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Posted Jan 17, '13 at 4:27am

bagelover

bagelover

19 posts

dude just wanted to know good games gosh

 

Posted Jan 17, '13 at 5:57am

Masterforger

Masterforger

1,633 posts

Dishonored. ACIII if you have money to spend, but Dishonored is worth it. ACIII only just balances itself in terms of good and bad, whereas even Angry Joe liked Dishonored enough for it to get to his top 10.

 

Posted Jan 18, '13 at 9:59pm

firedog12

firedog12

247 posts

Well since you said last page that you want a shooter that's not like Call of Duty, I suggest Contra. It's an NES classic. And if you enjoy that game you should play Metal Slug too. They're both run and gun games that I think you will enjoy.

 

Posted Jan 21, '13 at 10:07pm

mucketjones337

mucketjones337

5 posts

I know you said you want a shooter game BUT, I think that if you are having trouble thinking of a game then you need to pick up any of the "Legend of Zelda" games. Well... any of them from ocarina of time and on.

 

Posted Jan 22, '13 at 8:08am

HyperSpider

HyperSpider

5 posts

Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind for the PC because it isn't the dumbed-down casual-fest that is Skyrim.

 

Posted Jan 22, '13 at 11:25am

leo99rules

leo99rules

1,756 posts

Battletoads

I'm still trying to preorder it but it is out of stock still. :/

For PC you must play Portal or Half life. One of the two.

 

Posted Feb 2, '13 at 8:37pm

Crickster

Crickster

459 posts

team fortress two is free to play and fun and i have played too much of,
if anyone has an ps2 sitll kingdom hearts two is a fun and easy game
kingdoms of amuler reckoning (spelling maybe wrong) is a good game to get
um..... i think any valve game apart from half-life 2 i would suggest
i'm out of ideas for games

 

Posted Feb 6, '13 at 1:55am

xNightwish

xNightwish

1,560 posts

Antichamber.
This game is weird, looks simple but is pretty hard and is just fun to play.
This is a puzzle game which takes place in a world with different rules than ours. If you like puzzle games you should really buy it. Don't watch a LP, speed run or something else because it will ruin the surprises and puzzles, just buy it.

 

Posted Feb 6, '13 at 7:33pm

Somewhat49

Somewhat49

1,608 posts

Dark Souls is an absurdly good, very easy-to-grasp, fantasy RPG that's a lot like Skyrim.

Just wanna say that if you are thinking of playing Dark Souls, DON'T play it on PC, it was a bad port that was very laggy for no reason at all (Im able to run alot better looking games with no problems yet that one was insanely laggy) and if you find a patch for it or something, then be aware that the game is almost unplayble without a numberpad.

whereas even Angry Joe liked Dishonored enough for it to get to his top 10.

I didn't really get into dishonored enough to be able to play the whole game (the whole sword combat kindof ruined it for me) but I have to say that the graphics used in that game is not up to par with modern day graphics at all and for some people that may come to be a surprise and in some cases might ruin the game.

I suggest Contra. It's an NES classic. And if you enjoy that game you should play Metal Slug too. They're both run and gun games that I think you will enjoy.

I know that Metal Slug 3 is a good, decently long game, but I don't know about the first one and Contra is quite short, about 20 minutes of gameplay, which basicly isn't close to the gameplay time you'd get on modern games.

For PC you must play Portal or Half life. One of the two.

I quite liked portal, but I wouldn't classify that as a first person shooter since you're shooting portals to complete 3D puzzels, but I still found that game to be quite good and at some times challenging, I would reccoment this game for the pc though because for me I felt more involved in the puzzels when I was playing it on the PC then when I was playing it on the Xbox 360 (I think it was xbox 360)

i think any valve game apart from half-life 2 i would suggest

I just got to ask why do you not like Half Life 2? I found it better the HL 1 because the places you had to go were more clear cut and the environments were definatly larger and had more interactive aspects then in the first game. Also the engine was better with the whole pushing boxes.

 

Posted Feb 8, '13 at 1:00am

MattEmAngel

MattEmAngel

4,172 posts

I'm with Nightwish. I just finished playing Antichamber for an hour.

You should (right now):
1. Have a good laptop (if you want to play very, very good games, you need a laptop or computer with graphics, etc etc)
2. Download "Steam" (it's free)
3. Make an account and all (also free)
4. Buy Antichamber ($19.95 USD)
5. Wait until it's late and no one is around to bother you.
6. Leave reality.

I have never payed a game like it, ever, at all. It's like Portal, only different in almost every way. Have you played Portal? Play Portal, it's possibly the best puzzle game in existance, and the sequel is excellent (PC, or Xbox 360 if you're that kinda guy).

 
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