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I've ridden Cthulhu in a top hat. Worth twenty bucks.

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So like, make your own protagonist, recruit a crew, customize your character, your crew, your ship- then you can fly around and do whatever.
Visit Deep Space 9, Earth Space Dock, Starfleet Academy... the works.
You wanna visit Vulcan? You can do that.
You wanna fight some Klingons? Today is a good day to die- a few times. You can do that.
You wanna tour the galaxy and get into random trouble; perhaps even fight the Borg? You can do that.

Basically, aside from a few unavoidable flaws inherent to the fact it's an MMO, Star Trek Online is the quintessential Star Trek game, in my opinion. So damn fun.

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this really is one of those games you need a guide for to finish because they literally tell you nothing :D

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impressive, most impressive. and by that i mean damn this is good.


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A really fun shooter that's surprisingly funny and dialogue heavy.

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I've been playing GTA V lately. About halfway done with the game and enjoying it. Basically more of the same as the other versions, but always a good experience.

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 28, 2014 7:33 pm 
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I've been playing GTA V lately. About halfway done with the game and enjoying it. Basically more of the same as the other versions, but always a good experience.



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It's yet to really draw me in, but this is a nice little RPG that's pretty enjoyable so far. It got rave reviews, though, so I'm hoping it engrosses me more as it goes on. The best RPGs do.

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Criminally short for its price tag, but it is fun.

Not much to say in terms of recommendations, though. If you play Metal Gear Solid, you should play it at some point and if you don't, you shouldn't.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 09, 2014 9:03 pm 
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now that the game is patched up a bunch i finally decided to start playing it

same map as arkham city, a plot i'm not caring for much at all, but the combat is still just as enjoyable.

also, this one has multiplayer, which from the few rounds i played wasn't so bad, they did a better job on it than i thought.

now if only there weren't buildings i was literally falling through.


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now that the game is patched up a bunch i finally decided to start playing it

same map as arkham city, a plot i'm not caring for much at all, but the combat is still just as enjoyable.

also, this one has multiplayer, which from the few rounds i played wasn't so bad, they did a better job on it than i thought.

now if only there weren't buildings i was literally falling through.

imo, this is basically filler before Arkham Knight.

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couldn't agree more with you

not bad, not great, just a good way to kill time while we await the next rocksteady game.


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Holee hell in a handbag. This game is one of the coolest fucking Doom clones I've ever played. Ever.
It has a real arcade feel to it. Like those on-rails shooters from the 90's? Like House of the Dead? Except it's not on-rails at all. It's essentially a sequel to a Doom clone.
This one seems to make more of a name for itself though. It's more unique. Still a Doom clone at heart, but soooo fucking fun.

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Holee hell in a handbag. This game is one of the coolest fucking Doom clones I've ever played. Ever.
It has a real arcade feel to it. Like those on-rails shooters from the 90's? Like House of the Dead? Except it's not on-rails at all. It's essentially a sequel to a Doom clone.
This one seems to make more of a name for itself though. It's more unique. Still a Doom clone at heart, but soooo fucking fun.


wow, totally agree, I loved that game, also you might not know https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TnFs5t ... lpage#t=64

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I didn't know! Holy shit, that makes this game easily like 10x cooler. Wow.

Anyways, I'm also trying out Soldier of Fortune, Bully, Postal 2, Manhunt 2, and returning to Doom 3.
Not to mention I also have the first Blood around here as well.

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these are all solid, but not gonna lie, The Thing has impressed me most.
The team based gameplay takes what could've been a stale RE knockoff and makes it incredibly interesting.
They managed to implement trust and fear mechanics. Which is essential, as any fan of the movie would know.
Sometimes, in order to progress, you'll have to find a way to prove to certain NPCs that you're... well, you.
The game makes great use of familiar locations and a very hostile environment. Even the cold is your enemy as too long outside could actually kill you.
The game keeps you on your toes with a mix of action, lean ammo supply, puzzle solving, clue finding, and a general struggle to survive.
The weapons are varied and there's a lot of controls to get the hang of, but this is a game I'm shocked I haven't played before. It's really really good.

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believe the hype, disregard all the people who complain.


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believe the hype, disregard all the people who complain.

I really need to play that and Wolfenstein. Too bad most of the friends I could mooch off of are home right now.

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i would recommend skipping out on wolfenstein, or at least playing the older games first.


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i would recommend skipping out on wolfenstein, or at least playing the older games first.

Why's that?

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i would recommend skipping out on wolfenstein, or at least playing the older games first.

I've only heard good things about it, however I will follow your advice because i try not to play brand new games simply for price reasons!!

I am currently playing Tomb Raider, which I actually got for free with my graphics card ages ago.

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