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  15:12:12  20 February 2018
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nashathedog
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Top 40 NEW PC Games of 2018

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  17:50:39  21 February 2018
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Metal Gear Survive releases later today

http://store.steampowered.com/app/543900/METAL_GEAR_SURVIVE/

From what I can see and read it has a campaign set in an alternate universe.

Not something I'll spend £35 quid on but worth a punt when it's in a bargain bin.
  18:37:30  23 February 2018
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Halo 6 is coming to PC in 2018 via the Windows Store.

I've never owned an Xbox so I'm interested in being able to try Halo for the first time, It'd be nice if they did a Halo collection for PC like they recently did for the X One.


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  20:00:31  24 February 2018
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Upcoming games/releases

A Remake of One of Best Soviet Style Games is in Development.
https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=530771966

TS
  21:25:32  28 February 2018
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Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden - Cinematic Reveal Trailer

https://youtu.be/Ix-jhpj3Zts

supposedly based upon Mutant - Year Zero, the RPG, which in turn is the 'reboot' of the Swedish company Target Games/Äventyrsspel's Tabletop Rolplaying game-series "Mutant", which (incidentally), I played numbers 1 (1984 edition) and 2089 (new edition), back in the 80's-early 90's and thus, I for one am glad to see the franchise getting back on its feet

last iteration, that I know of was Mutant - Chronicles for the Megadrive, which was based upon the Tabletop RPG Mutant: Chronicles, which (incidentally), I owned and had a lot of fun with, back in the days - but of course, unlike the RPG, the Megadrive game was a side-scrolling shooter/platformer, which I sincerely doubt that this game will be
  08:36:12  1 March 2018
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Ion Maiden Announcement Trailer

https://youtu.be/QcAwzusZUrQ

"3D Realms are proud to bring back the Build engine, which powered Duke Nukem 3D, Blood, and Shadow Warrior, in all of its hand-crafted pixelated glory. Welcome to ION MAIDEN!"

funny enough, I have been playing through Blood, Duke 3d and Shadow Warrior the past two months - guess someone else had a similar idea?
  10:13:42  7 March 2018
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Necromunda: Underhive Wars - Teaser Trailer

https://youtu.be/0eaqdOb9H2U

for those of you, 'not in the know', Necromunda is a sub-series of the Warhammer 40k universe, which takes place in 'The Underhive', i.e. below the surface [of] the 40k universe (to sum it up)

down there is no 'full-scale war', like on the surface, but rather small gangs fighting each-other over turf, etc.

I personally owned 4 (or five?) sets of Necromunda back in the days (they are no longer being made =/) and loved it as if there was no tomorrow, unfortunately most of my peers preferred the Warhammer 40k tabletop, instead - but considering the insane costs of gathering, painting and maintaining an army - I much more preferred this elegant solution; besides it didn't necessarily need to take up nearly as much space, as its bigger brother (40k)

the lack of any gameplay trailer does worry me, however - as this is a pretty simple (mechanically) game (the tabletop version, that is) - and thus there are about a billion ways that the developers can fail; namely overshooting and trying to add fluff which is not necessary

Necromunda to me was all about vertical spaces, due to the advantages/disadvantages of such (the board-pieces that came with the game, allowed you to build some rather fantastic structures, especially when you owned that many sets) and this is something I have sorely been lacking in about 99% of all 'XCom 'esque' cRPG/Strategy games that have been released for PC

I'm not gonna get my hype up, but I do hope that this will bring some of that Warhammer 40k action my ways - especially in Necromunda style; I like my battles small and personal

:edit

/rant/
noticed that Games Workshop, finally in 2018 is re-releasing Necromunda (the table top game), which is rather funny, as it wasn't more than two years ago that I was in a physical GW store, asking for the very same and railing at them that there's more to the Games Workshop catalogue than just the grand-scale Warhammer games (Fantasy/40k) - and what happened to Hero Quest? Space Crusade? Space Hulk? Warhammer Quest? -well they did have a remake of Warhammer Quest... or a sequel, rather, but Necromunda? these (supposed) nerds had never heard of it, which made me quite furious, since (IMO) if you work at GW you should know your history, at least in the past 20 years

and furthermore it seems as if though the new one (apart from being twice the price of the original; inflation in all its honor and glory) doesn't even contain enough scenery to make anything but a flat sewer-level with a couple of walls? for shame, GW - for shaaaame.
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  18:54:55  8 March 2018
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State of Decay 2

Now on the Windows store for pre-order

UK pre-order pricing is £24.99 for the base game and £39.99 for the ultimate edition which includes the base game, Prepper's pack and Add-on pack Bundle.

Not bad pricing. State of Decay YOSE included a preppers pack which added a new character, new gun & unique SUV so SoD 2's Prepper pack is probably similar.

The games release date is 18/05/2018

Still no info on if it's coming to Steam though.
  19:03:04  8 March 2018
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Necromunda: Underhive Wars - Teaser Trailer

https://youtu.be/0eaqdOb9H2U

for those of you, 'not in the know', Necromunda is a sub-series of the Warhammer 40k universe, which takes place in 'The Underhive', i.e. below the surface [of] the 40k universe (to sum it up)

down there is no 'full-scale war', like on the surface, but rather small gangs fighting each-other over turf, etc.

I personally owned 4 (or five?) sets of Necromunda back in the days (they are no longer being made =/) and loved it as if there was no tomorrow, unfortunately most of my peers preferred the Warhammer 40k tabletop, instead - but considering the insane costs of gathering, painting and maintaining an army - I much more preferred this elegant solution; besides it didn't necessarily need to take up nearly as much space, as its bigger brother (40k)

the lack of any gameplay trailer does worry me, however - as this is a pretty simple (mechanically) game (the tabletop version, that is) - and thus there are about a billion ways that the developers can fail; namely overshooting and trying to add fluff which is not necessary

Necromunda to me was all about vertical spaces, due to the advantages/disadvantages of such (the board-pieces that came with the game, allowed you to build some rather fantastic structures, especially when you owned that many sets) and this is something I have sorely been lacking in about 99% of all 'XCom 'esque' cRPG/Strategy games that have been released for PC

I'm not gonna get my hype up, but I do hope that this will bring some of that Warhammer 40k action my ways - especially in Necromunda style; I like my battles small and personal

:edit

/rant/
noticed that Games Workshop, finally in 2018 is re-releasing Necromunda (the table top game), which is rather funny, as it wasn't more than two years ago that I was in a physical GW store, asking for the very same and railing at them that there's more to the Games Workshop catalogue than just the grand-scale Warhammer games (Fantasy/40k) - and what happened to Hero Quest? Space Crusade? Space Hulk? Warhammer Quest? -well they did have a remake of Warhammer Quest... or a sequel, rather, but Necromunda? these (supposed) nerds had never heard of it, which made me quite furious, since (IMO) if you work at GW you should know your history, at least in the past 20 years

and furthermore it seems as if though the new one (apart from being twice the price of the original; inflation in all its honor and glory) doesn't even contain enough scenery to make anything but a flat sewer-level with a couple of walls? for shame, GW - for shaaaame.
/rant/
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There was a Games Workshop in Reading Town centre, UK a while back (probably still be there). I've never took much notice of the Warhammer universe but I liked the look of what I saw in the shop. I wish I could afford some of it. It's not cheap
  07:07:53  9 March 2018
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Lord_Santa
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There was a Games Workshop in Reading Town centre, UK a while back (probably still be there). I've never took much notice of the Warhammer universe but I liked the look of what I saw in the shop. I wish I could afford some of it. It's not cheap
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no, unfortunately it is not
back in the mid to late 90's, I did manage (throughout the years) to buy a nice collection of Citadel paint (the specific paint for your armies), as well as a few miniatures for the various games that I could afford to play (Warhammer Quest, Necromunda, Blood Bowl, primarily)

it was and I do suspect still very much is, a great time learning to paint the miniatures; it is a very rewarding endeavor - and I'd almost be willing to invest in a bunch of paint and a few miniatures, if nothing else - just for that

but considering that the paint used to cost roughly 7€ per 'can', back then (and they are so tiny... a couple of milliliter of paint) and I suspect that the incline in RPG's has further pushed the price up, I'm not sure if I can justify it
 
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