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Windows FROSTPUNK

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Blogins, 8 Apr 2018.

  1. Blogins

    Blogins Panda have Guns

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    Really excited for this. I hope its as good as it looks.
     
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    Been watching a twitch stream of the game in play, just itching to get at the game now!
     
  4. Goatee

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    Me too. Also got battletech coming out on Tuesday. Not sure what to play first.
     
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    Its amazing how un-hardy us Brits would appear to be. I seem to have more people in care homes than working.

    Bit of social commentary right there.
     
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    Just completed my first city. Really brilliant end game scenario, I did not see that coming. I shan't spoil it for others very worthwhile discovering it for yourself! :thumb:
     
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    Really enjoying this game, heading towards the endgame on the first scenario.

    Beautiful to behold in a bleak kind of way supported by a haunting soundtrack.

    If Anno 2205 is about optomistic hope for the future, Front punk is about a desperate and bleak want to survive.
     
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    13eightyfour Formerly Titanium Angel

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    Completed the first 2 scenarios so far and really enjoying the game. Ended up on the brink of disaster on more than 1 occasion, only just managed to scrape by.

    When I first started I thought the actual play area was far too small, but because of the building placement it never actually feels as small as it looks.
     
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    I finished my first play through, agree very much in the end game. I scraped through it, barely!
    I did an 'order' path, which very rapidly turned into a brutal distatorship...

    I tired the other 2 scenarios, boy are they tough, a nice challenge and change of pace to the main campaign for sure.

    I am now doing another play of the main story, this time going for religion instead of order, see how it plays out and if I can do better!
     
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    Picked this up and was playing it into the early hours of this morning, it would appear I am not very good and had a cold lonely walk in the snow after being ousted :D nice game though, need a bit more planning on my part. Nice to get a discount on it because I bought one of their prior games on Steam, not seen that before.
     

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