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Lurking009

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Dishonored 2
Excellent. I just got done with D2: Death of the Outsider. It was meh with a lot of clumsy level design - definitely not worth full price. D2 is great, but for me D1 is still the best. Been actually thinking of doing another run through for the holidays. :p I do hope there's a D3 coming.

Also on my wish list: Days Gone 2
 

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Me too!!! I’m not very good at it though - I keep forgetting the controls and blowing the missions!
It took me quite awhile to get my keyboard set up correctly for the same reason as you. Once I did, it was a bit easier. Also, I've sunk so many hours into it that memorizing became less of a problem. :D

These crack me up...


 
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Excellent. I just got done with D2: Death of the Outsider. It was meh with a lot of clumsy level design - definitely not worth full price. D2 is great, but for me D1 is still the best. Been actually thinking of doing another run through for the holidays. :p I do hope there's a D3 coming.

Also on my wish list: Days Gone 2
I just love stealth games. Dishonored reminds me of the old Thief games. But funnily enough I end up often killing people in D2.
 

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I just love stealth games. Dishonored reminds me of the old Thief games. But funnily enough I end up often killing people in D2.
Nailed it! Thief 1 & 2 are the exactly the reason I love Dishonored. While Thief will always be at the top of my list, both series have a similar unique steampunk feeling and core gameplay ideals. The rush of successfully ghosting your way through like you were never there is super fun.

Thief 3 was a very disappointing step down, but the notorious "Robbing the Cradle" level remains an achievement of incredible level design. Still widely discussed and freaking people out 18 years later.. including me.

For a modern take on stealth, you might try the Splinter Cell series if you haven't already.
 

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Recently discovered Pray to be really interesting. The game is great. It is similar to System Shock 2. Not the same great, but also good one. I've also started playing 메리트카지노 games lately. They involved me immediately.
Played this recently and so glad I stumbled across it, esp. during the current dryspell of games. Just not much out there right now.
 

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I'm currently playing Cyberpunk 2077. I like this game and never get tired of it. Though sometimes it is good to play something else. Usually I visit ทางเข้าUFABET for this purpose, but I found several good recommendations here. Thanks for sharing, I'll check them out for sure.
 
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I generally recycle older games because nothing new out there appeals to me. I did try to get the new Zelda botw, but when i seen the $70 price tag i absolutely refused to buy it.

I grew up with them but I have grown to dislike Nintendo ever since they forced 35 year old magazines offline because of copyright. Like access to old magazines was costing them money.

I have managed to save a few digitally scanned magazines.

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Obviously these 35 year old magazines were costing them millions so they had to be removed.

The main reason why i can't stand Nintendo today is because of this. They have taken a part of my childhood and made it inaccessible due to greed. They are anti - fan base.

While i don't pirate myself, i am an advocate for pirating Nintendo games.



On topic, these are my most recent games in steam.

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Stardew is a farming game, somewhat like old Harvest moon games. More like Rune Factory though because there is enemy / loot mechanics in it.

Skyrim needs no explanation. You live under a rock if you have never heard of this one.

Civ 5 is the best one out of the civ games imo. It is a "god" type game. Somewhat like Populous. Where you take a civilization from the stone age to the modern era discovering techs and conquering other nations.

Disgaea 5 is a strategy game. While it has a niche fan base today its alot like Final Fantasy tactics on the old psx.


Interestingly enough i have uncountable hours in all of them and i have not beaten a single one of these games over the years.
Truth be told I am a serial re-starter. I get so far and reset thinking i have found a better way to get stronger, faster.

All of these games are worth taking a look at if you need something to do. Most of them are cheap too due to their age.
 
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