There are some Extraordinary game deals this weekend. I am getting reminders of around the winder holidays where there is always a multitude of amazing deals. We even have a free paid game that didn’t make our April List.
Extraordinary Game Deals This Weekend
Undertale is a game that every gamer should play. When I first loaded it up, and saw it’s pixel art graphics I judged it. It took me 4 years to come back to it, and that was a huge mistake.
Undertale has interesting exploration, good character development, and a story that will make you cry at parts. To beat the main story is about 7 hours, and about 21 hours if you want to play as a completionist.
If you haven’t played Undertale, you are missing out. Don’t make the mistake I made and judge it based on it’s graphics. I missed out on one of my best gaming experiences judging a game by its graphics first.
The Civilization games are some of the most known RTS games throughout gaming history. The original Civilization was released in 1991 and the franchise is still strong 31 years later.
Civilization 6 Anthology is typically found for approximately USD if not on sale.
Civilization IV has many advantages over the prior Civilization games. For one, Firaxis no longer supports the prior games.
Civilization IV also takes a different approach to managing your cities than Civilization V. Instead of managing via city, capital, and satellite cities you now manage a bunch of tiny cities (which can all be managed in different ways).
There have also been several graphical improvements, and the Anthology comes with all of the DLC’s for Civilization VI making the game feel extremely completed.
Fable was originally released in 2001 on the first Xbox. At the time it was released it was revolutionary. It is the first game I remember where your actions truly had consequences on your story and on your outcome.
In 2014 Xbox Studios released the Fable Anniversary edition for PC with a full HD remaster. I don’t think I had ever been so excited to replay a game.
Fable has aged very well due to the game being so far ahead of it’s time when it was released. Fable is another game that I feel all gamers should play. It definitely influenced games as we know them today.
In the last could of years there have been several games released that utilize the Left for Dead 2 formula including World War Z: Aftermath, Back 4 Blood, and Zombie Army 4: Dead War.
Of those games, I enjoy Zombie Army 4 much more than the others for several reasons. The first is that is that Zombie Army has a very balanced difficulty. Back 4 Blood goes from being able to one shot everything to all of the sudden you can barely kill anything. World War Z: aftermath suffers from the same plague.
Zombie Army 4 also has some original mechanics such as after shooting enough zombies you can then kill one with a melee attack to gain health and ammo.
Zombie Army 4 also doesn’t take itself too seriously, which is refreshing. The story is absolutely ridiculous as well. You are essentially fighting Nazi Zombies.
Zombie Army is a fun single player game, and even better in up to 4-player co-op.
As far as MMO’s go, I would say Black Dessert has some of the best Visuals I’ve seen in any MMO. The world is absolutely detailed and beautiful.
Black Desert has a large learning curve in the beginning. In addition to that, it often sucks time more than any MMO I’ve played. For instance, there was a Valentine’s day quest where you received cards for e very hour you were logged in.
I highly recommend getting this while is free. Also be aware of how many microtransactions exist in Black Desert. If you aren’t careful you can easily get sucked into spending money you didn’t intend to.
While all of this may make Black Desert sound like a horrible MMO, it is definitely not. I have highly enjoyed my time in Black Desert, but had to quit when I realized how much time I was putting into it.
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