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    Ended up going with:
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    Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor,
    Divinity Original Sin EE,
    Baldur's Gate Siege of Dragonspear,
    Telltale Walking Dead Michonne, and
    Being keeping my eye on Michonne for a while. I've played the 3 TT WD games and really liked them. More story than game really. But I felt Michonne was a lot overpriced so was waiting for a good special.

    I also tried TT Game of Thrones version but didn't take to it as much. I think the story and characters wasn't as strong.
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    I ended up saving my money for a new tennis racquet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rincewind View Post
    I ended up saving my money for a new tennis racquet.
    great choice!

    the last game I played was civilisation (don't remember the number though, i was at my friend's). when I stop and think of games they seem to be a terrible time killer. they are engaging and all, but they are unhealthy (or I'm just being too fussy about my sedentary life style )

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    Quote Originally Posted by chessjess View Post
    great choice!

    the last game I played was civilisation (don't remember the number though, i was at my friend's). when I stop and think of games they seem to be a terrible time killer. they are engaging and all, but they are unhealthy (or I'm just being too fussy about my sedentary life style )
    More unhealthy than chess? It's all about balance I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chessjess View Post
    great choice!
    I would agree except that my Steam library already contains 82 games. When I have a similar number of tennis racquets I may be approaching life-balance.
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    ahhhh...Sprout be missing all da forums n threads like this one ......Been working on meh game systems lately... Arizona due take itsw toll on everythang made outta plastic for its so-So dry here it breaks n cracks n disco's whin a year lolol.....Just fixed meh classic netendo a month ago...it needed new pin set..... only cost sprouty 25 bucks to fix.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by road runner View Post
    I'm looking at:
    Desktop Dungeons,
    Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor,
    Darkest Dungeon,
    Mordheim: City of the Damned,
    Shadowrun: Hong Kong EE,
    Assassin's Creed Syndicate,
    Divinity Original Sin EE,
    Fallout 4,
    Doom,
    Baldur's Gate Siege of Dragonspear,
    Telltale Walking Dead Michonne, and
    Planescape: Torment.

    But probably not all of them
    Winter sale ending soon. I'm looking at

    Stellaris, Avadon/Avernum bundle, Advanced Tactics, Crusader Kings II, Lords of Waterdeep, LOTR War in the North, Stronghold HD, Ticket to Ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rincewind View Post
    Winter sale ending soon. I'm looking at

    Stellaris, Avadon/Avernum bundle, Advanced Tactics, Crusader Kings II, Lords of Waterdeep, LOTR War in the North, Stronghold HD, Ticket to Ride.
    I'm boycotting (for now). After playing Divinity: OS, I got Divinity: OS 2, and hated it, asked for a refund. They refused the refund, even though I've been on Steam for 12 years and have almost 100 games and have never asked for a refund before. I'll probably go back but for now I'm sulking.

    I did pick up a free copy of Talisman digital, have just started playing that after not touching it (the boardgame) since the 80's.
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    Steam refund is only applicable if you have played the game for less than two hours.

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