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Windows 7: What Games Are You Playing? [3]


15 Oct 2013   #1

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What Games Are You Playing? [3]

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XBOX 360 is best for Third Person Games while I can't wait to see Steam Controller in action.. saw a video yesterday they were demonstrating it on few games including Portal, Civ V and few others and really it's looking epic. The touch pads on it work in a way like a keyboard and mouse.. it looks promising and I hope it'll be under $70 when it'll hit markets in future.


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15 Oct 2013   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

It's coming.

Link: Gta v !!
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17 Oct 2013   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64
 
 

I just finished Prototype 2. Before 2-3 weeks I also finished first part. Interesting game.
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18 Oct 2013   #4

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Playing Divinity II because it's been sitting on my HDD forever. I got it along with Risen I and II in a Steam sale quite a while ago and just never got into it. I played the original Divinity when it was released several years ago and enjoyed it. Though, from what I've seen you don't really need to play the original to get into Divinity II. It does a decent job of letting the player in on what happened in the previous game without banging it over the head of players who have played it.

It's decent, sort of Fable meets Oblivion. The dragons are kind of smallish and not very impressive compared to Skyrim's beasts, but it's an interesting romp so far. Ranged combat could be better, but it's okay. I also don't care for the magic system having mana points and a cooldown system. It's a bit redundant to have both, but magic is still useful to soften up enemies and buff your character to get through tough fights.

So far it's entertaining and has kept me playing. I'm pretty sure I'll finish it and then move on to the two Risen games.
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19 Oct 2013   #5

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I've completed all the main story missions and side missions on GTA: V a while ago, and have completed all the races and purchased most of the property, so GTA: V seems to be getting a little boring now. I might just finish the arms trafficking activities, and then go back to GTA: V in a few months.
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19 Oct 2013   #6

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by x BlueRobot View Post
I've completed all the main story missions and side missions on GTA: V a while ago, and have completed all the races and purchased most of the property, so GTA: V seems to be getting a little boring now. I might just finish the arms trafficking activities, and then go back to GTA: V in a few months.
I'm interested to find out how many hours have you put into the game. Is the campaign (main missions/storyline) lengthy? Any diversity and contrast between main and side missions? What about collectibles?

I really don't want to watch any GTA V footage on YouTube (except some "Online" gameplay), I don't want to spoil myself until the PC version comes out.
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19 Oct 2013   #7

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

Got so many games waiting to be played,but too lazy to download and install -__- Still playing BF3's MP and shadow warrior.
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19 Oct 2013   #8

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Gornot View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by x BlueRobot View Post
I've completed all the main story missions and side missions on GTA: V a while ago, and have completed all the races and purchased most of the property, so GTA: V seems to be getting a little boring now. I might just finish the arms trafficking activities, and then go back to GTA: V in a few months.
I'm interested to find out how many hours have you put into the game. Is the campaign (main missions/storyline) lengthy? Any diversity and contrast between main and side missions? What about collectibles?

I really don't want to watch any GTA V footage on YouTube (except some "Online" gameplay), I don't want to spoil myself until the PC version comes out.
same here and I can't imagine the number of mods will come out for it...
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19 Oct 2013   #9

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Well for PC I am not playing anything right now. I am waiting for them to make a new il 2 sturmovik PC game ( if they ever do ), I even have the thrustmaster t flight hotas x for flight sims, but I use it on my PS3 games. But for PS3 my fave games in order from most played to least are : NFS Shit 2 Unleashed, Gran Turismo 5, Shift 1, Il sturmovik birds of prey, Birds of Steel, Metal Gear 4 and Metal Gear Rising. But the most hours put into a game, I would say two games are Shift 2 and Gran Turismo 5. I wish GT5 was available for PC.
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19 Oct 2013   #10

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Gornot View Post
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I've completed all the main story missions and side missions on GTA: V a while ago, and have completed all the races and purchased most of the property, so GTA: V seems to be getting a little boring now. I might just finish the arms trafficking activities, and then go back to GTA: V in a few months.
I'm interested to find out how many hours have you put into the game. Is the campaign (main missions/storyline) lengthy? Any diversity and contrast between main and side missions? What about collectibles?

I really don't want to watch any GTA V footage on YouTube (except some "Online" gameplay), I don't want to spoil myself until the PC version comes out.
The storyline felt shorter than San Andreas, but I think it may be around the same length as GTA IV. The side missions are completely different to the main missions, the side missions are more comic generally, and you have stranger missions too.

I think you can collect spaceship parts, when did hidden packages stop?

The stranger missions unlock you additional things to do, like collecting nuclear waste in the sea; collecting letters/diary entries on a boat?

There's the fly under the bridges challenge from GTA IV and the stunt jumps which are best so far.
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