I just got myself a windows XP laptop (newer i5 laptop running xp) setup to play some old XP games. XP pinball and minesweeper are not half bad.
i played about 45mins and didn't really get into it at all. though it definitely looks cool, i really didn't get the same immersion feeling either. a couple weeks before i had played a bit of 2077 and Last Light just to get a bit back into it again and i still enjoy those quite a bit more.Curious as to what you think of Metro Exodus? It was mostly a let down for me. 2033 and Last Light had more immersion and better battles IMO, plus Exodus is pretty buggy.
i was a little concerned when i saw the reports of it accessing steam files and other user information. they claim they are only collecting data for existing "friend" lists to add to your account. similar to when apps connect to your contacts lists, supposedly to make it easier to connect to your friends. though this is more than likely bs. even if it's not, i don't want to be auto-added to any program's "lists" just because a friend of mine installed their software....I too have seen the many reports of privacy issues with Epic Games Launcher. They're only response to it accessing your Steam account has been only if you link Steam games to your account...
Don’t know how much hate I’m going to get, but I play Fortnite 🤦🏼♂️ Minecraft atm due to zero skillWhat game have you been playing recently? How did you find the experience of playing said game?
Any games you looking forward to? Why are you looking at those games?
Lately I've been playing Transistor which is pretty amazing - I would give it GOTY for the refreshing gameplay experience. I played some Always Sometimes Monsters which was pretty terrible to be perfectly honest - it felt like a horrible cheap shot RPG that punishes every choice you make unrealistically. I've just started to play Divinity and like every other RPG I haven't got my head around to how it works yet.
Right now I have my eyes set on Dragon Age: Inquisition - it's made by EA, so I'll be buying it after release . Star Citizen looks pretty cool, but I'm not particularly interested in space sims - just the potential to advance PC graphics sounds amazing. I will very likely buy Sims 4 -> just for character creation (I'm a girl, after all). I haven't played Assassin's Creed, but the latest installment looks pretty neat with the co-op aspect.
How about the rest of you?
Yessir, but I will try that one after I finished playing the skyrim that I made with my own choices of mods (400+ so far)There are some awesome Skyrim mods. It can absolutely be a different game when you're done. Have you seen Enderal?
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Only played vanilla on the fallout games. Might mod soon.I haven't played since the Special Edition was released but I modded the base game a few times. I'm sure it's better now since the SE is 64bit. The main problem the original had was it could only use about 3GB of RAM due to being 32bit. Once you installed an ENB and a few dozen mods it could get problematic. They've probably got a stable script extender now and are done with game patches. I need to take a look.
Also want to do Fallout 4 at some point. They were still doing game patches last I looked and those broke the script extender. I've done Fallout 3 and New Vegas.
Same fam. Started with Morrowind also. Damn those were the timesI've been an Elder Scrolls fan since Morrowind came as a showcase title with a GeForce Ti 4600 back in 2002. I preordered both Oblivion and Skyrim. I'll preorder TES 5. Not a fan of online only games so I haven't played TES Online.