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FireStormz

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#1 9 years ago

Basically, I'm bored. Its the school holidays, and all the games i have i've played til i can play them no more, Assassins creed 2 kept me entertained for maybe 2 days. Pretty much looking for any game with good replayability, sandbox is good but i'm not too fussed, RPG's are good.

Heres a rough list of games i have already Dragon Age Origins Mass Effect 1/2 AC2 Fallout 3 Oblivion Mount and blade Bioshock GTA4

uhh thats off the top of my head lol

Thanks guys




dinosaurJR

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#2 9 years ago

Check out STALKER Shadow Of Chernobyl Then add the STALKER 2009 complete V.1.4.4 mod You end up with a graphically breathtaking open ended FPS/RPG... I highly recommend it.

Also Check out Borderlands - much the same as STALKER SoC, but more stylish and a little more... dare I say it... fun...




gravy666

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#3 9 years ago

Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is pretty good. The singleplayer in particular is significantly improved.




Ensign Riles VIP Member

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#4 9 years ago

If you like sandbox editors that are easy and fun to use, Operation Flashpoint and the ARMA series are a lot of fun to fool around with. No shortage of custom content either.

If you like Oblivion, Morrowind is a lot of fun. I'd even say the story is better.

For Bioshock, System Shock 2 is a lot of fun. It's considered the spiritual predecessor.




Ryojin

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#5 9 years ago

I've always gone to Doom when bored. Yeah, the original 1993 Doom. Most people here wouldn't bother with it because it isn't graphically advanced, or simply because it was made in the early 90's, but it really is a fun and challenging game (Don't believe that it is challenging? Try beating it on Nightmare mode, all 27 levels, 36 if you have Ultimate Doom), and the amount of mods out there for it are insane, more than any other game that I know of.

For RPGs, I've stuck with the FF and Star Ocean series. Star Ocean seems to have a bit more replay value, though...

I've always enjoyed STALKER, but I dunno about it's replay value, as I never got around to beating the game.

Uhhh... I can't really think of anything else right now, but I did JUST wake up, so I am a bit tired still... I'll post again if anything comes to mind.


Disclaimer: Personal opinions still not endorsed by Ryojin.



SGJJ

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#6 9 years ago

It's an old game, but Counter-Strike: Source keeps me entertained constantly. There are so many mods for it that I'm always having fun! Other than that you could try Fallout 3 or older games like Rainbow Six.




SuperSmeg

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#7 9 years ago

Crysis, if your PC can handle it. :p




superwierdo024

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#8 9 years ago

in PC

try:

- Dota all stars - Hon - Wonder king online - Atlantica online - World of Warcraft - Perfect World

in Console

try:

- God of War 3 - Dante's Inferno - Gears of War - Splinter Cell




Bubbleteatroopa

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#9 9 years ago

Well, something that always makes me happy and gets me un bored is half life 2. So many mods out there for that (that are pro quality) you never get bored.

Some games I enjoy playing

-lost planet extreme condition -battlefield 2 -AVP 3 -Star Wars Battlefront 2 -Garrys mod

I highly reccomend Garrys Mod. NEVER gets boring. NEVER EVER EVER!




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#10 9 years ago
Ensign Riles;5296072If you like sandbox editors that are easy and fun to use, Operation Flashpoint and the ARMA series are a lot of fun to fool around with. No shortage of custom content either. If you like Oblivion, Morrowind is a lot of fun. I'd even say the story is better. For Bioshock, System Shock 2 is a lot of fun. It's considered the spiritual predecessor.

I'm sorry, but "Easy and fun to use" and "ARMA" or "Operation Flashpoint" DO NOT go together in the same sentence. Metro 2033.