The final part of the Shadowrun trilogy with different setting and story. It feels inferior to the first two games, although it’s still enjoyable all the same.
The subtle differences in Shadowrun: Dragonfall – Director’s Cut make it feel as if you are still playing the same game as the first one, albeit with better features.
This first part of the Shadowrun trilogy will get you immersed in their worldbuilding due to its storytelling. The gameplay is also done in great detail to let you become the character that you want.
The Europa Universalis IV experience is further expanded with a new batch of exciting content, but it trips all over itself with its first few steps.
Pull out your tommy gun and wipe out your competition as you rise through the criminal underground of 1920s Chicago in this business sim-tactical RPG hybrid..
Attack of the precognicient mech suit wearing lawful good space paladins
Take on the role of the leader of a camp of survivors and do your best to overcome the many challenges that threaten the lives of those who follow you in this post-apocalyptic city builder. On a more pleasant note, at least you’re not at risk
A nice little content update for Hearts of Iron IV, Battle for the Bosporus is essentially three exciting new trees for those who enjoy playing in the minor leagues.
A newly introduced species of the reptilian sort shakes up the Planetfall setting with a variety of new tricks for establishing their supremacy.
Exploit the rivers and seas for their bounty as your city grows alongside its fishing industry.