Ok, here's a brief catch up for you, warning, there are spoilers.
US sponsored a coup in Ukraine, complete with Nazi's, War crimes etc. You really missed this episode ?, it was awesome.
Next, US blames Russia for the US coup, bit of a plot twist...., who would be dumb enough to believe this ?.
Next, clearly the EU is dumb enough, support US sanctions on Russia for US coup.
Plot twist, Malaysian Airlines aircraft shot down...... US and EU blame Russia, Interesting cliffhanger.
US and EU decide that the report into into aircraft loss MUST be approved by Ukraine prior to its release, strange as facts suggest Ukraine shot it down.
Next episode, US says more sanctions as Russia hasn't supported US/Nazi coup and is evil enough to say that the people of the region should choose in free elections who they want to lead them.
Clearly democracy is a 'Bad Choice' as this suggestion really upsets the US/EU.
OK, your now up to date with the latest episode, did that help ?
So, back to my post, clearly Valve, by offering cheap video games to the Russians, are directly responsible for these sanctions not overthrowing the Evil Russian Regime, therefore leading to the end of Western Civilization.
Half Life 3 has a lot to live up to when it's released.
Which neatly brings us back to Valve/Steam......
So therefore, on topic.
Racer XYZ is actually a persona invented by Scawen with the intention of turning every thread on the forum into mad off-topic babbling about Russia, in the hope that everyone will stop reading it and this millstone round his neck can finally die the death it's been waiting for for the past five years.
Picked up Spintires for 10 bucks. It's technically very impressive. Looks great and softy body physics and road deformation are high quality.
It's crying out for business elements to be integrated to it, so you can run your own logging transport or vehicle recovery business.
Well worth $10 anyway...
The game cast players as a hospital manager tasked with overseeing patient care, financial attainment, general building upkeep and more; but it wasn't nearly as dull as it sounds.
Like Theme Park before it, Theme Hospital became known for its dark sense of humour, with players battling to contain a range of comic illnesses, from 'Hairyitis' to 'Slack Tongue'.
There was also 'Bloaty Head', an affliction so contagious that a strain of it went on to infect characters in The Sims 3 more than a decade later.
An early build of the game had players up against real-life diseases, treating, curing and containing them, but the decision to replace them with fictional conditions was ultimately the right one as it made the experience more lighthearted, more Scrubs than ER.