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Post by Brewr » 08 Nov 2015, 21:21

Games I usually play at the moment are:Image

And I did just finish The Park and the Devilian beta :D I had "fun" in both games.
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Post by GamingKen » 08 Nov 2015, 21:27

My go to games at the moment, that are always quick and easy to pick up for a match, are probably Rocket League and CSGO (Arms Race), and often Killing Floor.

I see Trove in your list there. I have been curious about that. Worth playing I take it?
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Post by Brewr » 08 Nov 2015, 21:30

Trove: Hahaha probably not, its good for a short romp if you like mmos and minecraft (personally I will play anything that has grindy fishing/ youre looking at a guy that got the salty achievement on WoW).

Oooh I have killing floor I think I need to check it out.
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Post by Nacimota » 08 Nov 2015, 21:34

Lately I've been playing Insurgency, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, and Divinity: Original Sin.
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Post by Brewr » 08 Nov 2015, 21:41

I had a friend who was hella into SWTOR and I would pick it up again if he was playing it still but sadly he hasnt bought a new computer since his last one melted (it took them 3 months to clean up the mess).
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Post by Nacimota » 08 Nov 2015, 21:44

I've never played KOTOR before. It gets a lot of praise for writing and so on, which isn't surprising because that's something Bioware generally does well. The plan is to finish it and if enjoy it, move on to KOTOR 2. Then I guess I should probably play Mass Effect 1 and 2 since I haven't played those either.

The point is, I have lots of space-RPG'ing to do.
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Post by Brewr » 08 Nov 2015, 21:46

Yeah I havent played Mass Effect either I played the demo and it just didnt grab me so meh.

These are some sick go to games guys thanks for the tips.
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Post by korbain » 08 Nov 2015, 22:04

For online games cs:go, battlefield 4 and insurgency.

Single player i just finished the witcher 3 after some 215 hours haha merrr gawwwd it was worth it though.

Been enjoying gta v on pc lately :D
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Post by kharis » 08 Nov 2015, 22:12

i've been playing skyforge and just started a new character in diablo 3, always room for minecraft too...

my 8 year old has been trying to get me to play toribash but he's a brown belt and kicks my ass
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Post by Brewr » 08 Nov 2015, 22:21

8 of my go to games are free to play LOL.
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Post by phylum » 08 Nov 2015, 22:29

Quake Live for multiplayer and Spelunky for single player. Recently I've been determined to be a bit less shit at both of them ;D

I had a laugh in Trove with a friend for 2 hours or so, but we never went back to it. It seemed really click-spammy and not very demanding, so good if you have someone fun to chill out with while you play.
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Post by Giblet » 08 Nov 2015, 23:26

The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth. Been having a ridiculous amount of fun with it at the moment, until Fallout 4 comes out anyway. :P
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Post by korbain » 09 Nov 2015, 00:06

phylum wrote:Quake Live for multiplayer and Spelunky for single player. Recently I've been determined to be a bit less shit at both of them ;D

I had a laugh in Trove with a friend for 2 hours or so, but we never went back to it. It seemed really click-spammy and not very demanding, so good if you have someone fun to chill out with while you play.
Haha man the people that play quake live i don't think they've stopped playing since quake 3 came out. I can hold my own in it, some people are insanely good though.

It's good fun playing it though, haven't played it in a few months i should give it a go again :)
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Post by phylum » 09 Nov 2015, 00:24

There has been lots of fun pub games recently. The inclusion of voice chat has made CTF and even TDM more enjoyable in random pubs. Shoot me an add on Steam though, I'm usually keen for games.

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Post by korbain » 09 Nov 2015, 00:29

no worries. Will add you now :) If you on tomorrow drop us a msg or whatever
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