Doom&Destiny. D&D for friends, have a lot of humour(no man,i'm serious: i'm laughing from the beginning).
It makes you smile surely.
The story is weird and let you feel the need to go forward and see what the hell is happening (for me it worked in this way)
Turn based combact: clear and simple to understand, i like a lot the turn-line that help for planning attack or defense strategies.
It makes every day a good day XD
I always felt that the game was a tad too easy. Maybe easy isn't the best word, as at times it can get excruciatingly difficult. I could fight through hordes by holding the right mouse button and spamming potions endlessly, or get destroyed in a single hit by a boss that is roughly my level.
But I did thoroughly enjoy Torchlight as a "portable" dungeon crawler. Being a guy who's almost never at home for most of the time, solo play amidst titles like Path of Exile and Diablo 3 were a Godsend. So after beating the game twice, I decided to get a little bit more content via Runic's generous decision to enable modding.
Synergy not only added a ton of new content, many of which I have yet yet yet to experience, but I can say without a doubt that the best change is hands down the battle system, which has dramatically changed the stats values to ensure that, while you're still absolutely smiting massive hordes of enemies, you're always on your toes, every battle, no matter how small. Enemies took way more hits to be brought down, but simultaneously, it took way more hits to bring you down, too. It makes it far more fair when taking on a single enemy, but that is quickly rebalanced to make the game challenging by providing much, much larger hordes which absolutely fill the screen and attack you relentlessly. To those who found Torchlight difficult, or just right, this mod may be hell itself, but to those who wanted a more traditional ARPG challenge, it's heaven. Highly recommended for the latter.
Full review: Egamer.co.za
Eleusis is extremely well-made, and a top quality production. It may be expensive, but there’s no denying that a lot of effort was put into it. The narrative however is the main attraction, but the gameplay unfortunately has the potential to detract from it. If you’re not adverse to thorough exploration and old-school item hunting, the great narrative will definitely pull you in and you’ll love this experience. But for the more modern or impatient gamer, it could easily get tedious or frustrating. I enjoyed my time with Eleusis, but almost all of that came from the narrative and setting.
The Floris Mod Pack adds so much to the game that it simply results in an all-around more enjoyable experience. Everything from new music, units, items, and companions, to improved diplomacy and AI, there's almost nothing the mod pack doesn't change for the better. There are still a few minor bugs and glitches, but don't detract from the quality of the mod pack in a major way.
Read about this game on IndieDB, and didn't even bother playing the demo. I bought it right then and there, and have enjoyed it ever since. I love how every dynamic character is different, as is the city. In one play through you start right in the middle of the map. On another, you start in the corner. In another, you could start anywhere. If you get tired of a certain character that keeps causing issues with the other characters, simply send them to breach the police department with no weapon. If they die, Yay! If they survive, Weapons! You're in control of the game, the relationships, and the characters interactions with the world. Their lives are in YOUR hands.
I won't say it's for everyone, as it is a TEXT heavy adventure. But if you're not one of those TL;DR losers, and you enjoy a game that always has another surprise around the corner...Get. This. Game.