If you're a Telltale games fan; they're releasing the Game of Thrones series. Their games are quite good. Wolves Among Us and Walking Dead got good scores. Episode 1 has been released, though I usually wait until they've released all six episodes as Telltale likes cliffhangers. I've also heard that "War of Mine" is pretty interesting. It's a platformer of some sorts. I don't have steam so it's slightly difficult to tell what they have for saleYes, TFU is The Force Unleashed. My favorite genres are Indie, Action, Fantasy, FPS, RPG, and Multiplayer (online games and campaign games with co-op (like Portal 2)). I also love games with cool pixel art (Terraria, Bro-Force) and some games that are fast-paced (like Savant: Ascent). Star Wars games are also something I like, but I have most of the ones I really want(ed). I have also been looking at realMyst but I haven't played any games like that so I don't know yet whether I like them or not. Puzzle games like Anti-Chamber look fun too.
My computer is not a gaming computer by any stretch of the imagination. I have an Intel CORE i3 and my graphics card is an Intel HD 4000. My hard drive is 418 GB with 141 GB free.
Actually with those specs you can probably run it. I have a cheap laptop. Intel Pentium, HD4000 and 4 GB ram and I can run stuff with with system requirements higher than those of TFU2 with some tweaking (SC Blacklist, Planetside 2, BF3).My computer is not a gaming computer by any stretch of the imagination. I have an Intel CORE i3 and my graphics card is an Intel HD 4000. My hard drive is 418 GB with 141 GB free.
As ccgr pointed out, yes, but if you like investigation games you might want to look at Sam and max. The website indicates that they're available on steam. I've only played demos of the various episodes and they're a bit dated now, but they still have Telltale's touch (if you've played any of their other titles).Warning those Telltale games have a lot of language and violence in them
I have no idea, you are right that it pretty much never goes on sale,I have looked at Starbound a little more and I know I am going to get it and I am also really itching to play it. I also know that it almost never goes on sale and when it does, the discount is small. Is it worth waiting 'till the Steam winter sale?
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