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What are you playing?

Post by calmcow » Wed Jun 27, 2018 1:36 pm

What are you playing right now? if there is any.
I'm playing tunnel rush - just to waste my time :)

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Post by Teichu » Thu Jul 19, 2018 9:15 am

I have been spending a lot of time in the Path of Exile recently, I even bought the first items and currency to create my own build :-) A very good game, in my opinion a worthy successor to Diablo 2, and I am a big fan.
Very well crafted system, there is alchemy and you can create your own items using orbs.
Of course, I'm not writing about getting through the hordes of monsters, because it's obvious :-)
If you want to start playing, I recommend guides[...]

This game is also very addictive and you can lose a lot of time

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Post by Dream Sphere » Thu Jul 19, 2018 6:37 pm

Finally ended up buying Fallout 4 and all its official DLC. The combat is a lot better than the previous two, much more fluid, exciting, and less clunky. Although previous Fallout games' combat did have its charm, and did encourage me to up my repair skill a lot, which seems to be missing in 4. As a whole package I don't mind that they changed the dialogue system, but I do still miss the old dialogue system, though in some ways it's not too different. Having a voiced character has its ups and downs. Sometimes it's good because it's more cinematic, other times it feels like the character isn't representing my desired persona very well despite me choosing the best dialogue option available.

Idk how far I am into completing all the quests but there seems to be a lot, which is really positive to me. The crafting system is also really good. That being so makes me interestsd in some kind of hardcore mode like in New Vegas, if there is one in official Fallout 4, if not I'm sure there's a mod for it.

The most interesting quest so far for me is the one that involves the Cabot family. I won't spoil any of it, but it's pretty interesting, especially if you read all the notes/holotapes that the characters associated with the quest leave around.

Overall I can't say it's better than 3 or NV, but it's equally fun in its own way. There's actually been nothing disappointing about it to me so far, besides the usual (once every 3-6 hours) game crashes which most Bethesda games have. The one thing that took a bit of getting used to was the level up system being a bit more simplistic in some ways, but I actually like it now. It's different, not better, but good in a different way imo.

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Post by Lay Vegan » Mon Jul 23, 2018 10:07 am

Lately I’ve been obsessed with this indie platform game called Inside , in which I control a nameless boy who appears to be escaping some kind of dystopian facility and has to avoid death in a number of ways. Tbh it’s giving me Nazi Germany vibes. Although the mechanics are pretty limiting (you can only move left and right) the graphics are pretty amazing on PS slim. The game has an overall dark and moody atmosphere. The environments are varied too. So far I’ve traversed through lush forestland, a blighted city, and several flooded/abandoned sections of a facility. And the music is impeccable (I’ve heard the composer used human bones to make the soundtrack). :o

I know platformers are considered ancient now, but I’d still recommend for those who like a decent game with an ambiguous storyline and beautiful environments.

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Post by maryfink » Wed Jul 25, 2018 2:49 am

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Many believe this is a bad game, but I really like it.I play it not for the sake of money, but for myself. It helps me to relax after work.I also found a lot of new friends here.

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Post by sykkelmannen » Thu Jul 26, 2018 9:28 am

Rome Total War - Europa Barbarorum, IL-2 Sturmovik: 1946, Warcraft 3.

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