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$19.99
Recommended February 21, 2015
"A really good tower defence game coupled with a really good action RPG results in a truly stupendous game. Mac performance is not great though."
$29.99
Recommended December 23, 2014
"Not as strong as some of Telltale's other recent offering (judging by the first episode), but certainly entertaining nonetheless"
$24.99
Recommended December 9, 2014
"Genuinely funny, keeping the spirit of the other Borderlands game despite being a point-and-click adventure (of sorts)."
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$14.99
$7.49
Recommended December 1, 2014
"A great transition from choose-your-own adventure book to video game, and an equally good transition from mobile to desktop"
$39.99
Recommended October 29, 2014
"More of the Borderlands 2 experience, with low gravity and Australian accents."
$9.99
Recommended October 5, 2014
"This game gets a lot of criticism for being unfair, but ignore all that. It's a really haunting, thought-provoking puzzle platformer"
$19.99
Recommended October 5, 2014
"One of the best Lego games to date. Still has all the same problems of all the others, but a very compelling game"
$19.99
Recommended October 5, 2014
"Remains one of the strongest co-op games available for Mac to this day, and even includes all content from the first game."
$14.99
Recommended October 5, 2014
"Somewhat underrated post-apocalyptic action RPG. It's no Diablo, but certainly worth a look."
$39.99
Recommended October 5, 2014
"One of the few Early Access games worth recommending, there's simply hours of fun here, provided you can stomach the steep learning curve"