Reviews by Solidice
Great dealSolidice | June 27, 2013 | Review of Borderlands 2 Season Pass (NA)
All of the Borderlands 2 Campaign DLCs and the Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack included for less than it would be individually. You can't really get much better than that. All of the Campaign DLCs add much more play time to the game along with new weapons and weapon combinations. The Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack allows you to get to high levels up to 61. The base game by itself is a great buy, The season pass just adds on to the fun.
Japan Feudal strategy gameSolidice | June 27, 2013 | Review of Sengoku
Sengoku starts in the year 1467 and the different clan are at war with each other. You take control over a family and try to unite the nation under a single rule. The game may feel similar to other Paradox's strategy games as it follows many of the common gameplay elements from their games.
The game if probably closest to Crusader Kings II in gameplay. You control a family, you can participate in plots against your enemies or allies. If you were looking for a game similar to Crusader Kings II, but in a Japanese setting, then this game will fit right in.
Two great games in one packSolidice | June 11, 2013 | Review of Borderlands Pack
Both Borderlands games are very addicting and enjoyable RPG/Shooter. The "loot" system also make you want to keep playing to try and get the best weapon possible as you will probably never see the same gun twice.
Borderlands also has co-op for the entire story. While the story may be a little weak or disappointing, it's not really the main focus of the game. The gameplay, looting and the co-op if you are interested in that, will keep you playing the game for quite some time.
Good Co-op open world zombie gameSolidice | June 11, 2013 | Review of Dead Island: Game of the Year
If your looking for an open world zombie killing RPG-like co-op action game, then this is game for you. The actual story is lacking a bit, but the co-op experience with a good group of player can provide plenty of entertainment. The co-op setup is not difficult at all either, people can drop in or out of your game at anytime, or you could join/leave someone else's game at any time.
Of course if you would rather play alone, you can change the setting to not allow anyone to join your game, but this game is definitely more fun in a group.
Best DLC so farSolidice | June 11, 2013 | Review of Crusader Kings II: The Old Gods
Old Gods expands the already massive strategy game of Crusader Kings II. It moves the starting date back to the year 867 and allows Pagan religion rulers to be playable. Old Gods is definitely the best of the major DLCs from CK II. You can play as a viking and go out raiding, what else do you need?