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TyGuy

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So far i've purchased:
Hitman season 1
Shadow Warrior 2
Dishonored 2
Valiant Hearts: the great war
hotline miami 2
quantum break (it was on sale before steam sale)
metal gear rising
 

Jack Brickman

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So far i've purchased:
Hitman season 1
Shadow Warrior 2
Dishonored 2
Valiant Hearts: the great war
hotline miami 2
quantum break (it was on sale before steam sale)
metal gear rising

You'll never play half of those.
 

gourimoko

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So far i've purchased:
Hitman season 1
Shadow Warrior 2
Dishonored 2
Valiant Hearts: the great war
hotline miami 2
quantum break (it was on sale before steam sale)
metal gear rising

Think I'm getting Hitman myself...
 

NtG

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Got:
$8 Dead Space & Dead Space 2
$4 Shadow Of Mordor
$3 Transistor
$10 Ori and the Blind Forest

Games from my library that I still need to finish:
Metro Last Light Redux
Dark Souls 3
KOTOR
 

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State of Decay 2 is coming out soon.

Should be a good zombie multiplayer game.
 

The Human Q-Tip

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For someone who already is cheap when it comes to games, this is a chance to go even cheaper. However, made the mistake of getting Call of Cthlulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth. Buggy beyond belief.
 

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For someone who already is cheap when it comes to games, this is a chance to go even cheaper. However, made the mistake of getting Call of Cthlulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth. Buggy beyond belief.

We've all made some mistake purchases. The more painful ones were when you're were a kid and you spent your limited money on a turd. You did everything you could to try and convince yourself the game is good.
 

The Human Q-Tip

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We've all made some mistake purchases. The more painful ones were when you're were a kid and you spent your limited money on a turd. You did everything you could to try and convince yourself the game is good.

That's one reason why I never buy new games. Don't do much multiplayer, and it's much easier to determine the gems from the garbage if you wait. Cthulhu only cost me $5, but I still had to find a patch, etc..

Really wish someone would make a decent Cthulhu game.
 

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That's one reason why I never buy new games. Don't do much multiplayer, and it's much easier to determine the gems from the garbage if you wait. Cthulhu only cost me $5, but I still had to find a patch, etc..

Really wish someone would make a decent Cthulhu game.

Should have read the Steam reviews. A ton of them complain about the fact that the game doesn't work well on modern systems.

That said, there's probably someone out there who made a patch for the game so that it can run on modern systems.
 

Jack Brickman

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Also, anyone here who hasn't played it needs to buy and play Portal 2. One of the greatest games ever made, and some of the best voice-acting I've ever heard in a game as well.
 

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Is Quantum Break anything like Alan Wake?

Not really, more action heavy. It does use physics and time manipulation as some main plot points. Also at the end of each chapter you get a choice then based on the choice you made you'll get a 10-20 minute TV episode which they used some pretty decent actors for believe it or not.

It's an interesting concept imo
 

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Also, anyone here who hasn't played it needs to buy and play Portal 2. One of the greatest games ever made, and some of the best voice-acting I've ever heard in a game as well.

Puzzle shit just doesnt appeal to me.
 

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