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#1 Posted by buttle826 (117 posts) -

I mean, how much do you use your Netflix account? That's what would be the make or break for me. If you're using it only occasionally, go for HBO GO, but if you're expecting to use it every day, you're going to exhaust HBO Go pretty quickly (I would imagine).

@marcsman said:

Game of Thrones.

Nuff said...................

However, this is a pretty compelling argument

#2 Posted by buttle826 (117 posts) -

Curious Village for sure. That game oozes with charm in a way that none of the other ones managed to match (in my personal opinion). I bet you'd be able to get it for dirt cheap now too.

But honestly, it probably doesn't matter. There's a little bit of continuation in the story, but you won't be lost if you jump in at the later ones. If Miracle Mask is the one you can get most easily, then get that one, and pick up the rest later

#3 Posted by buttle826 (117 posts) -

@threeeyedsloth: If you like Shut up & Sit Down's podcast, then you should check out their videos on their website. Same bizarre sense of humor in video form. Plus, it helps to actually see the game they're talking about since IMO the aesthetics is half of the appeal of most board games.

#4 Edited by buttle826 (117 posts) -

I'm going into my 3rd year of college, and yeah, I don't play games anymore really. I play maybe an hour a week, and that's being kind of generous actually. Personally, none of the games that are coming out interest me enough for me to dedicate the little free time I have to play them, with the exception of a few indie games. It kinda bums me out, but at the same time, I'm doing more productive things with my days off now, like working on personal projects, seeing friends, or even developing my own games.

#5 Edited by buttle826 (117 posts) -

Thanks everyone! You guys were a great help!

Also, I hope I didn't spoil a game for anyone. I hoped that listing the games mentioned would keep people from seeing things they didn't want to see. Still, my bad! I should have been more explicit about warning you guys

#6 Posted by buttle826 (117 posts) -

@jrinswand: Yea, I was thinking about putting a spoiler warning in there, but these games are kinda old, I didn't think it was an issue.

Sorry if I spoiled something, but thanks for helping out!

#7 Posted by buttle826 (117 posts) -

@aykay_47: For sure. Especially with how poorly it plays out in Infamous

Thanks for taking the time to respond, though!

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#10 Edited by buttle826 (117 posts) -

@pyromagnestir: Yeah, I know what you mean. Personally, for me it could range from just a few hours to 10 or 15. I just wanted to get a general feeling of how familiar my respondents were with video game tropes.

Thanks for responding!