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BG2 and Xcom. I love the old games…though I’ve switched to Bg2EE and Xcom Enemy within.
I watched my sis playing it and thought it was interesting.
And Suikoden series.
Both were from my siblings collection.
Either Devil may cry 3 or Silent hill 2. Which basically kickstarted my love for games.
Mass Effect: One of the best story-driven games of all time with top-notch world-building (IMHO). My favorite game legendary remaster made me replay it and realize that it's not just nostalgia but a genuinely amazing game.
Dishonored: Loved gameplay and dishonored 2 has some of the best level designs.
And FFXIV (Mainly MSQ): Fun MMO that doesn't require a huge grinding most other MMOs do and it has in my honest opinion one of if not the best stories in the MMORPG genre.
The first time I learn of this game is when a certain game seller recommend it to me. Honestly, the name didn't appeal much to me when I first heard it from the clerk. Persona, is it a performance type game? Well I'm glad I hear the suggestion and buy it then.
Since then, I have been huge persona fans and played all their game, from Persona to Shin Megami Tensei, then spread to all the game they released.
For now, my plan is to wait Persona 3 Portable and Persona 5 Royal that would soon released to Nintendo Switch. While I know the chance for P3P Remastered with The Answer storyline attached to it is kind of low, I just can't help but hope.
As for P5Royal, while I have played the original, I haven't got the chance to play the Royal version. Thankfully I would soon have the chance to play it on switch in the near future.
darklands ("pen and paper" rpg) - bought the box, read the game manual (108 pages) cover to cover.
played until crashed then started over with a new batch.
the game is very buggy, but its richness compensate for it.
played it on and off over several years; but won't claim to be an expert in it.
cleared templar monastery multiple times; but always failed on high sabbat or killing a dragon.
for me it's a chill game, unlike civilization with "one more turn" vicious cycle to the break of dawn.
it has no in-game quest log; so i have to jot down the open quests in papers.
afterward i'd open the world map and spent quite a while to plan my travel considering the quests destination and deadline as well as the towns selling regional alchemy ingredients.
stopped playing years ago. lost the manual book and the game has an annoying security question that pops up intermittently. at the height of it i memorized the alchemical symbols, but my brain has been rusted for a while.
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Nier series, Mario Odyssey, SotC, Devil May Cry Series. Kingdom Hearts (specially 2 and Birth by Sleep). Persona series.
Probably Terraria or Stardew Valley. They were amazing to play and had a fun time playing them.
my fave is the sims! especially the sims 2. i first played the sims (series) from the sims 1 (i forgot when, but there was no the sims 2), as my nephew and older sis introduced it to me. i love it so much. i have been playing it since 2000ish (?).
I haven't played it for around 3 months or so? Because it takes 2 hours for my laptop to load the game
Mass Effect Series, Nier Series, Prince of Persia Series, Devil May Cry, Apex Legends, Witcher Series, Gwent Card Game, Elder Scrolls Legends Card Game
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