easy choice, 5 games i love over 100 that are kinda good. It's why I don't play a ton of new games much, almost always go back to older games I liked in the past.
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Ys Origin, Ys 1, Ys 3 & 4 Memories of Celceta (almost done, likely 95%)
Armed and Dangerous
Blades of Time
So my game list is pretty random. I'm trying to finish Fallout 4 still. I played more games than I listed here but this is the list of games I completely finished.
Sunset Overdrive, I didn't really think this game looked that great when I first saw it announced for the xbox one, ended up eventually playing it and really liked it. I'm a Saints Row fan and the game was similar to that in a lot of ways.
Another is Sims 4, the games got a lot of problems but I had no idea I'd still be playing it years after its release. The gameplay is often so bugged and broken half the time but the building has been expanded to be pretty powerful over the years. And the CAS is also very fun to use, and creating your own custom content is fun and easy to do if you put in a bit of time to learn some basics of Blender and Photoshop. I did get the game for free from Origin, but I think I would have eventually bought it.
Not sure how they'll be free to me though, i own the physical disc versions. So probably only people who bought it on steam could get it for free.
Sucks too cause I own several of each game. I own the xbox, ps2 and PC version of BR2 and also the xbox and PC version of the first game.
I love the game, especially the sequel, I'd buy it again without hesitation if the remaster is half decent.
Even made a Sims 4 version of Rayne fairly recently.
I wanted all the DKC games that came out on the Wii but I'll never get them. I don't want a console laying around just to play a few games.
It's like that with most nintendo games, there's a few I would like to buy but don't want hardware laying around just to play a couple games.
@Jag85: Yeah it wouldn't hurt to check it out again when you have time.
The most important and useful change they did was they finally converted the game to 64 bit, performance is really good now if you have a decent PC. My FPS went from the 20-30 range in crowded areas to well over 120-160fps and I'm just using a 7+ year old 4770k i7 and a gtx 1080.
Basically the game can use over 3 threads now, I saw it using all 8 of my threads which explains the great performance.
My favourite RPGs:
Morrowwind/Oblivion/Skyrim, Ultima 7, Jagged Alliance 1&2, Gauntlet Dark Legacy, Final Fantasy 4, Fallout, Chrono Trigger & Chrono Cross
Also, the Divinity series like Original Sin but also the older isometric ones. I started playing Divine Divinity a while back, need to finish it off sometime.
@Jag85: Yeah TERA was a good game, I don't play it that much now, it kinda went too P2W for my liking, but I still casually log in just to relax.
Remember if you played on the North American server.... EME has shut down (as of Nov 9th), and Gameforge has taken over. You only have until December 18th, 2020 to migrate your account or it will be lost forever.
i think the refreshes and the newer lines of the 3000 gpus are going to have 16gb of ram. Im glad these were sold out after all and can buy the better versions of them later. Wasn't there going to be a 16 gb version of the 3070?
The developers have done a lot with this game and never charged for the extra content... its weird because when you look at other games like the Sims 4, they charge you for literally everything, every shitty little gamepack/stuffpack/expansion they charge you for, you get nothing at all for your loyalty to the game, just ignored.