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Posted by Dima on 30.05.2014 at 18:19
I highly recommend this. Starts off slow but it gets good. http://adarkroom.doublespeakgames.com/



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Dima

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  01.08.2016 at 16:43
Civ V is too addicting ;-;
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FUCK Vietnam

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  05.08.2016 at 03:20
Anyone wants to play Fifa 09 with me online. By the way is it needed cash for playing Fifa easport online ?
Maco

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  05.08.2016 at 09:40
It's been a while since I've been sucked into a game. Been playing Danganronpa 2. Pretty fucking addictive, love the characters and the plot.
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IronAngel

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  19.08.2016 at 13:24
Playing Ocarina of Time, at Death Mountain heading for the temple, now. It is really interesting to experience these classics without any nostalgia and notice they are, to this day, excellent games. (Got Link to the Past, Windwaker and Majora's Mask on my list next, that's probably enough Zelda.) There are some annoyances, like aiming your ranged weapons with a controller is a fucking nuisance (dunno how much it's a matter of mapping N64 controls to an XBox controller, though) and some of the "secrets" are just random shit. Overall, though, the world and level design is great, the puzzles simple enough not to resort to cheating or memorizing everything you come across, but creative enough to give a joy of discovery. The combat is surprisingly solid for its age, I had expected much worse, and the boss design so far has been good. I wouldn't necessarily put it up there as the greatest game of all time, as many do, but it's a great game that stands the test of time.
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  19.08.2016 at 14:18
Written by IronAngel on 19.08.2016 at 13:24

Playing Ocarina of Time, at Death Mountain heading for the temple, now. It is really interesting to experience these classics without any nostalgia and notice they are, to this day, excellent games.


I had the same the same experience with Ocarina Of Time something like 7-8 years ago. No nostalgia involved, still loved the hell out of it. The Shadow Temple is probably one of the absolute greatest levels/areas in the history of video games. The water temple was an absolute nightmare however, almost made me quit the game. I spent more than 8 hours there and occasionally checked with walkthroughs. If it wasn't for that dreadful place, I might place OoT in my all time top 10 games.
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Maco

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  20.08.2016 at 02:01
Played again the first four Silent Hill games. All of them are classics, specially 2.
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IronAngel

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  21.08.2016 at 20:05
I've only played 2 and halfway through 3, even though I loved both. I guess I need to finish 3. The original I never attempted to get into, even though I've got the ISO for an emulator. Even though I normally have no problem with old games, even from the early 90s, somehow I've worried that the atmosphere wouldn't survive the emulation and passage of time. Maybe I'm wrong and really should play it.
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  22.08.2016 at 13:59
Deus Ex day tomorrow.
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The Shape 1973

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  22.08.2016 at 14:01
Written by whatsacow on 30.07.2016 at 07:53

Been playing Rainbow Six Siege since it's free on Steam this weekend. I like the game a lot, it's basically what I wish Counter Strike was. It's super tactical, fun, and really tense.

However, the game is really hard to love. To get this game to start I had to turn off UPnP which was annoying. Then I had to deal with fucking Uplay giving me an aneurysm. Seriously, how does it take an hour for my friends to receive a friend request? Not to mention the community can be pretty toxic. I had one dickhead repeatedly kill me and tell me to quit because I was useless... after he blew up the hostage twice.

Despite all of this I can't stop playing. It's pretty good.

Yeah, its a great game, but there is a lot of team killing, so tend to go lone wolf now. Shame really.
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  22.08.2016 at 18:42
Played No Man's Sky for a few hours. I kind of wish at this point I could do away with the resource gathering: find x amount of this to make x amounts of this which is required to make this. It's getting a bit tiresome. I just want to explore planets and looks at shit. Don't enjoy the aerial combat either. Sluggish as hell. I wish it would run a bit better too.
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