Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Kronos, 29 Apr 2014.
Playing Path of exile at the moment. Started a new character in hardcore mode.
Mostly been playing Saints Row 4 and Arkham Asylum recently, with a few indie games thrown in.
Very fun. Could easily dump 1000s of hours into it. It's what Sim City should have been. I'm loving pretty much everything about it, and no stupid exclusive DLC or micro-transaction overpowered promotional items (like cheap solar powered gas stations that outperform other power stations in electricity generation).
And the modding community makes it even better. Also, my computer isn't even that great and it runs awesome. I'm thinking I might install some mods to bump up the quality even more as it's currently maxed out.
Unbelievably, the original Call of Duty and I'm really enjoying it.
I reckon I'll work my way through the series again and see just where I start to get fed up with it.
All the DayZ hate.
It is slowly getting better, but it's like one step forward and two steps back. They'll reach a point fairly soon when things will become more rapid.
I still play it; it's a pretty unique and rewarding experience.
Neptunia rebirth jrpg
Tragically, after a spurge on World of Warships I didn't get time to play any games for nearly 2 weeks. Last night however, I took some time to play the early access title Besiege. It had a recent big update adding a whole new region, new functionality and more parts.
It really is a nicely put together little game, with a unique pace to it and a calming audio and aesthetic to it.
The Talos Principle: Road to Gehenna DLC Harder than the original game.
The Ball Another puzzler.
Hatred Kill, Kill, and Kill some more.
The Witch and the Hundred Knight PS3
A NIS game, creators of the Disgaea games. This is a pretty unusual game, and it is darker than first advertised. You play as the servant of a witch. In typical anime fashion, the witch is over the top and quite humorous, and the other servant is sarcastic. They grow out of this quickly. The game grows dark and laughless, but it isn't a bad thing. It furthers the story.
Action Melee at its finest, it's a great game if you don't mind the anime style.
Just started on... Bioshock. Yeah, the first one. Don't look at me like that!
*hands in geek card*
still on Witcher 3 but just got "The long dark".
Its a survival game without zombies! Its you against the elements and wildlife, thats it. Just need to install it and give it a whirl!
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare...surprisingly OK.
Really enjoy this game, makes you think before you venture anywhere
Fantastic, original game.
Playing the original Stalker again. I love it, gritty unpolished with the odd bug but totally immersive. Graphics have held up well and add to the atmosphere.
Got the prequal and sequal to run through after
It does. Totally different to any game I have played and a nice change of pace. Had a few hours on it last night and survived 5 days before I accidently fell off a cliff.. I was doing really well as well!
If you are looking for a game that isnt your norm, this is it.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution
Got it in the steam sale, it's so nice to be playing a reboot of a decade old franchise that actually feels like the original franchise. Conspiracy thrillers are the best.
Been playing Grim Dawn again since they upped the level cap. I've read Shaman is coming with build 27!
Wolfenstein: The New Order
I'm actually replaying this before playing The Old Blood. In the past my 3GB 780s couldn't hack the VRAM requirements at max settings for 4K. As it is, I'm seeing just under 6GB VRAM usage!
Awesomely fun game that is exceptionally pretty. Running uncompressed textures pretty much eliminates the infamous pop-in texture problem.
Funny.. last night I installed one of my old favorites - Dune 2000.
Played couple of first missions - these were the days...
Looked nice on 27" screen with this little resolution. Only problem is units move too fast, I guess it is not scaled to nowadays cpu speed etc.
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