So, is the latest faction DLC for Warhammer 40,000: Gladius - Relics of War worth it?
Author: Davide Roriz
Sentimental K’s gameplay is extremely engaging and responsive, and it’s without a doubt a hidden gem.
If you enjoy games like Stardew Valley and My Time at Portia, then you might enjoy your time in Summer in Mara, but if you’re like me and you hate constantly travelling back and forth then this might not be the game for you.
This is one of those games where you can completely lose the track of time and spend hours playing in one seating
ΔV: Rings of Saturn is an extremely relaxing asteroid mining game that can also simultaneously be really challenging and tense.
Monster Train is an absolute blast, and this is coming from someone who doesn’t usually enjoy card games.
If you want to get your hands on a fresh take on turn-based combat, you should definitely give Iron Danger a shot.
The Shieldbreaker might not offer a lot of content, but it is pretty cheap, and if you want to add some more extra variety to the base game, this would be a great option.
Rover Mechanic Simulator might not click with a lot of people, but for those that it will, it will surely provide them a great time with this fresh setting in the sim space.
If you enjoyed the base game of House Flipper and you just want more of the same, I honestly think you can’t go wrong with this DLC.