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In this competition you have the chance to win: 2K 10th Anniversary / In this contest, there will be only one winner!

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Starts 23.12.15 / Ends 27.12.15

Fourth game contest you can win are: 2K 10th Anniversary

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Game Competition (2K 10th Anniversary)

~ Answer the following questions to win ~


  • Questions 01: What is your favorite game that has been released this year 2015?
  • Questions 02: What is your favorite Mod from this website, and why?

This competition is under the Rule nr. 01 - (Game Competition Info)
One lucky winner will be drawn in this competition.
This competition will expire 23.12.2015 - (The competition is now close)
Those who win will be contacted by those who Sponsor this competition.
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Sponsor of this competition is: Kark-Jocke

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Templarfreak
Templarfreak

Q1: Do expansions count? If so, I think it's a tough choice for me between The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth, and Undertale. Both of which just feel like such full-feature gaming experiences to me. Everything that these two titles set out to do, they accomplish and exceed in. I've already spent 100s of hours between the two and they've only been out for a few months!

Q2: I think again it's a tie between the not-yet released Amnesia: A Fear In Hands (https://www.moddb.com/mods/amnesia-fear-in-hands), Penumbra: Necrologue (https://www.moddb.com/mods/penumbra-necrologue/images), Penumbra: Twilight Of The Archaic (https://www.moddb.com/mods/penumbra-twilight-of-the-archaic), and StarCraft: Burning Ground (https://www.moddb.com/mods/burningground). I think most of these can be pretty self-explanatory, except the StarCraft mod. Burning Ground is just an insanely fun total-conversion for Brood War, and really revitalizes the game in a lot of ways. A lot of custom mechanics were made for it, and three new factions were designed and fully fleshed out.

Edit: Right, I forgot links don't convert to the simple text in comments anymore... (Wtf, Moddb)

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Ori`verda
Ori`verda

Q1:
Dragon Ball Xenoverse. It has its flaws but it is a step into a rebirth of the franchise, moreover it gives us one of very few PC games. DBXV has a good modding community as well and an (somewhat) original story.

Q2:
Rise of the Mandalorians. It is a mod for one of the best classic Star Wars games to date; Empire at War. It adds a completely new faction which play an important part in both Star Wars Canon and Star Wars Legends.

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Packy21
Packy21

Q1: fallout 4. One of the only games that lived up to the hype
Q2: rise of the reds. Just the amount of added content alone is immense. Add to that the new gameplay changes and factors, and it makes generals a totally different game.

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SomeGuyNamedTom
SomeGuyNamedTom

1) I wasn't a huge fan of the games that were released this year, but if I had to choose a favorite, I would say Ori and the Blind Forest. I'll spare the details about why, but it does have to do with its soundtrack and visuals.

2) I enjoyed ones like NMRIH and Black Mesa when they were still just mods, but the one I got the most enjoyment out of would be Resistance & Liberation. I haven't played it in a while and the community is probably shrinking from its already small numbers, but it's a pretty fun way to pass the time. I enjoy it because of the community that is on most of the time and the mechanics of the game. It takes teamwork to capture objectives and they have events where the focus is to not goof around and work together.

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Ori`verda
Ori`verda

I'm your favourite game?

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SomeGuyNamedTom
SomeGuyNamedTom

If you are a spirit of light trapped in a forest full of decay, then yes.

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brunocar
brunocar

1) black mesa (steam release), because the multiplayer was worth the 2 year wait, its half life multiplayer with better graphics, better balance and the best pistol in the universe, the automatic glock 17.
2) GMDX, because its what revision wasn't, an improvement in every way to deus ex, new mechanics, better graphics, easy to install and bugfix galore.

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MethaneDude
MethaneDude

Questions 01: it would have to be fallout 4. i'm a sucker for rpg elements like in s.t.a.l.k.e.r & high end graphics.

Questions 02: this is gonna take a minute, because i played an assload of mods here.

first one is empire 3: Moddb.com. i like mount & blade, but this expands it to the point of awesome, because not only it expands the map & adds more diverse factions, it also adds pbod which is nice in itself.

second is star wars warlords: Moddb.com. it combines the many ships of star wars & the frantic pace of homeworld 2. it's underdeveloped as ****, but hey, i love it.

third is project brutality. it takes brutal doom to the next level with ceiling climbing demons, jetpack skeletons, flamethrowing barons & diverse weapons.

fourth is eternal confrontation. i like soulstorm & i like it's high res mod. put those together & add more units & the tyranid mod, it's a mod not even ultimate apoc can beat imho.

fifth & last is ballistic weapons mod for ut2k4:it combines the tournament play & adds more cooler weapons, physics, blood & strategy.

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NanoTheBandit
NanoTheBandit

1. Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin, game is kicking my *** in my favorite game series, the Souls series.

2. Arsenal Overhaul for S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat, the weapons are just fantastic, everything is fantastic about the mod, gunplay is great, sounds are nice, everything. Except for crashes that is :/

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HenryT77
HenryT77

1. Hard to say, there was many good games... I think I spend lot of time with Solarix, A Pixel Story, but for me the best was The Curse of Issyos by Locomalito games (my gameplay here Youtube.com). Also second place - but other level - is SOMA.

2. Penumbra: Necrologue.

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KingKetsa
KingKetsa

1: Metal Gear Solid V, this game got me into the MGS franchise.
2: Gekokujo, a feudal japan mod for Mount and Blade Warband.
This mod is the best project for recreating the Sengoku Jidai era of Japan in mount and blade. The sword play and bow shooting are really well done.

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hoho96
hoho96

1. World of Warships: A free fully online multiplayer clash of fire and steel! Put it on ultra quality and your PC would cry :D
Lots of ships including battleships, cruisers, destroyers, and carriers all with unique features, playstyle, and details.

2. Edain for sure XD
It basically took an old rusty made-by-EA game, and transformed it to something worthy of Tolkien legacy.
Big attention to details, balancing gameplay, tons of new and innovative features and mechanics that have never been seen in such an old game!
What's more is that Edain never seem to be overwhelmed with the huge community. The mod always interact with the community for feedback and ideas (even contributions), and still don't go add-everything-mode.

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Dr.Goupyl
Dr.Goupyl

Q1: KF2. Been waiting for it for a while. It's been evolving this entire year and it's really turning into a nice piece of work.

Q2: I would say fir this year: silent hill Alchemilla. Damn it's really nicely made and the atmosphere inside, dayum ! Feels good to see that source still have things to offer after all that time.

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