PolyPirate says: The classic and must own. This game has it all from a interesting story and location, to multiple ways of resolving a problem. The tone is dark and gritty and the wasteland holds plenty of ways for you to meet your demise. A Masterpiece.
PolyPirate says: Much like the original in terms of design and with improved mechanics. A great sequel and follow up. The story is still dark and gritty, but there was a lot more humor added to this one. A classic and must own post apocalyptic adventure.
PolyPirate says: A excellent example of puzzles and storytelling. The artwork was fantastic and the characters all enjoyable. Some interesting issues are brought up and the drive to find out what really happened to man will make you not want to put it down.
PolyPirate says: Many where disappointed to find out this was not a rpg, but more of a squad based tactical shooter. Set in the falloutvers, this well done strategy game will test your ability as a squad leader. Its enjoyable for what it is even if its rpg ultralight
PolyPirate says: Not post nuke wasteland per se, however this is forgivable as the setting takes place in a universe that has been plagued with war for thousands of years. One of the best RTS games in its genre. The scale of battles for its time was amazing.
PolyPirate says: Set in a futuristic apocalypse, this racing game is fast and action packed. Featuring some awesome track designs and fasted paced in your face racing. POD will leave you at the edge of your seat as you try to snag first place.
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