Another day brings us another great Steam sale.

This one in particular contains a lot of my favorite franchises so without further adieu here are my recommendations for the 27th of December:

Don't get me wrong, I don't think Fallout 4 is a bad game. On the contrary, I think Fallout 4 is a great game. However its RPG elements are sadly lackluster.

I want to explore a world that seems alive, not one where there are barely any traces of civilization even after 200 years. Basically, I'd like to see Obsidian do to Fallout 4 what New Vegas did to Fallout 3.

With this in mind I compiled below a small list of things I'd like to see in the next Fallout game, things that might not have a big impact on gameplay but definitely have a big impact on how immersive and interesting the world is.

The steam daily sale is bigger than ever and with this many games to chose from its not easy to find out which one is worth your time and money.

With that in mind, here's my short list of recommendations for December 26th:

If you've been around the past few days you would have noticed how I complained about Killing Floor 2 adding microtransactions to the game while its still unfinished and in Early Access with slow update roll-outs.

As it turns out the Zed-Conomy is a small part of a bigger update that only got reveled the day after by PCgamer. It boggles my mind why they wouldn't release these two announcements at the same time and avoid needless criticism but here we are. So what else is coming with this update?

While not officially announced, Final Fantasy 6 appeared on the PEGI website (they handle European game ratings) with its platform listed as PC.

I haven't played FF6 in over 10 years if my memory serves me right so it will be interesting to see if the game holds up. My nostalgic view of it tells me its the best game ever with a truly amazing story but when I first played it I must've been 13 so I'm curious what my experience will be now that I'm (very slightly) more mature.

Dying Light's The Following DLC/expansion as well as the Season Pass are due for a price increase on December 8th. The reason being given is a big increase in the scope of the project.

The price for The Following DLC will go up from $15 to $20 while the season pass will go up from $20 to $30. So if you have any interest in Dying Light's DLC make sure to grab it before the price increase hits.

While I don't have the faintest clue what exploration Steam is referencing I know good deals when I see them and there are plenty to be found here.

The Steam exploration sale will be going from today (25th) to the 1st of December and while there don't seem to be flash sales the daily deals are more numerous then ever. Also, you can get a decent discount on the community market by using the SteamGuard Mobile App so if there are any skins you're interested in now would be the time.

If you're interested I'll detail my personal favorites below:

It took me years and a good bit of growing up to first start appreciating Ghost in the Shell but ever since then I've poured over every bit of content related to it. At its core is a question about what happens with humanity and our self identity when everyone can chose and change their body at will. So naturally when you have a topic this complex and thought provoking you make a first person shooter about it!

However, Ghost in the Shell: First Assault - Stand Alone Complex Online (also known by its catchy abbreviation GitS: FA - SACO) besides its absolutely insane name turned out to be a fairly solid game, if numerous beta reports are to be believed. And at some point in December we'll be able to see for ourselves as the game will be launching both on Steam and the Nexon launcher as a f2p title.

I am genuinely impressed by EA right now. A major complaint many people had with Star Wars Battlefront was its lack of content and here we are, not long after launch, with EA announcing another free map pack after the Battle of Jakku.

The Battle of Jakku itself will be arriving December 1st for those that pre-ordered Battlefront while the general public will be able to play it a week later. The newly announced free content, which is still unnamed, will be coming over the course of the next few months and will contain new maps as well as star cards.

Broforce might look like its trying too hard to be funny but underneath all of that is a really great homage to old action movies and games so don't dismiss it out of hand.

And if you ever thought Broforce couldn't be any more bro they've added two more bros... bro. This is a part of their free update called Lightning Strikes Twice which besides the titular bros is bringing in a bunch of new items as well as a challenge mode.