Steam Autumn Sale 2015

I am aware that all the ‘deals’ are active. I’ll be discussing the highlighted deals of the day here:

DAY 6: Insurgency is a realistic, fun FPS. Prison Architect is a light hearted strategy game, but can go quite deep and complex if you allow it.

DAY 5: The Scandinavia DLC for Euro Truck Sim 2 is mine! So many people love this game, those who don’t haven’t played it. If someone could explain how Crusader Kings works I’d play it. ARMA III is a deep military simulation unlike any other shooter. Game Dev Tycoon is simple but fun for a while.

DAY 4: If you haven’t ever tried Portal 2 (or 1) definitely give them a go- they’re some of the best puzzle games of all time. Arkham City is one of the few adventure games I’ve ever completed, due to its fantastic story. To the Moon is an amazing ‘game’ (more interactive visual story).

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Steam Autumn Sale 2015

A Review of The Negotiator (1998)

“When your friends betray you, sometimes the only people you can trust are strangers.”

Samuel L. Jackson and Kevin Spacey star in The Negotiator – an action thriller directed by F. Gary Gray, who recently helmed Straight Outta Compton.

This film balances action, drama and an interesting plot in a manner rarely seen in modern day Hollywood.

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A Review of The Negotiator (1998)

A Review and Game-Play Diary of Door Kickers

Door Kickers is a top down strategy game in which you command a SWAT team to complete your objectives, take out the bad guys and save the day!

You feel like the commander issuing orders from HQ as you use different weapons and tactics (which is why their SWAT) to arrest, acquire evidence, escort VIP’s etc.

The game is easy to control and can be played in a real time fashion or paused at will. There are many weapons classes and perks to unlock.

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A Review and Game-Play Diary of Door Kickers

A Review of Begin Again (2013)

“You can tell a lot about a person by what’s on their playlist.”

Begin Again is a drama about the relationships of two people in the music industry who have hit rock bottom. The story is told well, with the use of flashbacks, giving the two main characters more depth.

Keira Knightley and Mark Ruffalo are great as a betrayed amateur musician and alcoholic ex music producer respectively. Their characters have layers that we see as the movie goes on.

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A Review of Begin Again (2013)