Discussion in 'Gamers Talk And Vape' started by Skullzz, Dec 30, 2018.
Any PC gamers here? What are you guys playing? Always looking for new games to play!
No PC but xboX one. Pubg, Battlefield V, and rocket league are my go-to games. the kids play fortnite like it's going out of style.
I have been happily playing Dead Cells and FTL. (Faster than Light.) Currently playing Saint’s Row 3, however. I love a good indie game. Paper’s lease is another good one!
I play CS:GO! I'd love to catch a game or two if anyone is interested!
Сsgo, fortnite, doom, pubg, stalker
League of Legends. Apex Legends.
And alot of offline games.
Yes PC I am a gamer. I play 7 Days to Die, ESO, and many others but those are the top MMOs at the moment, I also play Theif Simulator, House Flipper, Atomic Society, of Corse Fallout (not 76 yet waiting for them to release privet servers) Mist Survival, Breath Edge, Volcainoids, really my steam list is long.
I started playing game with the element of gamble recently. There are so many cool prizes including Nintendo Switch, PS4, apple watch etc I checked reviews on drakemall.info and decided to give it a try. It turned out to be very entertaining game, where every player win smth in any case.
always nice to get free shit
Apex Legends (quite a good battle royale-type game that's a bit like Fortnite/Realm Royale, but much better)
Resident Evil 2 Remake
Those are the ones I play most. I've also been known to play most retro games like Metroid/Super Metroid.
I just picked up Outlaws of the Old West it is not bad so far buggy but alpha games always are and this one is only 3 days old.
i really enjoy Slay the Spire when i have the time. also, they opened it up to mods... funfunfun
PC and XB1X - Depends on the mood I guess. When I want to have a laugh, usually GMOD ZS on HG. When I'm feeling stealthy like a snake in the grass or just want to be an asshole PUBG or RUST.
If I'm feeling adventurous DA: Inquisition, SOD2, or any other RPG based game.
I'm a big fan of PC games. Currently Apex Legends is my favorite. I play it with friends through esport platform here https://dreamteam.gg/apex and it is so entertaining! I can find there all ifo about teams, tournaments and best players.
what's a good starter game?
i play online mah jongg , but i'd like to try something else if it's not too complicated.
Depends on what you would like to try 7 Days to Die is a great game.
i'll search it.
Volcanoids is another good one
And this is Game Edged he plays quite a few good games you can check out including the two above
well, that steam place is $25 instead of $30.
do i need anything beside a mouse to play?
is there anyplace i could rent the game for a few minutes to see if i can do it?
Just a keyboard and mouse I dont think they have the demo anymore
too bad. i always had a secratary n my typing is very slow.
you just need it for WASD no typing it does offer controller support if that is better for you.
Gameplay footage should give you an idea of the game.
you are welcome
maybe this might be more your style
PC is the only thing I game on unless you count cheesy cell phone games.
Biggest game for me is Factorio. 2nd place is random other games just to play as a break from my Factorio addiction, current being Rising World which is a minecraft clone but much better.
I don't care much for consoles. I really like open-world RPG, Bethesda stuff especially. Morrowind with Tribunal expansion and the Graphics Overhaul is still great. Just recently played/completed Fallout3 and still dive into Skyrim occasionally. Community mods and customization are the big advantage for PC.
You could come try ESO it's great.
I just picked up Fallout 76
PC gamer here. Mostly survival, RTS and city builders.
DayZ and DayZ mods, Scum, Mist survival, The Forest and Survisland to name a few.
I have not played DayZ in years Scum is good so is Mist, I enjoyed the Forest never tried Survisland
I just started DayZ again mostly to see what they've been up to. Survisland is pretty good but development is slow going. Crafting was hard since you had to figure out recipes yourself (which I really liked) but it seems they're making that easier due to complaints.
Yeah I just saw it on steam with mixed reviews but that means little to me since so many of them are fake or just people who do not understand what early access game means
I like gambling from time to time to get some extra cash. It's quite entertaining, plus all these slots and games available online. I play through ecopayz here that function similarly to an online bank interface.
Very in to PC gaming since late 90s. Favorite game of all time is System Shock 2...graphics are "dated" now, but the creepy atmosphere of this game is incredible...you can get it on Steam. LOL, I was once in, like maybe my 5th play-through and my wife saw me sitting at the PC staring at a door. She asked me what I was doing and i said I was afraid to open the door. Built my own Gaming PC as well.
Also check out SOMA on Steam...awesome game!
That looks like a nice game. Going to give it a try.
I play pc games on and off. I like some of the call of duty, far cry, crysis, fallout. Haven't played any besides skyrim out of that series but have the 5 game set (arena, daggerfall, morrowind, oblivion and skyrim). Hard to pass it up, found it a couple years ago on sale for like $25-30 which was less than skyrim alone was selling for. The graphics are nice, just wish I had a beefier card to handle some of the more intensive mods for it. Still does great on default or with low taxing mods like improved trees, weather, water etc. The choose your own path kind of play makes it versatile from player selection to in game quest choices and gives a bit of both rpg as well as action.
Lately I've been going through farcry 3 again. More of a fps but not as restrictive as like cod ghosts or something where you're just on a plotted course from one screen to another. Nothing really spooky about the game but oddly enough it's slow going for me on the radio towers near the top. The way the towers flex and sway back and forth I start feeling vertigo looking out or looking down while stuff's moving. lol.
Ghosts was fun, I enjoy fps games. But I was a bit disappointed. Was one of the first games since my nintendo days where I bought a new game that had just come out. Think I paid like $50-60 for it but my first run through I completed the game in like 3-4 days. Sure games were more expensive in the 80's due to inflation and quite a few nintendo games were around $65-70 or even closer to $80. But they took months to get all the way through, got a lot more bang for your buck.
I dropped my gaming stuff aside when started working on myself.
Recently played a few maps on Age of Mythology: The Titans expansion. One of the best games ever created IMHO.
Of course, Grand Theft Auto series would be the best of the best for me, can't wait for the 6th one. Once a new copy is released, I go through it and finish it. Then waiting for the next one, and so on.
Been into Workers & Resources Soviet Republic lately.
It's damn near as addicting as Factorio.
When you switch from using the latest and greatest weapons in either call of duty or far cry 3, then end up moving to the post apocalyptic world of fallout. A game where the weapons are old, dusty and crusty and usually need repairs and it shows. Suddenly I can't hit shit. lol. Get the sights all lined up on a target and miss 3-4 out of 5 shots.
I am big Mass Effect fan
Add me on Xbox 1 I never seem to get a chance to get on but if I see you on I'll join a battlefield v. Same name is gamertag