Community Choice: The Best PC Games

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Ah, I had the one with 2 sensors and loved it but I paid $600 at the time and couldn't justify the cost so took it back. Currently testing the Samsung Odyssey. Really nice system, graphics are great but tracking isn't as good since it doesn't use the external sensors.
 

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Yea I grabbed mine during a sale for around $400 then the additional sensor for $60. I thought of the Vive as the headset was better but I can't stand the controllers, the Touch controllers are so much better.
 

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Battletech has potential.

It will depend if it gets a balance pass, and also depends how anal Paradox is going to be to North American customers.
eg: Complaining customers are a hard concept for many socialist authoritarians in a business environment.
 
I've mostly been playing Ultima Online lately, but from here:http://ultima-shards.com/
The OSI/EA servers have the game so messed up, but the classic iterations were great. Character skills are fully customizable and if you aren't happy being a warrior, just set the skill to lower and train the one you want. Sometimes the original really is the best.
 

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That was a request for suggestions, not a vote :)

This is the actual vote and will decide which are the Community's best Simulator Games.
 

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Adventure rpg: Skyrim vr with mods,
Moba: Dota 2 (+4k hours and still not bored),
Strategy rpg: Divinity original sin 2

There are more, but no time to play them.
The new vermintide could get to the list
 
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