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#1426 Old 13th Jun 2015 at 10:57 PM
Just getting into Tera. It's a free-to-play MMORPG that can be found on Steam. I just need to get used to the tiny lettering, though...

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"Meh." - me
Theorist
#1427 Old 19th Jun 2015 at 4:39 AM
Dwarfs, a very.stupid mining game on Steam.

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Field Researcher
#1428 Old 21st Jun 2015 at 4:29 PM
I bought a bunch of games for cheap from the Steam sale, but the one that's currently caught my attention is Banished. I don't know what the hell it is about that game, but I'm finding it crazy addictive at the moment XD.
Top Secret Researcher
#1429 Old 21st Jun 2015 at 4:59 PM
Banished is a great game, and has some great mods.
Field Researcher
#1430 Old 23rd Jun 2015 at 2:54 PM
Yeah I definitely want to try some of the mods out eventually, although I figured until I got bored with the game first. After trucking along with my first town and thinking I was doing pretty good, my poor settlement ended up in a death spiral caused by a lack of tools. LMAO. This game is kind of challenging.
Top Secret Researcher
#1431 Old 23rd Jun 2015 at 9:03 PM
You *never* want lack of tools. Never.
Theorist
#1432 Old 19th Jul 2015 at 5:40 AM
The Tour de France inspired me to buy and play Pro Cycling Manager 2015, especially the be a pro career, where you are your own pro cyclist.

I've started as a climber, but I'm currently a puncheur/climber/downhill specialist, without a propper sprint or ITT. Although, my first victory was a bunch sprint in Slovenia as part of the Drapac team.

In my second year I won 10 races, including the overall victory and stage victories in the Tours of Azerbaijan, Norway, all classifications in Austria and stage victories in the Algarve, Lombardia and Belgium. I finished 15th overall in my World Tour debut in Poland and 16th in the World Championships, between few of the best competitors in one of the hardest races on earth.

The gorgeous Tina (TS3) and here loving family available for download here.
Inventor
#1433 Old 30th Jul 2015 at 3:53 AM
Rocket League! Vroom! Vroooom!
Alchemist
#1434 Old 30th Jul 2015 at 8:59 PM
Essentially Match-3 games (match 3 or more tiles in a row to earn points) and Fruit Ninja are my latest obsession as I am currently prepping for Windows 10. I first need to burn my files not on OneDrive to disc and then dig out my important paperwork that has my passwords and serial key codes before I even think about installing the new OS.

My favorite types of Match-3 games are ones where things are built over the course of your game progress, so the 7 Wonders Series and my new favorites, Yes Chef! and Gummy Drop.

"There are some obstacles that cannot be removed with a mere show of force."
-King of Atlantis, as portrayed by Leonard Nimoy, Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Test Subject
#1435 Old 5th Aug 2015 at 8:25 PM
For nostalgia's sake, I'm looking forward to the King's Quest game. I know it has released but I haven't bought it yet.
Theorist
#1436 Old 10th Aug 2015 at 5:10 AM
Is King's Quest going to be a pc game? I played the whole series some time ago. It actually started from The Black Cauldron game. I did see a few ads for it, but not much info available so far.

Recently I started playing some GBA games. I take it with me to doctor appointments which gets tiring with the waiting. I can't find any info on Sims Pets and need some help with answers. Does anyone know a decent site with info? There is one walk through which isn't much help and not much else that I could find.

When you forgive, you heal. When you let go, you grow.
Alchemist
#1437 Old 18th Aug 2015 at 8:35 PM
Does games you're developing count?

Because I have been doing operations on how to make a life sim game that will do justice to the game industry.

For one, DLC with either money or points is not how you earn new things in game, but through time or failing that, a cheat code. I rather not nickel and dime customers to death.

If a set of furniture, clothing, what have you is made, it will be compiled for a stuff pack.

Physical copies are our only format and to make it easier, there are no serial keys. If you're wondering about pirated copies, the pirated copy will freeze and make the yeti noise.

"There are some obstacles that cannot be removed with a mere show of force."
-King of Atlantis, as portrayed by Leonard Nimoy, Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Test Subject
#1438 Old 5th Nov 2015 at 4:58 AM
Default Tera?
Quote:
Originally Posted by Graveyard Snowflake
Just getting into Tera. It's a free-to-play MMORPG that can be found on Steam. I just need to get used to the tiny lettering, though...

What's Tera like?
Test Subject
#1439 Old 5th Nov 2015 at 4:59 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by PANDAQUEEN
Does games you're developing count?

Because I have been doing operations on how to make a life sim game that will do justice to the game industry.

For one, DLC with either money or points is not how you earn new things in game, but through time or failing that, a cheat code. I rather not nickel and dime customers to death.

If a set of furniture, clothing, what have you is made, it will be compiled for a stuff pack.

Physical copies are our only format and to make it easier, there are no serial keys. If you're wondering about pirated copies, the pirated copy will freeze and make the yeti noise.


Good luck!
Scholar
#1440 Old 5th Nov 2015 at 9:42 AM
In a few hours i'll be obsessed with TESO:TU xD'

It's installing now and i know my boyfriend and my brother will drag me into the game as soon as it finishes the installation.
Damn.. and i wanted to go to Freiburg today.
Field Researcher
#1441 Old 5th Nov 2015 at 8:55 PM
I WANT FALLOUT 4!!!

In other news: I would to find people to play Contagion with. I have also been playing a bit of Guitar Hero III and World Tour on my PC since I now have 2 Guitars and I don't have any for my 360 since I have a wired and wireless Guitar's. I also would like people to play DEFCON with. Also been playing Sims 3 a bit and also GTA Online/V.

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Field Researcher
#1442 Old 14th Nov 2015 at 2:27 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Graveyard Snowflake
Just getting into Tera. It's a free-to-play MMORPG that can be found on Steam. I just need to get used to the tiny lettering, though...


It can also be found at the publishers site, which is EnMasse Entertainment. I went for that one, as European players can't use the steam version of TERA. Same goes for Aion by the way.
That's because Gameforge (formerly known as frogster) publish the European version of both TERA and Aion.
Here's the site of TERA: http://tera.enmasse.com/
I've made an account myself over at EnMasse and downloaded the client then. Haven't played TERA for a while though. Might return to it, also now because of the extra xp you get this weekend and extra dailies.
Theorist
#1443 Old 15th Nov 2015 at 2:39 AM
Rocket League, some kind of football game, only you're a car instead of a human being and the ball is quite bit. No rules and a lots of speed, boosts, jumps and physical play style. We usually play this with 4 guys (all Dutch) online against other players. Especially one of these dudes hates Germans, not the best view when playing a lot against randomly chosen Germans. Than he provokes them a lot, ending in a very motivated opponent (lesson 1: never provoke a German football player, just don't do it). I had to save the day for my team mates, twice. Once by scoring the decisive goal in the final second of the match (4-3), the second time in OT, after I just missed a big change to do the same in the dying seconds. A bit ironic, because lesson 2: OT and the dying seconds are the German's favorite periods of a football match.

Oh, and my team names nicknamed me Das Phantom (The Ghost), just like the real Dutch striker Roy Makaay. Because I like to play hide and seek, only to become visible in front of the opponent's goal to score th most ugly goals ever. And in the last minute + OT I'm more sharp than the rest of the game. And although not lazy, I'm not the most active defender in this game where you need to do both. I mostly wait in the middle of the field.

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Instructor
#1444 Old 21st Nov 2015 at 12:06 PM
Besides the Sims 3 and the Mass Effect games right now it is Microsoft flight simulator 2004. Now I have never been into flight sims beyond action games like Wing Commander and their ilk but I found this at a local thrift store for $3 and decided to give it a try and not I am hooked on trying to get the Wright Brothers' Flyer into the air and recreating the flight of the Spirit of St. Louis.

You know I think this may be the best educational game I have ever played and I don't just mean that from the stand point of teaching what it takes to fly a plane, I mean from a stand point of teaching history. It is a game first and it and while you are playing it you just happen to learn about real historic events and the write ups about them in the instruction book are pretty good too. As someone who is sometimes shocked by how little some people my own age and younger know about history I think we need more games like this and origan trail out there, games that suck people in with the game play and just happen to teach them a little something about history.

An RTS like this that did a good job of teaching the history of say the "Hundred Years War" would be something I would really like to see, or some sort of game that did a good job teaching the history and politics of World War 1 since in many ways we are still feeling the impact of those events in the modern world.

My PC specs.
Windows 7 64 bit,AMD FX 4300 quad core processor, 8 gigs DDR3 ram, 1 gig Geforce 9500 graphics card, patch 1.67.2
Every time I reinstall the game I run it clean without any CC, not even the store bought stuff so it isn't CC or mods that cause me trouble.
Field Researcher
#1445 Old 21st Nov 2015 at 4:06 PM
Fallout 4 has been taking me away from my studies. I should be sad about that, but the game is just so good!
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#1446 Old 21st Nov 2015 at 4:19 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by WaffleFriez57
Fallout 4 has been taking me away from my studies. I should be sad about that, but the game is just so good!

I wouldn't say I was obsessed with Fallout 4 (the first Fallout game I've played) but there have been a couple of 3am stints. However, I seem to be playing it as an extended dog-walking sim.

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Alchemist
#1447 Old 22nd Nov 2015 at 2:14 AM
The Animal Crossing series. I just love the idea of these caricatured anthro villagers interacting with what is the only human villager.

I plan to get back into it after hearing of the amiibo festival game.

My first impression of the first game for GameCube was "What the heck, man? I thought the house was a gratuity!" and the one thing I liked about the customization was the tone you could customize when greeting villagers, which I picked up the sheet notes for the opening notes of "Smoke on the Water" by Deep Purple. Do-do-do-dodo-dodo! It was mostly catching and harvesting wild flora and fauna, just to pay off the house.

I gave up after some disappointment both from the game not catching my attention because it wasn't an established franchise in terms of average reception and response and having to sell it a few years back to pay off medical devices and OTC pills with other video games, CDs and DVDs and a couple of Blu-Rays as I was going through an agony of pain 2 years after I had a gallbladder removal.

So, yea, I want to give it a shot and see if the game is worth a shot.

"There are some obstacles that cannot be removed with a mere show of force."
-King of Atlantis, as portrayed by Leonard Nimoy, Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Lab Assistant
#1448 Old 27th Dec 2015 at 6:22 AM
Well, I just picked up Shantae: Risky's Revenge, DuckTales Remastered, and the Mighty Switch Force games on sale via Steam, along with Spelunky HD a few days back, so I've been working on Shantae (just got through the first dungeon) and doing Spelunky dailies (and working on the Ironman achievement, with more to come after). That is, whenever I'm not playing Sims, of course. Also considering recording my first playthrough of DuckTales as a blind run.

...Wait. I just realized something. Now that I can get Spelunky achievements, I'm going to have to do Low Scorer again.

Oh ye gods. Why am I subjecting myself to this?

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Theorist
#1449 Old 4th Jan 2016 at 5:21 PM
I started playing Fallout 4 over Christmas Break. I might be obsessed with it. One day I got up at 11AM and started playing immediately, only taking an hour break for lunch and dinner. So that's like 15hrs. I was better the next few days after that, but still totally addicted and played till 4AM except for last night, I called it quits at 1:30 because my break is over and I had to get up at 6:30 this morning. I totally dreamed I was in Fallout world. I'm at work now and all I can think about is playing it.

I'm not as bad as those people who play 5-days in a row without eating and sleeping, then pass out and die, but I can sort of understand how that might happen.

Resident wet blanket.
Top Secret Researcher
#1450 Old 7th Mar 2016 at 10:32 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by frankokomando
Obsessing over The Cat Lady. Interesting story and I love the art work!


I just played this and it was very interesting (for a slow point and click - just wish the main character could have moved a bit faster).

Although the main theme seemed to be death I'm left pondering over the moments when I had to choose whether to be compliant knowing the consequences are both positive and negative, sacrifice vs hopelessness, real hopelessness, and how to deal with being drawn into an unavoidable argument. It definitely touched on some real life experiences. And as a bonus I now know how to gas myself!

I wouldn't put a lot of effort into getting it transported.
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