played through it solo and it's definitely a grind, but there's still a decent amount of fun to be had in it. Expect to be playing for at least 10 hours though. And the levels get repetitive as well.
Lots of good stuff coming soon!
I'll be getting Toy Soldiers DLC and hopefully Happy Action Theater in next weeks DOTW and Publisher sales.
YES! The one thing I'm super excited about is the Toy Soldiers Invasion! DLC. I know it's only a 200msp savings, but I've been waiting forever for that one to go on sale (I was able to get all the others from the trade thread). Can't wait to finally be 100% done with both Toy Soldiers.
Arkadian Warriors 200 MSP
Assault Heroes 200 MSP
Carcassonne 400 MSP
Faery 600 MSP
Geometry Wars 2 400 MSP
Trials HD 800 MSP
right now...maybe price reductions for October...
I remember going through this before haha. Arkadian Warriors, Assault Heroes, and Carcassone are published by Sierra Online, which was absorbed into Activision years ago. Therefore those 3 are sales and part of the Activision Publisher sale. I'm buying Arkadian Warriors. It's a super generic dungeon crawler, but for 200msp I think it's worth it.
GW2 is published by Activision as is also a sale, not a price drop.
Trials HD is more than likely a price drop, and I have no idea about Faery. Because it's 600 and not 800, I'd guess it's a sale of some kind. Though it needs a price drop so it can eventually go on sale and reach the 200-400msp range.
That said, unless I pick up Dungeon Fighter, DOTW is probably a pass for me this week and next (unless I decide to bite on Toy Soldiers). Speaking of, may as well ask now. If I only bought one Toy Soldier game, which would be the better one to get?
Cold War has local co-op for the campaign, so if you have a friend to play with it's a much better buy. Also several minigames, which are mostly fun. But some folks like Tyler prefer the original game's campaign and aesthetic to Cold War's.
Haha EastX beat me to the punch, he knew I'd jump all over that question. The first Toy Soldiers is better by a million miles. It's twice as long and far more challenging and rewarding. Local co-op is one benefit of Toy Soldiers: CW, as is killstreak rewards which are kind of fun. But still, TS1 towers over TS:CW.
Dang, sales are looking good; I need to buy points again.
Gonna get NiGHTs, A World of Keflings, Toy Soldiers (original) and maybe Ilomilo from the scratch-off. Can anyone recommend Ilomilo? What about any of the Toy Soldiers DLC?
Ilomilo is a blast.