Time to look for a game ? Any recommendations ?


Completed 40 ChallengesAchilion

May 21, 2018, 11:15:57 PM

One that won't end up in Tencent , Activision and all the other big corpos.



Completed 40 ChallengesDkodr

May 21, 2018, 11:28:57 PM

All the little drops end up in the ocean eventually.

Completed 13 Challenges1453R

May 22, 2018, 12:03:12 AM

Carve yourself a chess set. At this point I don't know if I even believe in indie developers anymore.

Completed 36 Challengeskolyaboo

May 22, 2018, 12:17:28 AM

Yeah, well nothing is a sure bet but I would say Grim Dawn, Wolcen, and the new game (only demo now) Last Epoch.

Completed 22 ChallengesFCK42

May 22, 2018, 4:29:53 AM

Game in general?
Terraria is pretty damn awesome. Totally different type of game but AFAIK still independant and still getting updates (albeit very infrequently).

Completed 20 Challengesdiablofdb

May 22, 2018, 6:35:21 AM

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FrankenZombie

May 25, 2018, 12:40:57 AM

Torchlight is good

Completed 19 Challengesfrenzul

May 25, 2018, 1:36:26 AM

Go outside. There's lots of fun sh1ts to do out there.

Completed 18 Challengeslagwin1980

May 25, 2018, 2:30:51 AM

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Completed 36 Challengeskolyaboo wrote:
Yeah, well nothing is a sure bet but I would say Grim Dawn, Wolcen, and the new game (only demo now) Last Epoch.


Any of those could end up under tencent who are apparently going for smaller game developers early and they don't care to much if they are competing games.

In fact you can pretty much bet that if it's doing well or looks like it will do well they'll be looking to take a chunk of it

Morkonan

May 26, 2018, 2:11:23 AM

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Completed 40 ChallengesAchilion wrote:
One that won't end up in Tencent , Activision and all the other big corpos.





Reinstall an older game, or one you haven't played, and play that.

Better yet, get an old game that has lots of mods out for it and install one of the higher-rated mods you haven't played.

CivIV, Sins of a Solar Empire, the Total War series, Star Wars: Empire at War, etc.. Sure, they're a different genre, but they have some great potential for roleplaying, action, fiddling with fiddly bits and min/maxing.

Terraria is a great game, as someone suggested. It's also got really good instant-feedback and such, so it'd fit right in with what an ARPG'er might like. There's also twenty-bajillion gig of mods out there for Skyrim that you haven't played, yet. There's some big stuff being worked on with "Beyond Skyrim" mods, too, if that's your thing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wB0Xw1LzEYM

There are also plenty of other free games out there, some of them truly "free" with nothing at all to even buy, much less anything you'd have to buy. (Mostly indie alpha/beta games, of course.)

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