Microsoft SolitaireWhat 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?
One of the best games ever made if you don't got a discrete graphics card in your pc, I'd still play it as well.Microsoft Solitaire
Doom Eternal is going to take some getting used to.
Need for Speed franchise.
After NFS 2015, every nfs game after it didnt have "that"feeling.When the original Need for Speed was released for PC my rig wasn't strong enough to run it. A buddy of mine had a system that would. I would go over there and play the hell out of it every chance I got which obviously wasn't such a cool thing to do to friend. I ended up doing a rent to buy thing with a system to see if it would run it, and then paid it off for WELL more than it was worth. To this day I still enjoy NFS.
I do agree with you to say that Forza blew it out of the water.
Porsche Unleashed was in that same PS1 era as NFS High Stakes if i remember correctly, truly the golden era for nfs games. NFS high stakes, alongside other cool cars, had both AMG CLK GTR and McLaren F1 GTR Longtail, and one orange V8 Hot-Rod, cant remember its name, it was the coolest thing to drive though, were one of my favourite cars to this day, i remember having a 30 minute debate over which one i should drive xD. I remember Porsche 911's being OP as Cop cars in that game, also Corvettes. And the thrill of the chase was just different back then. The closest "modern" thing to it for me is NFS Rivals, my person favourite, cops are just ruthless in fhat game. Someday in my life, i will probably buy a PS1, and a couple of those older NFS games and have a beautiful nostalgic experience. AND THOSE SAVE CARDS YOU HAD TO PLUG IN THE PS1 OMG. I always forgot to put them in a my progress was never saved xD, but i still kept playing over and over again. Games dont make you feel that anymore, that feeling when you just HAVE to play the game, doesnt matter if your progress is saved or if you have to start again. Same story with GTA San Andreas, and NFS MW 2005, you just had no problem playing the story mode again for the 30th time, because you know it will be a awesome experience.Only NFS I liked was Porsche Unleashed. It was also last one made by original team that started the series, and it was obvious right away when the next one came out as cars just didn't feel right.
Every car in this game felt different. And it had Every Porsche car up until its release date
I had it on pc too, still have disc amongst many other games in a cd wallet. Most of them likely have 16bit installers. Unless have retro / vm i don't think you can install any other way on 64bit os?