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Re: Gaming

Postby red_fox » Thu Dec 28, 2017 2:39 pm

So... Some years ago we're discussing about Doom, den-fur-match when?
"There is something so sensual about fur next to the skin, don't you think?"
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Re: Gaming

Postby neoJaguar » Thu Dec 28, 2017 5:33 pm

Jonasfoxluvr wrote:Rainbow Six: Siege anyone?


thinking about picking that up for PC since it's on sale via Steam.

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Re: Gaming

Postby neoJaguar » Thu Dec 28, 2017 5:33 pm

red_fox wrote:So... Some years ago we're discussing about Doom, den-fur-match when?



never saw that, but I'm down.

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Re: Gaming

Postby Vicamros » Fri Dec 29, 2017 7:47 pm

Final Fantasy 14, for now

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Re: Gaming

Postby Sarcophadude » Mon Jan 01, 2018 2:59 am

I've been playing Destiny 2 pretty often on Battlenet. If anyone would like to add me: Vidic#1949.
Or on Steam: http://steamcommunity.com/id/Pointraiser


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Re: Gaming

Postby punisherthunder » Mon Jan 01, 2018 11:11 am

CoD WWII for PS4
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Re: Gaming

Postby Jonasfoxluvr » Mon Jan 01, 2018 12:31 pm

neoJaguar wrote:
Jonasfoxluvr wrote:Rainbow Six: Siege anyone?


thinking about picking that up for PC since it's on sale via Steam.

Same as you, as I also got the game from the Steam's sale in the last month and I would say it is a really good FPS game
:D

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Re: Gaming

Postby Sarcophadude » Tue Jan 02, 2018 12:56 am

Siege is very fun! I've always enjoyed the Tom Clancy games, more tactical than most shooters out there which I appreciate!

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Re: Gaming

Postby hypnomink » Mon Jan 08, 2018 4:42 pm

So I took a long sabbatical from gaming, like four or five years of time, only playing with a friend at his house from time to time as a social thing. He finally convinced me to make a steam account early in the summer, which I used to play the original Witcher (I like some of the books) and which then sat dormant until the finale of Twin Peaks The Return, when I started craving more surreal mystery and learned there were games influenced by the original run of the show.

I found an inexpensive download code online for Alan Wake and played through that, loved it, and have been getting back into games since then, Alan Wake's American Nightmare, Life is Strange, and Deadly Premonition being three others that I got and have played on 360. On Steam, I got into games like Virginia, Oxenfree, and Kentucky Route Zero. I still have yet to play Dear Esther, Firewatch, Kona, Stories Untold, and my latest and most anticipated purchase Night in the Woods, but I have them lined up to play. Due to my love of film noir and pulp fiction, my friend recommended Fallout: New Vegas and L.A. Noire, so I got those in October and have been working through New Vegas slowly. This New Year, Microsoft had a big sale, and I got Dishonored, Silent Hill HD, Bioshock, Dragon Age: Origins, and The Wolf Among Us.

These are all the games I will be working through as my time permits throughout the year. I save my Steam for indie games, mainly, since I play them on my MacBook. Eventually, in the future, I would like to build a PC, like most of my friends have. Currently, the nice part of playing older games on my 360 has been how inexpensive they all are now.

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Re: Gaming

Postby Alyssa » Tue Jan 09, 2018 11:10 am

hypnomink wrote:So I took a long sabbatical from gaming, like four or five years of time, only playing with a friend at his house from time to time as a social thing. He finally convinced me to make a steam account early in the summer, which I used to play the original Witcher (I like some of the books) and which then sat dormant until the finale of Twin Peaks The Return, when I started craving more surreal mystery and learned there were games influenced by the original run of the show.

I found an inexpensive download code online for Alan Wake and played through that, loved it, and have been getting back into games since then, Alan Wake's American Nightmare, Life is Strange, and Deadly Premonition being three others that I got and have played on 360. On Steam, I got into games like Virginia, Oxenfree, and Kentucky Route Zero. I still have yet to play Dear Esther, Firewatch, Kona, Stories Untold, and my latest and most anticipated purchase Night in the Woods, but I have them lined up to play. Due to my love of film noir and pulp fiction, my friend recommended Fallout: New Vegas and L.A. Noire, so I got those in October and have been working through New Vegas slowly. This New Year, Microsoft had a big sale, and I got Dishonored, Silent Hill HD, Bioshock, Dragon Age: Origins, and The Wolf Among Us.

These are all the games I will be working through as my time permits throughout the year. I save my Steam for indie games, mainly, since I play them on my MacBook. Eventually, in the future, I would like to build a PC, like most of my friends have. Currently, the nice part of playing older games on my 360 has been how inexpensive they all are now.

On 360 I loved Mass Effect trilogy, and in my humble opinion Fallout 3 was much better than NV. Washington DC was damn atmospheric.


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