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just keep trying to find great games maybe search on youtube best games (insert year here) but i have a whole bunch of favorite games 


games where you need to be sneaky thats my favorite are every assassin's creed game except for the 2 newest ones and batman games specifically origins or arkham knight


plat former celeste and a hat in time


co op multiplayer well it pretty much depends but ones i like the most are left 4 dead 2 and rec room so far


shooters i guess pretty much call of duty


metroidvainia games: castlevania aria of sorrow and dawn of sorrow and portrait of ruin (and bonus if you dont mind it being super hard plaus it having a few flaws from it being a true masterpiece hollow knight) 


relaxing games: slime rancher and perfect


games i dont really know the genre of: mirrors edge catalyst, darksiders (the first one), and legend of zelda (i dont really know which one but its probably twilight princess not breath of the wild because well its good at least the main quest but thats about it but twilight princess its great maybe even awesome)

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and oh yea Xenoblade Chronicles X i dont know if theres really a xenoblade chrnicles on wii but  Xenoblade Chronicles X im going to try to not spoil anything its on Wii U its super open world at least once you get to ride and fly these robot things called skell's and well its the most complex game i've played and practically the best one with a story dont try to rush it is my advice if anyone is going to play theres a level system and your level is important its almost everything i say the story is a materpiece  but everything else is ok or good or great and combat isnt that bad its pretty good also it has multiplayer even without mii verse (or whatever the thing to connect people was) you just need wifi and boom connected 

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My favourite game is probably Civilization III. I love the series, but IV lost some stuff, and then V and VI were considerable let downs personally.


I only generally play 4X and Grand Strategy games. Stellaris is great, and I enjoy many of the Total War series.


I did rack up a fair amount of game time on Oblivion a few years back, but then Skyrim came along, and again like the successors of the Civilization series was a let down.


I also enjoy Space Empires 5. I quite like games that are fairly easy to mod, as I often like to make a game my own (as I have done extensively with Civ III over the years).

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Hi all,


Civ 5 definitely. I try to actually play this morning and it keeping . I uninstall, and will try to re-install. Don't really have too much confidence that it will.


Any ideas would be appreciated


Thanks, Stephie

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Of the Civ series, I'm a fan of Civ IV, Beyond the Sword, even though it lost my favorite wonder (Leonardo's Workshop). And, I will show my age here. I also love the old Avalon Hill games Rise and Fall of the Third Reich and Squad Leader.

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@Marcie Jensen I do like Civ IV: Beyond the Sword. I own every Civ game from II to VI, as well as several of the offshoots. I also have most of the expansions and DLC's except for V's.


I have been playing a little bit of Beyond the Sword recently, but I prefer III due to it's much easier modding capabilities. I liked some of the stuff IV added, but it also lost some of the stuff I enjoyed about III.

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In honor of the announcement of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom I am here to formally announce my favorite game is Zelda: Breath of the Wild. And I wasn't even a fan of Zelda before I played that game!


I also would say it's a close tie with Super Metroid which I used to play every single year before my TV stopped accepting the inputs and got too far from the couch for the controllers to reach haha.

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22 hours ago, Interstella Burst said:

In honor of the announcement of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom I am here to formally announce my favorite game is Zelda: Breath of the Wild. And I wasn't even a fan of Zelda before I played that game!


I also would say it's a close tie with Super Metroid which I used to play every single year before my TV stopped accepting the inputs and got too far from the couch for the controllers to reach haha.


Definitely excellent choices there!


My usual default answer for favorite game is Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, pretty much everything about it. But to be honest, I don't think I could ever really narrow it down to just one, or even just a few. My gaming tastes are usually in the Indie realm, and also...well, the ones now considered "retro" (to me they were just videogames!) both on the PC (DOS) and console sides. Also, music games: mainly Rock Band, Project Diva and Beat Saber.

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Recently, I haven't been playing a lot of video games but there are always ones that make me feel nostalgic. Such as Minecraft, Mario Party, and other Wii games, Among Us, Undertale, and probably more games.

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I've had many favorites over the years.  My first was Ultima IV, which managed to pack a surprisingly vibrant (and large) world onto my 128k Apple IIc.  Star Control II was the next game to really capture my attention.  Both games managed to convey a story of surpising depth for a video game.


I had a brief affair with Total Annihilation. 4x games aren't usually my thing, but TA had a mod community that kept the game fresh for a few years.  As long as I played against the computer, my weak strategy wasn't a handicap.


Minecraft is my number one game, and is likely to stay that way, given how long it has held the top slot.  I loved Lego when I was a wee child, and Minecraft scratches that itch in a big way.  My daughter is always telling me that the things I build in survival mode are better than what she sees others making in creative mode.

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On 8/26/2014 at 2:16 PM, Guest wannabefem said:

Red orchestra 2 - heroes of Stalingrad

Really enjoy playing this on steam

oh wow, i havent played in ages but i love that game too

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I build arcade machines.  My current favorite is Space Duel.

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