What are you playing now?

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

  1. Rodéric

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    I restarted FEAR two weeks ago, ran 120Hz after patching DirectInput DLL, however it felt too greyish and empty compared to modern games. In the end couldn't get into it again.
    I loved it at release though, that was awesome, and the AI at the time was the best.
     
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    Even now I have a hard time thinking of games with better AI than FEAR. So cool how the soldiers' voice lines in combat actually match what is happening.
     
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    2005 was a great year for singleplay FPSes. FEAR, SWAT 4, Republic Commando. Oh and that ambitious but janky Boiling Point Road to Hell, which was Stalker before Stalker.
     
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    After 30 hours of The House in Fata Morgana, I am ready for something simple. :|

    One Finger Death Punch 2 :mrgreen:
     
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    Been playing a lot of Forza Horizons. I was going to take a look at Dead Rising 4 then I noticed it was 70Gb... really? Why would DR4 be 70Gb? Let me guess, 20Gb of audio for all languages supported and another 20Gb of FMV cut scenes?
     
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    Yeah, FMV most likely.

    Also UE4 poop.
     
  7. Cyan

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    Rise of the Tomb Raider, and a bit of Halo Wars 1. State of Decay2 -UE4- runs my machine hot like no other so it is taking dust. Tyranny, I almost completed it.
     
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    I'm quitting Morrowing. This time, for good. I'm fed up of stupid secondary quests and bugged quests which the game doesn't recognize you've completed. Yeah, the game is prettier than the previous games and the setting is charming and whatever, but I had a better time with the first one, honestly.

    I hope that Oblivion is better, though.
     
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    Morrowing or Morrowind?

    Playing Diablo 3 (PC) and Rise of the Tomb Raider (Gamepass PC)
     
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    OMG, the first time I misspell it! :runaway:

    You see?! This game stressed me out. :mrgreen:
     
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    it is a hardcore RPG, a very demanding game. I played the GOTY edition on the original Xbox and also have the PC version but it never got me hooked like Oblivion and Skyrim did, maybe just too much for me. I liked the first minutes though, how carefully you could select your personality traits. Fun stuff.
     
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