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@2headedninja: Dan's quick look of Heroes of the Storm is what got me into the game in the first place. I regularly watched HGC but was always aware that the viewer count most times was around 2K people which is very low. Even the Blizzcon finals only drew about 10K viewers. Hots was the perfect moba for me to get into as both a player and as a viewer of the pro scene compared to Dota or League.

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@fleshgolem:Bingo. That's where I tapped out of Spacechem too.

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@garr123: Absolutely. XCom 2 is better, deeper XCom. I don't understand people thinking that it was worse than Enemy Unknown.

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Xcom 2 is listed as 2015 despite coming out in February.

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After seeing this on UPF I searched out gameplay videos to see if there was some really high level play online. So far the best I've seen is a channel called Stumpt. Seeing a level played really well makes this game amazing.

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The words 'Nemesis System' flashed in my head when thinking about the named enemies and factions. This is the perfect setting for a gang hierarchy.

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There are few games that I'll take a week off of work to just to play on release, but this is one of them. I've honestly never followed the release of a game more closely or with more intensity. This goes way beyond how I felt approaching the releases Borderlands 2, Red Dead, or Mass Effect 3.