Reviews by cgrozar

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Entertaining Pirate Adventure

cgrozar | May 31, 2014 | Review of Sid Meier's Pirates!

I've played this game for hours. The graphics are pretty decent for its time. You are thrown into the Caribbean from 1600-1700 and pretty much given free reign. You can be a pirate, looting ships and sacking cities for wealth, or work as a privateer for one of the nations. You could even try to live as a peaceful trader carrying goods between cities. The fencing minigame is amusing, nothing too special, and their is turnbased tactical battles when you attack a city. I will say that the dancing minigame for wooing governor's daughters can be annoying but its optional. This is an amazing game and you really can't go wrong with it only being $9.99.

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Buy It Now

cgrozar | May 17, 2014 | Review of Crusader Kings II

This game is amazing. I bought the demo, played a hour, then went and pre-ordered the game. I have gotten countless hours out of this game. Take control of a medieval dynasty and lead them to glory. You'll be involved in crusades, court politics, civil wars, ect. I could go on and on. It has great emergent story-telling, pretty good graphics, and is not too difficult to catch on to, but pretty difficult to master. This is a must have game for all strategy fans.

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I Don't Want To Set The World on Fire...

cgrozar | May 14, 2014 | Review of Fallout 3

Fallout 3 is great. If you've played an Elder Scrolls game, you'll be familiar with the gameplay. Bethesda took the classic Fallout series and made it an open world rpg like Elder Scrolls. You'll explore the world of the Wasteland, on a quest to find your father, or you can forget the main quest and pursue one of the many side quests. The combat system is very interesting, the Vats system giving a tactical edge to the fps combat. With hours of gameplay, you can't go wrong with Fallout 3.