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Gaming thread

Thu Aug 16, 2018 12:58 pm

Hi
There are gamers here?
What games do you like?

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Re: Gaming thread

Thu Aug 16, 2018 1:01 pm

Fallout 4 VR was one of the biggest VR title of 2017, and seems like it will continue to be in 2018. In this game, you will be able to experience Bethesda’s post-apocalyptic PRG in virtual reality, and you will be free to explore Boston Wasteland with detailed environments and engaging gunplay intact. If you’ve ever played Fallout 4, you know how crazy this game is. But it is crazier when its inhabitants are capable of walking right up to you.

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Re: Gaming thread

Thu Aug 16, 2018 1:05 pm

Hmm, good question; there are so many that stand out.

I think the game that stands out as the best I've ever played is The Legend of Zelda - Twilight Princess. Intended as a GameCube title, it was rearchitectured for the Wii's controllers (which in turn required a right-handed Link to match the control scheme, and that ended up requiring the developers to mirror the entire game). Some will prefer Ocarina of Time, being the first full-3D title in the Zelda series and introducing key gameplay features of the series such as Epona; others prefer the smoother graphics, motion-tracking controls, novel world concept and less linear character progression of Skyward Sword. For me, TwiPrin gets the nod for its gritty, real graphics, rich story with extended NPC roles, and incredibly immersive gameplay, including being the first title to let you actually swing a sword. The game also uses Epona as more than just a mode of transportation and a few mounted mini-game experiences; several set-piece engagements require you to master mounted combat.

Honorable mentions include:

* Half-Life - The game that represented a fundamental shift in the thinking behind the first-person shooter, from the "run-around-and-kill-everything" model that Id Software made its millions on, to the "thinking shooter" that required more skillful gameplay, conserving ammo, using your environment, interacting with NPCs etc. The backstory is brilliant, the in-game story massive, and the arsenal you wield ranges from the iconic (crowbar) to the comical (snarks) to the truly awesome (gluon gun).
* StarCraft - Blizzard's starship-trooper take on their RTS engine, StarCraft is the single most successful title in the genre to date. It was among the first to tie the various factions' campaigns together one after another into a single storyline as opposed to presenting incompatible alternate realities, which was more or less Westwood/EA's model with the Command & Conquer franchise until C&C Generals. The amount of paper-rock-scissors army composition strategy inherent in the gameplay is among the best ever, and the large but limited army size makes for some truly epic battles.
* Legend of Zelda - A Link To The Past - Probably a close third in the Zelda series to TwiPrin and Ocarina, the SNES's canon Zelda title was the first "pick up and go" Zelda game that didn't need an instruction manual to give you the story, and it introduced several key concepts that are ubiquitous now, such as crystal switches, multi-level dungeons (and three-dimensional thinking), Pieces of Heart, and an alterego or henchman character for Ganon.
* Hitman 2: Silent Assassin - I enjoyed the original, Codename 47, which along with Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell truly ushered in the "stealth shooter" genre, but Silent Assassin really established the Hitman series as a force among shooters. Where the original pretty much forced a particular play style, SA merely encourages it; you are free, in any scenario, to simply show up with an M60 (once you have one), kick in the front door and hold down the "fire" button until everything that dares come to investigate the noise is reduced to a pile of bloody rags. Very cathartic after a hard day at work.
* Legend of Zelda - Ocarina of Time - Can you tell I'm a Zelda fanboy yet? I do enjoy this game, being the first full-3D title in the series and all, and the gameplay is a bit more free-form than TwiPrin. It similarly introduced a lot of now-ubiquitous gameplay concepts in addition to the 3D world, such as Epona, power-ups for items besides your sword, things like night and day varying the conditions you experience, etc etc.
* Final Fantasy VII - The most popular, by far, of the Final Fantasy franchise. This title has story to spare, plenty of minigames, an intuitive yet flexible battle/equipment system with the Materia paradigm, which could effectively give any character any spell.
* SimCity 3000 - This one, IMHO, represents the pinnacle of SimCity gameplay. SimCity 2000 was good, especially with the building editor allowing you to tweak your own tileset, but it could be glitchy at times, and if you went into debt you probably weren't getting out. SimCity 4 pushed a good thing too far, going with the creepy Sims-style character animations, requiring you to micromanage every clinic and police kiosk, and basically requiring region play in order to have the most success with any one city. SimCity 3000 kept the basic idea of 2000, but added a bit of whimsy with the cartoon characters, improved graphics, gameplay and editing, and gave you a lot of options (and challenges) for zoning and development, making for a level of simulation that felt manageable while not creepily real.
* Diablo 2 - Blizzard's holy trinity of game universes wouldn't be complete without the Gothic medieval world of Diablo. A stepping stone between the text-only MUD and the life-consuming MMORPG, the Diablo franchise's level-based adventure style gameplay is extremely addictive even if the integration of the storyline is repetitive at times. Diablo II was a natural progression from the original, expanding the story and making the gameplay feel slightly less grinding without losing the hands-on, you-against-a-million feel that made the original so much fun.

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Re: Gaming thread

Thu Aug 16, 2018 1:41 pm

It’s difficult to describe how you feel when playing the game. I’ve never felt such guilt and consequence in a game before. For example, when I was breaking into empty homes to try to find bandages for one of my housemates who got shot on a supply run, I broke into a home that wasn’t actually empty. I came face-to-face with an elderly couple. They begged me not to hurt them. They had almost nothing. If I took what little they had, how would they survive the night? But if I didn’t… how would we?

I played the game over six hours per day, for 2 days. When I went to the kitchen to get some food, I asked myself "Do I really need this right now? If I eat this, there may not be enough later." I stopped playing after that.

But I’m glad I played the game because it opened my eyes. Not just to the horror of war, but that video games can be more than simple entertainment. A game may open your eyes. A game may teach you something about yourself. A game may be… meaningful.
Now Wonderful games! I play Brute Arena https://dmnd.games/games/brute-arena. The peculiarity of the game is that you can create a unique in appearance, and the combat characteristics of the character with weapons and armor. Winning in the arena, you earn points and then become an unshakable champion of the Arena!
All is well

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Re: Gaming thread

Sat Oct 20, 2018 6:48 pm

Hi! I consider myself a gamer. I really liked shooters, you know, BF, CoD. 1st Fear was my favorite. Then I turned to MMORPGs. Spent a big amount of time in Oldschool Runescape. Unfortunately, now I don't have enough time to play that's why I level up really slow. At least I can buy osrs gold to boost my progress and dive deeper in the game bypassing grind.

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Re: Gaming thread

Sun Oct 21, 2018 5:47 pm

Sadly, I don't have time to play video games. But before I became a business owner, I had much more spare time and I've been playing racing games a lot. Wish to try new Grand Turismo game... It looks like developers have done a good job.

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Re: Gaming thread

Sun Oct 21, 2018 11:48 pm

I like Turbo Dismount. You can read about it here. That's a pretty cool and attractive game. Yeah, that's not a triple-A project but still I like spending time with it. Actually, I'm fed up with all new releases, multiplayer-oriented games, battle royales, and other trends.

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Re: Gaming thread

Wed Oct 24, 2018 12:59 pm

To waste some time MMORPG games are the best. But lately I don't play at all, prefer to spend time watching movies or series.

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Re: Gaming thread

Thu Nov 01, 2018 9:08 pm

I like hardcore games where skill matters. Unfortunately, there are not enough such games. But besides them, I play singleplayer games with awesome stories like GTA series. Also I like immersive sims like Dishonored or System Shock 2, and so. But since recently I don't have enough time for games because of work schedule. And that's why I run only flash games like https://snailbob.io/snail-bob-2.html when I'm at a workplace and I don't have time to play at home :c

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Re: Gaming thread

Fri Nov 02, 2018 3:40 pm

Just started playing Skyrim again. I'm a big fan of the Elder Scrolls series

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Re: Gaming thread

Tue Dec 25, 2018 8:12 am

I like to play different games such as http://iospace.games/ or Steam games most of the time, there are pretty good sales sometimes.

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Re: Gaming thread

Wed Dec 26, 2018 11:17 am

Hi!
I am here) But now I dont have so many time
I play CS:GO, WarFace
WarFace I like more)
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Re: Gaming thread

Thu Jan 03, 2019 4:39 am

Got quite tired of games but got involved in gambling. Casino games are quite simple but involving at the same time because you have money at the stake so it's a nice way to spend your time in a fun way. And sports betting also is. You can check out https://sg.bet888win.org/online-betting/maxbet and try it yourself.

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Re: Gaming thread

Thu Feb 07, 2019 3:30 pm

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Re: Gaming thread

Wed Feb 13, 2019 2:09 pm

I am an avid gamer, recently I love playing LOL, this is an interesting colorful PVP online game with lots of colorful characters and cool battles! And if you want to start playing yourself without spending time on boosting your account, you can buy ready-made here: https://www.unrankedsmurfs.com/league-o ... ol-account

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Re: Gaming thread

Mon Mar 25, 2019 5:21 pm

I really like MOBA games, so the likes of league of legends, Dota, heroes of the storm etc.

Personally I like league of legends the least, simply because it's so time-consuming to get the champions and stuff. It takes insane loads of time to get all of them so you end up spending Real cash to get those.. Some websites sell accounts with champions for less then you would have to pay otherwise but well, you end up spending the money anyway.. I prefer games truly free to play

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Re: Gaming thread

Wed Mar 27, 2019 7:09 pm

I like The Sims4) :D :D :D

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Re: Gaming thread

Thu Mar 28, 2019 8:02 pm

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Re: Gaming thread

Sun Mar 31, 2019 1:14 pm

Most often I play various MMOs

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Re: Gaming thread

Sun Mar 31, 2019 3:34 pm

RPGs and quests mostly, and you?

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Re: Gaming thread

Mon Apr 01, 2019 2:08 am

I like play in slot or casino, but only in free account

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Re: Gaming thread

Mon Apr 01, 2019 2:47 pm

I like different active games. poker, casino as well. I am currently going to Vegas and going to attend different casinos. Recently, I used to play at https://casinobonusesfinder.com/online- ... ame-casino where are a lot of different interesting games and information about slots.

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Re: Gaming thread

Thu Apr 04, 2019 11:52 am

I have recently started to play The Witcher. This is something really awesome and atmospheric.

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