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For me, it would either be Shadowrun for the Genesis. The open world, the job system, the murder mystery...it's all really good.

Or Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain for the PlayStation. The sequels were 3d action platformers. But the first one was a top down rpg and I want to say it was an open world as well. Not the best games, but some of my favorites

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Last night my son and I built a raspberry pi mini console for old school games. I have a bunch of rims that I've had for years. Problem is I need more and systems bios.

Is there a trustworthy site that I can get these rims and bios? Preferably one without about 10 download buttons per screen?

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Only played 6 games that came out in 2020 this year. So the top 6 of my list are games released this year. The bottom 4 are great games that I played for the first time this year and deserve a spot on my list.

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Huh, I got Monster Hunter with my last graphics card purchase. I'll check it out. But yeah that sounds like something I could get into

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#5  Edited By Chummy8

After putting 200 hours into Breakpoint, I think I'm done with it for now. But now I am looking for a game that will take its place on my hard drive. For a while that casual online game was taken by Warframe but I'm also burnt out on that too.

I just tried Red Dead online but I didn't like how it forced me to play with other people. I'm looking for a game that I can play solo or with others.

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Wow, I was thinking about playing RDR 2 again. But after hearing this, I might as well just replay the single player.

And the whole "Online is better with friends thing" is 100% true. But I don't have friends that play online (and I'm a bad online friend). So literally all of my online multiplayer is with randoms.

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My only experience playing a Rockstar game online is GTA 4 which was basically just a ffa deathmatch. But apparently there's careers and stuff in RDRR online?

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I want to say that Zombies had procedural levels (I'm not sure really) and weapons could be carried over into each one. You die, you start over. But it also had a password system so I'm not sure.

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The announcement of Demons Ate my Neighbors got me thinking. This new game is listed as a Rogue-like and my gut reaction is "Ugh, not another one. Guess I won't be playing this game too". But would you consider the original game - Zombies Ate My Neighbors a rogue-like? I know Toe Jam and Earl is a rogue-like. But what other 16-bit games would be considered rogue-likes?

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Thanks for the tips. But the way our basement is set up, I won't have trouble getting to an outlet.