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  1. About time. Been waiting on this game for almost a year.
  2. On their FB page for The Skies they said it's still being worked on, but that was in November. According to them they've been redoing a lot of the game's server and client code from the ground up and that's why updates have stopped, not that they were exactly frequent with new content anyway. Apparently the company has a couple offices in Ukraine so I can buy that they might have more than one dev team, but if they did really abandon The Skies it's not exactly a big deal, it was a free game and it still works for the most part.
  3. He did say *free* MMOs, and Guild Wars is pay to play. There's a free MMO on Steam called The SKIES. It's kinda like a Mad Max style RPG with shooting elements with zoned PvP and vehicle combat. It's still in early alpha and hasn't been updated since October, so tread carefully.
  4. I almost feel bad about participating because I've been playing the game for a while and know a lot of good plays to use even with a brand new Chaos team.
  5. 163. Blood Bowl: Chaos Edition (PC) The definitive version of the original Blood Bowl PC game. Features over 20 teams, including Chaos Dwarves, Ogre teams and Goblins. If you want more details and haven't seen it yet, look at my Blood Bowl 2 post a few pages back, I'm not explaining the game again. However, BB:CE features extra abilities like Big Guys being able to throw characters with the Stunty trait, which makes up for smaller player's lack of strength.
  6. 161. Don't Starve (PC) You wake up in the wilderness after an experiment goes wrong. A tall, gaunt man appears before you and tells you to find some food or you won't survive the night. Thing is, you quickly discover that starving is the least of your worries. Dangerous animals roam all around, the weather ranges from cold and wet to blazing hot, and it might just be your mind playing tricks but even the shadows seem like they want to kill you. Gather supplies, stick to the light, and maybe find the portal to Adventure mode. Maxwell is waiting. 162. DayZ (PC) Originally created as a mod for Arma 2, and later given a standalone release by Bohemia Interactive. DayZ isn't the first survival game ever, but it is the one all survival game developers look to as the standard. Your goal is simple, survive in the zombie infested nation of Chernarus by finding food and water, gathering weapons to fend off zombies and other players, medicine to heal wounds and disease and clothing to combat the environment. Items can be crafted from gathered materials, and if you die you start from a random spawn location.
  7. 160. Kerbal Space Program (PC) You shoot tiny green men into space while relying on physics and dubious rocket design to get off the planet and explore the Kerbol system to collect Science! or explore the various biomes in an airplane or rover. Launch satellites and probes to other worlds, build a space station, or you can make things explode in spectacular fashion, it's up to you.
  8. 159. Total War: Warhammer (PC) The Realms are abuzz with news and events from all around. In the Realms of Men, the Emperor has died and passed the crown to his son, Karl Franz, who must now battle detractors to his reign and bring the Elector Counts to his side. The Dwarves have begun retaking their holds from the Greenskins, but a large Ork has been climbing the ranks lately and may unify the tribes. And finally, stirrings in the North indicate the armies of the Norsemen may be on the move once more. Choose your faction and prepare yourself for total war.
  9. Oh no, EA has been just as greedy and dickish as ever with their micro transactions, as well as trying their hardest to kill the Titanfall IP.
  10. 158. Star Wars: The Old Republic (PC) Thousands of years before the Battle of Yavin, the Republic governed the galaxy in peace. One day in an unexpected invasion, the Sith Empire returned and waged a lighting war with the Republic, ending in the sacking of the Jedi Temple on Corrusant. The Republic and Sith Empire now sit in with an uneasy ceasefire, but relations are breaking down and the galaxy is on the verge of war again. You pick your faction, race, and class type as either Jedi, Sith, Smuggler, Trooper, Bounty Hunter or Imperial Agent. Each class follows a unique story path alongside your faction's quests, with dungeons, PvP and space battles (On rails and PvP) to add plenty of variety.
  11. 156. Mad Max (PC) Not sure where this falls on the Mad Max timeline, presumably after Fury Road. Max is ambushed and his car is destroyed, but after fending off his attackers he meets a badly deformed and insane mechanic named Chumbucket who knows of Max and offers to help build a new car. However, one of Immortan Joe's sons has been taking over the badlands around Oiltown and is hunting Max, so now Max needs to fight his way through the badlands on foot and in his car to gather better parts and defeat Scrotus's army while helping the settlements scattered around Oiltown. The character action elements get repetitive, and the side quests feel a lot like busy work sometimes, but car combat in this game is second to none and the story is definitely worth your time if you're a fan of Mad Max. 157. Syndicate (PC) In the near future, mega corporations have taken over and are running the world. Corporate espionage is more common than ever as each corp seeks to topple their rivals and dominate the streets. You take command of a squad of cyborgs, outfitting them and researching new equipment in order to carry out the will of your capitalist overlords. ffs I miss Bullfrog.
  12. 155. Slavistan (PC) It's short, it's hard, it's the most slav game ever! No, I'm serious, this game is deceptively hard, especially the level in Poland where you need to balance while squatting and drinking.
  13. 152-154. Bioshock trilogy (PC) Bioshock is a celebrated series that started in 2007. Each game in the series features a different protagonist and setting that all links back together through the overarching timeline. Bioshock 1 and 2 take place in the underwater city of Rapture somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Iceland. The city is overrun by crazed and deformed people called Splicers who are addicted to a substance called Adam, which has the ability to rewrite a person's DNA giving them incredible powers ranging from teleportation to throwing fire from your hands. Bioshock Infinite features the flying city of Columbia, where the founding fathers are worshiped as prophets of the Angel Columbia and the culture of the early 1800's is desperately held on to by the city's aristocracy and clergy, all led by a man named Father Comstock. Your goal in each game usually involves fighting your way from point A to point B, scavenging for supplies and surviving what each city throws at you. Over time the series got progressively worse in gameplay and story, with Bioshock 2 being considered the worst story and Bioshock Infinite worst for gameplay because it threw away the original formula in favor of a Halo-style weapon, movement and shield system which the previous games didn't have, as well as featuring a lot of bullet sponge enemies, weaker active abilities and less entertaining passive abilities. The first is the definitive game among fans, but all are worth playing to see how the entire universe of Bioshock comes together and the genius of the storytelling.
  14. 151. Tom Clancy's The Division (PC) An MMOFPS set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. An outbreak of a modified smallpox virus nicknamed the Green Poison is dispersed by the Black Friday sales rush through infected dollar bills, rapidly infecting major cities across the United States. As civilization breaks down the US government enacts Directive 51 and activates sleeper agents to restore order in New York, but something goes wrong leading to the destruction of both the first and second wave except for yourself. Now it comes down to you to restore Division HQ, quell the various factions tearing up the streets, find the man responsible for the outbreak, and hunt through the Dark Zone for a new jacket. 152. Battlefleet Gothic: Armada (PC) In the grim darkness of the 41st millennium, there is only war. Abaddon the Despoiler has arrived in the Gothic Sector leading a massive army in the 12th Black Crusade. The Imperial Navy is all that stands between the forces of Chaos and their goal; a variety of powerful artifacts and ancient super weapons capable of destroying star systems. Along with the threat of Chaos, Ork raiders have stepped up their attacks in the sector and Eldar pirates stalk the void between planets. Take command of a fleet of mile long warships and go to battle with the enemies of mankind in the Emperor's name, or die trying.
  15. 150. Patrician IV (PC) Patrician is a management game where you build a trade empire in the 1300's. You do this by buying goods and selling them through your fleet of ships, building houses to collect rent, constructing farms and factories to make goods, and doing quests for the cities. As you accrue wealth your rank will increase and the guilds will give you greater permissions for trade and construction, as well as allowing you to fit armed ships and hunt pirates. The campaign ends when you become mayor of your home city, but you can go as far as becoming chairman of the whole League.