There's so many games out, can't find one that's fun

#1 Edited by robokill (1064 posts) -

Is there a game like this:

-nonlinear

-stable and doesn't have any major technical problems

-has multiplayer

-can have upgrades, can be rpg like, can be mmo don't care

-real time

-has good exploration and gameplay

-has colorful graphics but not pastel like WoW or Wildstar. Survival/horror games often have cool gameplay and headache inducing black/brown/grey only color palettes.

#2 Posted by Tokeism (2334 posts) -

Divinity: Original Sin

  • Nonlinear quest completion
  • Stable/No major issues
  • Co-op
  • RPG
  • Turn based combat but real time exploration (isometric)
  • Exploration and good gameplay
  • Colourful graphics

Borderlands 2

  • Open world segments
  • Stable/No major issues
  • Co-op
  • RPG
  • FPS
  • Exploration and good gameplay
  • Colourful graphics

Skyrim

  • Open world
  • Stable/No major issues
  • Single player
  • RPG
  • First person
  • Exploration and good gameplay
  • Gray-ish graphics (can be altered with mods)

The Witcher 2

  • Open world sections
  • Stable/No major issues
  • Single player
  • RPG
  • Thrid person
  • Exploration and good gameplay
  • Colourful Graphics and world
#3 Posted by skipper847 (3333 posts) -

I just cant seem to choose which to play. :P

#4 Posted by Nick3306 (2579 posts) -

Borderlands 2. If you cant have fun with borderlands 2, especially in co-op, then video games might not be for you.

#5 Posted by pyro1245 (851 posts) -

I have this problem too from time to time. Thank Larian for Divinity: Original Sin or I might still be in a little rut.

#6 Posted by Blutfahne (275 posts) -

Try Sleeping Dogs it's pretty awesome.

#7 Edited by devnon06 (24 posts) -

@blutfahne said:

Try Sleeping Dogs it's pretty awesome.

+1

I don't get the Sleeping Dogs bashing that is going around. I was listening to slacker, and a station DJ on one of their adverts was talking smack on the game because of the no shadows in front of car headlights.

Good story and an awesome twist on GTA type games... sometimes you just don't feel like running through a mission with guns blazing to get your objective complete.

-Edit I got a little over zealous here, I was thinking of Watch Dogs.

#8 Posted by rabakill (692 posts) -

I already beat Borderlands 2 and sleeping dogs

#9 Posted by Blutfahne (275 posts) -

Mount and Blade Warband

#10 Posted by harry_james_pot (10905 posts) -

Dead Island.

#11 Posted by couly (5822 posts) -

Wolfenstein New Order is good

#12 Edited by RossRichard (2393 posts) -

Kingdoms of Amalur. It has no multiplayer, and the graphics are pretty WoWish (more like Fable), but it is worth trying if you never played it. You can get it for pretty cheap these days, too.

#13 Posted by Bikouchu35 (7451 posts) -

@devnon06 said:

@blutfahne said:

Try Sleeping Dogs it's pretty awesome.

+1

I don't get the Sleeping Dogs bashing that is going around. I was listening to slacker, and a station DJ on one of their adverts was talking smack on the game because of the no shadows in front of car headlights.

Good story and an awesome twist on GTA type games... sometimes you just don't feel like running through a mission with guns blazing to get your objective complete.

-Edit I got a little over zealous here, I was thinking of Watch Dogs.

Ehh watch dogs felt overhyped. I'm thinking part 2 will be better kind of reminds me AC1 it doesn't know what it wants to be yet with its gameplay.

#14 Posted by Pro_crysis (4 posts) -

Divinity: Original Sin! and I can share the place where I've bought at very nice price - http://www.buygamecode.com/buy-divinity-original-sin-pc-steam-key

#15 Posted by SuDDi42 (9 posts) -

Red Faction Guerilla comes to mind. Open world, upgrades, interesting gameplay and destruction and somewhat colourful, although you won't find lush and green forests on Mars... There is multiplayer but I imagine it would be hard to find any games running.

#16 Posted by enzyme36 (1573 posts) -

Rogue Legacy fits all those criteria... except for lack of multiplayer, this game will solve the 'cant find one that is fun' problem

#17 Posted by Gogoplexiorayo2 (156 posts) -

I have only played two games from 2014. And i like them both. Wolfenstein The New Order and Watch Dogs are both good games.

#18 Edited by spaceninja818 (424 posts) -

Far Cry 3 if you don't mind shooters.