I'm not seeing that for the dragon bundle.
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Posted by agentghost on 28 February 2015 - 07:40 PM
Last Remnant is $3.99 on gamestop if you have GS credit you wanna burn
Passing on it, people say its not that great a JRPG but maybe if you are desperate or something
it's more of a tactical game in the guise of JRPG. Great game and the PC port scale great in 4k resolution on my GTX 970 (via DSR).
the price however is not too attractive. I think it has been cheaper before and many got it for $1 from the past Square Enix bundle
Posted by agentghost on 28 February 2015 - 04:53 AM
Fans of The Operative: No One Lives Forever and NOLF2: A Spy in H.A.R.M's Way ... shed a tear. It was so close to being revived and getting a full port to Steam, courtesy of necro-divers, Night Dive Studios. Alas, it's lost in a three-way tug-of-war among disinterested mega-publishers.
should have been on GoG and should have had a Remastered done..
Posted by agentghost on 27 February 2015 - 10:21 PM
I dunno. Again, never played any other Paradox strategy games other than EU4 so far. I based my decisions off this.
CK2 is easiest. It's just family relation mostly. EU4 has that and a bit more complexity on top.
Victoria is the pain in the a$$ btw.
HIghly recommend Distant World. It's the flawless, unsung, underappreciated gem on this generation. It's rarely on sale, VERY EXPENSIVE and I was tempted to get it via Russian discount prior the region lock
Posted by agentghost on 27 February 2015 - 10:15 PM
Yes, EU4 is the easiest to get into and that's what I started with. I actually haven't played any of the others, although I'm interested in CK2 now. There's a free weekend going on right now, so you can give it a shot. Make sure to play the tutorial, if its still confusing try watching some Let's Plays. Its a little hard to learn at first but once you've got the basics down, you can play it like a rogue-like - start a game, try stuff out, learn what works and what doesn't, then you can apply what you learned in the next game and (hopefully) do better. I think part of the reason I like it so much is because I'm a huge history nerd, but it is also a very good strategy game all on it's own.
I thought CK2 is the easiest to get into.. then EU series.. then HOI and lastly, Victoria
Posted by agentghost on 24 February 2015 - 03:36 PM
Thank you Been looking forward to a deal and some co-op in this
all used.. by thankless lrukers.. Thanks for sharing though