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I said I would say no more on the matter to prevent the seeds of discord from spreading their vines in this group. But as you continue to press the issue I feel inclined to speak up. I feel I must speak out about this constant talk of you being a Vulcan, I am skeptical of that fact. All I'm seeing is someone who is using the guise of a Vulcan to attack peoples opinions, preferences, and to make yourself superior to us all. This is all just my humble opinion, in the interest of keeping the peace, apologies if I offended the most noble Spock.
Now you're playing with power!
Volt, If you don't accept that I'm a member of the Vulcan species, at least accept that I am a ''Vulcan'' in the sense that I enjoy dissecting all sorts of things in order to find out what makes them what they are. Don't take my criticisms of video games personally. People's opinions are very important to me, as are their preferences; it may not make very much sense to you (mostly because I'm not explaining why), but I am most certainly telling the truth. Talking about these sorts of things makes me a happy person. If I've really offended any of you, my good Christian friends on GIO, please forgive me.
I can accept that. I do not take your criticisms of games personally, when did I ever give that impression? It just felt to me as though you were putting yourself above the rest of us. But I tend to perceive thing that aren't really there. It makes perfect sense to me, there is no need to explain why, I'm not as ignorant as I look haha. No hard feelings at all. Sorry if I stepped out of line with my earlier comment.
Then I guess we're a happy little family again. Thank you for understanding.
Never though otherwise.
So anyone have any other suggestions on what games I should try? I trust all your opinions more than just some random reviewer on the internet.
Let's see... what are your favorite genres? What are the top three games you play the most?
Well, I like most genres aside from horror and puzzles, the genres that I tend to gravitate towards the most though would be RTS, RPGs and first-person, not necessarily shooters though. That's a tough question, I haven't been playing as much as I used to, lately I've been sinking a lot of time into Skyrim, Mount and Blade: Warband, and Supreme Commander.
You play Mount and Blade? Not many people do, but the ones who've experienced it usually like it a lot. Well, if you've played Half-Life, you simply must play Portal (both of them). If you already have, then I'd venture to say you're pretty well off.
@Volt YES. Play Portal 1 & 2 now if you haven't already.
Tuesday I got the Street Fighter 25th Anniversary collection, and today I got The Walking Dead Compendium One. I'm glad I was able to get enough money for the Street Fighter Collection. I've started reading the comics for the first time, but I'm trying to ration out the time I spend with it. I want the book to last a while.
One died in India. Three was tracked down in Brazil. I am the only one left. I am The Second Musketeer
Yes, I play Mount and Blade, it's a very good game, one of my favorites, sad that not many people play it. So much re-playability and some very good mods. Has anyone here besides me experienced it? Half-Life 2 and both Portals are on my backlog of games to buy. I've played them all at a friends before, but I have yet to get my own copies.
Get on it, human. Your livelihood depends on it.
(I've seen numerous gameplay videos for Mount and Blade, and found it very interesting; most of the comments, however, weren't receptive... besides the ones vigorously stating its excellence.)
I'd better get on it then! Haha
(Well, you can always try the demo for free, of course you don't get the full experience, but you have complete freedom until you reach level five. It really has a great modding community, if there's anything you feel could be improved, chances are someone's already improved it. I guess it's sort of a niche game, it has a good fan base, just not a very big one.)
I only wish I had a high-end PC. Or even a low-end PC....
Yeah, I use my family's Dell computer. It won't run Crysis 2 but its get the job done on the indie games I get from the Humble Bundles.
I completely understand where you guys are coming from, I was in the same predicament until earlier this year. Though my PC is by no means high-end, I can still play Skyrim on high with the high resolution texture pack.