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#1  Edited By warcat777
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"Big" games? "Nothing to play?"

Uh... sure, I hate it when that happens

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1. Gameplay

2. Story

3. General atmosphere

4. Controls

5. Accessibility (how much can I control how the game looks and plays with options)

graphics is the least important aspect I could think of

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I was just about to ask about that here... it's like, I'm 31 years old, this is gonna hurt my eyes, bro... "Oh cool, I see shiny lines on my walls whenever I look away from the screen, that's great"
hashtag make the theme great again

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Horror/Fantasy movie called Jinn (2014). Most people hated it, I was pleasantly surprised and entertained by it. 6/10 imho.

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#6  Edited By warcat777

Got a little tired of Skyrim, which I played for like 80 hours over the holidays. So I got Hollow Knight on GOG and absolutely love it. Also reinstalled Fallout 4.

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#7  Edited By warcat777

I have plenty of favorites from that era.

2011: Deus Ex - Human Revolution, Dungeons of Dredmor, Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim, Dark Souls, Saints Row - The Third, Bastion

2012: Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Hotline Miami, Dishonored, Sleeping Dogs, Borderlands 2, Kingdoms of Amalur - Reckoning, Fire Emblem - Awakening, Journey, X-Com - Enemy Unknown

2013: Payday 2, Papers Please, The Last of Us, Outlast, Far Cry 3 - Blood Dragon, Gunpoint, Guacamelee, Don't Starve, Retro City Rampage, The Wolf Among Us

2014: Shovel Knight, Alien: Isolation, Watch Dogs, The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth

2015: Fallout 4, Undertale, Rusty Lake Hotel

2016: Starbound, Stardew Valley

2017: Pixel Privateers, Night in the Woods

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Holy shit, Darklands. So, if my post of Planescape Torment isn't enough. Yes, I like reading in general. I generally make an effort to read lore and stuff, to try and get more into the game. In some games, that stuff is just boring or seems generic, and that dampens my enjoyment of the game (Spellforce, Torchlight, League of Legends). And if it's good, it enhances my enjoyment (Mass Effect, Darklands, Dungeons of Dredmor).

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Didn't read the entire post. But some games I beat this year that I really enjoyed were Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove, Hitman: Absolution, Batman: Arkham Asylum, The Witcher, Rainbow Six: Raven Shield, Fallout 4, Red Faction: Guerilla and Half-Life: Source.

Most of the time I don't play current games anyway, because I find them too expensive. I didn't even buy Fallout 4 when it was new, even though that's one of my favorite series of games. Sometimes I buy new indie games at a lower price, but only if I feel they're worth it.

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