What Game Are You Playing Right Now?

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  1. Paladin_girl

    Paladin_girl Between the Chapters of a Dream Staff Member

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    We didn't have one of these? Huh.

    Have a thing.

    Also, Outlast is an evil, scream-inducing bastard.

    Ilikeit.
     
  2. themagus

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    Gunz, for years... Now I know why I like it - There are no doubts when playing.
    Rarely playing The secret World and Vindictus.

    I need to start play video games more often... Hate to leave those MMO clans...
     
  3. MercenaryOfPie

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    Working forever on Dark Souls.

    Just shy of 50 hours and I've barely made any progress.
     
  4. Paladin_girl

    Paladin_girl Between the Chapters of a Dream Staff Member

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    Replaying Dead Space 2, playing Pokemon X, a Suikoden game for the DS (>w<) and dragging my feet on Outlast because it's diabolical. Not Dark-Souls-Diabolical, but it's reaching that point.

    I can't ever hide under a bed again.
     
  5. Dolentrean

    Dolentrean Me

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    DEAD SPACE 2!! Beat it on Hardcore mode. DO IT! Its amazing and so worth it... Ahem... (Ilikedeadspace)

    I am currently playing Borderlands 2, Starcraft 2, Counter Strike GO, and FTL primarily... Well... those are what I played today, as least.
     
  6. Paladin_girl

    Paladin_girl Between the Chapters of a Dream Staff Member

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    I need to replay it sans-Hardcore. Which sucks. >.< It's stupidly-fun though. I still need to play the third game. I might have 'NOPE'D the fuck out of Outlast. The jump tactics are cruel. Like... bed-draggy cruel. *Cries*

    Realised that I drive like an old lady in Saint's Row 3. I've got the road rage down though. The Suikoden DS game is surprisingly good. o_O I mean, not Suikoden 2 good, but still.
     
  7. Nevermore

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    Replaying The Last of Us finally. Told myself right after I beat it I knew I'd play it again soon, then didn't. I'm proud of myself because there were a couple of areas I did poorly in last time and have since done well in this time around. I'm also really glad upgraded weapons and stats stick around for the next play through. I was hoping they would.
     
  8. Isa

    Isa Dovie'andi se tovya sagai

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    Skyrim: Always looking forward to ESO, my experience on the Beta just made my mouth water.
    Star wars the old republic: yes I'm a bit obsessed with the gameplay and the weekly events are always fun
    Sins of a solar empire: Really I just love any of the stuff from this company, Galactic Civilizations was amazing
     
  9. Paladin_girl

    Paladin_girl Between the Chapters of a Dream Staff Member

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    Bioshock's storylines shouldn't be allowed to make me cry.
     
  10. Lotheral

    Lotheral Resident Ghost

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    Finally getting down to play FF7 I've never played it before so yeah. I'll be back home in a few weeks and debating between Star Ocean the last hope or tales of vesperia.
     
  11. Katika

    Katika Moderator Staff Member

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    P1 and I just started Child of Light the other day. It works out well for us because:

    1. I love to play 2 player games BUT am too competitive to play anything that isn't co-op with him (I take it personally if he's beating me and get offended that he thinks I'm not good enough to beat him if he goes easy... Yes. I'm one of *those* people.)
    2. So far the story line is pretty dark, but interesting enough
    3. He's playing as the little girl (who does all of the "hard" stuff) and I just get to float around as the little ball guy, so it keeps my job easy enough that I don't get frustrated and quit (because when it comes to games, I really am a quitter ;) )
     
  12. themagus

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    I recently finished Wolfenstein - The New Order. Hell of a game and way more than I expected out of a Wolfenstein title and out of a shooter title. Bethesda did it's thing there. That said, I only played the first one in the series before this one. High quality stuff.

    Playing Diablo 2 again because I never beat it on Hell mode. It's devilish. Mini bosses damage is so high that my high vit sorceress die in a second from a rogue firing squad. I timed it, it's 1 second from the moment they appear on my screen. And I manage to get stun locked in that second. Ahh well, I'll get through it eventually.
     
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  13. themagus

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    I'm playing Silver nowadays. No biggie if you never heard about it, it's an old and lost gem. I haven't finished the game yet do to computer deaths and 'upgrade' to windows XP back in the day.

    Other than that, it's one of the best action rpgs in existence for for misic, light gameplay and... All the stuff that make a good game ageless. Recommended to anyone who didn't play it before, and if you did (I'll be surprised) - no spoilers!

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  14. Mygas

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    Just started The Legend of Dragoon this past weekend. Played it long time ago as a kid, nostalgia is quick with it.
     
  15. Nevermore

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    Pokemon Emerald - nuzlocke, and it sucks! I did fairly well on my fire red nuzlocke a while back but this time I just can't keep my Pokemon alive.

    If you don't know what a nuzlocke is, it's where you treat a fainted Pokemon as dead and have to release it. There's many other rules, but that's a big one. Normally I'm not a fan of purposefully playing a game in a more challenging way, but I actually enjoy the nuzlocke. I recommend it.