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  1. Bought the game just yesterday on Steam and I must say the game is quite good. It feels like you're playing an online battle with say 30-40 people, but it's actually just you on single-player. The AI really is that good. It certainly ain't no tripple-A game, but considering the price (it's 25% off right now) it's pretty decent. Plus the graphics are kind like funny, which I like and which makes you feel not too seriously towards the actual gameplay.
  2. Hi gents! How about this one?
  3. New WW2 naval game in the making:
  4. New WW2 tank sim in the making: More info here: https://www.steelgearsimulator.com/Home/Home
  5. How about a historical single-player FPS game? Or as Steam describes it: Rise of Liberty is a FPS single-player massive Revolutionary War battle simulator. Fire deafening cannons into the thick of the battle, stand in line formation and fire devastating volleys into the enemy. Gather your men for these monumental battles and defeat the enemy!
  6. Yeah, Gunship on the C64! Or Silent Service. Those were the days... As far as I can remember, most Microprose games were really good.
  7. More space exploration stuff in VR.
  8. Just came out earlier this month.
  9. Ah, Microprose, a name that truly brings back found memories. I also would love to see a remake of some of their classics. But sadly their new webside kind of looks odd indeed. Well, I for once wouldn't hold my breath.
  10. Yep, IL-2 BOS is a MUST in VR. It's a fantastic experience. Now, how about this one? http://vira.design/index.php/portfolio/82-interactive-spaces/181-steel-beasts
  11. Thanks, Red. Reentry looks very interesting indeed. Unfortunaterly it doesn't seems to be supporting VR. That's the trouble with VR - once you got used to it, you don't wanna go back to flat 2D screen.
  12. Not really a game at all, but if you got a vr headset and a love for outer space, you'll be in for an amazing ride. It costs around 10 bucks on Steam and though it's quite short and rather limited (only a few interactive moments for the player) , the overall experience is breath-taking.
  13. Well, there are two ways. 1) Buy directly from the developer: https://il2sturmovik.com/store/battle-of-bodenplatte/ In the menu to the right, you'll also find a link to Tank Crew, which is still early access. 2) Buy from Steam. However, presently you can only buy Battles of Stalingrad, Moscow and Kuban. Plus, in case you're going to buy from Steam, you'll have to buy Battle of Stalingrad first because Steam treads all the other titles as DLC's. Tank Crew should become available on Steam once it becomes finalized (at least that's what I heard).
  14. You're welcome, Red. I recently started playing IL-2 Great Battles in VR and it's a blast - highly recommended! I'm curious how Tank Crew will turn out.
  15. Here is something for anyone who want to experience tank warfare in vr (virtual reality):
  16. Jaguar


    Just found this one: https://waterloo3d.com/ I'm not a big fan of that area, but this game looks promising...
  17. Yeah, in my humble opinion KCD one of the best games I ever played. I think this guy sums KCD up perfectly (don't mind the comments about the bugs - since this video is quite old, those bugs have already been fixed).
  18. Glad you like it, Red. There are still some bugs, but no show stoppers as far as I can tell. The game has been patched extensively since it's release. Learning to read in this game is not a must, but I recommend you do. How you approach and play this game is entirely up to you - KCD provides a lot of freedom to the player.
  19. That's a beautiful looking game!! I remember I saw that one a few years back. It's only multiplayer, right? I might try my hands on some day, but right now I just don't have the time (my guess is this game requires plenty of time). Hey, in case you fancy some historical game set in the medieval time period I highly recommend this one: https://www.kingdomcomerpg.com/ It's still on sales on Steam.
  20. The devs really toned down the AI - much better now imho. Sorry, but I haven't found the time to go online yet. Making things "worse", I now also, finally, got me a copy of Arma III since it was on sales on Steam last week. That'll keep me busy for some time, I guess. Love the look of that new UBOAT game. I just wish someone would make a similar game, but for WW2 tanks instead. That would be a blast.
  21. At what time do you guys normally play? I'm in Japan, so it might be difficult for me to join. Plus I don't have much time in the first place, which is one of the main reasons I'm focusing on single player. If I can make it, I'll be using the same nick I'm using here, so you should recognize me if I show up.
  22. Thanks for the invitation, Red! Is that Ground Branch Discord channel showing up inside the GB server brower? Or do I have to access the channel through a different link? Right now I'm playing with the God mode ON. I know it's cheating - but so does the AI. Anyway, even with the God mode enabled, I still try my best to get the first shot in. If not, I'll take mental notice. I found for me the frustration level is much lower now.
  23. Well, I got my copy of Ground Branch. Overall I really like the feel of the game, but I think the devs should tone down the AI a bit. The reaction time and accuracy of the AI appears to be somewhat over the top imho. But I'm really looking forward to the finished version.
  24. Thanks guys for your input regarding single player games. I might give Arma a try one of these days. Regarding Ground Branch, yeah I saw that on steam, too, but thanks for the heads-up. I think I'll first wait to see some reviews on Youtube. Btw, I wonder when (if) Arma 4 will see the light of day. Has anyone heard anything about that? Arma 3 was released in 2013, if I remember correctly. That's almost 5 years ago, which is a long time when it comes to PC games.
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