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I bought (in terms of the last week)
Mark of the Ninja
Metro Last Light
Kerbal Space Program
post #2147 of 9059
Just picked up Dishonored. One of the games I was waiting for a good deal on. Popped up as a daily deal today on Steam and I had to buy it.

I'm going to be broke guys.................frown.gif
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And 503 error frown.gif
Working now

I was a big fan of Wargame, but the problem is, is that the SP is really really hard frown.gif

Not sure if I should pick up Airland Battle...umm...probably not
Edited by bowei006 - 7/15/13 at 1:46pm
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Anyone play Natural Selection II?

 

Got it on sale for $4.76, the game reminds me of tremulous. 

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Anyone play Natural Selection II?

Got it on sale for $4.76, the game reminds me of tremulous. 
Sorry, no I haven't.

None of the games today are really for me

I pondered about Dishonored and Airland: Wargame but nah
post #2151 of 9059
I really want that "Dust" game... but again, I'm going to wait for other deals first... wink.gif
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Anyone play Natural Selection II?

Got it on sale for $4.76, the game reminds me of tremulous. 

I've played since the first one which was a half-life mod.

Think first-person starcraft. It's really fun, but also very team dependant.
Well worth $5

So far I picked up Dishonored and all its DLCs, Kerbal Space Program, and the Bioshock dual pack off Amazon to gift a friend.

Kerbal is awesome. You learn and the more you do the more fun it is. Not for ADHD types.
post #2153 of 9059

No Steamsale games for me, so I have been playing around with Fallout 3. Found an ENB series config that looks really good.

 

 

 

 

 

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Fallout 3 is such a great game... it really made me feel like I was on the wasteland!

 

Anyway, I guess I'm not such a "graphics w*ore" as I haven't really played a lot of these open-world great graphic games on PC (only PS3).

But every time I see pictures from Fallout, Skyrim, etc. oh Lord... I actually want to upgrade everything I have at home!!!

The thought of me not having any time to actually play a lot of these again is what grounds me... and my wallet and sanity thanks me... just a bit...  ;)

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Aw yiss, my wealthy little brother bought me Dragonborn and Dawnguard. I know what I'll be doing for the next few days! tongue.gif

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Aw yiss, my wealthy little brother bought me Dragonborn and Dawnguard. I know what I'll be doing for the next few days! tongue.gif

 

Dragonborn was quite fun ... Dawnguard sort of bugged me cause playing as a vamp character sort of sucks (literally) and no matter how many times you cure yourself, seems your character always is re infected ... major pain in the ass.

 

This play through, I've completely disabled Dawnguard to avoid that ...

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Heyas,

   Never thought there'd be a gaming club around here. I was hoping I'd join in.

   My gaming history as of late was little more than finishing Crysis 3 over 5 afternoons. I'm no crappy gamer, but my dad kept getting BSOD errors on his recently-built HTPC/gaming desktop. (As for the old one, he gave it to me, with 8 gigs of RAM and a dual-core processor and all.) As he spent nearly two weekends fixing this and that, I finally got around to finishing it in under 10 hours. Still, it's my first foray into PC FPS games, and it was an experience. I'm lucky I downloaded it for free instead of spending 60 bucks on that piece of crap. Visually appealing, yes, but satisfying? Hardly.

   Long before that, I was an avid RPG fan. I finished quite a few games, too:

  • Chrono Trigger (Just a masterpiece of the 16-bit era.)
  • Final Fantasy 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 13, Dissidia, Dissidia 012 (1-6 still pixelated and stuff. Sadly, it couldn't bring a nostalgic feeling as I grew up in the 2000s. FF13 was so straight and boring, and Dissidia was quite a new experience for me at that time.)

 

   I guess I had way too much time on my hands back then. I started playing the old games when I was 8. 

   Now, I'm looking forward to getting CoD, Metro: Last Light, Assassin's Creed 3 (preferably on the PS3), and some others. Far Cry, maybe? I also plan to get Crysis 1 and 2 and see how it all started.

 

   If you wanna know about the gaming PC, it's running on a 3.3 (or was it 2.3?) GHz Intel Xeon processor with 16 gigs of RAM, with a 2 gig Nvidia GTX 650 Ti Boost as the graphics card. It's really, really fast, and it's perfect for playing Minecraft while  running a server with at least 5 people in. 

post #2158 of 9059
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If you like RPG's try out The Witcher 2 and Dark Souls (both cost about $5-$7)

Metro Last Light and 2033 were quite enjoyable.

AC3 on PC is not recommended so yeah, PS3.

Far Cry is a really good game for the PC
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If you like RPG's try out The Witcher 2 and Dark Souls (both cost about $5-$7)

Metro Last Light and 2033 were quite enjoyable.

AC3 on PC is not recommended so yeah, PS3.

Far Cry is a really good game for the PC

Thanks for the recommendations. I'll try to get them if my allowance...uh, allows. Sadly, I'm trying to kick-start my budget by selling my pair to an unwary Chinese buyer and buy the Beyer COPs...oh well.

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Finished three games of FTL. Too easy(except boss phase 2). :P

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