For those questions that don't feel worthy of a whole new post.
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You are stuck in a dark room for a year with only a gaming pc. And you can only play one game, what game are you playing?
I'm playin Minecraft
When I was playing dying light with friend we discovered that every timw you go to sleep and wake up air drop will appear, if you don't know air drops are pretty rare and if you collext them and deliver to one guy you will recieve lots of xp, we used that multiple times to unlock grapling hook very early. Air drops also gave lots of medicine which was hard to get in early game and that very helped us
If only speaking from personal experience, many games nowadays have an almost implicit requirement to search up a "before I play" guide or a "beginner recommendations". If nothing else, many people want to Google "missables", to ensure that they can fully experience a game.
What is your recommended game that requires nothing but the player to be in the moment and enjoy the experience?
Thought I was a Quake III Arena pro, challenged my 16yo son to Quake Champions (his first time playing), and lost all five games. Turns out, I suck.
Can't keep up with the new blood.
I've been replaying the newer COD MW1 remastered campaign, and as someone who works in plumbing, I noticed these water heaters are actually pretty well done for a video game. The 'old style' gas control valves really do it for me. What's a game that you stopped and screenshoted something, completely unrelated to the game, because of the trade you're in?
How do these 3 games have the same engine, i don’t know anything about engines and would like how they work/ i can’t imagine that 3 completely different games are built with the “same” foundation. I just don’t get the concept/rules to it
I think for me it has to be games that have a well thought out beginning like Sable or Children of the Light but just dont have an ending.
There's a quote from Kingdom Under Fire: The Crusaders that has stuck with me ever since I heard it. For those that have never played, one of the campaigns features a character named Kendal. In the opening scene of his campaign one of his companions gives him something and asks "What should we do?" The reply is a simple "keep moving." I think about this moment a lot when I am uncertain about things. Anyone else have a similar thing?
Warhammer 40K: Rogue Trader's most intriguing aspect is the most boring part of other RPGs - alignment role-playing
If the game lets you choose good or evil
For me personally it's always been Spider-Man.
Currently watching Black Sails and it’s made me wonder why haven’t we gotten a proper pirate action adventure game?
Been binge watching Black Sails ( watch it if y’all haven’t already) and it’s given me an itch to play a pirate game. Sure there’s Assassins Creed Black Flag but it felt like they missed too big of an opportunity to fully explore pirate life.
Why have we not gotten a proper pirate action adventure game? There’s clearly a demand for it considering the number of times fans have asked for a sequel to Black Flag.