Unfortunately, we just don't know which games are going to come to Steam from MS, it's the same for Gears 4, is it coming? unknown, sorry.Any news on if Forza Horizon 4 is going to get a Steam release? Debating getting a WinStore key from CDKeys, but won't bother if there's a Steam version on the ahem horizon.
I mean you can do that but it's probably not what you're looking for. I'd read Line's post about NMS too.Thanks.
I'm hoping for less base building (I'm not really the Minecraft/Terraria kind of guy), and more exploration, and fighting other space ships.
- Vampire: The Masquerade - Coteries of New York presents the conflict between two vampiric factions: the traditionalist Camarilla and the fiercely independent Anarchs in New York
- It's a unique, atmospheric, single-player narrative experience, set in the rich, fully-licensed, globally-recognized universe of Vampire: The Masquerade 5th Edition.
- Coteries of New York present players with choices that matter, aiming to deliver a dark, atmospheric, and emotional narration mixed with morally challenging dilemmas, and many potential paths leading to the story’s finale.
- We plan to include significant branching and reactivity, so that the players feel their decisions influence the world around them and encourage multiple playthroughs for those invested in the world and story of Coteries of New York.
- You are a newly-fledged vampire in New York. You must learn what it means to be one of the Kindred in a huge, vibrant, contemporary metropolis.
- You will make choices for your character, including which storylines to pursue and how to approach the different situations presented. You will be presented with branching dialogue choices, memorable characters - all among iconic locales of New York City. You’ll be able to use Disciplines appropriate to your clan to charm, sneak, intimidate or kill, and your choices will determine your path.
- You’ll build your Coterie and learn your undead companions’ deepest secrets… or see them abandon you.
- Although you start off as part of the authoritarian vampire sect called the Camarilla, you soon learn that other factions exist - chief among them, the independent Anarchs. Your paths will inevitably cross theirs, but whether you choose to shun them, or try to learn more about what they represent, will be your decision.
- While the game is primarily text-driven and story oriented, several mechanics reflect the dark truths of being one of the Kindred.
- Hunger is used to indicate the constant need for blood that vampires must deal with nightly. Characters have the opportunity to hunt for blood during quests. Ignoring this need leads to warnings in the game’s fiction, and if disregarded for too long, to consequences that include succumbing to the Beast
- Humanity is a measure of how moral and rooted in humanistic principles the character is. This rating is used by the game to modify the results of choices in quests, offer additional story choices, or even lock certain choices out.
- Finally, the Masquerade rating tracks how well the character blends in with mortal society. Staying inconspicuous and hidden from prying eyes is even more important for vampires than ever, due to the existence of the so-called Second Inquisition, a clandestine hunt for vampires concealed within global government agencies. Secrecy and not flaunting your supernatural powers in the sight of mortals is of utmost importance.
I backed this on Kickstarter, but haven't had a chance to play it yet. Will likely check it out on the weekend.I just finished Gibbous - A Cthulhu Adventure and I really liked it. It's on the easy side and not very long (Steam says I played it for 9 hours, but I did replay parts of it to get some achievements I missed along the way), but I absolutely adored the story and its weird characters.
It reminded me of why I loved this genre growing up, as it's pretty clear that the devs loved Lucasarts adventures at least as much as I did
Thanks, but I already own Privateer, Freelancer (a personal favourite), and the X series (which reminds me, I'm yet to play the latest game ).As an alternative more traditional space game I really like the look of Rebel Galaxy Outlaw from the GB Quick Look but it's EGS so i've a year to wait at least. I don't know how the X Series is doing these days but that's worth a look. Privateer and Freelancer too. Most Space Ship games recently have been more shooters with a cursory narrative. I hope that starts to change with the release of RGO though.
Indeed it is.Starpoint Gemini 3 is shaping up very good, it's what I look forward to the most for spacey fun since Outlaw pulled their EGS shenanigans off.
It's good. I've been playing a lot over the last few days over wireless, and I haven't had any issues. It's basically the same setup as the mobile app, so you can alt-tab to the desktop (or set it up to start on the desktop).Does anyone here have a Steam Link? How is it over wireless? I've had pretty decent experiences with the mobile app despite my slow internet and I'm thinking of getting one of those boxes. They seem to be going around for about €20. I assume that, like the app, you can also alt tab out of big picture to just use your desktop?
Great! I think I'll give it a shot. Until now, I've been pulling out an unwieldy HDMI cable but this seems like a more seamless solution.It's good. I've been playing a lot over the last few days over wireless, and I haven't had any issues. It's basically the same setup as the mobile app, so you can alt-tab to the desktop (or set it up to start on the desktop).
It depends on the reason why the game is not available: if the game is banned from the store, I think cards are unmarketable ; otherwise, cards remain marketable.So when Duck Tales gets removed, it's badge cards won't be marketable anymore right? I've seen it happen it several games, but maybe it's something different with them?
I'll get excited if it isn't $%§-exclusive.
I noticed it too but I think it's Gamescom related, just a bit too early.Is there an imminent livestream I'm not aware of ? Why is the room bar displayed at the bottom of the thread ?
Gamescom is still a few days away.
I've had experience holding onto games that are no longer sold, and from my limited number of cases, that "discontinued" price spike never seems to occur and card just becomes unmarketable with no trade activity. I suspect it's because demand also dies off with supply (since people buying the game are where most of fresh demand comes from).Aaah and the cards are marketable, time for the waiting game and wait for the price on cards to skyrocket!
Any of y'all wanna buy some Lawbreakers cards?I've had experience holding onto games that are no longer sold, and from my limited number of cases, that "discontinued" price spike never seems to occur and card just becomes unmarketable with no trade activity. I suspect it's because demand also dies off with supply (since people buying the game are where most of fresh demand comes from).
Perhaps DuckTales will be different though, because of its name value.
Hi all, We're pleased to announce that we have a MAJOR patch for the Bard's Tale Trilogy ready for release... actually it's out right now! Here's a shiny new trailer showcasing some of these major changes! For those of you who have been on the beta testing branch, please note that the below...steamcommunity.com
New MAJOR patch up for The Bard's Tale Trilogy.
Yep, I loved not having to deal with the chaos mechanic. If they ever make a Dishonored 3, I hope they'll keep that part and the contracts idea from DotOIn Death of the Outsider there's no high or low chaos and no achievements for a clean hands run. Pretty freeing! Though I'm still doing a no kill run for the most part. I only take out the targets specified in contracts.
Great news.new trailer and v1.0 timeframe
Fury Unleashed Fury Unleashed (*previously called The Badass Hero) is a rogue-lite action-platformer, where you play through pages of a comic book. Experience fast-paced hit-and-run gameplay. And never do the same thing twice, thanks to procedurally generated levels and random items. All in...metacouncil.com
Oh the nostalgia, Still have the CD from Tachyon laying around somewhere.I didn't like that game outside its online capabilities myself. Universe ok, story ok, ship controls super intutitive with an expertly crafted mouse driven interface (which previous Starpoint Gemini games seemed to take after, though not quite as good) but not nearly as fun gameplay as any half decent space "sim" to me. It felt very by the numbers, unexciting, just increasing damage output as you progress but having it feel the same since the enemies also got better gear but all the behaviors were the same, plus spamming hull/shield restoration items being a thing as if it's Diablo or something rather than Wing Commander. I'd rather play some B tier janky space combat game of the era like Tachyon: The Fringe over Freelancer, not to mention the true classics of the genre.
Microsoft did have a sweet as hell space game back then though, but nobody played it (and it's online PVP only so that was obviously a problem, heh).
I have like 30 cards taking up space in my inventory that are no longer marketable, from stuff like Transformers, Reservoir Dogs and even a foil.I've had experience holding onto games that are no longer sold, and from my limited number of cases, that "discontinued" price spike never seems to occur and card just becomes unmarketable with no trade activity. I suspect it's because demand also dies off with supply (since people buying the game are where most of fresh demand comes from).
Perhaps DuckTales will be different though, because of its name value.