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Could someone suggest games that require some thinking.

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User Info: Brutal_Felix

3 years ago#11
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3 years ago#12
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3 years ago#13
Chess - -
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3 years ago#14
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User Info: temoorashraf

3 years ago#15
Riot55555 posted...

I play that from time to time, but it has waaaay too much RNG to consider a truly great strategic experience.

I know having a well constructed deck can make up for it, but getting screwed over by a bad draw or by any of the gimmicky legendaries makes it difficult to think of it as much more than an extremely fun game.
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User Info: pwnater777

3 years ago#16
jokujokujoku posted...
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Definitely this. Already have 25 hours sinked into it on Steam, and I still enjoy it. Fallout 1/2 meets Don't Starve.
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User Info: Boge

3 years ago#17
It's kind of funny that you want a thinking game, but not a strategy game. They're kind of the same thing.

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3 years ago#18
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3 years ago#20
If you liked dragon age you could check out baldurs gate. Xcom, shadow run returns, and divinity:os are all similar too but are just turn based.

I enjoyed them all. They aren't really strategy games but the fights do require strategy and thinking.
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