Video games that our type of people might like


#27

Max payne was pretty good but it bored me after a couple hours. I like older video games but Im only 28 so I cant say im old yet lol.


#28

Well, to each their own I guess. Personally I couldn’t imagine myself ever getting bored with MP. That sequel is insanely good and entertaining.I enjoyed countless hours playing it over and over again.

Btw, there was one CoD installment that got to me! The one in which you could choose what decision to make and thus influence the course of the game. I’d like to play that one all over again, experiencing each course of action and see all the variables. I always wondered what would have happened if one chose to follow the other path. What annoyed me as a result was the lack of manual save options to allow for a re-run of the game and assist in such. You couldn’t ‘capture and save’ the turning points. I’m a ‘what if?’ curious kind of guy who likes to pay attention to a story, so that really would have been a nice feature.


#29

I stopped playing COD after Modern Warfare 2.


#30

Killing tediz tonight. Check!


#31

Good stuff, That wouldve been fun online.


#32

Should be obvious what I like by my username.

I used to be a vintage game collector but got out of that business a short time ago. Would rather spend money on other things. Now I spend what ever time I have on games playing stuff like Borderlands series, Fallout 4 and Elder Scrolls games.


#33

For a realistic video game suitable for actual shooting practice, the old Namco light gun games are great.
Very accurate, fast and fun.
Also very difficult, so park your ego at the door.
They will definitely sharpen your skills.
Unfortunately they only work on the old style crt televisions.
Yup I still have one just for this purpose.
About the only place to find them is occasionally at Goodwill or garage sales.
The games themselves are often available on ebay for a few bucks.
Just make sure the game also has the light gun with it.


#34

I’d have to suggest two games here –

  1. CS:GO (Counter Strike), because of all the dozens of FPS games currently out there, none come anywhere close to offering the same level of challenging play, fantastic and helpful (if a little big-headed) community, endless replayability, and ridiculously high skill ceiling.
    Most games will give somewhere between 10 and 100 hours of gameplay depending on side quests, challenges, trophies etc alongside the main story or purpose. To date I’ve put 3,000+ hours into CS:GO alone, not including playtime from any of the earlier iterations.

  2. Project Reality, which although it can be a little fiddly to get set up properly, and with several choices to make depending on which base game you plan on modding (or instead choosing the stand-alone variant), but once that’s all done and dusted, I don’t think there’s another game out there that provides the same level of reality-simulating gameplay. Definitely not a title for casual play, however if you enjoyed the ARMA or Battlefield games but always wished there was an ultra-hardcore mode available, then PR will probably scratch that itch quite nicely. It’d be exhausting if I were to list all the various reasons and features that make it a great game, so if your interest has been piqued at all I suggest simply heading to their site and then browsing the wiki material while it’s downloading.

A couple quick examples – you don’t get a HUD to tell you your health or ammo count etc, because you don’t get that in real life. Also, you have to be careful when using comms with your squad because enemy soldiers will also pick up what you say if they happen to be nearby. There’s much more in this vein, just tons of tweaks all made with the intent to make it more difficult, more realistic, and as much like a simulation as possible.

Tl;dr, here’s my 2¢ about which games I think are relevant to the community, and the reasons why for each. You’ll have to read it to find out though lol sorry no tl;dr


#35

I forgot to mention arcade games. Do you like a pistol or pump shot gun?


#36

Wolfenstein 2


#37

Cod & battlefield mostly for the juvenile side of me.


#38

I’m recovering PC gamer trying to wade through consoles to buy


#39

Ok so this is a subject I’m an expert of since I own pretty much everything but a Wii U.

Here are some qualifying questions to start.

  • What genres of games do you play?
  • What are some of your favorite PC games?
  • How much time do you spend on a game?
  • Do you use any controllers on your PC?
  • Do you have a budget? And if so how much?
  • Have you ever owned a console? And if so what was the latest one you’ve owned?

#40

uh ohh,

350.00 on the budget, have had original xbox twice, and ps3 back but always short term

PC was much more impressive, started with MOH, miss that game, then BF2 and BF4 with a couple of the others

joystick only for jets, keyboard the rest of the controls

xbox Iiked the tombraider and ps3 I like walking dead

and I just want one for games, not all the extra stuff, offline games, no multiplayer planned


#41

Ok. For $350-ish and you want a current generation console I would get an XBOX One S. The PlayStation only exclusives aren’t worth getting a PS4 for in my opinion and if you like Battlefield and other cross platform games then the XBOX One S will be more than perfect for that. Plus with the XBOX One S you get a true 4K Blu Ray player with it so hello bonus.

Other things such as the interface/UI and controller controls layout are personal preference and can sometimes be a hot topic. I’m lucky enough to own both platforms (One, One S and a PS4 Pro) and I end up spending 90% of my time on the XBOX One if that tells you anything. Now if you said you liked RPGs/jRPGs and or adventure games like Horizon then that’s a completely different story because the PS4 has the edge there but that’s it.

Any Windows 7/10 compatible USB keyboard and mouse should work just fine with PS4 and will be something Microsoft is looking to implement for the XBOX One soon.


#42

This

https://www.amazon.com/Xbox-One-1TB-Bundle-items-360/dp/B074JF7M9X/ref=sr_1_8?s=videogames&ie=UTF8&qid=1533341188&sr=1-8&refinements=p_72%3A1248885011#customerReviews

over this?

https://www.amazon.com/PlayStation-4-Slim-1TB-Console/dp/B071CV8CG2/ref=sr_1_8?s=videogames&ie=UTF8&qid=1533345640&sr=1-8&keywords=PlayStation%2B4%2Bpro&th=1

seems to be where I’m at, today, I’ve done this search a few times over the last week


#43

Still vote XBOX One S. Something I forgot to mention. MS has a program called Backwards Compatibility where they FOR FREE (unlike Sony) have some (note: a bunch) previous generation (original XBOX and XBOX 360) games backwards compatible with the One. So pop in the original disc and you can download it and you’re ready to go. In most cases the games end up running smoother and a bit better on the One. Plus these older games are pretty cheap too if you need to buy a copy.

https://www.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-one/backward-compatibility


#44

I remember not liking how to load a game on PS3, but don’t recall Xbox

Is it any easier to load a game on the xbox 1 s?


#45

Do you mean saving it to the hard drive? It is an automated process. I’ll record a video with my phone as an example if that helps you?

edit
You pop in the disc, and if the console is connected to the internet it asks if you want to download whatever update (which you can decline) then it will begin to install/download to your hard drive. Once you reach a certain percentage you can begin playing. So once the game installs completely you just pop in the disc and the game loads going forward from that point.

If you’re offline you can just download the game to the hard drive. Keep in mind that some games like Destiny and some EA/Ubisoft games require an internet connection whether you are on an XBOX or PlayStation.


#46

PS4 has the VR possibility, tried that yet?