Call of Duty
day of defeat source
minecraft but not really since i dont know any cozy servers
other steam games too
I really like games on the Quake, GoldSRC, and Source engines. (I also enjoy tony hawk's pro skater 2-4)
My favorite game is quake, lately i've been playing Counter-Strike: Source. I used to play a LOT of tf2, but now its become shit and gives me ptsd long story.
I don't play any particular genre.
Playing to much dark souls right now, and playing amnesia for the first time.
I'm currently about to finish Guacamelee, started Thomas was Alone and playing a bit of SpaceChem and Revenge of the Titans every now and then. I think I'll play some Metroid game I haven't yet finished when I'm done with Guacamelee.
I like "immersive simulators" a lot (Thief, System Shock 2, Hardwar, Sir Deathboot Kicksalot) and first person games in general, mostly the singleplayer part, but I usually play all sorts of games except for strategy ones.
Your third screenshot I have been looking for that game for a while, thanks for reminding me the name
CS:GO, UT4, Star Citizen, Chivalry, Insurgency, and anything else that's free and fun.
I play too much CS:GO, I just want to defeat everyone.
Can anyone recommend me any good free isometric games I can run on linux?
Eathbound and F Zero. Planning to start either mother 3 or Final Fantasy VI next.
In the spirit of sushichan, I bought Sayonara Umihara Kawase on Steam. One of the most frustratingly cute games I have played, but I hear this port of the game looks bad in fullscreen. I'm playing on a 10 inch netbook screen atm, so I don't notice anything.>>35
I love TF2. Started playing it at launch, but now it just makes me mad. I was never good enough to play at a competitive level, but the pub servers have too many noobs I want to yell at. I still find the core game to be a good time, but I stay far away from it for my own health.
I have always been turned off of Minecraft by its community, too out there for me. Since switching to Linux recently I have been considering playing Minetest just for kicks though.
I played Source obsessively from my sophmore year of high school to my senior year. Great memories of that game and its community.
Pic related, the average russian CS pro
Try looking on gog . com, they have a pretty good selection. Psychonauts in particular was highly recommended to me, but I haven't had a chance to play it yet.
I've been a little addicted to E.Y.E. recently. too bad the community is a little on the nonexistent side
Civ 5 on epic time with the largest maps.
The Long Dark
I wish i spent more time on learning webdev than playing games…
Well I've got my desktop back. Umihara looks alright in 16:9 full screen.>>96>The Long Dark
I played this game a lot last winter. Some people say it's boring, but I never made it past 2-3 days without a wolf eating me. I even had a rifle once, but hesitated to shoot before he got me >.<
Anyways, I'm checking out this Undertale hype. Good game so far. It's giving me some JRPG bug, because now I want to play Trails in the Sky, and whatever other JRPG's are on Steam. I was going to pick up Phantasy Star II on Steam, but decided to just emulate it. Something about this game reminds me of Dragon Ball. The MC's armor is similar to that of saiyan armor.
I have a current save where I made it 26 days. I have missed every shot with the rifle and will soon starve. ive been attacked by 4 wolves and 1 bear. this game is hateful.
I spent like all of September playing that game.
On the playstation GOTY version, if you become a vampire you're stuck permanently without a cure, 'cause the scripts in the cure quest are bugged.
I had to play 7/10ths of the game as a vampire; it was super lame having to feed every 24 hours, and my cute character became fucking ugly so I had to wear a mask all the time.
Don't bother. It isn't anywhere near as fun as you think it is. Well, it is, for the first fifteen minutes…
>>61>System Shock 2
My old history teacher from way back when was actually part of the development for System Shock 2. He was credited as a "Special Thanks."
I'm playing yume nikki and undertale just now.
I've always wanted to play yume nikki. I used to love looking at the fan art, but was too dumb back then to find the game.>>110
I did and got bored after 5 minutes. I should have listened!
Just wondering - why do you guys seem to only play older games? I understand the market appears to be saturated with "easy money" cop outs, but there are plenty of newer games that offer really great experiences.
Anyway, back to the thread. I've been playing a ton of Touhou. I want to get better, but it's tough. I also checked out the new DLC for Don't Starve. It was pretty good.
I play older games because I like older games. 'Nuff said.
Works for me.
Also Sushi Roll why did you delete your post?
Because I was ranting my own frustration more than giving an actual opinion. Sorry!
Loved the new movie so much, went and started a Star Wars game. Went with KOTOR II, as it got a linux port this year. I originally played this on the Xbox, but wasn't thrilled about it since I thought it was supposed to be an action game.
I appreciate the game much more now, but dear god I've spent 2 hours on the tutorial level. Either I suck, or this game is going to occupy me for a long time.
It's also one of those games where you really want to talk and explore dialog options. Haven't felt that since Alpha Protocol.
New games are quite expensive in my country…and because of that, I don't quite feel a huge urge to run out and buy the newest game when I already have plenty of old games I've yet to play, or are classics.
Oh wow it looks completely different
I used to play a lot of video games when I was in high school, nowadays not so much. My roommates have an Xbox that they use, so sometimes I play with them. FIFA, Battlefield, that sort of stuff
Destroyed my wallet last night and got Skyrim with guns.
Made a 40 year old version of myself, Codsworth recognized my irl name, and the dog looks my dog irl. Best life simulator 2015.
I also tried out Bungie's old FPS Marathon 2 because I remember liking it on XBLA arcade a few years back. Great production value, poor gameplay.
Lastly tried out Blood again, which sadly requires DOSBOX to run. Fortunately the game is awesome.
After a couple weeks of play, I can't say I'm all that impressed with Fallout. It's not a bad game by any stretch, but I had a hard time caring about the world or the characters due to the dumbed down dialog. The graphics, gameplay, all that stuff is fine, and a big improvement over the previous 2 games, but I think they should have focused a little more on the actual role playing like New Vegas did.
The power armor is what keeps me going back. If anything they nailed that feeling, and it satisfies my weeby mech fetish to a great extent.
Evocreo on my phone. It's some Pokemon rip off with bad monster designs, but the game itself is okay I guess. zzz
Actually no, just save your money and emulate ruby/sapphire hacks.
I’ve put about 11 hours into Eurotruck simulator and its been fun. I want to try the muliplayer if anybody wants to play with me.
I never actually played the first CoD's.
I should do that one day. Even if they are outdated nowadays.
Every game up until Advanced Warfare used modified off springs of 2's engine, so the game doesn't feel dated at all.
It has a lot of problem on modern machines though. The FPS drops if you set it on anything other than the default resolution, and the multiplayer client needs some wizardry to get working.
It's basically like every other CoD except there is no sprint. The first CoD and CoD:UO are different cause no regen health. And vehicles. First CoD is weird man compared to what it became in CoD2.
Cod 4 was the first one i had (same time it came out), than i bought 1-3 and played thru the campaigns.
>>60> DOA (PS2)
Man that was a fun game.
I should buy it again, actually.
3 was console exclusive so I have no clue what went on with 3.
not very into games but play smite a lot, its like every other moba I guess but its 3rd person and all the abilities/auto attacks are skill shots, not lock in style(except for some specific abilities in some gods, only 3 or 4)
also, the gun isn't op anymore and rarely use
Ok so update..
I finally got Call of Duty 2's multiplayer working, and the FPS drop was because my old card was crap.
One of the few active US servers is a 40 man CTF on Tunisia. So yeah, it's pretty much terrible.
I also started playing 4 online, and it's the same deal. Nothing but 50 man deathmatch servers. I'm fine with large scale war shooters, but Call of Duty really needs a 18 or 24 player cap. It's way too chaotic.
So to feed my need to frag, I started playing Heroes and Generals(WW2) and Nexon's new Ghost in the Shell game.
Heroes and Generals is very fun, but it's f2p and I'm wondering when I'll start noticing. Ghost in the Shell is going to be f2p I think, but you need a $5 key to get into early access atm. It's a slower paced Call of Duty clone that I wouldn't recommend to most people, but I had some decent fun with it. Lots of weeb usernames.
I'm sitting here at 3AM in my underwear fragging Russians with a Kar98 on Day of Defeat, and I've not felt this happy in a long time.
don't typically play games much anymore, when I do its mostly either FreeCol, FreeCiv, LinCity, Chess, or some other game. Big fan of FPS's, but usually play older games like STALKER, Deus Ex, System Shock 2, SWAT 4, Rainbow Six 3, and Soldier of Fortune 2 and stuff like that.
I can't believe I've never heard of these before now. Thanks!
I would be if it ran on XP … though I hear they might have fixed that now.
But then I still haven't finished playing all of the 2d Metroids anyway
Interesting to see people still running XP. Is it on a new system build, or did you hold on to your XP computer from years ago?
It's a laptop I've had for … over eight years now. Had to replace the power adapter a few times but since nothing's ever forced me to upgrade entirely I just kind of endured it. Not sure why I'm so frugal about it really.
I see.. well it's really a personal thing when it comes to buying new tech. It's not my daily driver, but the laptop I use is quite old now, and I don't see myself letting go of it until it's not able to browse the web on linux.
I only stopped using XP because I didn't know crap about computers back then to clean up my limewire viruses.
To get back on topic, I started playing this f2p Korean CS/Zombie game just for shits & giggles. I was going to uninstall it after one round, but ended up playing for 3 hours. I don't even know…
It does run on XP! And Wine too, I believe.
There's a demo version available at the developer's site, you could try it to see how it would run.
My laptop is 9 years old and doesn't achieve playable performance for the demo on wine.
I've had so much fun with DoD, one of my favorite games in years.. so I decided to get Team Fortress. Very odd game, I can't put my finger on it. But I've only played 2 rounds on the 24/7 Badlands server, so I need to assess it further…
I also started playing this Finnish cell phone game called Clash royale. Totally not my cup of tea since I hate these mass advertised money drains, but it's not as bad as I thought. Decent simple gameplay, quick matchmaking, no formal conversation with opponent, ect..