Smallworld, trust me on this one, the rules are dead simple, but is an absolute blast, 2 players would be under an hour to finish, and between the somewhat random nature of what you get keeps each game different and requiring you to switch up your strategy. It's probably one of my current favorite small group games right now.
Those are two on the top of my head, if you're looking for more I could probably throw out a few more good choices. Warning, I am not responsible for any breakup that might happen through the cut throat nature of board games.
Never understood the hate on the feature, or on the game in general. You don't enjoy the game? Fine, it's definitely not a game nor a genre for everything, but I don't get why people seem to want to raise pitchforks over it.
The definitive edition of Sleeping Dogs has been available on steam since August of 2012.
The big difference for me is keyboard and mouse support. I wouldn't play Tomb Raider or this with a controller again. Yeah, the driving isn't as precise without analog, but it's a fair trade. It's not just because I find keyboards and mice generally more comfortable and practical. The Batman: Arkham-inspired combat systems (Witcher 2 being the other) play very well with a keyboard and mouse.
See, I was in the other boat, even when playing it on my PC I couldn't stand the keyboard mouse setup, and I'm very much a prominent mouse user. To each their own!
The definitive edition of the critically acclaimed open world action-adventure rebuilt specifically for next-gen consoles including all the previously released DLCs
As in if you bought all the DLC separately it would cost you $85. Sleeping Dogs: DE is $60, which is actually the same price Steam has for the game and all the DLC bundled.
Unless you wait for a Steam sale and snag all the DLC for dirt, dirt cheap.
Saying that though, I will absolutely buy this again, this was easily my game of the year when it came out! Only reason I haven't 100% the achievements is because the dumb Steam cloud ate my save and it broke me a little bit...
I need to slap some new art on this, but I keep swapping out different buttons/boards/led's for shits and giggles, but this is my current stick I've been working on, along with the adorable painted ball top. Think I need to throw together some Under Night or Persona 4 Arena artwork for this thing. The wood is pau ferro, because why not use exotic wood for a fight stick.
Man, the more I look at it, more that's a horrible picture, oh well. Here's a picture of it once upon a time before led's and whatnot.
I'll definitely get it, but I feel like I want to play UNIEL more. Then the semester is going to start, and then Destiny is going to come out, and I'm still going to want to play UNIEL.
It's definitely fun, and I'm glad French Bread has finally made one of their games actually "easy"to get a hold of (saying this as a long time Melty Blood fan), plus it's actually getting a US release, so if we luck out we might actually see another one of their games hit Evo!