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#1  Edited By IcyToasters
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@sirkibble2
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@BranKetra: Don't have time to commit to clans anymore.

I've seen some people around Gamespot (or you could try something like Reddit or another website?) to organize a few people to log onto games at the same time and play together. Maybe something like that?

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#2  Edited By IcyToasters
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From the bit I've played, No More Room in Hell can lead to a bit of teamwork. I've found that even if a chunk of your team runs off and gets eaten by zombies, you can still be functional when there's only a couple of you working together.

Project Reality is based around working in a team. Sometimes teamwork on the Insurgent side in the Insurgency game mode is under used, but it doesn't break the game or the mode. It might not be what you're looking for but for teamwork I think it's best I've played :]

*edit: Teamwork is a big main part of Project Reality, so you don't need to worry about being a part of a clan or anything to have it.

For faster paces games though I haven't played team work-y ones lately! A few years back Day of Defeat: Source and Battlefield 2 led to teamwork semi-often.

Natural Selection 2 looks like a recent fast paced game that used lots of teamwork, but I haven't played it.

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#3  Edited By IcyToasters
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@Arthas045 said:

I think if you get the official Microsoft brand its just plug and play. I know you can get 3rd party ones on Amazon and some reviews talk about people having issues with drivers.

I have the wired Xbox 360 controller and it comes with a disk for drivers (for Windows). I'm not sure, but you could probably get it working without the disk (by downloading the drivers [Microsoft's site probably has them], or by using another controller program). But the disk only takes a few seconds to install the drivers!

I'd like to try the Dual Shock 4's D-pad for sidescrolling games some time. Played Call of Duty with a friend and it seemed pretty good for that.

I'd like to get more controllers for computers eventually so there's that one and the Steam controller that I'm thinking about.

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Unepic says its influenced by roguelike games. The demo is pretty long so you could try it to see if you like it (your progress is saved; if you buy the full game you keep going from where you ended the demo). I liked it.

Volgarr the Viking might be another one. I think its more supposed to take after just older sidescrolling games in general though. Its got challenging but fair difficulty. When your character dies, you get sent back to the beginning of the area.

Both of those are the type that you do a little planning before you move so you don't lose.

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#5  Edited By IcyToasters
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most of my best-liked games are singleplayer shooters!

I have a few very-liked multiplayer ones too, but more favourites are singleplayer.

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#6  Edited By IcyToasters
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do they have to be released in 2013?
I'll do the ones that I played (some I started before 2013)!

- Arma 3

- Prey

- Project Reality

- Far Cry 3

Runner ups (I like but have "but,"s): No More Room in Hell, The Witcher 2

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I'll be especially sparse for the time being. Lots of work to be doingg ):

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It has squad members, commanders, and a bunch of gameplay tweeks. If you weren't that into BF3 then I doubt you'll be that interested in BF4, but for people who has invested a lot of time in BF3, then the imporvements are a great deal.  

klusps

I played Battlefield 3 for like 140 hours and it just seems disappointing how similar the game is to Battlefield 3. But I haven't played the beta, and I think my interest in multiplayer shooters has changed / stayed behind what Battlefield is like now (and bitterness for the Premium thing :c ). So partly an issue with me!

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HI
how are you guyss? 

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#10 IcyToasters
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Project Reality c:

I will watch for Aer and Eden Star from the first post, tooo. I hadn't seen those ones.