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Demolishun22146302dI play other stuff for a while and then come back to a new Minecraft modpack and its like a new game again. Just making stuff for fun.
Waiting for the next TES to include FO4 style building. Or even a voxel system for terrain. Story will prob be arcade again though.
Nanos11642302dOld game experience =
Plug in cartridge, 5 seconds later be playing the game.
Load from disc, 10 seconds later, be playing the game.
New game experience =
Spend a week downloading game..
Spend a day downloading the latest patch..
Load game up, wait 7 minutes before the game actually starts..
Die in 5 seconds.
Wait another 7 minutes for the game to start..
Midnight-shcode4843301dyeah. modern games are made by people who either weren't good enough to get to making movies or weren't good enough scammers to make a living out of normal way of scamming people.
Tonnoman406301dI think I kind of agree, fuck the big games, I hate them. It's telling that as a young guy my most played game is TF2, and I played a ton of an open source remake with modern graphics of Escape velocity.
But there's still the occasional indie gem. For me currently it's Foxhole, but it's kind of more of a game for longer sessions.
There's others I would recommend depending on what genres you like.
For example there's Mindustry, free and open source; unique take on tower defence.
jijiji-3144dSimilarly. I don't really like new games in general right now, and if I do, I play the ones that came out years ago. For example now I like LOL, I even buy accounts at gamesrift com/catalog/smurf-league-of-legends . Have you played this game? How do you like it?