What are you playing now?

Discussion in 'PC Gaming' started by digitalwanderer, Apr 30, 2007.

  1. Bludd

    Bludd Experiencing A Significant Gravitas Shortfall
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    Funny, It Worked Last Time...
    yes
     
  2. eloyc

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    Still with Morrowind. Lol, some female Dunmer say "stoopid!" when they die.
     
  3. Davros

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    I just bought 2 dvd's of Metro 2033 and codemasters F1 2011 for the pricely sum of 30p each
    I already have these but it's nice to have backups.
     
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    Just finished divinity original sin 2. It was very good. Especially the last act felt awesome as the story lines got satisfying endings. There was a lot of fun areas to explore and battle through. Also some major eye candy. At places I felt scared as the enemies looked so amazing despite the fact that my party was able to beat those enemies just fine. My only major complaint is that the normal difficulty is pretty damn tough. Especially the beginning is super, super difficult and confusing. It almost felt the game got easier towards end with some weird difficulty spikes here and there. That was both good and bad. Bad in the sense that the beginning is very demotivating and it's not easy to get into the game. On the other hand there is good feelings of accomplishment along the way when one figures the difficult stuff out.

    Highly recommend DOS2 for anyone who wants to experience modernized oldschool rpg with fun and varied battle mechanics. It also has co-op local/over internet. It probably would be fun game to play through with a friend who can commit 100h+ into it. It might make sense to cheat a little bit as there is maps in internet that have levels overlayed on top. That could save frustration as one would know where to not go. On the other hand using that would loose on the exploring and getting beaten to bloody pulp experience.

    Looking for a new single player game to start. Not sure what I would like to play next. Probably not something as gigantic as divinity. Some smaller game that I can finish quicker without sinking in 100h+.
     
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  5. Davros

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    Call of Duty WWII (it's annoying having to shoot everyone at least twice)
    after that I'm thinking of replaying the witcher triology
    ps:
     
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  6. Davros

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    Currently playing
    [​IMG]

    Only Joking.....
     
  7. Cyan

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    hahahah, does that even exist?

    I am currently playing Tyranny -Obsidian RPG, great story, movie-worthy- and Void Bastards -roguelike- (both on Gamepass PC)
     
  8. Davros

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    Yes it does, and I do own it
     
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  9. Cyan

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    is it any good? :mrgreen: How do you beat 700000 games in a single life?
     
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  10. orangpelupa

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    Pubg mobile on windows because work colleagues all plays it (on phone). So i play together with them. Im running it on windows tho. Using dual thumbs on touch screen gives me cramps.

    Work colleague playing it looks to be so fun and engaging (complete with curse words and rage moments)

    But im bored to death.

    Parachute down. Its either I got instant killed by other players that for some reason already have big guns...

    Or spend LOTS OF TIME stealing stuff from houses. With only very rare enemy encounter.

    Driving a car also doesn't feel good. The scenery also boring.

    The gun fights also super boring. It's basically comes down to
    * who hides better
    * who shoots first
    * who have high damage weapon (like seriously, sniper works awesome for close range mid range long range)

    Destiny gunfight feels much more satisfying. Complete with the ability to recuperate and strike back.

    Anyway, playing pubg mobile makes me really miss BFBC2 rush mode.

    Instead of boring slog, rush mode keeps the play area "concentrated" enough from start to finish while allowing players to use any kind of awesome or weird tactics.
     
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  11. Davros

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    No, it's goddamm awful ;)
     
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  12. Davros

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    Just finished F.E.A.R Perseus Mandate dull repetitive and boring
    not a patch on the original game of the other expansion
     
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  13. Cyan

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    now beat this! :mrgreen:

    [​IMG]

    and it has Fifa Soccer 201

     
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  14. eloyc

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    Still with Morrowind. It started raining simultaneously both where I live and in the game. How cool is that? :cool2:
     
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  15. digitalwanderer

    digitalwanderer Dangerously Mirthful
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    Far Cry 5, which is much more fun now that I've found a trainer and I can just run all over kicking arse. :)
     
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    I started Divinity Original Sin Enhanced Edition with a friend, playing coop is interesting although you'd better not go far from each other in case of a bad encounter ^^
     
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    Ah yes, from when Game Pass came in a physical disk.
     
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    Trying out My Time in Portia through XGP-PC. It's a game I've watched people play and it looked fun, but I'm not much for open world-ish games.

    I have to say this is a nice casual looter, crafter, dating sim game. Kind of like a 3D Stardew Valley (haven't tried yet, but looks kind of fun also). I wouldn't have bought it, but I'm pleasantly surprised by how fun it can be. Not sure I'll play it for long, but it's cute...

    I gotta say I'm really digging XGP-PC. It's like having access to tons of game demos. Only the demos are the full games. I can try all these games that I likely would never buy. Hell, there's so many interesting little games that I'd never buy that I STILL haven't touched a single AAA game on the service. :)

    Regards,
    SB
     
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  19. Davros

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    Today I bought F.E.A.R and the first expansion Extraction Point for 25p each
    The Gaming Gods work in mysterious ways...
     
  20. homerdog

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    FEAR is a really fun game. Also the graphics blew my mind and it ran pretty well on my nvidia 6600 (massively overclocked from 300 to 450MHz (50% !!)).
     
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