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What game are you currently playing?

Discussion in 'Games' started by nathan86, Mar 16, 2021.

  1. nathan86

    nathan86 New Member

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    I am currently playing pokemon ash gray and this game music graphic so nice.
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    What game are you currently playing?
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    Hello, welcome to the forum nathan86.

    I'm currently in between games at the moment, not really committed to any single game. Currently I am playing a bit of GTAV, Space Hulk Ascension, StarCraft 2, Vampire Bloodlines.

    I have been feeling a need to get back into an old favorite series of mine: Quest for Glory.
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    This pokemon omega ruby citra is a gameboy advance game that you can enjoy on play emulator. This GBA game is the US English version that works in all modern web browsers without downloading..
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    booman Grand High Exalted Mystic Emperor of Linux Gaming Staff Member

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    I'm currently playing:
    • Assassin's Creed Origins (Proton 5.13)
    • Slime Rancher with co-op mod (Native)
    • Trine 2 & 3 with Wife (Native)
    • Castlevania: Lords of Shadow (Proton 5.13)
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    BDO, when i want to waist my time for nothing :D
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    booman Grand High Exalted Mystic Emperor of Linux Gaming Staff Member

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    BDO?

    something online I'm guessing
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    Is that Black Desert Online? I've never played it myself, but seen some ads over the years.

    I'm hooked on Stellaris again these days. I normally play a materialist/pacifist civilization. Huge focus on technological research, while doing my best to stay out of war and instead keep friendly relations with other empires. A democractic society with freedom for the citizens.

    This time however I did a slight variation. I always enjoy playing a materialist civilization, since I like to focus heavily on research. I always want to be more advanced than the other empires. But this time I am no pacifist, instead I am authoritarian. I run strict population and migrations controls, and have a strong police state with a dictatorial rule. My entire population have recently been forcibly turned into robots. First everyone were given cybernetic implants, now everyone is fully synthetic. When I conquer planets from others, the entire population is also turned into machines in my empire.
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    Yep, that is black desert. Really nice game, very beautiful but boring :c
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    booman Grand High Exalted Mystic Emperor of Linux Gaming Staff Member

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    Thats too bad.. nobody wants to hear that a game is boring.
    I've always wanted to give it a try, but I'll pass on it.

    Recently I bought Baldur's Gate II Enhanced Edition and tried a co-op game with my 13 year old daughter. Sadly, it is too confusing and boring for her to continue. I was really hoping for an action game with a lot of story, but there is SOOO MUCH dialog. At least in the beginning. How far do we need to go before the action begins?
    We are not used to tactical RPG party-based games. Picking up items, equipping and using magic is very confusing. But I don't want to give up on this game.
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    Both BG1 and BG2 are amazing games. I played them when they were new, which is around 20 years ago. And I've replayed both games multiples times.

    However, both BG1 and BG2 are what I would consider "old-school-rpg", meaning that it takes some time to get into the mechanics (lower armor class is better, for instance), and there is a LOT of dialogue. A large part of the game is spent exploring the city and talking. By playing it cooperatively, you are also missing out on a lot of game content and quests. When you play single player, and only create the main character, then the party members you hire during the game will have their own storylines and quests.

    But if you want that kind of gameplay, but with less talking and more action, check out Icewind Dale. The first game is the best one here, and it is a lot more action oriented. This game was also intended for you to create the full party. It is identical to Baldur's Gate in gameplay and mechanics.
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    booman Grand High Exalted Mystic Emperor of Linux Gaming Staff Member

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    Ok, well you confirmed it, I'll be playing this one alone.
    Thanks Daniel!

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