Jagged Alliance 3

Jagged Alliance 3

Grand Chien, a nation of rich natural resources and deep political divides, is thrown into chaos when the elected president goes missing and a paramilitary force known as “The Legion” seizes control of the countryside. Now, the President’s family has pulled together all their resources, including an arrangement with the powerful Adonis corporation, to hire a group of skilled mercenaries tasked with finding the President and bringing order back to the country.

In Jagged Alliance 3, select from a huge cast of mercenaries all with their own unique personalities, quirks, and backstories. Then go out and explore Grand Chien as you meet new people, earn money, grow your team, and ultimately make your own decisions that will decide the country’s fate.


  • Engage in rich, tactical turn-based combat

  • Recruit from a large cast of unique mercenaries, including many familiar fan favorites

  • Loot, salvage, and customize an arsenal of weaponry and equipment

  • Choose from a wide array of special perks to customize your mercs as they level up

  • Decide the fate of Grand Chien in an open RPG structure

  • Control territory, train the locals, command multiple parties, and defend against enemy forces in an alive, active world

  • Experience the campaign with friends in online co-op mode

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Jagged Alliance 3 on Steam

Divinity: Original Sin 2 - Definitive Edition

Divinity: Original Sin 2 - Definitive Edition

At the time of writing this I am at 353 hours played. My first play through of this game was clocked in around ~130 hours. This is with out doubt, one of the best video games I have ever played and for at least one of the characters had me experience one of my most cathartic moments in gaming.

Story: Takes place ~1,000 years after the first Divinity Original Sin game. I didn’t play the first and you don’t really need to to enjoy this game. You’ll pick up on some story things here and there if you read about it. You’re a Source (powerful magic) user and using source draws in the void (bad things) so you are sent to an island to ultimately die off. Story follows you through different areas in the game with different factions fighting that you can side with. Picking your character from a prebuilt gets you added story (one of the 6 listed below).

Real player with 356.2 hrs in game

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  • Personal Rating -

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  • View on Price -

☐ It’s free!

☐ It’s freem̲i̲u̲m̲

☑ Worth full price

☐ Grab on a sale

☐ Overpriced

  • Approachability -

☑ This is literally one of the most played games

☐ The game is quite approachable for a wide audience

☐ Some will love it, some not so much

☐ This game is more for a niche audience really

☐ I’d love to meet all 15 of you who play this game

  • Current State -

☑ Game is released and polished

☐ Game is… well, it’s released

Real player with 286.1 hrs in game

Divinity: Original Sin 2 - Definitive Edition on Steam

Crash The Core

Crash The Core

A wonderful little rogue lite and deck building game. The UI is fairly basic but the mechanics are great which is bigger deal to me than shiny UI. I like the monster art and it in just the few days I’ve been playing the publisher has updated it, and fixed some things/issues. I believe it is a tiny or even one person maker of the game. So given the great mechanics and publisher seems to be wanting to make improvements, IMO it is by far worth the price! I always want to support small/indie developers, and this game so far been great fun!

Real player with 19.6 hrs in game

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It’s nothing revolutionary, but it definitely has its heart in the right place. I had a good time playing, and especially enjoyed it considering the price. If you’re a fan of roguelike deckbuilders, this’ll familiar but fun. The Summon and Item system makes for some interesting synergies. Just be wary of some annoying bugs and balance issues, which may or may not get patched out by the time writing this. Again, nothing phenomenal but pretty alright considering it’s their first game.

Real player with 9.0 hrs in game

Crash The Core on Steam

Dominus - Multiplayer Sim Turn Based Strategy

Dominus - Multiplayer Sim Turn Based Strategy

Dominus: collect technologies, troops, and heroes with unique abilities as you build up a powerful tribal civilization and out-think your opponents in 4 player simultaneous-turn-based battles.

  • Simple and quick to learn, even if you have no experience in turn-based games

  • Set in a lush fantasy world of floating islands, savage tribes and raw elemental magic

  • You are the warlord of a tribe bent on survival, expansion and ultimate domination

Revolutionary Simultaneous-turns system:

  • All players plan their actions at the same time

  • Then watch the results unfold in a cinematic action scene

  • Skillful play is about predicting enemy moves and actions

  • This leads to a lot of suspense, crazy bluffing and mind games!

  • Also makes combat highly skill-based and tactical, without being overly complex

We’re currently in beta, keep track of us on Discord and be the first to find out the exciting features we have planned- taking this insanely fun core gameplay and transforming it into a huge multiplayer world of clans, empires and adventure!

We’re racing to deliver the game on steam as quickly as we can, don’t forget to add us to your wishlist to stay updated!

Dominus - Multiplayer Sim Turn Based Strategy on Steam

Tales Of Chandar

Tales Of Chandar

In the dangerous lands of Chandar the evil mage Haaraf have kidnapped the Princess. Mharak, the King of Chandar selected his best fighters and mages to get her back. The small, but tough group have managed to free her. But this is not the end, only the beginning: your goal is to get her home alive!


Tales Of Chandar is a mix of Turn-Based Strategy & RPG, where you’ll fight dozens of various enemies. Gain experience, level up your heroes, unlock their special skills and find out which of these are suitable for your playstyle.

Interact with strangers for side quests and unlock new characters who’ll join your party and help you on your journey.

But enemies and monsters are not the only one to fight with: you’ll have to pay attention to your heroes' thirst and hunger level, which will drop constantly as you’re wandering the lands. Place down traps to get food, and fill your bucket with water when it rains, or when you’ll find a lake.

You’re not satisfied with your currently selected heroes? Just find some wood, make a campfire and you can switch your party members.

Look out for treasure chests scattered throughout the world, and open them for valuable rewards.

Key features:

-More than 10 heroes to choose from

-More than 60 enemies to fight with

-5 chapters with bosses and mini-bosses

-Turned-based battle system

-RPG system with upgradeable attributes, unlockable special skills, and useful collectable items

-Stylish 2D graphics

-Up to 4 players local (hot-seat) co-op gameplay experience

Tales Of Chandar on Steam

Office Strike War - Multiplayer Battle Royale

Office Strike War - Multiplayer Battle Royale

This game is great! You can get to kick your office coleagues' asses and not get sued for that :)))

Jokes aside, the gameplay is dynamic, and the leveling up scheme makes you feel edgy, looking for hp and xp. Great idea! Enough of the AAA games crap, this is where gold lies. Can’t wait for it to get popular!

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

loved the game was pretty fun to play :)

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

Office Strike War - Multiplayer Battle Royale on Steam

Charterstone: Digital Edition

Charterstone: Digital Edition

Pretty darn nice implementation of the board game. I have played the campaign once in real life :) I have finished one campaign with this program against 5 AI opponents. My second campaign got really wonky screwing up rules and end of game choices. I think I might have hit some less major bugs in my first campaign, but I don’t know if I just wasn’t paying enough attention or wasn’t clear on various rules.

Sooo, It is good and it is fun. The developers are already patching the game that was obviously released a bit too soon. But they ARE patching.

Real player with 94.0 hrs in game

Halfway in the campaign. and while somethings are nice it is a mediocre worker placement game as you are building the worker placement yourself…

this happens by what is available to you and since you can’t choose specific buildings it is a hit or miss.

SO my main issue is that there isn’t a way to build your own custom map. Or at least i can’t find it. That would have been fun tinkering with it and see if you can outdo some of the maps allready in there. Can’t believe the bottom one was approved. that was just no fun. have to test the others.

Real player with 49.5 hrs in game

Charterstone: Digital Edition on Steam

Fantasy Grounds Unity

Fantasy Grounds Unity

The Skinny:

Easily one of the best programs on my computer and just keeps improving itself. More detailed below.

The Thick of thing:

I began looking for an online resource to start playing Pathfinder remotely, as I only knew a handful of people who played and they lived all over the place. I started with Roll20 and stayed there for a year. During my tenor there I had to keep restarting things on every new game I made. I could not use the same assets without bringing them in again to the new map, and eventually started paying subscription to gain abilities to automate and utilize the feature that made life easier. Content creators were great (independent artists and such) but I began to realize the subscription model was going to make me pay more than any other game I owned. So I started looking at ‘competitors’ which I learned there were many.

Real player with 794.0 hrs in game

Fantasy Grounds Unity (FGU) is a special case. It has a lot of downsides; however, FGU is the only product that provides flexibility, official support, automation, and most importantly regional currency support.

On the bright side; FGU runs on the local machine. The GM can use whatever maps and props he likes. It is also possible to make modules and share them. I can make an entire adventure including images and tokens and just send the file to a fellow GM or move characters between campaigns. I can run 50000 different campaigns and the best of it, once I purchased FGU, it is mine to keep. The official support is also great. You just buy the system once and it is yours. Most of the settings are updated with new features. If you are following a rather popular system, there are tons of adventures and if you are a DIY person you can make your adventures. The FGU also comes with 11 RPG systems and starter info for the most popular syste. Unofficial support is also plenty, there are a lot of unofficial RPG system files out there. You can also port or make your own system. With FGU, the sky is the limit.

Real player with 549.5 hrs in game

Fantasy Grounds Unity on Steam