What games are you playing right now?

Eternal Enigma

♏ Sun - ♒ Moon - ♋ Rising
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I've been doing a lot of mobile gaming lately. Mostly puzzles...

Here are the games I've been playing the past month.

Agario
LIMBO
Badland
Thomas Was Alone

What games have you been playing?

If it's a new release please tell us what you think of it. :)
 

Eltu

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Fallout 1 & 2 - great RPGs!

(so are Fallout 3 and New Vegas, for that matter - they're up next, though I've played them countless times before :D)
 
Destiny is where it's at. Best FPS gameplay, albeit with a weak story and crap balancing that should be addressed with the new expansion. Always fall back on Halo MCC. Despite the launch issues, I can't stay away from Halo 3 multiplayer. Also play some ESO from time to time. Really looking forward to Star Wars Battlefront.
 

Eltu

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If you like Torchlight 2, give Grim Dawn a look - spiritual successor to Titan Quest (check that out too if you haven't played it already, I can't remember) by the same developer and a great ARPG. :)

Titan Quest remains one of my very favorite ARPGs, along with Sacred and Diablo 2.
 

Marvellous Chester

Aristocratic Villain
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Borderlands 2, Borderlands The Pre-Sequel and all of the DLCs (and there are a lot of them).

I love this series. It's a bit similar to Fallout in that it is a gun-based RPG that takes place in some lawless badlands, but it is much less depressing and makes fun of popular culture.
 

Clarke

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Borderlands 2, Borderlands The Pre-Sequel and all of the DLCs (and there are a lot of them).

I love this series. It's a bit similar to Fallout in that it is a gun-based RPG that takes place in some lawless badlands, but it is much less depressing and makes fun of popular culture.
The Hyperion corporation wishes to clarify that the bright light you saw after death was our digistruct technology, and not a higher power. Not higher than Hyperion, anyway.
 

Eltu

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I always wanted to get into Borderlands but couldn't - probably because 1) it's more coop/MP-focused and 2) it relies too heavily on pop culture references.

Tried the first game numerous times, it mostly made me want to play Fallout - but maybe I should try Borderlands 2 some day and see how that one's like. Maybe the SP experience will be a bit more fleshed out which'd be nice :D
 

Marvellous Chester

Aristocratic Villain
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Clarke said:
The Hyperion corporation wishes to clarify that the bright light you saw after death was our digistruct technology, and not a higher power. Not higher than Hyperion, anyway.

I always laugh at these lines, right up until my character loads and the message "-$46,659" appears. XD

Eltu said:
I always wanted to get into Borderlands but couldn't - probably because 1) it's more coop/MP-focused and 2) it relies too heavily on pop culture references.

Tried the first game numerous times, it mostly made me want to play Fallout - but maybe I should try Borderlands 2 some day and see how that one's like. Maybe the SP experience will be a bit more fleshed out which'd be nice

It's true that the game is considerably more fun with a friend or 3. That's where it excels. The general consensus seems to be that Borderlands 2 is the best. It's worth a go! Perhaps you will be able to pick it up cheap in a Steam sale at some point. I got the GOTY edition with the 4 major DLC packs for £6-something :D
 
being thinking of getting back into splatoon because of the august update

but mostly it's been WoW and pokemon omega ruby
 

Clarke

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It's true that the game is considerably more fun with a friend or 3. That's where it excels. The general consensus seems to be that Borderlands 2 is the best. It's worth a go! Perhaps you will be able to pick it up cheap in a Steam sale at some point. I got the GOTY edition with the 4 major DLC packs for £6-something :D
Perhaps we should swap Steam IDs. :)
 
I've mostly been playing Splatoon. I have no clue why its so addicting. One more round ... ;p I've also played Don't Starve Together with a friend.
 

Eltu

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I keep meaning to try Don't Starve (though its single-player part) - I very much enjoy these roguelike-inspired games popping up these days (favorites of mine being Binding of Isaac and Sunless Sea) so it's quite possible I'll like Don't Starve a lot too. Oh well, waiting for a Steam sale...
 
fallout new vegas and skyrim. and on my laptop for once instead of having to drag out the 360

god bless the command menu i love being able to cheat.

and i'm waiting for starbound to finish downloading so in a few i'll be playing that.
 

Eternal Enigma

♏ Sun - ♒ Moon - ♋ Rising
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I've been playing Game of War for nearly a year. I'm in Thanos (#464). GoW can be a very frustrating game if you aren't patient, but it can be enjoyable if you're with the right alliance.

I wanted to get GTA 5 for my PC until my PC died. It looks awesome, but I haven't played it yet. The one game I'm interested in trying is Doom 4. There are others, but it's just finding the time to get around to them.
 

Eltu

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I keep going through the Fallout games in preparation for Fallout 4 - got two playthroughs each of Fallout 1 and 2 now, and moving on to New Vegas for a couple more :D
 
I've been playing Game of War for nearly a year. I'm in Thanos (#464). GoW can be a very frustrating game if you aren't patient, but it can be enjoyable if you're with the right alliance.

I wanted to get GTA 5 for my PC until my PC died. It looks awesome, but I haven't played it yet. The one game I'm interested in trying is Doom 4. There are others, but it's just finding the time to get around to them.

It's worth fixing your PC in order to play GTA 5. I was gifted the game a month after it's release and still play it ALOT these days. I'm still exploring the huge open world and just messing around out there. It has a very high replay value.
 
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