Disney•Pixar Cars 2: The Video Game

Disney•Pixar Cars 2: The Video Game

This game looks unfinished, big time! It has so many flaws that I can’t even know where to start. Gameplay is awful. The whole idea of the game is great (and it’s built on an awesome franchise) but it feels… slow. Really! It’s a SLOW car game, and not in a good way. I know it’s aimed for kids mostly (I actually play it with mine, the only reason I bought this thing) but yet, I cannot avoid yawning a couple of times once I get into a straight part of the circuit… soo slow.

Immersion is next to not existent. Sounds effect aren’t there (engine’s noise anyone?) Again: yawning. And I don’t want to even begin to talk about the scenarios. The tracks themselves are ok but… yet again, this is NOT FINISHED. One of the tracks has this big stands for spectators… and even though there are a couple of NPCs there it feels so EMPTY. Who would want to go and watch a boring slow race anyways?

Real player with 126.0 hrs in game

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What can I say about the 571B Banana Slicer that hasn’t already been said about the wheel, penicillin, or the iPhone…. this is one of the greatest inventions of all time. My husband and I would argue constantly over who had to cut the day’s banana slices. It’s one of those chores NO ONE wants to do! You know, the old “I spent the entire day rearing OUR children, maybe YOU can pitch in a little and cut these bananas?” and of course, “You think I have the energy to slave over your damn bananas? I worked a 12 hour shift just to come home to THIS?!” These are the things that can destroy an entire relationship. It got to the point where our children could sense the tension. The minute I heard our 6-year-old girl in her bedroom, re-enacting our daily banana fight with her Barbie dolls, I knew we had to make a change. That’s when I found the 571B Banana Slicer. Our marriage has never been healthier, AND we’ve even incorporated it into our lovemaking. THANKS 571B BANANA SLICER!

Real player with 28.4 hrs in game

Disney•Pixar Cars 2: The Video Game on Steam

Rouge Patrol

Rouge Patrol

The war between Rouge and Bleue has gone beyond either nation’s capacity to wage it. First they drafted the men and then boys… women were conscripted in turn. Now, with all spent - and surrender unthinkable - the grinding machine of war has turned to girls.

Fourteen years old, Sergeant P.G. Tails has lost everything to Bleue and will stop at nothing to achieve their destruction. But, as she leads her unit into the unending conflict, she begins to realise that the price of revenge may be paid, not by her, but the girls she has come to love. Worse, she carries a secret that puts her in more danger from her friends than her enemies…


Rouge Patrol tells an epic and heartfelt story about friendship, loss, and a young girl’s conflicting drive to avenge what’s been taken while preserving what remains. You will take on the role of Sergeant P.G. Tails and, through a fusion of visual novel and stat-raiser mechanics, explore a branching and perilous narrative.

Each member of Rouge patrol has her own history and interrelationships. But, as their commanding officer, your choices will determine their future. Form friendships with any or all of them, but balance socialisation against the pressures of maintaining your found family’s ability to survive the missions you lead them into.


  • Ten main characters and multiple sides, all with over thirty unique poses

  • Full HD CGs, backgrounds and sprites

  • Separate health, morale and relationship systems that impact characters' appearance and behaviour

  • Multiple story branches

  • Individual stat management for the whole patrol

  • Levels, exp, ability tests, perks and all that good stuff

  • Four branching romances

  • Tragic friendships!

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Rouge Patrol on Steam