I have played Dragon Age and liked don't know how far i played though it but one day i just stopped and never picked it back up.
I went ahead and got ME2 since I did enjoy ME so ill see how that will go
Totes McTurner;5462527Mass Effect wasn't an FPS.
Technically its third person but still most of the action in the game is just shooting. I'd call it a RPG-shooter. Its true though, most long games are not FPS, they are either RPG or strategy.
Could always try either Metro 2033 or Mirror's Edge if you haven't played those already.
jimbo_0002;5461786I need a new good long pc game to play that will keep me hooked and wanting to play, Im mainly an fps player but fps nowa days it is a 4 hour sp and the rest is mp, Recently Ive played fallout new vegas loved it but was about 20 hours worth and the ending wasnt all that great. I don't mind strategy games but mostly get bored after a few missions. Anyway I need something that will entertain me any ideas?
Borderlands is really long, the shooting is amazing. It's just so good...
Red Dead Redemption if you've stooped to buying a 360 or PS3.
Played Mirrors edge and loved it, Metro 2033 didnt grab me to much it looked to linear.
Borderlands bored my after a few days just the same tasks over and over go collect this, go kill 5 of this and just couldnt hack it.
@Omen, I did stoop after Christmas and got a PS3 for the sole reason to play Red Dead and I have completed that 100% it was about 2 solid days of playing spread of a weeks which was good.
I may be classed as a picky gamer but being a poor student I don't have very much of a games budget I like to choose wisely.
Am now currently played ME2 only gripe so far is the assault rifle just doesnt fire like I think it just seems so inaccurate which leads me switching to sniper rifle or pistol all the time
Games that are primarily RPG based usually don't have good combat systems in them. I haven't actually tried ME2. It's been talked about many times whether ME2 is actually more shooter than ME1 was, which bored me to tears with all it's RPG character interaction. Quite frankly I'm surprised someone that prefers the intense action of an FPS would even like ME1.
The more responses I read about ME2 it seemed mixed between those whom claim it's more shooter now, and those whom say it still has tons of character interaction time. Maybe I'll get around to trying it when there's a lull between releases and I'm bored, but right now with Dead Space 2 and over a half dozen titles I'm catching up on which wouldn't play on my previous rig, I'm too busy with other stuff.