god tier 10/10
addictive games multiplayer online or offline doesn't matter just the best thing you ever played
amazing puzzle game
really hard, but beating a level is so satisfying
first off i know. liking new games is gay. but paragon is kind of stealing my heart and i really hope it goes places.
There are dozens for me. I've been a gamer since the late 70s.
Currently though. I can't seem to go a day without FFXIV
I remember there was a cheat code that let you use Desann's lightsaber. It looked great and the blade was longer than Kyles.
Fucking loved all the Jedi Knight games.
Agreed. Been playing ffxiv off and on for a long time now. Always get away from it for a bit, but always come back. They have done a great job of keeping it pretty fresh with updates and always a decent amount of new content every few months.
Every single one of them. I spent way too much time on it.
Shitty content since MoP. Everybody say that the good times were until wotlk, but I don't see the problem with Cata. The Deathwing and dragons shit were pretty cool.
And then Pandas. And garrison. And now artefact weapons. Why
LOL I forgot about the pet battle. Pokemon WoW
That was basically it, they were pandering(no pun intended) to children and Red China. Fuck that shit.
was fun back in the day but got old fast
empire was the best. too bad it had so many glitches
fuck yeah. the 2006 lan party memories
hackers and 12 year olds ruin CS, I haven't even launched the game since 2006, aside for a few rounds of gungame on GO
On phone so no pic but the fucking crysis 1 multiplayer was fucking dope especially if you got organized fucking night time parachuting into the vehicle depo because we couldn't get past the tanks
me and my brother played this all the time
this game is like...fine, man.
it's pretty fun, but it looks and feels dated and I'm pretty sure someone is going to swoop in and make a much better version soon. sort of like dayz/h1z1
I've lost count of the number of times I've played through this game since '98.
And fuck knows how many hours of play time I've logged in it and the countless,
but often fantastic, mods that were born from it.
(Sven Co-op, Science and Industry, CS, TF, Firearms, The Specialists, etc)
Then there were the LAN games...
The game had a massive impact on my younger self.
with that out of the way, I must admit that bf1942 and desert combat were awesome. I wish I could get a group together to play.
Also pic related is hilariously fun if you can get a group of people to play it
>Science and Industry
fuck yes that was incredible and totally slept on
2.3 and 2.4 were the best, incredible LAN games
awesome, probably the best mod for HL ever made
beta 4 was incredible
Still playing it to this day.
D3 can go suck a dick.
Rust is one of those games i always will love. Making litterally near impenetrable bases of + 50 c4 and getting every BP ... before getting bored and playing another game for 2 months before putting another week into rust
>Knowing what it's like to siege a castle in a 100 v 100 multiplayer game
>trying to get to the top of the ladder while a hundred arrows rain down on you
>watching your team-mates die all around you
Fuck this thread, I'm going playing Warband.
Aw, come on. Sven was/is great, provided you play
the right maps and packs, and have some decent people
to play with.
The new Steam release build is pretty robust. Lot of new
features and functionality.
Also: I forgot about Half-Life: Zombie Edition. That shit was
pic related is currently occupying my life
Previous was FTL
It's OK. It just isn't worth its price right now.
If you desperately want to play it, then get it. But I think you'll regret it. I personally am not going to buy it till they release the GECK.
Minecraft is a sandbox with a shovel and a bucket.
Terraria is a sandbox with a shovel and a bucket, a
collection of Tonka trucks, a big bag of Legos, and an
entire playground surrounding it. (with a theme park just down the street)
>you can't like what I don't like
Spoken like a true autistic child
CS is not an arena shooter, and neither game has sprinting mechanics
You gonna admit you're retarded or are you gonna keep on embarrassing yourself?
Either way, I'm entertained.
Damn man, That game was my Childhood.
D3, now known as Wizard Simulator.
Also if you like D2 give pic related a shot, its made by the guys that made D2 then left Blizzard.
Same thing but with Heroes and shit.
Not even baiting.
CSGO, TF2, and of course the Over???????? thing are all carbon copies of Call Of Duty with a different color palette.
They're all on the Q3 engine, and COD4 was the innovator. These are just repainted pieces of shit.
Yeah but veelance healing devalued other units and removed a bit of decision making, also community lets go pro 1v1 TD me I play laser and I fooked yo mom, Generals was more interesting imo sadly scud buggers and map hackers were roaming around
I didn't answer for a reason. Find out yourself before you go talking about it.
Do you go to /lit/ and argue about how Moby Dick was the dumbest whaley speary sci-fi space book ever? Probably, but my point is stop pretending to be informed when you are not, or at the very least make it less obvious you are ignorant next time.
>empire was the best. too bad it had so many glitches
Thus making it the worst, pleb.
>It didn't when counter strike came out
>Counter-Strike: Global Offensive was released for Microsoft Windows, OS X, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 on August 21, 2012.
You're an idiot.
Video game genres are literally a matter of personal preference, get over it.
Also, even if you had the most bad I of reading comprehension skills you would be able to see that I said I don't even like FPS games, you absolute mong.
In the same terms that Pacman is a tactical arcade game.
>original counter strike
Was a ripoff of Half Life which was a ripoff of Quake.
It's not actual content. It's yet another and yet another run+aim simulator; nothing else.
A rehash of a rehash of a rehash of a rehash of a running+aiming simulator in a different color palette and different character designs is not a genre.
It's a rehash. It's a template game. Like when people shit on Cawadoody for being a reskin of a previous game, that's what every single shooter since Q3 was; with a few Medal of Honor and Call of Duty games. Perhaps battlefield.
You are pinning up farmville-tier games to the "god tier 10/10" standards.
What are you even trying to point out? A game is supposed to be a fun way to spend time, who the fuck cares what game is what as long as you have fun in your own way.
Stop baiting fag
Natural Selection 2
Most underrated FPS of all time, player base is small but you'll find servers to play every night.
I'm haven't played the new one, with a new dev team and company behind it I imagine it can only be disappointing for me due to my nostalgia over the old games. Also a baldurs gate game without wizards of the coast involved just seems wrong.
Jedi Academy was the shit. Like some sort of "star wars/mount and blade kinda hybrid". I dont like star wars much, but the game was fun as hell.
Some of the best ive played during my life, in no particular order:
>HL (all of them and CS 1.6)
>Mass Effect (all)
>Dead Space (all)
>Kings Quest: Mask of Eternity
>Total War series (didnt played shogun)
>Mount and Blade
>Eve Online (only when it was possible to plex the account as a casual player. Now it sucks)
>TES Skyrim (no fucks given to the main quest, never finnished it lol)
i'm masterrace now, but this one takes the prize
and humans are ripoffs of monkeys. its called development my good man. Nothing in this world is original.
Vigilante 8 (ps1), Power Stone 2 (dc), mario kart series (except wiiu), smash bros series, Kirby's Air Ride (gc), Guacamelee, Gang Beasts, Minecraft, Terraria, OpenRA.net, Warzone 2100, Dungeon Keeper 2
I could go on.
whatz the meaning of this pic.. sry i don't get it
>being this narrow-minded
ur the one beliveing in stereotypes, and therefore the real faggot. git gud.
Apparently it's avaliable on mobile platforms now, might have to give it a shot to see how it differs from the DS version.
Back when I was a little kid and just did whatever with no thought to efficiency or anything, just wandering around, training skills with the highest oval unlock (much toad crunchies), building my little shack in rimmington with self made planks, killing ardy paladins because they had rune armor on. Real adventure.
Anyone remember a ps2 game where you play a Viking who dies and has to fight his way out of hell I think, had a shitload of weapons, like 10 different axes and you could throw every one of them
Yes and no, classic dungeon crawls like Baldurs gate have a very different feel to the modern idea of a hack and slash games and the spells are generic because they were lifted from table top games like D&D to begin with, baldurs gate is different because it's actually set in the forgotten realms which is a D&D setting, uses D&D game mechanic, and was published by Wizards of the Coast themselves. Neverwinter Nights was set in the same universe.
Those spells and some of those themes are generic in part because of this series, it's an important part of the heritage of games.
Spent three solid years playing Ultima V non-stop. I've spent even more playing NetHack, but not all at once, so it comes in second.
Everyone needs to play this. I'm pretty sure that everyone in this thread knows about it. And knows why everyone needs to play it.
If you don't, or have never played it. You need to play it. You might (and probably will) hate it. But you need to play it.
it's all true that you say and i'm aware of it too (d&d heritage), still makes it common don't you think? I mean how many times can you cast fireball in your life before you get bored and hope for something a little different? You think it's advantage to have generic game mechanics and skills/spells? "Because it's based on D&D" isn't really going to unbore ppl.
skifree. addictive spook your guts off skiing.
no im not even joking. play skifree.
Why play a game that passes judgment on me for doing what the storyline forces me to do? In open world games I don't like playing monstrous characters so I choose not to, in that game the narrative is based around the horrors of war and forces you to play that sort of character, I had the option to could either continue with a game I don't enjoy or walk away from it. I walked away.
Favourite game of my childhood.
Literally innovated open world games and influences many to this day.
There are certain moments in games that blew my mind and have stuck with me forever since.
The first time I walked under a tree and the shadow cast across my toon. Amazing.
In AC it was when I walked down a crowded street and Altair move his shoulders and hand people off as he passed them. I thought it was one of the coolest things I'd ever seen in a game.
One of only 3 games I 1000ed on my 360.
That is true. Not playing is a valid ending to the game. I think the story is aimed more at war games than war itself.
But you're right. I take it back. Not playing was your ending.
Every game in the series since playing the first one in grade8 computer class.
But I also agree with almost everything good that's been said about WoW. Been playing off and on since release it's still fun, not amazing, but have amazing gaming memories from it.
like terraria, but with a twist, it's fucking roguelike
I like difficult, it weens out the fucking casuals
You are dead wrong, but I agree with your sentiment insofar as I really fuckin hate most modern shooters that lack any and all realism (I understand the lack of realism is sorta the point in TF2 tho)
>Arma2 for lyfe
I like difficult as well, but Vanilla is borderline torturous to play through without no lifeing. Not that I have anything against that style of play, I just cant keep up anymore because work. So its less about being casual for me and more that I dont want to play half a game because I cant be as invested as the game actually requires.