I don’t need to play it more than 0.1 hours in order to know that his is the best game I have ever played. Compared to games such as the Witcher 3 and Red Dead Redemption 2, this game holds no candle, it has great lore which is very understandable, great music which makes you emotional and exceptional graphics which sometimes deceive me for being something that has been filmed in real life. I honestly believe this is one of the better games released in 2016. The voice-acting is also great, not only is it only in boring old English, but also in French, and what I believe is Russian. This also has a fantastic way of playing it’s game, you can interact with other characters and items in ways I never imagined possible.
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You know that feeling that you get about 45 minutes after you eat too many magic mushrooms somewhere public, like a concert or a campsite or whatever, and you start getting that tingle in your spine that’s simultaneously completely alien and intimately familiar, and then the sinister realization begins to creep on you that you’re miles from home surrounded by people you don’t know?
If that feeling was a ghetto Ukrainian fps that costs as much as an energy drink and lasts about as long, this is what you would get. So if you’re into that, or you’re curious what would happen if the creator of Veggie Tales started making snuff films, then give this one a shot.
Disney High School Musical 3: Senior Year Dance
I am terrible at games like this but i decided to get this because High School Musical was a huge part of my childhood. I thought I would hate it but once I started I ended up liking it. The character’s look horrible but I think that’s what gives this game it’s charm. It’s the type of game that’s so bad it’s good.
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BEST GAME EVER 3
A lot of songs from every movie, tests, levels of difficulty, and my handsome boy Troy 3
This take me to 10 years ago.
PS: this could be better with lyrics, because I’m playing just to sing :c anyway I’m loving it 3 3 3
PS2: while I was playing and singing my cat got crazy and bit my mom. 100% real.
Great nostalgic game :)
Cars is open world and has a good number of races, minigames, and collectibles. Some of the more fun events - like chasing down the speeders - and some of the offroad races have high replayability.
It can take a while to find the location of all those stamps, and even then, getting to them is a whole other challenge. I remember for two of them you have to climb a huge mountain with its own share of difficulties and pick which stamp of the two to get. They both involve long jumps to reach them, and if you fall, you have to climb back up the mountain all over again.
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A great game that I enjoy. I remember playing this as a kid, and I was excited when I recently found out that it was available on Steam. This game has great races and mini-games. The controls can sometimes feel floaty and weird, but it is easy to get used to (I used a PS4 controller). The hub world, consisting of Radiator Springs, Ornament Valley, and Tailfin Pass, give you this sense of exploration. Not to mention you can hit npc cars in these hubs which can be very hilarious if you are doing this with someone watching you. You can choose a difficulty before starting Story Mode, which are Rookie, Pro, Champion, and another mode that is the most challenging that you need to unlock (I don’t know how to unlock it or the name of it). The cutscenes have original voice actors. You can also get bonus content like characters (note: unlocked characters can’t be used in Story Mode), paint jobs for characters, art, deleted cutscenes, and other videos, but you need to pay with points you receive in-game. The characters you unlock can only be used in Arcade and Multiplayer. Arcade is where you can choose a character and paint job and choose any mini-game or race that you have unlocked while playing in Story Mode. Multiplayer is basically just Arcade but with multiplayer. Multiplayer is split screen, and there is no online play. The only downfall is the sometimes floaty and weird controls that can take some getting used to and the difficulty that keeps on switching from easy to difficult, then back to easy and cycle repeats. Overall, it is a great game that anyone can enjoy, and I am more than happy to call it one of my favorite racing games.
Blood and Bacon
Just a Classic game and I really love this Holdout game ever.
Plus exploring things. (Including space moon)
ODAY it seems to me providential that Fate should have chosen Braunau on the Inn as my birthplace. For this little town lies on the boundary between two German states which we of the younger generation at least have made it our life work to reunite by every means at our disposal.
German-Austria must return to the great German mother country, and not because of any economic considerations. No, and again no: even if such a union were unimportant from an economic point of view; yes, even if it were harmful, it must nevertheless take place. One blood demands one Reich. Never will the German nation possess the moral right to engage in colonial politics until, at least, it embraces its own sons within a single state. Only when the Reich borders include the very last German, but can no longer guarantee his daily bread, will the moral right to acquire foreign soil arise from the distress of our own people. Their sword will become our plow, and from the tears of war the daily bread of future generations will grow. And so this little city on the border seems to me the symbol of a great mission. And in another respect as well, it looms as an admonition to the present day. More than a hundred years ago, this insignificant place had the distinction of being immortalized in the annals at least of German history, for it was the scene of a tragic catastrophe which gripped the entire German nation. At the time of our fatherland’s deepest humiliation, Johannes Palm of Nuremberg, burgher, bookseller, uncompromising nationalist and French hater, died there for the Germany which he loved so passionately even in her misfortune. He had stubbornly refused to denounce his accomplices who were in fact his superiors. In thus he resembled Leo Schlageter. And like him, he was denounced to the French by a representative of his government An Augsburg police chief won this unenviable fame, thus furnishing an example for our modern German officials in Herr Severing’s Reich.