Discussion in 'Computer Games and Consoles' started by DirtyD86, Mar 5, 2009.
You must have a beastly PC to play solitaire.
Isn't that what XEON's are for?
Screw that guy, I hear he kicks puppies and dumpster dives behind Chinese restaurants
These items sound suspiciously related..
Doing that is probably a lot more enjoyable than playing games on Intel Integrated... so...
That was a dark chapter I care not to relive....
I just learned last night that a new Mirror's Edge game was released this summer. Bought an Origin key on G2A for under $30 so now I'm playing that on and off.
Skyrim Special Edition. Got it for free since I had the Legendary Edition, although I've never even touched the DLC. Getting way more wrapped up in the game that I expected, and it looks amazing actually. Very clean and consistent graphics and the new lighting system changes the entire feel of the game. Runs great too, way better than Fallout 4 and looks better too. Running maxed at 1440p on my 390, usually 60 locked.
Just installed BF2142 last night from the Revive Project. Damn what memories! Haven't played that since 10 years ago! Still a game that holds up today.
Been playing a lot of rainbow six siege with friends recently. Great fun.
Fallout 4, Battlefield 1 and 4 mostly.
I was playing WoW again and having a blast with Legion til I got stuck with the loading screen issue and quit over it. They finally acknowledged it recently so hopefully they'll fix it soon.
I have been trying to get into BF1 but I find it very meh
Finally bought Witcher 3 during the Steam sale, got the GOTY edition. Really loving it so far!
Age of empires 2 HD edition on steam. One of the great RTS games out there.
I have a... ahem.... copy of Witcher 3 but I've never gotten myself into it. I feel like if I paid for it in a wholesome manner I'd actually be motivated to play it. Might give it a swing.
$30 for GOTY edition
I really tried to like Witcher 3 but SOO MANY CUTSCENES and they're so long... ugh... couldn't take it any more.
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