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22-05-2014, 09:15 AM
RE: Suggest some games to try.
I'm a few gaming generations behind, so I don't have a lot to suggest. For the PS3 I liked GTA V, The Last of Us, Skyrim, LoTR: Lego and a few others I can't remember at the moment. My main genre is jrpgs, some Zelda, some racing games, some button mashers and Tactics type games, but my old time favorite console is still SNES so it might be a bit too old school for what you're after.

Consoles just got too rich for my blood, and I found there are only a few games I like after spending a ton on a new system. If I play new games nowadays they tend to be a mmos, but I usually just stick to my old stuff. I may get a PS4 one of these days, but it'll be a few years up the road after the prices drop and there are enough games out that I'm interested in.

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22-05-2014, 04:17 PM
RE: Suggest some games to try.
Xbox
Halo

Saints row

gears of war

crysis

mortal kombat

Umvc3

Skullgirls

Nintendo

Kirby

Supermario wii u

mario kart

supersmash brothers

pokemon.

Thats all I have so far.

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23-05-2014, 04:51 PM
RE: Suggest some games to try.
(22-05-2014 09:15 AM)Elskidor Wrote:  I'm a few gaming generations behind, so I don't have a lot to suggest. For the PS3 I liked GTA V, The Last of Us, Skyrim, LoTR: Lego and a few others I can't remember at the moment. My main genre is jrpgs, some Zelda, some racing games, some button mashers and Tactics type games, but my old time favorite console is still SNES so it might be a bit too old school for what you're after.

Consoles just got too rich for my blood, and I found there are only a few games I like after spending a ton on a new system. If I play new games nowadays they tend to be a mmos, but I usually just stick to my old stuff. I may get a PS4 one of these days, but it'll be a few years up the road after the prices drop and there are enough games out that I'm interested in.

I've still got my SNES... Still great fun, and some of the games are brutally difficult.

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26-05-2014, 12:22 PM
RE: Suggest some games to try.
I came across a game called Crayon Physics and it turned out to be quite addictive; at least I enjoyed playing it for a few days. Only for computers and tablets, though.
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07-06-2014, 08:11 AM
RE: Suggest some games to try.
Ok, can you tell me now, which type of game you want to play. If you got bored with your old game collection then you can try my favorite games. I mostly play following games:
OpenTTD
Yume Nikki
Dwarf Fortress
Photopia
NetHack
Beneath a Steel Sky
Digital: A Love Story
Neptune’s Pride
Gravity Bone
They are the best game, try them at least once. I know I will surely going to love them all. Smile

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08-06-2014, 05:35 AM
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(07-06-2014 08:11 AM)JaniceGalindo Wrote:  Ok, can you tell me now, which type of game you want to play. If you got bored with your old game collection then you can try my favorite games. I mostly play following games:

Dwarf Fortress

They are the best game, try them at least once. I know I will surely going to love them all. Smile

Sir, when you list Dwarf Fortress as a 'best game', I am obliged to ask your criteria.

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