I want a game that'll last me quite a while. I have $100 to blow on a game(s). I want them to last a whule. --- Lancias are rally kings. No questions asked.
#2BeratingPosted 8/27/2014 8:01:45 PM
it helps if you name a few games you like
Just Cause 2 (huge open world, third person shooter) Assassins Creed - the Ezio Trilogy Metro 2033 & Metro First Light (FPS with decent length campaign)
^that's about 70-80 hours worth of gameplay for 60 bucks --- "...i put the most horrific porn i can find on the screen, which often is just women punching each other"
#3ComradeRyanPosted 8/27/2014 8:12:50 PM
I recommend purchasing Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition if you plan to utilize 2-4 player co-op. --- We must reverse Citizens United, Restore our Democracy, and Save the Republic. Join the Fight for Free and Fair Elections in America! http://www.wolf-pac.com
#4KillerKidnerPosted 8/28/2014 12:51:16 AM
Assassins Creed Heritage Collection
This contains 1, 2, Brotherhood, Revelations and 3. At over 20hrs per title, I'd say that should keep you busy. :)
This costs less than £30 in the UK, so you'd still have plenty of cash left over for something else if you wanted. --- Currently Playing: - TMHT IV: Turtles in Time - SNES, Pokemon: Leaf Green - GBA and F-Zero GX - GC
#5OverburdenedPosted 8/28/2014 1:40:26 AM
Skate 3 (I you like that kind of thing, I have 260hrs)
Fallout 3/Vagas (haven't played them, but hear they're long.
Mass Effect Trilogy (same as above) --- And suddenly Boom! Straight from your mamma's womb.
#6TyrianMolluskPosted 8/28/2014 12:14:13 PM
I find fighting and racing games to have the longest value (but note that I don't like FPS style games), because there a good game is a good game system, and if you enjoy one, you can enjoy it for ages.
Blur -- great racing game, not too sim, but not too arcadey, and smart weapons/powerups. Good offline play, good online play, and has a split-screen mode (but split screen has a huge flaw that makes it frustratingly inferior).
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and/or Soul Calibur 4 -- I like SC4 better personally, but TTT2 is undeniably enormous. Both are pretty cheap in stores. If you ever liked a 2d fighter, check out BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend and see the state art there. Another game with great play variety and long term play value.
Spelunky -- fun platformer-type game with a generated world each play.
#7Imn0tleB0W5kiPosted 8/28/2014 12:18:10 PM
Grab Far Cry 3 this week while it's on sale. I just started it yesterday but so far it appears to have a lot of content that will take a fair amount of time to finish. --- Blood makes us related, Loyalty makes us family.