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1 year ago#1
lately?

They've just been unappealing to me as of late, can't hold my attention. I like RPG mainly, but also FPS games. The last game I played was Baldur's Gate EE last summer.


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1 year ago#2
I would recommend trying a genre you really haven't before. Maybe something really "gamey" like a shmup.
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1 year ago#3
To The Moon catched mine, And Deponia.
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1 year ago#4
Just some random games I couldnt put down once I started:

Castle Crashers, Persona 3/4, Bioshock 1/2, Resident Evil 4, Dead Space 1/2/Mobile, Tales of Symphonia
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1 year ago#5
ace attorney series
burnout paradise.... i dont see how anyone cant be sucked into this game for days
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1 year ago#6
aak57 posted...
I would recommend trying a genre you really haven't before. Maybe something really "gamey" like a shmup.


this

play something like Radiant Silvergun or Ikaruga, there's something about shmups that makes them easy to get into, obviously very hard to master, and they require full concentration at all times and give constant assault on the senses

oldskool platform games (anything by Treasure) and side-scrolling beat em ups can also fit the bill
1 year ago#7
Serena on Steam
Datajack on Desura
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1 year ago#8
I go through phases like that every few years or so. Usually I just take a couple of weeks of reading books and watching TV and movies, and afterward find myself enjoying the games again. Just for the record, Iain M. Banks and his Culture novels are awesome if you're into sci-fi.
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1 year ago#10
mindjack f*** yeah!
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