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Nintendo Switch Reviews: Shmup and 2-Stick Shooters

Here's the games I have reviewed so far on the Nintendo Switch in each genre, from best to worst. Note: If multiple games have the same score, they will be sorted alphabetically.


Game Genre # of Players Score tl;dr
Ikaruga Bullet Hell Shmup 1-2 Co-Op (Local) A- Ikaruga is a Bullet Hell Shmup that's at its best on the Switch, which not only plays smoothly while docked, but even has features to make the best use of the Switch in portable mode. If you like this genre, you need this game.
Jamestown+ Bullet Hell Shmup 1-4 Co-Op (Local), Online Leaderboards A- Jamestown+ is a Bullet Hell Shmup that has players blasting 17th century colonial European troops and aliens in outer space. The bonkers setting comes with a fantastic presentation, some wonderful and clever game mechanics that add a lot of strategy, plenty of variety and imagination, and a superb co-op mode. It's a shame the game's structure makes you re-play levels repeatedly and forces its story on you over and over again, but overall this is one of the best games in this genre on the Switch.
Danmaku Unlimited 3 Bullet Hell Shmup 1, Online Leaderboards B+ Danmaku Unlimited 3 is a Bullet Hell Shmup that has players absorbing the bullets of defeated enemies and “grazing” live bullets to power up a “trance” meter for a temporary power boost. This is a solid and visually-striking entry in the genre, but the way players' attacks fill the screen with beams feels overpowered and can be distracting. Still, this is a must-have for fans of the genre.
Dimension Drive Bullet Hell Shmup 1-2 Co-Op (Local) B+ Dimension Drive is a Bullet Hell Shmup with the unique hook of having players hopping back and forth between two screens. It's a great mechanic that's used very well here, though some players may have difficulty adjusting to it. Also, the game keeps interrupting things with its story. However, if you can learn how to deal with the unique gameplay, you'll find this to be a superb entry in the genre.
Graceful Explosion Machine Shmup 1 B+ Graceful Explosion Machine is a Shmup where players must cycle through four weapons to fend off different types of enemies. This weapon-managing element makes the game delightfully strategic for a Shmup, and the core gameplay here is really good as a result. I just wish it was properly implemented in an endless mode, and I wish the game's otherwise-excellent presentation wasn't marred by muffled sound. This is still a fantastic game, but a few small changes could have made this a must-have game on the Switch.
Horizon Shift '81 Arcade / Shmup 1 B+ Horizon Shift '81 is an Arcade-Style game with Shmup elements that incorporates elements of multiple early-80s retro arcade games while still bringing its own unique horizontal-swapping twist on the genre. This is a fantastic game and a wonderful love letter to an era of gaming, although like the games of that era it can be repetitive in places. Overall, this is a superb game well worth playing.
Indie Gems Bundle: Explosion Edition Compilation / Bullet Hell Shmup / Roguelike / 2-Stick Shooter / Match-3 Puzzle 1-4 Co-Op (Local), Online Leaderboards B+ Indie Gems Bundle: Explosions Edition is a Compilation of three Action-packed games, each of them ranging from good to great. If you're a fan of Shmups and 2-Stick shooters, you're bound to find something to love in this package, even if the savings over purchasing these games individually is minimal.
Just Shapes & Beats Bullet Hell Shmup / Music-Rhythm 1-4 Co-Op (Local) B+ Just Shapes & Beats is a Bullet Hell Shmup where you can't shoot, you can only dodge as the screen throws all manner of obstacles at you to the beat of some amazing music. It's a difficult, punishing game, but if you fancy a challenge, this game is well worth a look.
Sky Force Reloaded Bullet Hell Shmup 1-2 Co-Op (Local) B+ Sky Force Reloaded combines quality bullet hell Shmup-style gameplay with RPG-style upgrades in a way that encourages players to keep coming back, along with a good presentation. Fans of the genre should definitely give this one a try.
Sky Racket Shmup / Arcade Brick Breaker 1-2 Co-Op (Local) B+ Sky Racket is a family-friendly game that combines the Shmup and Brick Breaker genres into one fun, cohesive style of gameplay with a fantastic, colorful, expressive art style and some absolutely superb co-op play. There are a few frustrating flaws that may result in you taking a few unearned hits on occasion, but otherwise this game is a joy to play, especially if you have a friend to play it with.
Super Hydorah Bullet Hell Shmup 1-2 Co-Op (Local) B+ Super Hydorah is a Bullet Hell Shmup that is very clearly imitating the classic Gradius games, and for the most part, it succeeds at this brilliantly. The music is forgettable, and the power-up system is a bit more limited than the Gradius games, but the gameplay here is still superb, and the game does some really inventive stuff with Co-Op, especially with the surprisingly good Robot Chase minigame. Definitely worth a look for fans of the genre.
Aqua Kitty UDX Bullet Hell Shmup 1-2 Co-Op (Local, Online) B Aqua Kitty UDX is a Shmup with three game modes - two being similar to the classic game Defender, and one like the classic game Uridium. The presentation here is very good, and the core gameplay is solid, with good co-op, but a number of frustrating design choices cause the game to be overly difficult and frustrating. It's still worth a look for genre fans and those looking for a more challenging experience, though.
Q-YO Blaster Bullet Hell Shmup 1-2 Co-Op (Local) B Q-YO Blaster is a Bullet Hell Shmup. It's a decent game that plays well, but the most memorable thing about it are its absurd heroes and oddball bug-themed enemies. Definitely a solid pick for fans of the genre.
Sega Ages Lightening Force: Quest for the Darkstar Shmup 1, Online Leaderboards B Lightening Force, also known as Thunder Force IV, is a Shmup originally released on the Sega Genesis in 1992, and this version marks its only other US release since then. This is a game that has aged noticeably, with issues both in its graphics and gameplay. However, despite this, the gameplay is on the whole pretty good, and this is a solid port with a good amount of extra features. Fans of Shmups should definitely give this a look.
Steredenn: Binary Stars Bullet Hell Shmup / Roguelike 1-2 Co-Op (Local), Online Leaderboards B Steredenn is a Bullet Hell Shmup that incorporates elements of Roguelikes into its game progression. The presentation here is phenomenal, with fantastic pixel art graphics and a great soundtrack, however, the randomized elements and some questionable design choices make for a game that's even more difficult than the usual Shmup, making this a game mostly only the biggest fans of the genre will have the patience for.
Startide 2-Stick Shooter / Bullet Hell Shmup 1-2 Co-Op (Local) B Startide combines 2-Stick shooter and Shmup genre conventions and adds in some novel ideas of its own, with some excellent, fast-paced, quality gameplay... that's unfortunately marred by a slew of design flaws and annoyances. It's still very good, but it could have been so much better.
Arcade Classics Anniversary Collection Compilation / Shmup 1-2 Co-Op (Local) B- Arcade Classics Anniversary Collection is a collection of mostly Shmups that includes eight games that are mostly pretty good (and also mostly punishingly difficult). This collection gives players a wealth of options and bonus content, and on the whole this is a solid collection of games for Shmup fans
Don't Die, Mr Robot! DX Bullet Hell Shmup / Arcade 1 B- Don't Die, Mr Robot! DX is an Arcade-Style Shmup where you're dodging enemies and collecting pickups to set off explosions in your wake. Think Geometry Wars' Pacifism mode. The presentation is horrendous, but the gameplay is strangely compelling and there are enough features here to keep fans of Shmups coming back.
Inversus Deluxe Arcade / Shmup 1-4 Competitive (Local/Online) B- Inversus Deluxe is an Arcade-style game with Shmup elements where the shots you and opponents fire also limit the area you can move freely in. It's an interesting concept, but a limited number of shots players can fire before reload really mucks with the otherwise fast-paced battles.
Raiden V: Director's Cut Shmup 1-2 Co-Op (Local), Online Leaderboards, Other Online Features B- Raiden V is a Shmup that offers a good amount of variety in its weapons and settings, and while it makes some odd choices and has a few flaws, it's still a decent entry in the genre worth trying out.
Velocity 2X Action-Platformer / Shmup 1 B- Velocity 2X is a game that jumps back and forth between Action-Platformer and Shmup gameplay styles, with a focus on speed and being able to teleport around the levels as you zip through them. It's fun gameplay, but it's somewhat marred by a frustrating control scheme that you can't change.
Black Bird Shmup 1 C+ Black Bird is a Shmup that doesn't do anything truly unique in terms of gameplay, but its presentation is so bizarre that it compels you to see more. Not a game for everyone, but worth a look if you want to see something really different.
Black Paradox Bullet Hell Shmup / Roguelike 1-2 Co-Op (Local) C+ Black Paradox is a Bullet Hell Shmup that has you flying a ship designed to look like a Delorean. The game has good gameplay, but the high difficulty and slow upgrade progression makes this a game only fans of the genre are likely to thoroughly enjoy.
Jet Lancer 2D Flight Combat Game 1 C+ Jet Lancer is a 2D Flight Combat game that has you performing aerial maneuvers in a jet fighter in battles with enemy jets, as well as various other enemies. Flying around your jet in this game feels fantastic, but the limited size of the screen relative to how fast these aircraft fly gives players far too little time to react to what's going on, making for an experience that alternates between joy and frustration.
Rogue Aces 2D Flight Combat Game 1 C+ Rogue Aces is a 2D Flight Combat game with Roguelike elements that has players fighting off enemies and capturing bases using their plane. The game has some inventive mechanics and potentially fun physics, but it seems designed to frustrate players by making them die repeatedly not to enemies, but to the landscape. The result is a game that will only be enjoyed by those willing to really get used to this game's physics... and even then, they're still likely die a lot.
Sega Ages Fantasy Zone Shmup 1, Online Leaderboards C+ Fantasy Zone is a Shmup originally released to arcades in 1986, and some parts of it have aged pretty well, like its presentation. Other parts of the game, like its promising but frustrating upgrade system... not so much. While this is a solid port with a good amount of bonus features, it's ultimately still a game most will want to pass on.
Alien Cruise Shmup 1-2 Co-Op (Local), Online Leaderboards C Alien Cruise is a Shmup with a cartoony art style that looks like it's been drawn by a child. This is a decent but unspectacular and forgettable Shmup that doesn't really stand out.
Cycle 28 2D Space Shooter / Roguelike 1 C Cycle 28 is a 2D Space Shooter that controls like Asteroids, but with a Roguelike game structure. There are some good ideas here and some classic arcade-style gameplay, but those good ideas aren't well-utilized, and overall the game is too repetitive.
Hyperlight Ultimate Bullet Hell Shmup / Arcade 1-4 Competitive (Local) C Hyperlight Ultimate is an Arcade-style Shmup where players bash into enemies with a charge attack instead of shooting them. It's a good take on the formula, but unfortunately some design issues makes this more tedious and frustrating than it needs to be.
Pacific Wings Shmup 1 C Pacific Wings is a Shmup that imitates classic games in the genre like 1942. This game does a great job capturing that nostalgia, but the lack of auto-fire makes this game tedious to play, and the underwhelming sound and lack of multiplayer limit how long you'll bother to stick with the game.
R-Type Dimensions EX Compilation / Shmup 1-2 Co-Op (Local), Online Leaderboards C R-Type Dimensions EX is a Compilation and remake of two classic Shmups, and while this version improves the graphics and adds plenty of features, including some meant to help with the game's incredibly high difficulty, those features can only help so much when the original games were seemingly designed to be nearly impossible. This is a game only genre fans can appreciate.
Aces of the Luftwaffe - Squadron Bullet Hell Shmup 1-4 Co-Op (Local) C- Aces of the Luftwaffe is a bullet hell shmup that has you controlling a squadron of four wingmen with unique abilities and personalities. This game has some really great and unique ideas, but it's also plagued with design issues and control issues that keep it from delivering on the game's potential.
Escape From the Universe Shmup 1 C- Escape From the Universe is a Shmup with a simple look and gameplay that makes the screen scroll more quickly depending on where you move onscreen. Unfortunately, both the visuals and gameplay get repetitive and boring pretty quickly, making for a dull experience.
Hyper Sentinel Shmup 1, Online Leaderboards C- Hyper Sentinel is a Shmup that aims to be the spiritual sequel to the classic game Uridium, and while fans of that original title may enjoy it, I honestly found it to be a bit of a confusing mess, and there are plenty of other games in this genre on the Switch I'd rather be playing.
Overdriven Reloaded: Special Edition Bullet Hell Shmup 1-4 Co-Op (Local) C- Overdriven Reloaded is a Bullet Hell Shmup that uses a color-switching mechanic like Ikaruga. However, unlike Ikaruga, this game doesn't seem to know how to use it, and otherwise the game is just a crowded mess - and not in a good way.

2-Stick Shooter

Game Genre # of Players Score tl;dr
X-Morph Defense Tower Defense / Two-Stick Shooter 1 A X-Morph: Defense mixes the Tower Defense genre with the Two-Stick Shooter to create something even better, with impressively detailed environments and some really inventive gameplay. This game is a blast to play, and while the Switch version is sadly missing some features, it's still an absolutely wonderful game.
Assault Android Cactus+ 2-Stick Shooter 1-4 Co-Op (Local), Online Leaderboards A- Assault Android Cactus is a 2-Stick Shooter that has some fun, unique mechanics and a lot of great, intense action. It's a blast to play in co-op, and the Switch version is the definitive version of the game. I only wish the sub-weapon dodge-swapping mechanic was better-utilized, and the levels looked more distinct. But those are minor complaints about what is a fantastic game on the Switch.
Hotline Miami Collection Compilation / Top-Down Action / 2-Stick Shooter 1 A- Hotline Miami Collection is a pair of solid Top-Down Action games with a colorful 80s-inspired presentation and intense action that makes players consider their plan of attack. It's a solid experience, although the first Hotline Miami game is clearly the better of the two, thanks to the more cohesive story and better level design.
My Friend Pedro Action-Platformer / 2-Stick Shooter 1 A- My Friend Pedro is an Action-Platformer with Two-Stick Shooter controls that has players involved in acrobatic gunfights at the command of a talking banana. This game's intense, ridiculous action is a blast to play, and while there's a bit of repetition here and there, for the most part this game does an amazing job keeping things fresh and entertaining. A must-have for action game fans.
Neon Abyss Action-Platformer / 2-Stick Shooter / Roguelike 1 A- Neon Abyss is an Action-Platformer with Roguelike elements that feels a lot like the designers were going for a side-scrolling neon-lit Binding of Isaac, and they largely hit their mark spot-on. Only a few technical flaws keep this game from reaching the same height as that classic Roguelike, but it's still a phenomenal Action game.
NeuroVoider 2-Stick Shooter / Roguelike 1-4 Co-Op (Local), Online Leaderboards A- NeuroVoider is a combination of Two-Stick Shooter and Roguelike that has you fighting an army of robots, stealing their parts, and then using them to upgrade your own capabilities. It's an incredibly fun game with great co-op, a fantastic presentation, and tons of variety and customization. The randomized level design and enemy AI could have used a bit of work, but on the whole this is an absolutely fantastic game that should be owned by anyone who enjoys a good Action game.
The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ 2-Stick Shooter / Roguelike 1-4 Co-Op (Local) A- The Binding of Isaac is a Two-Stick Shooter Roguelike that places you in the role of a young child fighting grotesque monsters with his tears. It's a lot of fun, but the roguelike elements can make any given playthrough very hit-and-miss, which can be frustrating. It's still well worth playing, though.
Akane Top-Down Action/2-Stick Shooter / Arcade 1 B+ Akane is an Arcade-y top-down Action game that has players as a lone woman fighting off the entire Yakuza using only a gun and a sword. It's a game that channels Kill Bill and John Wick extremely well, with some really fun action. Unfortunately, the game is lacking in variety and progression, but the core gameplay here is phenomenal and well worth playing for fans of Action games.
Bleed 2 Action-Platformer / 2-Stick Shooter 1-2 Co-Op (Local) B+ Bleed 2 is an Action-Platformer and 2-Stick Shooter with a simple, cartoony presentation and a silly story about a girl fending off an invasion. This game improves on the first one in almost every way, with even better action, better visuals, a great soundtrack, and the same wonderful variety, great level design, and excellent co-op. However, where it doesn't improve on the first game is value - the main campaign can still be finished in an hour or so, and the extra game modes don't stretch things out much more than that. For $20, I simply cannot recommend this game, but definitely get it if you see it on sale.
Bleed Complete Bundle Compilation / Action-Platformer / 2-Stick Shooter 1-2 Co-Op (Local) B+ Bleed Complete Bundle includes Bleed and Bleed 2, both excellent Action-Platformers with 2-Stick Shooter gunplay, and both also extremely short and extremely overpriced games. Much as with the individual games, if you can get this collection at a discount, absolutely do so because the games are immensely fun. However, even with the savings this bundle provides, it's still horribly overpriced at its normal price.
Debris Infinity 2-Stick Shooter 1-2 Co-Op/Competitive (Local), Online Leaderboards B+ Debris Infinity is a Two-Stick Shooter that's like a mash-up of Geometry Wars and Asteroids. It looks good, plays well, and the Slow-Mo feature actually brings something interesting to the table. The game is a bit short on features, but what's here is top-notch.
Enter the Gungeon 2-Stick Shooter / Roguelike 1-2 Co-Op (Local) B+ Enter the Gungeon is a two-stick shooter with roguelike elements that packs a lot of fun gameplay and a high difficulty level. An excellent game for fans of the genre looking for a challenge.
Guns, Gore, and Cannoli 2 Action-Platformer / 2-Stick Shooter 1-4 Co-Op (Local, Online) B+ Guns, Gore, and Cannoli 2 is an Action-Platformer that takes the basic idea of the first game and greatly improves on it, adding in 2-stick aiming, fixing the controls, and making the gameplay much more fast-paced. It's still repetitive at times, but overall this is a pretty good game.
Indie Gems Bundle: Explosion Edition Compilation / Bullet Hell Shmup / Roguelike / 2-Stick Shooter / Match-3 Puzzle 1-4 Co-Op (Local), Online Leaderboards B+ Indie Gems Bundle: Explosions Edition is a Compilation of three Action-packed games, each of them ranging from good to great. If you're a fan of Shmups and 2-Stick shooters, you're bound to find something to love in this package, even if the savings over purchasing these games individually is minimal.
Inferno 2 2-Stick Shooter 1-2 Co-Op (Local) B+ Inferno 2 is a straightforward 2-Stick Shooter that has solid gameplay, a slick presentation, and good Co-Op. It's a bit on the easy side, but fans of the genre will find it to be an excellent choice, especially for its low price tag.
Rive: Ultimate Edition 2-Stick Shooter / Action-Platformer 1-2 Co-Op (Local) B+ Rive is a combination of 2-Stick Shooter and Action-Platformer that does a great job pushing intense action and a good amount of variety of enemies and combat situations. I wish the game's upgrade system was more fleshed-out, but what's here is solid.
Transcripted 2-Stick Shooter / Match-3 Puzzle 1 B+ Transcripted is a game that combines Two-Stick Shooter gameplay with match-3 Puzzle gameplay similar to Zuma. While the two gameplay styles don't always get along well with each other, for the most part this is a pretty cohesive gameplay experience that's satisfying, unique, and features a superb presentation.
Bleed Action-Platformer / 2-Stick Shooter 1-2 Co-Op (Local) B Bleed is an Action-Platformer and 2-Stick Shooter with a simple, cartoony presentation and a silly story about a young woman hunting down heroes to prove she's a better hero. The gameplay here is absolutely fantastic, with some really inventive level design, great controls, a lot of variety, and excellent co-op. Unfortunately, this game is painfully short and insultingly overpriced, and as good as it is, I cannot recommend spending $15 for what amounts to about an hour of gameplay. If you can get it on sale at a good price, definitely do, but otherwise it isn't worth the cost.
Darksiders Genesis Top-Down Action-RPG / 2-Stick Shooter 1-2 Co-Op (Local, Local Wireless, Online) B Darksiders Genesis is a Diablo-Style Top-Down Action-RPG that's a prequel and spinoff of the main Darksiders game that focuses on the first game's protagonist, War, along with new protagonist, Strife (the latter who plays like a Two-Stick Shooter). While it's a decent game that brings a fair few original ideas to the genre, the lack of loot makes the whole thing feel a lot more repetitive and as a result it's not quite as engaging as multiple other games in the genre on the Nintendo Switch.
Iron Crypticle 2-Stick Shooter / Arcade 1-4 Co-Op (Local) B Iron Crypticle is an Arcade-style 2-Stick Shooter that plays like Smash TV with a Ghosts 'N Goblins aesthetic. It's a game with good, arcadey action that works well in co-op, though it's not without its issues here and there.
Rock Boshers DX: Director's Cut 2-Stick Shooter 1 B Rock Boshers is a 2-Stick Shooter styled to look like old ZX Spectrum games. Beyond its aesthetic, it doesn't do anything especially noteworthy, but it's still pretty fun. Worth a look.
Startide 2-Stick Shooter / Bullet Hell Shmup 1-2 Co-Op (Local) B Startide combines 2-Stick shooter and Shmup genre conventions and adds in some novel ideas of its own, with some excellent, fast-paced, quality gameplay... that's unfortunately marred by a slew of design flaws and annoyances. It's still very good, but it could have been so much better.
12 is Better Than 6 Top-Down Action / 2-Stick Shooter 1 C+ 12 is Better Than 6 is a Top-Down Action/2-Stich Shooter game where one shot kills, much like the Hotline Miami games. Unfortunately, graphical choices result in a game that's filled with a lot of frustration that makes this far less fun than the Hotline Miami games.
Battlesloths 2-Stick Shooter / Party Game 1-4 Competitive (Local) C+ Battlesloths is a multiplayer-focused 2-Stick Shooter with a Party Game atmosphere where players take the role of pizza-loving sloths fighting in various arenas with an assortment of weaponry. The core gameplay here is good, but the constant stop-go pattern of action and waiting is frustrating and makes it hard to enjoy that fun gameplay.
Blazing Beaks 2-Stick Shooter / Roguelike 1-4 Co-Op/Competitive (Local) C+ Blazing Beaks is a 2-Stick Shooter with Roguelike elements with a cartoony pixel art presentation featuring anthropomorphic birds with guns. Unfortunately, the game's high difficulty doesn't really fall in line with the cartoony presentation, and the nice unique features the game has only add to that difficulty. Action fans looking for a challenge might enjoy this, but I did not.
The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human Metroidvania / 2-Stick Shooter 1 C+ The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human is a Metroidvania with 2-Stick Shooter gameplay where players command a submarine searching the ruins of humanity to see what went wrong. This game absolutely nails the atmosphere, but the challenge level on the bosses is so steep that most players will probably lost interest after dying a dozen times or so.
Implosion Action-RPG / 2-Stick Shooter 1 C Implosion is an Action-RPG with some 2-Stick Shooter mechanics that has players fighting mutants using a human-size mech. The game has some enjoyable combat and a promising loot system, but the combat gets repetitive quickly and the loot system isn't varied or deep enough to be engaging. Oh, and the 2-Stick Shooter elements are poorly-implemented. This isn't a terrible game, but players interested in this sort of thing have multiple better options on the Switch.
Utopia 9 - A Volatile Vacation 2-Stick Shooter / Roguelike 1-2 Co-Op (Local) C Utopia 9 - A Volatile Vacation is a 2-Stick ShooteRoguelike that has a lot of inventive ideas for a different spin on the genre, but its dreadfully slow pacing saps much of the fun out of the experience.
Blacksea Odyssey 2-Stick Shooter / Roguelike 1 C- Blacksea Odyssey is a Two-Stick Shooter with Roguelike elements that is basically Captain Ahab In Space. That sounds really cool, but the terribly slow combat and sluggish movement make it hard to get into, and players will likely find the game too tedious to want to play for very long.
Energy Invasion Arcade Brick Breaker / 2-Stick Shooter 1 C- Energy Invasion is a cross between a 2-Stick Shooter and an Arcade-style brick breaker game like Arkanoid. Unfortunately, the game feels unpolished and not especially welcoming to players getting used to its odd concept.
Planetary Defense Force Tower Defense / Two-Stick Shooter 1 D+ Planetary Defense Force mixes the Tower Defense genre with the 2-Stick Shooter, having players defend a spherical planet from an alien invasion. Unfortunately, the spherical map makes it difficult to keep track of what's going on, the game doesn't do a good job of indicating important information the player needs, and the individual elements themselves are not very satisfying. The result is a frustrating game that's not worth playing.
Contra: Rogue Corps 2-Stick Shooter 1-4 Co-Op (Local, Local Wireless, Online) D Contra: Rogue Corps is a 3D Action game with 2-Stick Shooter mechanics that doesn't really play much like the other games in the Contra series, and has some severe, glaring flaws. That said, it's not completely unenjoyable, and it doesn't really earn its reputation as one of the worst games of 2019... but it's not a good game, by any stretch.
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2019 Report - 89 games down!

2018 report
2017 report
Despite the solid number, this was a bit of a mixed year. Free/nominal fees for subscription services meant I spent a fair bit of time on games which were not on my backlog (albeit most were on my wishlist, so I can treat them as a preemptive elimination!). I also had a few timesinks which I regularly went back to as I found many new games to be unsatisfying.

Completed Games

Game Hours
The Lion's Song 4
AER Memories of Old 3
Mad Max 35
Quantum Break 11
Hitman - The Complete First Season 12
Grim Fandango Remastered 6
The Deadly Tower of Monsters 5
Overfall 12
Rock of Ages 2 5
Battlefield 1 6
Soul Gambler 1
Stikbold 3
Cultist Simulator 14
Ziggurat 5
Tyranny 18
Orwell: Ignorance is Strength 3
Tesla Effect: A Tex Murphy Adventure 10
Train Valley 8
Rakuen 6
Dangerous Golf 7
Mutant Year Zero 13
Dishonored 2 18
Finding Paradise 5
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt GoTY 85
SteamWorld Dig 2 6
Batman: Arkham Knight 30
West of Loathing ~15
The Flame in the Flood 7
Monster Prom 7
Yakuza 0 38
Dominique Pamplemousse 1.5
South Park: The Fractured But Whole + DLC ??
Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice 8
Pizza Express 8
Yoku's Island Express 6
The Darkside Detective 4
Tales of Berseria 47
The Outer Worlds 21
Agents of Mayhem: Day One Edition 26

Other Games

Game Hours
PixelJunk Nom Nom Galaxy 4
Action Henk 2
Shantae and the Pirate's Curse 4
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Ultimate Edition 5
Sheltered 12
Sid Meier's Civilization VI 31
Porno Studio Tycoon 3
Aarklash: Legacy 2
Intergalactic Bubbles 2
Tom Clancy's The Division 21
Kingdom: New Lands Royal Edition 4
Halcyon 6: Lightspeed Edition 9
FIFA 18 22
Seven: The Days Long Gone 7
Age of Wonders 3 12
The Dweller 1.4
Out of the Park Baseball 19 30
Niche: A Genetics Survival Game 3
Royal Heroes 4
Endless Space 2 - Digital Deluxe Edition 41
Monster Slayers 11
Dark Train 0.5
State of Decay 2 ~5
The Banner Saga 3 ~2
Gremlins, Inc 5
Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf 8
Strider 2
Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War 2 9
The Painscreek Killings 2
Road Redemption 8
Moonlighter 7
Shelter 1
Mainlining 2
Reassembly 5
12 Labours of Hercules V: Kids of Hellas 3
Aaero 2
Purrfect Date 5
Space Hulk Ascension 3
Super Daryl Deluxe 8
Think of the Children 2
Legend of Grimrock 2 4
FIFA 19 18
Out of the Park Baseball 20 1
Oriental Empires 6
Iratus: Lord of the Dead 9
Into The Breach 5
There Came an Echo 1.3
World of Mixed Martial Arts 5 ~120
Star Trek Timelines ~180
Football Manager Touch 2019 ~80

Favourite games of the year

1) Rakuen
2) Finding Paradise
3) Monster Prom
4) Witcher 3 GotY
5) Yakuza 0

Most disappointing games of the year

1) The Outer Worlds
2) State of Decay 2
3) Warhammer 40,000 – Space Wolf
4) Purrfect Date
5) Tom Clancy’s The Division

Thoughts on each game

The Lion’s Song
Quite an interesting little game. It manages to link stories about music, painting, mathematics and war in a clever and engrossing way. The choices are genuinely impactful and make for tough decisions at times.
AER: Memories of Old
A short game, but quite relaxing and pretty – especially in the flight sections. I had no interest in the story, but the relatively gentle puzzles and enjoyable flights made it worthwhile.
Mad Max
Much like Mafia III, this is a 10-hour game elongated into a 30+ hour game by copy-pasting tasks. While in theory most tasks are optional, the slow progress and gating of upgrades essentially requires completion of much of them. This becomes a grind, and the gameplay isn’t quite enough to keep it interesting.
Quantum Break
A mediocre story and a mediocre shooter, yet somehow more than the sum of its parts. Maybe I’m just nostalgic for the days of FMV integration in games, but this wound up being quite entertaining.
Hitman – season 1
My first and only other Hitman game is Absolution, which apparently was a departure for the series. That leaves me in the position of finding this return to normality for the series as rather jarring. I prefer the linear and tighter nature of Absolution – since I don’t care enough to go back and complete them in different ways, it felt like a bit of a thin and shallow experience with a threadbare story.
Grim Fandango Remastered
I’m dreadful at P&C puzzle games, and quickly realised I wasn’t going to get far without a guide. As such, I cheated my way through most of it and just played it for the writing. Thankfully, the writing is so good that it was still fun. I wasn’t keen on Full Throttle, which I played last year, but this was amusing throughout.
The Deadly Tower of Monsters
A fun concept – a B-movie spoof – combined with surprisingly forgiving platforming mechanics. I’m not a fan of platformers generally, but the frustration-alleviating features and general sense of humour in the game made for a good experience.
Solid roguelike tactical combat, marred by some sloppy writing [I don’t think English is the first language of the writers, but at least a spell-check would have helped], a wonky interface [pertinent information like resistances is obscured] and a strangely harsh unlock system. Not a bad game by any means, but could have been better with a bit more care.
Rock of Ages 2
Bizarre concept, even more bizarre writing, but entertainingly so. It’s surprisingly good-looking and quite fun, but five hours was quite enough for me.
Battlefield 1
I haven’t played a Battlefield game since Vietnam, so this took a bit of adjusting. The campaign is very well presented and offers a nice bit of variety, but it’s over so fast. I had no interest in multiplayer, so this made for a brief, if fun, experience.
Soul Gambler
A very brief visual novel, but at least it had distinct story paths. The writing was decent, if a bit awkward. My main gripe was that you had to individually click through each line on subsequent playthroughs, which is something many visual novels these days manage to avoid.
A rather strange dodgeball game. I didn’t find the strangeness nearly as amusing as Rock of Ages 2, but it was a moderately entertaining experience with a bit of variety through the different settings and objectives.
Cultist Simulator
I’m a bit mixed on this. On one hand, it had a surprising amount of content and complexity to it. On the other, it drastically inflated the complexity by veiling basic gameplay aspects. That could mean a lot of wasted time – or worse, inadvertently wrecking a multi-hour playthrough - because it wasn’t clear what you should be doing next. Walkthroughs and guides were essential. While there’s merit to a game which rewards experimentation and discovery of mechanics, there is a point at which it’s just too obtuse, and at times the game did go a bit too far in that respect.
A quite clever blend of roguelike and FPS. I’m not much of a fan of the latter, but the gameplay was fun and the roguelike elements softened the blow of failure.
I disliked Pillars of Eternity and went into this with some trepidation. Fortunately, it was a more enjoyable and accessible experience. Where Pillars just threw a mindnumbing amount of lore at me, this offered a relatively comprehensible story doled out in appropriate chunks. While it did have some of Pillars’ mechanical issues, like poor pathfinding in combat, they did not seem nearly as bad (perhaps due to the smaller scale of battles). The base management stuff seemed tacked on, confusing and wholly unnecessary. It was far from my favourite RPG, but solid enough – and didn’t overstay its welcome.
Orwell: Ignorance is Strength
I enjoyed the first Orwell game and initially found this a similarly good experience. The few changes were worthwhile ones, and the story seemed to be building up well. Then it suddenly ended. Surely I done something wrong and met an early endgame? Nope, that was it – a mere few hours of gameplay, with an ending so abrupt that I had no idea it was one until the credits rolled. There are different endings, requiring additional playthroughs, but after that disappointment I wasn’t interested in going back to it.
Tesla Effect: A Tex Murphy Adventure
This was my first game in the series, and I found it enjoyable. I only had to cheat a few times (which is remarkably good by my standards!) and the cheesiness of it was all rather endearing. The sequel is now on my wishlist (though it seems to be a fair way off).
Train Valley
A decent puzzle/strategy game, which quickly escalates from rather placid to chaotic. The simple concept still requires a fair bit of thought to succeed, and while I bumbled through somewhat, it was fun.
Beautiful. One of my favourite games, evoking the spirit of To the Moon by dealing with weighty topics in a whimsical manner. Wonderful soundtrack and great design.
Dangerous Golf
I enjoyed this more than I’d expected. It’s all a bit messy, as one would expect from a heavily physics-based game, and almost throws in too many variations, but it is fairly satisfying. In some levels it’s all too easy to get a platinum medal through sheer luck, but in other levels it takes a fair bit of skill and thought to get a good score, which is rather more satisfying.
Mutant Year Zero
This was frustrating. It has the ingredients for a solid game – great presentation, imaginative world, decent writing and voice acting and the core of a solid tactics game. The problem is that it is structured essentially like a puzzle game. The odds are so intensely stacked against you in a group battle that you must pick off enemies one by one. This makes for a slow and tedious process, especially when combined with the impact of RNG and the unsatisfying ending.
Dishonoured 2
I felt a little let down by this. Presentation was good, story was fine, but the powers were mostly unengaging and the combat was frustrating. The combat issues were partly my fault in that I tried a non-lethal run, but while there were a few more non-lethal options, I would have loved an option to just punch someone in the face rather than having to stand around waiting to parry in order to launch a non-lethal attack.
Finding Paradise
This had a lot to live up to – To the Moon and A Bird Story are among my favourite games – but once again Kan Gao delivered. Touching, funny, surprising and engrossing.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – GotY Edition
I went into this with a bit of trepidation, having strongly disliked the first two games in the series. While I am a big fan of the books, the gameplay never clicked with me. This was an improvement to some degree, but I still found the combat in particular frustrating and relatively shallow. I wound up just playing it as a story, and it delivered in that respect – even many of the side quests were more memorable than the main storylines of a lot of other RPGs I’ve played. While I certainly won’t be joining the “Praise Geraldo” crew, I at least had a better experience than I did with the other games in the series.
SteamWorld Dig 2
I loved the first game. This was certainly enjoyable but did not reach quite the same heights; perhaps through lack of ambition if nothing else. Solid enough, but lacking the impact of its predecessor.
Batman: Arkham Knight
This felt like the weakest of the three main Arkham games (I didn’t like Origins much at all, but that is somewhat separate). The combat, setting and presentation were all as interesting as ever, and the story got genuinely interesting towards the end, but the damned car seemed to drag down everything it was involved in. From puzzles to battles, it always felt a bit wonky to me – a particularly sharp contrast to the famously smooth and refined movement and combat the series is known for. Unlike Asylum and City, I didn’t complete the Riddler challenges. This was primarily due to the car, which I was thoroughly sick of by the end. Perhaps I was rendered a bit grumpier than usual by that, but I also found the Rocksteady tendency to lead the player by the nose at some points, and then leave things utterly oblique at other times, to be particularly grating.
West of Loathing
Genuinely funny at times, and I loved the art style, but it did drag on a little.
The Flame in the Flood
Quite an atmospheric and appealing game. The presentation is gorgeous, albeit marred by irritating pop-in even on a GTX 1080. The gameplay is pretty easy to pick up, and while it can be frustrating in the way that a survival game with randomisation inevitably can be (and why the hell can’t I boil water to remove the bugs?!), the checkpoint system is generous enough to ameliorate this.
Monster Prom
I am not usually one for VNs, but this is great. Entertaining characters, often hilarious (and oh so wrong) writing and easy enough to play through in 15 minutes (it says the short game is 30 minutes, but it doesn't take me anywhere near that). There is plenty of content, some of which is unlockable, meaning there is substantial replayability.
Yakuza 0
The first in the series for me, and quite enjoyable. It was funny at times, though the main plot did cause me to drift off towards the end – I wound up doing crosswords during some of the interminable cutscenes. The combat got a bit repetitive, but it was easy enough to get the hang of. I didn’t enjoy it enough to get stuck into the numerous side activities, but the main game was decent enough.
Dominique Pamplemousse
This is a curious game. It is brief (barely an hour long) and linear. The puzzles are simple. Much of the dialogue is sung, for no apparent reason - and not particularly well. The art style has been described as "claymation noire"; there's little er..."mation", and it all looks a bit muddy. Writing is fine. I chuckled at a few bits, but it's hardly memorable.For all that, I quite liked it. It's original and there's heart to it. In a sea of lazy asset flips, generic AAA games with no respect for your time and visionless projects, here's an example of people actually daring to have a go with a unique vision.
South Park: The Fractured But Whole
Not nearly as well-written as its predecessor, but with significantly better combat. The badge progression system was clumsy, and at one point I was left with a stack of grinding to do. Generally a solid experience, though.
Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice
Wonderful presentation, with some of the best voice acting I’ve heard in games. The gameplay itself was decent. Combat was a little too simple, and puzzles could be frustrating at times, but it’s really all about the experience.
Pizza Express
I feel a little silly having spent a lot of money on a gaming rig when I use it to play stuff that looks like something out of the early ‘90s. Nonetheless, this was good fun – amusing story, addictive gameplay and a surprising amount of content.
Yoku’s Island Express
Cutely presented and an interesting concept. It can be infuriating at times, requiring a degree of precision which is perhaps best not associated with pinball, and getting around can be a bit confusing. Overall, though, it’s quite fun.
The Darkside Detective
A pretty simple point & click adventure (aside from one strangely hard instalment), broken into small episodes to make it easy to get through a portion at a time. Nothing exceptional, but a decent way to spend a few hours.
Tales of Berseria
A surprisingly engrossing tale. It's frequently funny and features likeable characters. The voice acting is excellent - it's a tour de force for Cristina Valenzuela in particular.
That helps mitigate a convoluted combat system. It was still throwing tutorials at me after 15 hours; I wound up ignoring them and button mashing, which seemed to work fine on Normal difficulty anyway.
Performance is rock solid. Smooth FPS, fast loading and limited pop-in.
I have never played a Tales game before, and may not play another one, but it doesn't take a love for the series to enjoy this game. Perhaps the group best warned to stay away are achievement hunters - some of them seem to take a heck of a lot of work.
The Outer Worlds
Disappointing. The simplistic combat not only makes that portion of the game dull, but also weakens the RPG aspects since you can pour all your upgrade points into speech skills, making those challenges a breeze. The writing is one-note (everyone is quirky, snarky or both), the choices are binary and rarely provoke thought (indeed, the hardest choice was one of the very first) and the characters aren't particularly interesting - nor are they given much chance to be in their shallow quests. It also performed poorly on a decent rig - though that's to be expected from Obsidian.
Agents of Mayhem
It's...not that bad. Sure, it's flawed - repetitive quests, buggy at times and nowhere near the level of Saints Row's writing - but it has an enjoyably distinct set of characters (sadly enough, the character missions were more interesting than those of Outer Worlds) and the combat is enjoyably free-flowing.
PixelJunk Nom Nom Galaxy
I liked the idea of discovering ingredients and turning them into various products, but it quickly became centred around ever more complex process designs which were of no interest to me.
Action Henk
A fun runner; gorgeously presented. I sucked at it though!
Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse Presented in an enjoyably light-hearted manner, but it felt like it was dragging on even after four hours.
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Ultimate Edition
I was quite excited to play this, since it featured three of my favourite actors – Patrick Stewart, Robert Carlyle and Jason Isaacs. That’s the only reason I managed to last five hours. I hated pretty much everything about it; the shoddy fixed camera, the tedious fighting, the cringeworthy writing… The sad thing is that I bought another two games in the series.
A solid little survival management game. I didn’t enjoy it nearly as much as Zafehouse Diaries or Dead State, mainly because the RNG was a bit too impactful. It’s far too common for a game to simply be unwinnable due to a lack of rain and/or the distribution of resources in nearby locations. When things are fairer (or the difficulty is lowered) it becomes quite a grind – with no real winning condition and little in the way of variety (there are a few shallow quests of minimal value or interest) tedium ensues.
Civilization VI
Quite liked the new mechanics and enjoyed playing as Australia (though Walzing Matilda is so distinctive that it gets a bit grating). Having spent many hours in its predecessors though, there was nothing particularly groundbreaking which compelled me to play more than a few games.
Porno Studio Tycoon
I’ll give pretty much any management game a go! Unfortunately, things weren’t particularly well explained and while there seemed to be a bit of depth, a lot of it was blocked off (to add to the confusion, the tutorial focused on mechanics which were blocked off for much of the early game).
Aarklash: Legacy
I normally like tactical games, but this was just too unforgiving and there was no ability to grind to reduce the difficulty.
Intergalactic Bubbles
It’s basically Bubble Bobble, which is fine. It’s quite nicely presented. The problem is that each level is meant to be completed in a certain number of moves, but since the bubble colours are randomly generated, it’s mostly down to luck – you might be able to wipe out half the bubbles on your first move, or might struggle to get any matches at all.
Tom Clancy’s The Division
I got fairly close to the end of this game but was just so fed up with it that I couldn’t push myself to get through it. The story was forgettable, the shooting mechanics were mediocre, all the extraneous gameplay elements were just an annoyance and I felt the game was balanced against me as a solo player (only twice did I find a co-op partner, and both of them screamed in Korean throughout). It looked impressive, at least.
Kingdom: New Lands Edition
I really thought I’d like this game, and had it on my wishlist from release. I love management games, and have no issue with passive management. It also looked gorgeous; this is one of the best-looking pixel-art games I’ve played. Unfortunately, it did not click at all. The AI was not bright, which is inevitably a source of a lot of frustration in a passive management game. Further, the gameplay was just dull. I felt like I was running back and forth endlessly for little reward – pretty though it may have been, I found myself wishing for a button to speed up time. The positive reviews suggest it is a relaxing and chill game – I just found myself frustrated with the AI and bored by the gameplay.
Halcyon 6: Lightspeed Edition
For some reason I thought this was more of a starbase management sim rather than a tactical space battle sim. The starbase elements are there, but they are pretty thin. Most of the game is about the tactical space battles, which were interesting and varied enough early on, but after nine hours and no end in sight I was sick of them.
I haven’t played a FIFA game since ’98, so it was interesting to give this a go. The story mode was okay – quite well presented, but the player rating system was infuriating at times (the out-of-position penalties in particular). I did find that there was a huge gap in the difficulty settings – one was ludicrously easy (insultingly so; the AI kept missing from close range), but the next was a bit too steep for someone essentially new to the series. An option between the two would have been nice, or at least an easier difficulty which at least tried to mask how easy it was making things! I also tried management mode, but having been used to Football Manager’s detail I was not able to get into this.
Seven: The Days Long Gone
This was a frustrating experience. I really liked the concept of an isometric thief RPG, and did my best to give it a fair chance. It had its positive aspects; freedom of movement, decent voice acting and reasonable graphics. However, the freedom of movement also worked against it; confrontations with enemies often spiralled into circular chases suited to Benny Hill music and I lost count of the number of times I plunged to an untimely death through a misstep. Moreover, it didn’t really work to its premise. The game started with a tutorial centred around a stealthy heist, which seemed to be the central premise of the game. The next time I encountered a situation close to that was six hours later.
Age of Wonders 3
I loved Shadow Magic many years ago but struggled to get into this. Maps seemed to take an inordinately long time to the point that armies were monstrously large and there was no research left. Maybe I was too defensive, but the AI was very passive.
The Dweller
A decent little puzzle game with minimal assets.
Out of the Park Baseball 19
A slight improvement on its predecessor. The main addition was an online card-game mode, but I’m not sure that works well in a management game. My squad was rapidly full of high-end talent and I felt no real connection to the team.
Niche: A Genetics Survival Game
Nice concept, but a rather wobbly execution. The genetics aspect tended to be lost due to the fast paced and tough nature of the game; the focus was so much on just keeping any creature alive that genetics didn’t come into my thinking. Apparently the best strategy is to sit on the first island for ages and build up a tribe, but the tutorial didn’t make that clear at all.
Royal Heroes
A grindy and buggy mobile game.
Endless Space 2 – Digital Deluxe Edition
I thought I was falling out of love with the space 4X genre, having been very disappointed with the last few I placed – particularly Stellaris – but this hit the mark. The alien races are distinct, making for significantly different gameplay. The gameplay itself is always interesting; unlike Stellaris, it doesn’t hit a dead patch mid-game. I found the combat a little frustrating – seemingly even contests would often have completely one-sided results for no apparent reason – but aside from that it was a solid game.
Monster Slayers
An enjoyable little rogue-lite deck builder. While I normally prefer a bit more flexibility in deck building, tying cards to characters meant that each one had a distinctive feel which gave the game plenty of replayability.
Dark Train
This sounded interesting in concept, but was way too oblique for me.
State of Decay 2
This seemed like the perfect game for me – I love survival management and settlement building. Unfortunately, it wound up feeling rather like a shallow MMO – trite dialogue, grindy tasks and no real sense of purpose or direction. I just found myself engaging in long, dull runs between locations, engaging in the same shoddy combat over and over again.
The Banner Saga 3
I played the first two games in the series to completion and seem to recall enjoying them, but something about this did not click at all. I had zero interest in the story – the time between instalments has dulled my memory of it – and the gameplay just felt so flat. I’m not really sure what changed between playing the last two games and now, but I had no motivation to keep playing.
Gremlins, Inc
A reasonably enjoyable but forgettable board game.
Warhammer 40,000 – Space Wolf
This is a game plagued by odd design choices. It has turn-based combat (which I love), but it is deprived of so much of its strategy by the way it is designed. Enemies appear at arbitrary moments from arbitrary locations (including amid your troops) without warning or logic, meaning that success requires either a degree of fortune or grinding missions to know when and where enemies will appear. Perhaps this is to compensate for the weak AI, which is prone to boneheaded acts, but it just makes things irritating and dull.
It also has a card collecting and deck building mechanic (again, which I love). The distribution of cards, however, is bizarre – completing tasks in missions (which can take 30+ minutes each) will give a couple of low-level cards. In contrast, activating one of numerous codes from the forums provides a pile of high-level cards. “Legendary” cards are so readily available in this form that a deck can be filled with them with a few minutes’ effort. There is a clumsy system for upgrading each card, none of which is explained in the shallow tutorial.
There is also an upgrade path for your squadmates – again poorly explained – which is reliant on grinding missions. They don't use your custom decks, so while you're flooded with Elite and Legendary cards for the leader, you have to grind just to eke out a few more Uncommons for the rest of your squad.
There's really nothing else to recommend the game. Graphics and sound are serviceable and the story is barely there. It just feels like yet another Warhammer game pushed out for the sake of it.
Warhammer 40,000 – Dawn of War II
Another disappointing Warhammer game.
Again this had things I liked – a strategic layer with character progression, equippable loot, choice of missions and ebb and flow of the wider battle. However, I found this constrained by the limits placed on that strategy, with constant time pressure funnelling me into the key missions . I’m not sure how much that time pressure would have impacted on the outcome – would doing side missions result in overall failure – as it was never properly explained.
Moreover, I found the RTS gameplay really quite dull and repetitive, such that I didn’t feel compelled to continue.
Road Redemption
Incredibly dumb – horrible dialogue, clumsy gameplay (trying to aim guns while riding was a nightmare) and buggy (the one round which I won was as a result of a bug which caused me to be invincible for most of it), but it did have some entertainment value.
Having spent 125 hours in Recettear, it's fair to say I am very much open to the burgeoning shopkeeper-by-day/dungeon-crawler-by-night genre. Unfortunately, this fell flat. Even after a relatively short period it became a dull grind.
Much of that is due to a distinct lack of charm; it looks nice in screenshots, but lacks any real character or presence in game. The absence of any decent writing is another problem; what there was of the story didn't interest me in the slightest. In contrast to a game like Recettear, filled with charm and heart, this was utterly bland. Add in the clumsy storage system, shallow shopkeeping, sluggish combat and irritatingly repetitive music, and seven hours was more than enough for me.
Was rather surprised to dislike this. I found myself getting lost far too easily, which given that it was a very linear game meant a lot of frustration. The visual presentation was grating and confusing.
Moderately interesting hacking game, but too shallow, linear and not particularly well written.
Took a while for this to click, but once it did it was decent enough. I could have spent many hours playing this in the ‘90s, but it didn’t have enough of interest for me to do so now.
12 Labours of Hercules V: Kids of Hellas
Cute enough, I suppose, but quickly became repetitive.
A music-based shooter with poorly explained shooter mechanics and music which was very much not to my taste. One track really stood out as effectively blending the music and game mechanics, but that should have been the standard rather than the exception.
Purrfect Date
This game is presented as a cutesy, tongue-in-cheek game and for the most part it pulls that off pretty well. If that was the sum of it, I'd be reasonably satisfied. Instead, there is a dark, unpleasant story underneath, with numerous descriptions of animal abuse.
It's utterly jarring - a game which is presented as being for cat lovers (not that kind of lover), yet featuring descriptions of them being victims of torture, experimentation and killing.
The closest thing to a warning on the store page is a reference to "black humour", which doesn't cover it in my view. There is no humour in these scenes, so it’s not “black humour”. I don’t know what it is, other than a simply bizarre choice. Even putting aside the lack of warning, it's an unpleasant and jarring experience. I'm at a loss as to what on earth the devs were thinking.
The writing is otherwise reasonably good. The structure of the game, however, is poor. It requires multiple playthroughs to get a proper ending, and there is no way to quickly skip the text. Prepare for RSI, clicking through page after page of dialogue, if you ever want to get to the ending.
Suffice to say, going through this once is quite enough for me.
Space Hulk Ascension
I normally love turn-based combat, especially with RPG progression, but this was just dull and frustrating. Not having a good year with Warhammer games.
Super Daryl Deluxe
All very QUIRKY, and constantly at pains to remind you of how QUIRKY it is, without ever being particularly amusing. The art style is at least eyecatching, and some of the music is decent, but the writing didn’t grab me at all. The combat was a grindy battle of attrition – the only thing worse than “kill x monster” quests are “collect x items which randomly drop from only a small percentage of monsters after you kill them” quests. Add in the ever-frustrating boss fights where you had to win through repeating an unintuitive set of actions several times, and I didn’t feel like going much further.
Think of the Children
Nice idea, and it’s good to play a locally-made game, but it’s dreadfully designed for a single player. Although it can have up to three co-op partners, it doesn’t adjust the difficulty in the slightest to cater for a solo player rendering it near-impossible.
Legend of Grimrock 2
Obtuse puzzles, clumsy combat and bland design made this quickly unappealing.
I mainly just played for the story mode, which was fine. Didn't notice much of a difference from 18.
Out of the Park Baseball 20
No discernible improvement upon its predecessor.
Oriental Empires
Some nice ideas, but thoroughly dull. In six hours I was attacked three times by bandits and spent the rest of the time painstakingly building farms.
Iratus: Lord of the Dead
An enjoyable little strategy game. I will probably go back to it since it's in early access and is constantly being rebalanced.
Into the Breach
Moderately interesting strategy, but not enough to keep me coming back.
There Came An Echo
Iridium's previous game, Before the Echo (aka Sequence) was a flawed but enjoyable hidden gem.
There Came an Echo has a similar level of charm, but two fundamental problems.
The first is that it was simply unplayable on my PC. A black screen after loading; no way past it. Apparently it was due to an incompatibility with my microphone which is rather problematic when I don't HAVE a microphone.
The second is that (having used my partner's computer to run it) ultimately it's a very raw proof of concept. Like its predecessor it has charm in the voice acting and writing, but unlike its predecessor it is just not a lot of fun to play. Put aside the gimmick of giving voice commands and you're left with a short, clumsy, shallow and frustrating experience.
World of Mixed Martial Arts 5
As usual for the series (indeed, the dev in general), a stack of good ideas marred by fundamental flaws. Good as a hypnotic experience between other games.
Star Trek Timelines
I tried this briefly a few years ago and didn't get into it, but I certainly did this year. It's all pretty shallow, but as a fan-friendly timewaster it's decent enough.
Football Manager Touch 2019
Endlessly infuriating, and a bit buggy, but always manages to draw me back in.
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Non-negotiable decisions

KOTOR 1 and 2 are games featuring a binary morality system that encourages min-maxing. Despite this, are there any choices that force you to break from your straight lightside/darkside playthrough?
Ie. Are there any choices that are too idiotic, naïve or foolish for you to ever pick the lightside option? Are there any choices that are too exaggeratedly cruel or stupid for you to ever pick the darkside option? The more specific the better.
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All my games are from Humble Bundle, so a gift link option is available if preferred. As they are all from Bundles, I'm happy to trade my games 2-6 for 1 (depending on the game)
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88 Heroes Abandon Ship Accel World VS. Sword Art Online Deluxe Edition Aegis Defenders Afterparty Age of Empires: Definitive Edition Age of Mythology: Extended Edition All Walls Must Fall AMID EVIL APE OUT Ashen Assassin's Creed Odyssey Assassin's Creed Syndicate Atomic Heart Automachef Axiom Verge Baba Is You Batman: The Enemy Within - The Telltale Series Beacon Beast Battle Simulator Beat Hazard 2 BIOMUTANT BlazBlue Centralfiction BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle Blood: Fresh Supply Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Bloody Trapland 2: Curiosity Bloons TD 6 Bomb Squad Academy Book of Travels Break the Game Call of Cthulhu Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Candleman: The Complete Journey Captain Forever Remix CARRION Catastronauts Chalo Chalo Clicker Heroes 2 Cobalt CODE VEIN Commandos 2 - HD Remaster Commandos 3: Destination Berlin Creature in the Well CrossCode Cyberpunk 2077 Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony Darksiders Genesis Darksiders III DeathComing Death's Gambit DECEIVER DEEP SPACE WAIFU: WORLD DEMON'S TILT Descent: Underground Desperados III Destroy All Humans! Devil May Cry 5 Disco Elysium DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY NT Free Edition Divinity: Original Sin 2 Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition DOA5LR Story Mode Donut County DOOM Eternal Drink More Glurp DUSK Dying Light 2 Dying Light - The Following DYNASTY WARRIORS 7: Xtreme Legends Definitive Edition DYNASTY WARRIORS 9 DYO ECHO ECHOPLEX ELEX Enigma Prison Escape the Loop EVERSPACE 2 Exo One Extinction Factorio Far Cry New Dawn FAR: Lone Sails FINAL FANTASY VIII - REMASTERED FINAL FANTASY X/X-2 HD Remaster Garbage Day Generation Zero Gloomhaven Gorogoa GreedFall Grim Dawn - Forgotten Gods Expansion GTFO Hades HALF DEAD 2 Halo: The Master Chief Collection Hand of Fate 2 - Outlands and Outsiders HellSign Hob Hollow Knight - Gods & Nightmares Hollow Knight: Silksong Hot Lava House Flipper HYPERGUN Indie Pogo Ion Fury Jettomero Junkyard Simulator Jurassic World Evolution Just Cause 4 Katamari Damacy REROLL Katana ZERO Keyboard Sports - Saving QWERTY Killer Instinct Kingdom Rush Frontiers Kingdom Rush Origins Last Man Sitting LEGO City Undercover LEGO DC Super-Villains LEGO MARVEL Super Heroes 2 Lethal League Blaze Life is Strange 2 Lightmatter Lingotopia Lonely Mountains: Downhill Lost Ember LUMINES REMASTERED Magic 2015 Manifold Garden Marble It Up! Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Megaquarium Mekazoo Monster Crown MONSTER HUNTER: WORLD Monster League Morphies Law Mortal Kombat 11 Mount Your Friends 3D: A Hard Man is Good to Climb Mugsters My Friend Pedro Night in the Woods Nightmare Reaper Nimbatus - The Space Drone Constructor Nine Parchments No Man's Sky Noita Nother OCTOPATH TRAVELER Omensight Onechanbara Z2: Chaos OVERKILL's The Walking Dead Overload Oxygen Not Included Parkasaurus Parkitect Perception Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy / 逆転裁判123 成歩堂セレクション Photographs Pinball FX3 - Universal Classics Pinball Planet Zoo Pneuma: Breath of Life Positron Praey for the Gods Prey - Mooncrash Production Line Project Hospital Project Warlock Project Zomboid Pummel Party Puyo Puyo Tetris RAGE 2 ReCore: Definitive Edition Regular Human Basketball Re:Legend Resynth ReThink | Evolved 2 Retimed Rifter Risk of Rain 2 Rocksmith 2014 - Disturbed Song Pack II Sakura Gamer Salt and Sanctuary Sam & Max Hit the Road Samurai Gunn Secrets of Grindea Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Semblance SENRAN KAGURA Burst Re:Newal SENRAN KAGURA Peach Ball SENRAN KAGURA Peach Beach Splash Serious Sam 4 SG/ZH: School Girl/Zombie Hunter Shadow of the Tomb Raider Shakedown: Hawaii Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth SOULCALIBUR VI - DLC2: 2B Space Pirates and Zombies 2 Spinnortality SpyParty SteamWorld Dig 2 Subverse Sunless Sea - Zubmariner Sunless Skies Super Bomberman R Super Meat Boy Forever SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE SWORDY System Shock: Adventure Alpha Tech Support: Error Unknown TEKKEN 7 - Season Pass 2 Telling Lies Temtem The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ The Council The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan The Document of Midnight Animal The Elder Scrolls Online - Morrowind The Hex The Impossible Game The Messenger The Outer Worlds The Room Three The Spectrum Retreat The Universim They Are Billions Tick Tock: A Tale for Two Titan Quest: Atlantis Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Blacklist Totally Accurate Battle Simulator Trackmania² Lagoon TrackMania² Valley Trials Rising Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Unheard Untitled Goose Game VALKYRIE DRIVE -BHIKKHUNI- Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2 Vampyr WARRIORS OROCHI 4 - 無双OROCHI3 We Happy Few We Were Here Together What the Dark Keeps Wolfenstein: Youngblood Wreckfest Yakuza Kiwami Yakuza Kiwami 2 Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist Zoo Tycoon
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[H] Bunch of Humble games [W] Paypal - Make offers

Wanting to raise some cash at the moment. No fixed prices in mind, please feel free to make offers :) Willing to do discounts and bundles if someone has a few they're interested in. Both Slay the Spire & SQUAD are also an option for trade.

Game Platform Available
1001 Spikes Steam Available
60 Parsecs! Steam Available
A Story About My Uncle Steam Available
Aaero Steam Available
Acceleration of SUGURI 2 Steam Available
The Adventure Pals Steam Available
AER Memories of Old Steam Available
Alan Wake's American Nightmare Steam Available
Almost There: The Platformer Steam Available
Animal Super Squad Steam Available
Anomaly 2 Steam Available
Anomaly Defenders Steam Available
Anomaly Korea Steam Available
Anomaly: Warzone Earth Steam Available
Anomaly Warzone Earth Mobile Campaign Steam Available
Aviary Attorney Steam Available
Battle Chef Brigade Steam Available
Bear With Me - Collector's Edition Steam Available
Binary Domain Steam Available
Bionic Commando Steam Available
Black the Fall Steam Available
Blacksmith Steam Available
Blade & Bones Steam Available
BlazBlue: Chronophantasma Extend Steam Available
Bleed 2 Steam Available
Board Battlefield Steam Available
Clatter Steam Available
Clicker bAdventure Steam Available
Cloudborn Steam Available
Convoy Steam Available
Crazy Taxi Steam Available
Cube Link Steam Available
Dandara Steam Available
Darkside Detective Steam Available
Deep Dungeons of Doom Steam Available
Detective Case and Clown Bot in: Murder in the Hotel Lisbon Steam Available
Don't Stand Out Steam Available
Dungeon Escape Steam Available
Duskers Steam Available
EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1: Blood Storm Steam Available
EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1: BM03 Vegalta Gold Steam Available
EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1: Depth Crawler Gold Coat Steam Available
EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1: Gigantus DCC-Gogo. Marking Steam Available
EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1: Gigantus DCC-Zero Steam Available
EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1: Gigantus Tank, Bullet Girls Marking Steam Available
EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1: Gigantus Tank, EDF IFPS Markings Steam Available
EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1: Gigantus Tank, Natsuiro HS Markings Steam Available
EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1: Gleipnir Steam Available
EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1: Ifrit Steam Available
EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1: Mission Pack 1: Time of the Mutants Steam Available
EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1: Mission Pack 2: Extreme Battle Steam Available
EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1: Pure Decoy Launcher 5 Pack A Steam Available
EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1: Pure Decoy Launcher 5 Pack B Steam Available
EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1: Reflectron Laser Steam Available
EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1: Spark Lancer Steam Available
EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1: Sting Shot Steam Available
EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1: Volatile Napalm Steam Available
The Elder Scrolls: Legends: 2 Card Packs (Skyrim) Bethesda Available
ETHEREAL Steam Available
Fault milestone one Steam Available
Fault milestone two side:above Steam Available
Fight'N Rage Steam Available
Figment Steam Available
The Final Station Steam Available
Flux8 Steam Available
Forged Battalion Steam Available
Fort Meow Steam Available
Fortune-499 Steam Available
Freaky Awesome Steam Available
Full Metal Furies Steam Available
Future Proof Steam Available
Game Dev Studio Steam Available
GOD EATER 2 Rage Burst Steam Available
The Greater Good Steam Available
GRID 2 Steam Available
Grimm & Tonic Steam Available
Guild Wars 2: Toy Mini Eye DLC ArenaNet Available
Guns of Icarus Alliance Collector's Edition Steam Available
Guns of Icarus Alliance Costume Pack Steam Available
Guns of Icarus Alliance Soundtrack Steam Available
HackyZack x2 Steam Available
The Haunting of Billy Steam Available
Hello Pollution! Steam Available
Hidden Folks Steam Available
Highway Blossoms Steam Available
Higurashi When They Cry - Ch. 1 - 5 Steam Available
HunieCam Studio Steam Available
Hyperdrive Massacre Steam Available
I'm not a Monster Steam Available
Immortal Redneck Steam Available
In memory of TITAN Steam Available
Indecision. Steam Available
Interplanetary: Enhanced Edition Steam Available
The Journey Down: Chapter Three Steam Available
Jurassic World Evolution - Ankylosaurus skin (Vivid Variant) Steam Available
Just Deserts Steam Available
Kabounce Steam Available
KARAKARA Steam Available
KARAKARA2 Steam Available
Ken Follett's The Pillars of the Earth Steam Available
Kentucky Route Zero Steam Available
Kona Steam Available
Lakeview Cabin Collection Steam Available
Lara Croft GO Steam Available
Laser League Steam Available
Last Day of June x 2 Steam Available
Last Encounter Steam Available
Late Shift Steam Available
Little Nightmares Steam Available
Lost in the Dungeon Steam Available
LostWinds 2: Winter of the Melodias Steam Available
LOVE Steam Available
Love is Dead Steam Available
Lucius Demake Steam Available
Machina of the Planet Tree -Planet Ruler- Steam Available
Mafia III: Sign of the Times Steam Available
Marvin's Mittens Steam Available
Match Point Steam Available
Mindball Play Steam Available
MINIT Steam Available
Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight Steam Available
Moonlighter Steam Available
Mr. Shifty Steam Available
NAIRI: Tower of Shirin Steam Available
NeuroVoider Steam Available
No Time To Explain Remastered Steam Available
The Norwood Suite Steam Available
Old Man's Journey Steam Available
Operation Flashpoint: Red River Steam Available
Owlboy Steam Available
Oxenfree x 2 Steam Available
Paradigm Steam Available
Paratopic Steam Available
Pathologic Classic HD Steam Available
Perfect Heist Steam Available
Pizza Titan Ultra Steam Available
Pool Panic Steam Available
Purrfect Date - Visual Novel/Dating Simulator Steam Available
Q.U.B.E. 2 Steam Available
Race The Sun Flippfly Available
Race The Sun Steam Available
RaidersSphere4th Steam Available
R-COIL Steam Available
Red Faction Guerrilla Re-Mars-tered Steam Available
Regions of Ruin Steam Available
Remember Me Steam Available
Resident Evil Revelations Steam Available
Rising Storm 2: Vietnam + 2 DLCs Steam Available
Road Doom Steam Available
Rock of Ages 2: Bigger & Boulder™ Steam Available
Root Double -Before Crime * After Days- Xtend Edition Steam Available
Saku Saku: Love Blooms with the Cherry Blossoms Steam Available
Scanner Sombre Steam Available
Serial Cleaner Steam Available
Seven: The Days Long Gone Steam Available
She Remembered Caterpillars Steam Available
Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom Steam Available
Silence Steam Available
Slime-san Steam Available
Slipstream Steam Available
Snake Pass Steam Available
Snakebird Steam Available
Sniper Elite Steam Available
Sorcery! Part 3 Steam Available
Space Pilgrim Episode 1: Alpha Centauri Steam Available
Splasher Steam Available
Splotches Steam Available
Squidlit Steam Available
Steel Rats Steam Available
Stikbold Steam Available
STRAFE: Millennium Edition Steam Available
Streets of Rage Steam Available
Subterrain Steam Available
Sundered Steam Available
Sunrider Academy Steam Available
Sunrider: Liberation Day - Captain's Edition Steam Available
Super Daryl Deluxe Steam Available
Super Steampunk Pinball 2D Steam Available
Sure Footing Steam Available
Surgeon Simulator + Anniversary Ed. Content Steam Available
Surviving Mars Steam Available
Switchblade Epic Pack DLC Steam Available
Switchblade Starter Pack Steam Available
Swords and Soldiers 2 Shawarmageddon Steam Available
Tacoma Steam Available
Temple of Xiala Steam Available
Throne of Lies The Online Game of Deceit Steam Available
Tom Clancy's The Division™ UPlay Available
Tom Clancy's The Division™ - Survival UPlay Available
Tross Steam Available
Unit 4 Steam Available
VoidExpanse Steam Available
Yoku's Island Express Steam Available
Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide Steam Available
Westerado: Double Barreled Steam Available
Wizorb Steam Available
Zero G Arena Steam Available
Zombie Night Terror Steam Available
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[H] 150+ Humble Bundle Leftovers [W] They Are Billions, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, The Night in the Woods & Offers from Wishlist

I'm mostly looking for They Are Billions, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle & The Night in the Woods, however, I will appreciate offers for any game in my Wishlist
Quite new to trading so not much rep, but here is my Rep Link. Also my Profile
All my games are from Humble Bundle, so a gift link option is available if preferred. As they are all from Bundles, I'm happy to trade my games 2-6 for 1 (depending on the game)
10000000 2064: Read Only Memories Aaero AI War: Fleet Command Alan Wake's American Nightmare Anomaly 2 Anomaly: Warzone Earth Aporia: Beyond the Valley Arma 2 x2 Arma 2: Operation Arrowhead Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation Attractio Back to Bed Beholder Binary Domain BIT.TRIP Presents... Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien Black The Fall Borderlands 2 + DLC Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel (Fanatical Key) The Bureau: XCOM Declassified Butcher Chivalry: Medieval Warfare x 4 Chroma Squad Chronology Crazy Taxi Crusader Kings II + The Old Gods DLC The Darkness II Darksiders II: Deathinitve Edition Day of the Tentacle Deep Dungeons of Doom x 2 Deponia Doomsday Devil Daggers x 2 Distance Drawful 2 Dungeon of the Endless x 2 ENSLAVED: Odyssey to the West Premium Edition x 2 Epistory - Typing Chronicles The Escapists - Base Game Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered The Flame in the Flood FORCED Full Metal Furies Galactic Civilizations Ultimate Edition Goat Simulator GOD EATER 2 Rage Burst x 2 Gods Will Be Watching GoNNER GRAV Grey Goo Definitive Edition GRID 2 x 2 Grim Fandango Remastered Guacamelee! Complete Guacamelee! Gold Edition Guacamelee Super Turbo Championship Edition Guacamelee! 2 GUILTY GEAR Xrd -SIGN- GUILTY GEAR XX ACCENT CORE PLUS R Gunpoint x 2 Guns of Icarus Alliance Collector's Edition Guns of Icarus Online Hacknet HackyZack Hand of Fate x 2 Headlander x 2 Hidden Folks HIVESWAP: Act 1 Human Fall Flat HunieCam Studio The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut Infested Planet Jotun x 2 Kathy Rain Ken Follett's The Pillars of the Earth Kholat Killing Floor x 2 Killing Floor 2 Kingdom: New Lands x 2 Lara Croft GO Layers of Fear: Masterpiece Edition Life is Strange Complete Season (Episodes 1-5) Magicka 2 x 2 Majesty 2 Collection Master Spy Mini Metro MINIT Mirage: Arcane Warfare Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight Monster Loves You Moon Hunters Mr. Shifty Mushroom 11 No Time to Explain No Time to Explain Remastered Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty Okhlos OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood Orwell: Keeping an Eye on You Outlast Overcooked Overgrowth Owlboy PAC-MAN 256 PAC-MAN Championship Edition DX+ Pillars of Eternity Pinball FX2 The Walking Dead Please Don't Touch Anything Pony Island Project CARS Psychonauts x 3 Punch Club Q.U.B.E Director's Cut x 2 Quiplash Resident Evil Revelations Retro City Rampage DX Rising Storm 2: Vietnam + 2 DLCs Road Redemption Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball Saints Row 2 x 2 Sakura Fantasy Sakura Swim Club Scanner Sombre x 2 Scrap Garden Serial Cleaner The Sexy Brutale Shadow Warrior: Special Edition Shadwen Silence Skullgirls Slime-San Small Radios Big Televisions Snake Pass Sniper Elite Sniper Elite 3 Sniper Elite V2 Sonic Adventures 2 Space Pilgrim Episode 1: Alpha Centauri Spec Ops: The Line SPINTIRES Streamline STRIDER Stronghold Crusader 2 Styx: Master of Shadows Super Hexagon Super Meat Boy Super Time Force Ultra Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP Surgeon Simulator + Anniversary Ed. Content The Swapper They Bleed Pixels This War of Mine TIS-100 Train Valley Tumblestone x 2 The Turing Test Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide x 3 Wasted Westerado: Double Barreled x 3 World of Goo Wuppo Yooka-Laylee YOU DON'T KNOW JACK Vol. 1 XL YOU DON'T KNOW JACK Vol. 2 YOU DON'T KNOW JACK Vol. 3 YOU DON'T KNOW JACK Vol. 4: The Ride Zombie Night Terror
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Character Scramble IV Tribunal

Sup guys
Please read all of the following, even you vets. This is a new process and I want it to go over smooth.
What follows is what I have so far in terms of data. There are two reasons this step exists.
  1. I want you guys to make sure that the data for your team is correct at least. If you have time, going through other people's entries and making sure they match what I have is also pretty important. Broken links, people forgetting to edit their forms, things like that.
  2. This is your last chance to go through and point out people you think are over or under-powered. THERE IS A CORRECT WAY TO DO THIS:
If you think that a character is not correct for this tourney, make ONE (1) top level post per character and include both the username of the person who submitted them and a copy of the perma-link. This sends a notification to the submitter so they can defend them, and allows others to view information that was given on them. When you feel that this issue has been resolved AND does not require any changes from me on the data below, DELETE your top level comment (if it requires changes from me I'll let you know when it is ok to delete). After a few days (let's say tentatively on Thursday) I will go through the comments that still exist and make a decision on what hasn't been resolved.
Again, if you are bringing someone to tribunal, please delete your comment when you are done and be respectful
If you are brought to tribunal, be respectful and be prepared to defend your pick. Your options are as follows:
If there are any questions I will answer them as soon as I can, which will not be for a little while. However there are vets here who can handle it to some extent.

Data below updated at 10:30 am CT 6/18

Username Brute Blaster Thinker Trump Permalink
7thSonOfSons Juri Han Mikoto Misaka Rias Gremory Alisa Boskonovitch http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs16yvm
anelfnamedhal Grodd Lord Voldemort The Scarecrow Ash the Stampede http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs4s62s
angelsrallyon Toph Beifong(With Super soldier serum) Jackie Estacado(game version) Satsuki (Kill La Kill) General Grevious http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs2244m
Baku219 Guts Roy Mustang Emiya Kiritsugu Esdeath (no time-stop) http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs1hqn5
blackwindfunny Blitzcrank Covenant Hunter Thomas Wayne (Flashpoint Batman) The Green Ranger (No Zord) http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs38ske
Bramif Bob, from timeriders. (Allthe information from all his missions, from when he was Becks as well. Maybe give him some future tech if he is outclassed) Skulduggery Pleasant (No Lord Vile, but all his other fancy magic is allowed) Otto Malpense (With his technology control and the fighting skills from when he was evil) Nico Di Angelo (Not almost dead) http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs23wag
bteatesthighlander1 Tigra John Carter (Full Martian powers,with Martian guns) Superior Spider-Man Vampirella http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs15mb5
Calicolime Hakan Revolver ocelot (metal gear solid 1) Heimerdinger(League of Legends) Dhalsim http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs1tx1p
ch405_5p34r Eren Jaeger Cole Macgrath (inFamous 2, Good) Dr. Eggman (SA2 Mech) Pit (Palutena Bow) http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs22r5q
CisforCerberus Goro Magic Man Master Splinter Lowbacca http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs4uhlj
Cleverly_Clearly Jack Cayman (MadWorld) Corvo Attano (Lvl 1 Bend Time, no Time Stop) Hōka Inumuta (First Goku Uniform) Scott Pilgrim http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs178xq
Crapping_Ninja Axe, (only call and culling blade) Windranger, (only shackleshot and power shot) The Oracle, (only fate's edict and fortune's end) Phantom Lancer, (only doppleganger and phantom rush, limited to 3 copies all copies are about half strength) http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs2jfzu
Dat_Bass1 Formaggio Pesci (confident) Risotto Nero Illuso http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs17ydz
demonbirk Baymax 2.0 (Disney's Big Hero 6) Rocket Raccoon Thrax (Human Sized) Sonic the Hedgehog (Video Games) http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs15v8f
Di_Bello Gon - No transformation Sinon Professor Farnsworth Killua - No GodSpeed, has not met Nen http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs16kic
DirectlyDisturbed Kratos (No longer God of War but has all his equipment) Judge Dredd Steel (John Henry Irons) Gambit (Remy LeBeau http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs1vgni
doctorgecko Composite Machamp (Pokemon Anime) Shouta Todoroki (My Hero Academia) Green and her Ditto (Pokemon Adventures) Composite Lucario (Pokemon Anime) http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs179qu
ERR40 General Grevious Jango Fett Data MCU Iron Man Mark 1 Bloodlusted http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs247wn
flutterguy123 Snorlax Mami Tomoe(no giant muskets) Mr. Terrific The Mask(on Adam Sandlers body) https://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs1d0i0
Gaibon85 Jonathan Joestar Megaman.EXE (Manga version, after beating Dream Virus) Hei (no meteor fragment) Sogiita Gunha http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs1wfn6
galvanicmechamorph Adam Davenport Megaman(only has the weapons of his first games) Hank Pym(only has the powers of the Ant-Man and Dr. Pym identities Ben 10(11 Year old version) http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs2g80t
gbiffy Randy the Muton Berserker Teemo Commanddr Spock King Giran http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs25kdt
Groudon466 Global Occult Coalition agent wearing an Orange Suit (with a Black Suit inside, and assume that he has given his team inoculation against the cognitohazard so he doesn't screw over his whole team by being there.) Agent Andrea Adams of the SCP Foundation (equipped with her special suit, standard military gear, SCP-1068, SCP-1509, and SCP-1963) A balanced SCP-896 user (the aging side-effects have been mitigated by SCP-545-B, of which the user has five bottles to act like health potions) SCP-352 (hair pre-grown from all parts of the body to a length of 20 meters) http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs2qcve
-Hyrule- Armored Titan (Attack on titan) Samus Lelouch Link http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs1uwhh
ichigowins Wolverine Ishida Uryuu right after Hueco mundo arc Beast/Henry McCoy Moka Akashiya http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs21j37
ItsAMeMitchell Punisher Demoman Batman (Nolanverse) Ben 10 (Classic Ben) http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs16clg
jasonthebruce Steelix Zero Ray Palmer Kanan Jarrus http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs3a7oh
Joseph_Stalin_ Garnet Maya the Siren MegaMind With Minion The Boss (No Telekinesis or Upgrades) http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs16ap2
kazehana3 Blade Bullseye Nick Fury Butter Ball http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs2m4dd
kiwiarms Jason Voorhees Hol Horse The Engineer Akuma http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs15y5n
Knight_Dragon Huskar, the Sacred Warrior Noriaki Kakyoin (Hierophant Green is visible to everyone) Spider-Man Shoot McMahon http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs1byxl
LetterSequence Dio Brando (From Part 1 Only) Foo Fighters Phoenix Wright (With attacks from Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3) John Cena http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs1r9cg
liono69 Torque Craig Boone (With special weaponary) Johann Kraus Kraven the Hunter http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs23r0c
Meskoot Grendel Prime Bullseye (616) Mojo Jojo (PPG) The Mask http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs166s2
morvis343 Captain Tartarus (no energy shield) Ruby Rose Keyser Soze (can telekinesis his cards) General Greivous (only one lightsaber) http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs2tinr
MoSBanapple Yuna Yuki Black★Rock Shooter (With the ability to transform into Insane Black★Rock Shooter at will) Carolina (with Church/Epsilon AI) Michael J. Caboose https://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs1hvpn
Motionstopman Cerabella Rin Tohsaka Akane Kurashiki Kat http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs1c7ok
mysterioushobo2 Kaladin (regenerates Stormlight) Taniel Two-Shot Harry Dresden (has Bob and Mister) Eragon Shadeslayer (no death words. limited to spells he has used in the books) https://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs31561
noitnemid The Ultimate Chimera Roxy M. Greyrat Shikamaru Nara Megaman http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs15w3s
nox1468 Beast Boy (no fictional animal forms) Touka Kirishima Amadeus Cho Travis Touchdown (no darkside mode and no mecha) http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs1tgg0
nuclearturtle Apollo Creed (w/ Super Soldier Serum) Garrus Vakarian (w/ Cobra Assault Cannon) Angus McGyver (w/ bag of holding) Obi Wan Kenobi (w/ mithril sword and weakened force powers) http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs16ug6
Obbmud99 Kyoko Sakura The Volunteer (XCOM Psionic Sniper) Jericho Swain (Unlimited Mana) Assassin Fate/Zero http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs3a1e4
ojajaja Sagat Recca Old Bruce Wayne Himura Kenshin http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs1qk6a
Parysian Carnage Static Dr. Doom (No armor) Adam Jenson https://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs2izsx
PissedOffBiotic Black Star (Soul Eater, manga version) Commander Shepard (Solider Class) Annabeth Chase (Percy Jackson and Heroes of Olympus.) .) Pikachu http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs1foea
redistheold Starkiller Ezra Bridger Lando Calrissian Nightcrawler http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs3h1m9
selfproclaimed Donkey Kong without the moon punching feat. Avatar Korra Joseph Joestar[2] as of Battle Tendency, not his Part 3 or 4 incarnation. Twilight Sparkle http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs15xc3
shimbermytimbers T-X Urdnot Wrex Doctor Octopus She Hulk http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs4hh35
shinyskarmory Sayaka Miki (pre-Rebellion) TF2 Sniper Black Hat Guy (XKCD) Peacock (Skullgirls) http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs1vwqn
Snapop23 Leatherface (Submissive to his leader) Reptile Ash Williams Medic http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs186ry
soleques Daz Bones Bakuda Black Lantern L (highly nerfed black power ring) Jules Winnfield (w/ lightsaber, adamantium katana and the Colt from Supernatural http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs2mrjx
Spacemage Nemesis (from Resident Evil 3) Tripod from War of the Worlds Albert Wesker (Resident Evil Code Veronica) Freddie Kruger (vulnerable to physical damage) http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/z/cs1dmvq
spartan1124 Jim Raynor (All Gauss Rifle Ammo Types with him) Linda 058 (binary rifle and light rifle) (No binary rifle tracer) Sarah Kerrigan Zeratul http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs1zsk4
Stranger-er Rex Salazar (cannot go full EVO) Red Genesect (all four Drives, no atmospheric re-entry feat) Gaius "Tavi" Octavian (at Princep's Fury level strength) Jake the Dog http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs3a1k0
Talvasha Yasuri Shichika Johnny Joestar Serpico ShoutoTodoroki (both quirks) https://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs16tbt
ThatPersonGu Samurai Jack Mega Man (Smash Edition) Vriska Serket Kamala Khan https://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs172kd
TheDefChef Chizuru Aizawa The Auditor (with halo, no absorbing live enemies, no improbability drive) Cortana Vengeance (Piloted by the Resistance leader) http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs28rsr
Theewokassassin Lady Sif Starfire Mordin Solus General Blue http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs5aw9r
Theonreekjoy Jake the Dog Iron Monger (MCU) Ozymandias Gamora (616) http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs4mkus
thepuddingcup11 Axe (ingame and lore) Combustion man (assume same abilities as P'Li) Upgrade (Ben 10) Gambit https://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs1oggc
TimTravel Clare (Up to Ch 36) Magicka Wizard L-Elf Karlstein John Freeman (Half-Life: Full Life Consequences) http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs160lw
Tuft64 616 Iron Fist PC Deathstroke Tim Drake (5YL) with composite Batman Beyond suit Midnighter (New 52) http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs1623g
venicello Shokichi Komachi Viviano Westwood Okabe Rintaro (with portable Phone Microwave and handgun) Knuckle Bine https://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs16e6z
ViperhawkZ Aatrox Kel'Thuzad The Doctor (with Zero-Drive) K'Kruhk http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs29bta
waaaghboss82 The Tick Draaaven Usarkar E. Creed, (limited to 'tactical genius'ing 10 imperial guard) Kung Fury http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/character_scramble_iv_scramble_x_scramble_sign_ups/cs19ln3
XahhFink6 Rhino Kidōmaru Kiyo Takamine (with power suit from Gantz!) Composite Nicoloas Cage (No immortality) http://www.reddit.com/whowouldwin/comments/3985g5/z/cs1w3fq?context=5
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[WTS] Hitman 2, Gears of War, ARK, Fallout, Dirt Rally 2.0, Tomb Raider Trilogy, F1 2018, DOOM, Mortal Kombat, Stellaris, Wolfenstein, Warhammer, Pillars of Eternity, LEGO Games and much more

Hello friends! I´m back again with more energy than ever. I have been busy with college and sadly I don´t have time to play as I used to (neither use Reddit, just enter my profile and see the last time I posted in here before my return), so I decided it´s time to let go games and start paying for my own things so that´s why I´m not accepting trades right away unless it´s a game that I really want (very few, actually). This is not the full list, but because I spent my afternoon listing all of this I think you can imagine how exhausted I am; I will be adding more with each day but I think this is a good start. Feel free to ask about other games or offer me a deal for multiple ones, I may come with discounts when buying multiple games.
I´m accepting the following cryptocurrencies at the moment: BTC, ETH, LTC, BAT, DASH, BTG, XRP & LBA, so you have plenty of options to choose from!
My rep is here, it´s archived because of the 6 months period but you can see for yourself that I value all of my trades.
Game Price
A Story About My Uncle $2.60
A Way Out (Origin) $17.30
Alien: Isolation $8.60
Alien: Isolation: Season Pass $16.40
Amnesia Collection $2.70
Among the Sleep Enhanced Edition $8.10
Anno 2070 $8.80
Anno 2070 Complete Edition $20.70
Another World – 20th Anniversary Edition $5.10
Antigraviator $12.00
ARK: Survival Evolved $23.80
Arma 3 Helicopters $2.80
Assassin's Creed II - Deluxe Edition $8.50
Assassin's Creed III $11.30
Assassin's Creed: Liberation HD $5.90
Assassin's Creed: Revelations $12.00
Assassin's Creed: Rogue $9.50
Assassin's Creed: Syndicate $13.50
Assassin's Creed: Unity $14.00
Assetto Corsa $13.80
Badland GOTY $3.60
Bastion $3.60
Batman: Arkham Asylum GOTY $3.90
Batman: Arkham City GOTY $3.90
Batman: Arkham Knight $5.30
Batman: Arkham Knight Premium Edition $7.90
Batman: Arkham Origins $3.60
Batman: Arkham Origins Season Pass $11.60
Beat Cop $5.10
Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians $5.10
Beholder $3.60
Besiege $7.20
Binary Domain $4.20
Black The Fall $3.00
BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle $23.80
Bomber Crew - Deluxe Edition $5.90
Borderlands GOTY Edition $8.20
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel: Season Pass $10.10
Broforce $11.40
Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons $4.80
Brutal Legend $2.80
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare $8.70
Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 $14.70
Child Of Light $11.90
Civilization IV: Complete Edition $6.70
Civilization V: Complete Edition $11.20
Company of Heroes 2 $5.60
Company of Heroes 2 (Platinum Edition) $11.50
Cook, Serve, Delicious! $3.90
Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! $3.50
Costume Quest 2 $4.90
Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition $5.60
Darksiders III $35.30
Darksiders Warmastered Edition $2.90
Dead by Daylight $12.30
Dead by Daylight Deluxe Edition $24.90
Dead Island - Definitive Collection $13.90
Dead Rising 2 Off The Record $7.60
Dead Rising 3 Apocalypse Edition $16.90
Deadcore $5.50
Deus Ex: Human Revolution $9.00
Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Directors Cut $11.20
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided $6.80
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided $6.70
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - Digital Deluxe Edition $11.50
DiRT 3 Complete Edition $2.90
DiRT Rally $7.90
DiRT Rally 2.0 $41.10
Dishonored 2 $10.70
Dishonored: Death of the Outsider $10.20
DOOM $10.60
Doom 3 BFG Edition $5.30
Doom VFR $13.80
Door Kickers $5.20
Dragon Age: Origins - Ultimate Edition $9.10
Dragon Age: Origins - Ultimate Edition (Origin) $9.10
Dragon Age: Origins (Origin) $4.50
Dragon Ball FighterZ $27.00
Dying Light: Bad Blood $15.80
ELEX $18.80
Elite Dangerous Commander - Deluxe Edition $48.40
Elite Dangerous: Horizons Season Pass $22.70
Elite: Dangerous $22.20
F1 2018 $19.20
Fallout 3 $4.00
Fallout 3: GOTY $6.40
Fallout 4 $11.30
Fallout 4: GOTY $18.10
Fallout 4: Season Pass $18.50
Fallout Classic Collection $5.00
Fallout: New Vegas $8.50
Far Cry 3 - Blood Dragon $4.60
Far Cry Primal $15.40
Final DOOM $3.70
Final Fantasy VI $12.00
Final Fantasy XV $27.80
Final Fantasy X-X2 HD Remastered $13.10
For the King $4.60
FTL: Faster Than Light $8.50
Furi $9.70
Gas Guzzlers Extreme $4.90
Gears of War 4 (PC / Xbox One) $7.60
Gears of War 4 Ultimate Edition (PC / Xbox One) $38.20
Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions Evolved $7.20
Ghost Recon: Future Soldier $13.50
Goat Simulator $3.80
Grand Theft Auto IV $9.10
Grand Theft Auto IV: Episodes from Liberty City $4.90
Grid Autosport $6.00
GRIP: Combat Racing $15.70
Guardians of Middle-earth $2.80
HITMAN 2 $25.20
HITMAN 2 Gold Edition $42.00
HITMAN 2 Silver Edition $29.30
Hitman GO Definitive Edition $5.40
Hitman: Absolution $6.80
HIVESWAP: Act 1 $2.00
Hollow Knight $14.30
Homefront $2.40
Homefront: The Revolution $6.90
Human: Fall Flat $5.60
Hunt Showdown $29.30
I am Bread $3.30
Injustice 2 $8.50
Injustice 2 Legendary Edition $21.00
Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition $5.10
Into The Breach $10.40
Invisible, Inc. $12.70
Jotun: Valhalla Edition $2.70
Just Cause 3 XXL Edition $8.20
Just Cause 4 $30.00
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes $10.60
Killing Floor 2 $6.40
Killing Floor 2 Digital Deluxe Edition $7.70
Kingdom Come Deliverance: Treasures of The Past $4.20
Kingdom Come: Deliverance $28.60
Kingdom Come: Deliverance From the Ashes $6.90
Kingdom Come: Deliverance The Amorous Adventures of Bold Sir Hans Capon $6.90
L.A. Noire: Complete Edition $10.00
L.A. Noire: DLC Bundle $3.00
Layers of Fear $2.60
Layers of Fear: Masterpiece Edition $5.10
LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham $3.90
LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Season Pass $4.00
LEGO Batman Trilogy $5.60
LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 $3.70
LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 $4.00
LEGO Jurassic World $4.70
LEGO Lord of the Rings $1.80
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes $6.80
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 $11.90
LEGO Marvel’s Avengers $5.20
LEGO Marvel’s Avengers Season Pass $7.80
LEGO The Hobbit $1.90
Lego Worlds $7.50
Limbo $5.70
Mad Max $5.50
Magicka $3.70
Magicka 2 $4.70
Medal of Honor: Warfighter $7.70
Mega Man Legacy Collection $3.60
Metal Gear Solid V: The Definitive Experience $11.40
Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor GOTY $5.20
Middle-earth: Shadow of War $12.30
Middle-earth: Shadow of War Definitive Edition $17.10
Mirror's Edge (Steam) $7.10
Mirror's Edge Catalyst $9.30
Mortal Kombat - Komplete Edition $6.70
Mortal Kombat X Premium Edition $6.70
Mortal Kombat XL $7.80
MotoGP 18 $21.80
Murdered: Soul Suspect $7.30
Mytheon $4.90
N++ $5.90
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 $17.50
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy $39.30
NBA 2K19 $20.90
Never Alone Arctic Collection $6.20
Observer_ $6.50
Octodad: Dadliest Catch $10.50
One Piece Burning Blood - Gold Edition $28.50
Opus Magnum $14.70
Ori and the Blind Forest Definitive Edition $9.70
Orwell: Ignorance is Strength $4.80
Orwell: Keeping an Eye On You $1.70
Osiris: New Dawn $18.90
Outlast $4.50
Outlast Whistleblower $2.60
Overcooked $6.50
Overcooked! 2 $18.40
Overlord $3.70
Overlord II $4.70
Payday 2 $7.60
Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire $21.00
Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire - Season Pass $25.80
Pillars of Eternity: Definitive Edition $18.10
Pillars of Eternity: Hero Edition $8.20
Pillars of Eternity: The White March - Expansion Pass $16.30
Pillars of Eternity: The White March Part I $9.10
Pillars of Eternity: The White March Part II $8.40
Planet Coaster $27.50
Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 (Origin) $13.70
Poly Bridge $4.30
Poly Bridge $4.30
Prey $10.30
Prey: Mooncrash $10.60
Real Farm $14.70
Resident Evil: Revelations $3.90
Rise of the Tomb Raider 20th Anniversary $14.10
Rising Storm 2: Vietnam $6.30
RIVE $3.60
Rocket League $12.00
Rogue Legacy $6.70
Ryse: Son of Rome $7.20
Saints Row 2 $4.80
Saints Row IV $7.20
Saints Row IV: Game of the Century Edition $9.20
Saints Row: The Third $5.30
Sanctum 2 $2.60
Satellite Reign $2.30
Scribblenauts Unlimited $3.20
Shadow Complex Remastered $6.10
Shadow of the Tomb Raider $35.30
Shadow of the Tomb Raider Croft Edition $50.80
Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun $9.70
Shadow Warrior: Special Edition $3.80
Shadowrun Chronicles: Boston Lockdown $6.80
Shadowrun Returns $2.60
Shadowrun: Dragonfall (Director's Cut) $6.20
Shadowrun: Hong Kong $3.80
Shadowrun: Hong Kong (Extended Edition) $4.20
Sheltered $3.50
Skyhill $4.30
Sniper Elite 3: Afrika $7.00
Sniper Elite 3: Afrika: Season Pass $13.30
Sniper Elite 4 $19.90
Sniper Elite 4 Season Pass $21.50
Sniper Elite V2 $4.10
Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army $8.00
Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 2 $7.80
Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 Season Pass Edition $8.90
SOMA $5.60
Soulcalibur VI $35.50
Spintires $5.00
Splinter Cell: Conviction $8.50
Split/Second $8.50
Spore (Origin) $6.50
Star Wars Battlefront II (2005) $7.00
Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast $6.10
Star Wars The Force Unleashed: Ultimate Sith Edition $4.40
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic $4.80
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2 - The Sith Lords $3.90
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II $8.30
Starward Rogue $2.60
STASIS $6.10
State of Decay Year One Survival Edition $7.70
State of Mind $10.30
Stellaris $11.00
Stellaris - Leviathans Story Pack $6.30
Stellaris - Plantoids Species Pack $5.20
Stellaris: Apocalypse $12.50
Stellaris: Distant Stars Story Pack $7.70
Stellaris: MegaCorp $17.40
Stellaris: Synthetic Dawn $7.20
Stellaris: Utopia $10.70
Street Fighter V $10.70
Sunset Overdrive $15.70
Super Lucky's Tale $12.00
Superhot $6.20
Tacoma $3.10
Tekken 7 $21.80
Tekken 7 Season Pass $17.60
The Bureau: XCOM Declassified $3.00
The Crew $10.60
The Crew Ultimate Edition $20.90
The Crew Wild Run Edition $13.40
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Legendary Edition $12.10
The Escapists 2 $12.50
The Escapists 2 Season Pass $9.40
The Flame in the Flood $2.20
The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut $5.30
The King of Fighters XIII Steam Edition $3.90
The LEGO Movie: Videogame $5.40
The Long Dark $21.50
The Walking Dead $4.80
Thief $10.80
This War of Mine $5.20
This War of Mine - The Little Ones DLC $5.20
Tomb Raider $6.90
Total War: Shogun 2 Collection $11.30
Tower Unite $5.40
Toy Soldiers: Complete $6.90
TrackMania 2 Valley $7.20
TrackMania Turbo $12.30
TrackMania² Stadium $6.70
Trials Evolution Gold Edition $8.10
Tron 2.0 $4.10
TRON RUN/r $4.20
TRON RUN/r - Ultimate Edition $6.10
TRON: Evolution $4.10
Tropico 5 $7.70
Tropico 5 Complete Collection $9.80
Tyranny Commander Edition $12.70
Warhammer 40.000: Dawn of War III $9.30
Warhammer: The End Times - Vermintide $5.30
Warhammer: The End Times - Vermintide Drachenfels $5.70
Warhammer: The End Times - Vermintide Karak Azgaraz $7.10
Warhammer: The End Times - Vermintide Schluesselschloss $2.60
Warhammer: Vermintide 2 $16.00
Warhammer: Vermintide 2 - Shadows Over Bögenhafen $8.50
Wasteland 2 $9.70
Watch Dogs $12.40
White Noise 2 $4.60
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus $18.90
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Season Pass $16.30
Wolfenstein: The New Order $5.10
Wolfenstein: The Old Blood $6.20
Worms Armageddon $3.50
Worms Clan Wars $3.60
Worms Reloaded GOTY $3.70
Worms Revolution $3.30
Worms Revolution Season Pass $4.70
Worms: Weapons of Mass Destruction $10.30
Zombie Army Trilogy $7.40
Zombie Night Terror $5.30
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Darksiders 2 Deathinitive Edition PC Gameplay Walkthrough Part 24

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