This Bundle includes the following titles:
This Bundle includes the following titles:
Warhammer End Times Vermintide
Vermintide is a co-operative action first person shooter and melee combat adventure set in the End Times of the iconic Warhammer Fantasy world.
Co-Op Hero Defense set in a deadly post-apocalyptic Sweden. Team up with your friends and protect the Missile Silo against horrific beasts and outlaws.
Hamiltons Great Adventure
Hamilton's Great Adventure puts your problem solving skills and reflexes to the test. Outsmart the enemies, rush through the levels and collect all the bling to ensure your place on the leaderboards.
Krater is real-time squad based dungeon crawling adventure. The game combines fast paced combat, tactical squad management, crafting, and questing all seen from a classic RTS perspective.
Lead and Gold
Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West is a third-person shooter that delivers an intense team-based multiplayer experience. Relive the violent era of the Wild West with adrenaline-fueled action and fast-paced gunfights. Engage in gritty battles in beautifully rendered classic Western settings.
This is a collection of 5 games from Fatshark, containing all relevant DLCs: - Hamilton's Great Adventure - a pretty good logic arcade, somewhat reminiscent of Snake (here, too, you need to calculate your actions, so as not to get yourself into a dead end). The game has no special trump card that it could boast of, but it does have very good puzzles and a non-trivial but good story. Graphics and music are mostly generic, not standing out. Levels, in essence, are the same everywhere - you need to collect treasures and keys, running on ramshackle and collapsing platforms. These platforms, enemies and traps are the same everywhere, only their appearance changes, but not their essence. The game is clearly not for everyone, but can make for a nice timesink to stretch your brains after a day of hard work; - Krater - Collector's Edition - the game is not great, but it's a lot of fun. Innovative gameplay and interesting level design on the one hand, limited upgrade of the characters and repetitive battles in open terrain on the other hand. For hardcore RPG fans certainly not a worthwhile investment, but for those like me, interested in all sorts of genres and mixes, that is looking for an RPG with a pinch of humor, it is; - Bloodsports.TV - this game is a MOBA, only a PvE-MOBA. Imagine a classic MOBA such as LoL or Dota, etc., with some cellshading optics over it, replace your AI Minions with a handful of robots defending towers and the opponent team with waves of mutated postapocalyptic crazies inspired from Borderlands or Fallout. Makes you laugh and is quite funny. But consider that, like a "normal" MOBA, the battles are quite long and not many players are online, so get friends for coop-shredding; - Lead and Gold - Gangs of the Wild West - is, perhaps, one of the most fun and entertaining multiplayer games ever. Unfortunately, there have been no updates since 2011 (LaG was released in 2010), so the game was quickly forgotten and the servers were emptied. Of course, if bots were added to it or if it was made free to play, then it is possible that even today many people would still play it, but Lead and Gold apparently ceased to be a source of income for developers for a long time and they simply abandoned it. Now only veterans remain, most of whom have 2000+ hours and beginners will have a hard time against them They total around 10-20 at most, and then some of them do not always stop by daily. I love the theme of the wild west and everything connected with it, and I do not know any good westerns with such a vigorous multiplayer expereince, so, despite all of the above, it's still worth having; - Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide (+DLCs) is a co-operative first person action game. The game is best described as Left 4 Dead set in the Warhammer fantasy universe with a much heavier emphasis on melee combat, with a few extra bells whistles added to the mix. The core mechanics are solid and robust, and the weapons feel enjoyable and satisfying. The loot system for many players would be the primary motivation to keep on playing the game. Every time you emerge victorious, you?re given a chance to roll for a new piece of equipment, completing side objectives such as securing tombs, the infamous grimoires as well as winning on higher difficulties will give you a better chance at securing a rarer loot. Rarer equipment comes with better stats as well as additional passive traits which in turn will give you the much needed edge on the blood soaked battlefield. When it all comes together, the combat is hectic, bloody and extremely rewarding. Having said that, this is quite a repetitive game, you can finish all the thirteen missions that were offered on launch within eight hours or so, and thus relies on players to replay missions to acquire better loots in order to tackle the same missions on higher difficulties. Some would find this tedious and uninteresting, which is perfectly understandable, but for the others, this can be compelling and satisfying. You?ll just have to ask yourself if you enjoy this type of gameplay. To conclude, Warhammer: End Times ? Vermintide is a mechanically sound game with excellent combat and challenging game-play, and best played with a group of friends as teamwork is the key to success. The random loot drop system will keep players entertained should they don?t mind replaying the same missions over and over again for progression. That, and the competitive launch price of $29.99 USD or your regional equivalent, makes this title worth checking out.
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