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post #4411 of 4646
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Originally Posted by vaibhavp View Post
 

 

yup.

 

have amassed over 100 games in my steam library from there.

 

I do own all games in this bundle so not much use for me now.

 

but its great place to find deals.

 

I'm up 55 games from them. Still probably haven't added up to be over $100 in total. :D

post #4412 of 4646

Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory : 10/10

 

Best FPS game. Even with its age I could play it all day every day.

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I'm up 55 games from them. Still probably haven't added up to be over $100 in total. biggrin.gif
I have 136 games I'v spent about 300 on..... This is why I love PC gaming
post #4414 of 4646

Hotline Miami, again.

8/10. seriously one of the most fun games I have played this gen; so unrelentingly violent and an acid trip fueled beat pumping jam cast of a score to murder hundreds of nameless faceless pawns too. If you are not a fan of ultra violence....you most likely won't like this game, if you ARE a fan of fairly cerebral story lines then you will like this game.

post #4415 of 4646

Starcraft Broodwar (the first one): Competitive in Either ICCUP or FISH Server: 10/10.

 

Probably the game I played most hours in my life (and i still play from time to time), and the only game I was not able to be one of the best players out there (games I was very skilled at: Trackmania 1, Unreal Tournament 2000). But Broodwar is so hard that the challange has not vanished after 12 years of playing this game (on and off thou).

 

Dark Souls 1: My favorite 3rd person fantasy style game. Its balance system, the looks, the atmoshpere, the dread...the smart PvP/Co-op system. If the game came with the mods already it would be 9.9/10, but you really need the mods for PC.

 

Path of Exile: Similar to diablo 2, unfortunatelly gets boring rather fast, and farming is hardly rewarding.

 

Warframe: This Game is AMAZING (for the first 200 hours). Once you get all the best gear it becomes kinda boring, but untill then, its challenging, fun, coop and PvP..... 

I recommend this for anyone to at least try it (its free).

 

Tribes Ascend: If Unreal tournament 2000 was not hard enoguht for you, welcome to tribes! This game is so Elitist that it lasted very short as a game for the company that developed it. Still free and still playable its a great game and I recommend it for anyone who loves Fast paced shooters (and I mean REALLY FaSt :D.).

post #4416 of 4646

One game I was sad to lose was black prophecy. There are no games like that to my knowledge.

post #4417 of 4646
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Originally Posted by catspaw View Post
 

One game I was sad to lose was black prophecy. There are no games like that to my knowledge.

 

The closest game I can think of would be Vendetta Online (it's old and I only briefly played the android port).

 

There is always Star Citizen (haven't been all that impressed so far to be honest) and Elite: Dangerous (pretty decent), though they both seem to be much more space sim than MMO/RPG. If you can afford the entry cost, Elite Dangerous has probably offered me some of the most enjoyable gameplay in a long time.

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The problem is the tactics. In black prophecy it was partially pay to win as you could buy slightly better gear for real money and also level up faster. The cool part was that you could buy manuvers and chain them to do really amazing combos.

 

I actually once managed to kill a guy lvl 22 with my crappy lvl 12 at that point just because he was never able to land a hit on me. (thou the battle took me around 18 minutes, and i was really tired after that).

 

I dont understand why they didnt just give the client and the server for free so that anyone who wanted could host a world to play. Perhaps even hamachi LAN.

 

Star Citzen has a huge hype around it. It might end up beeing just another space MMO with nothing special. Hard to say. I tried another free space game but it just dosent feel right.

 

If the ship dosent feel like its moving in near 0 gravity, the rest of the game is pointless (thou blackprophecy did decelerate if you stopped pressing forward, but the ship stood still, it was the screen that moved, not the ship in a stationary screen. Even if it dosent feel right for an instant, its crap).

Also I dont belive in pay to play games. Id have to get the same content I get for a new game at that same price, otherway its rip off.

post #4419 of 4646

Vendetta Online is great.  I just wanted to stop by here to lend my two cents regarding that game.

 

I've played it consistently for over 11 years, which is far longer than any other video game has been able to hold my attention.  Partially, the reason for this is the depth contained in its Newtonian-based PvP; learning it is akin to learning a new martial art.

 

It's also very cool to be able to play for a while on my laptop or all-in-one-Mac, and then pick up later right where I left off on my mobile phone.  I've done this while riding on the bus, waiting for an appointment, even while taking a break on a hike.

 

Lastly, I've been a long-time contributor to the game via the PCC, a collaborative content building subgroup of the playerbase.

 

All in all, it's a memorable, lasting experience I highly recommend checking out.

post #4420 of 4646
I've been playing a free shooter on Steam called America's Army: Proving Grounds. It's a really fun tactical fps kind of like Counter Strike. You need time to get used to it first but it's really fun when you own face! Everything in the game is balenced because there are not things to unlock or upgrade. I would like to see more weapons added here in some updates (MP5, M1911) Also a very realistic game!

Verdict: 8.9/10
post #4421 of 4646
From what I remember reading, America's Army is literally made for soldiers for training sometimes.
post #4422 of 4646
I thought they rather use more advanced things, like VBS series (based on Operation Flashpoint/ARMA engines).
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VBS3 was selected by the U.S. Army as its flagship product for its Games for Training program.

America's Army was more of a recruitment/marketing tool IIRC.
post #4423 of 4646
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From what I remember reading, America's Army is literally made for soldiers for training sometimes.

It was army recruitment.
post #4424 of 4646

Transistor: 10/10

Demon Souls: 9.5/10

Dark Souls 2: 9/10

 

enjoying all of them imensly at the moment

post #4425 of 4646
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Originally Posted by Blisse View Post

From what I remember reading, America's Army is literally made for soldiers for training sometimes.

It was army recruitment.

Ahh, still cool
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