Red Dead Redemption 2, love Arthur

1 : Anonymous2021/11/09 14:35 ID: qq4zaj
Red Dead Redemption 2, love Arthur
2 : Anonymous2021/11/09 15:58 ID: hjy5i4z

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

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I'm between this one and Mass Effect 1. Or actually the entire ME trilogy.

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I'm literally playing my first walk through of ME Legendary Edition. I never got past of the Matriarch Benezia missions in the original ME1 years ago. Just last week I finished it (in the Legendary Edition) and already have 45 hours on ME1 alone, and just started ME2.

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3 : Anonymous2021/11/09 16:17 ID: hjy87dr

Dark souls

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Making it to Anor Londo for the first time again

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And getting invaded 52 times as soon as you cross the bridges to the bonfire Solaire sits at until you finally can reach the boss.

4 : Anonymous2021/11/09 16:14 ID: hjy7ta6

Outer wilds

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finally, i see the correct answer.

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I would give anything to play this game again with no memory of it. Truly the most unique and special journey I’ve ever had in a video game.

5 : Anonymous2021/11/09 16:24 ID: hjy9ciz

Life is strange

6 : Anonymous2021/11/09 17:16 ID: hjyh87g

Mass Effect trilogy.

7 : Anonymous2021/11/09 16:26 ID: hjy9kdy

Borderlands 2, would love to discover it again with the friends i played so much with. Memories

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Good choice, my second choice, first is reserved for Little Big Planet

8 : Anonymous2021/11/09 17:59 ID: hjynr1p

The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

9 : Anonymous2021/11/09 14:56 ID: hjxwmli

Yeah the original Bioshock or Hollow knight for sure.

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Bioshock for sure. It was the first game I played in HD, and sometimes I would get jumped by splicers because I was just staring out of the windows at a whale swimming through the city.

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10 : Anonymous2021/11/09 15:17 ID: hjxzhyl


11 : Anonymous2021/11/09 18:40 ID: hjytzn9

WoW. Stepping into it for the first time in the early days of vanilla, having never experienced an mmo before was an amazing, eye opening moment. The addiction in those days was real

12 : Anonymous2021/11/09 15:08 ID: hjxycmg

Portal 2

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Same here!

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I actually downloaded portal 2 ages ago. Like 2011 or 2012 but I never had a pc that could run it. I recently spent 4gs building an editing suite desktop for myself and I just downloaded it from my library. Can’t wait to play it.

13 : Anonymous2021/11/09 15:44 ID: hjy3em7

Ghost of Tsushima, or Skyrim.

14 : Anonymous2021/11/09 16:51 ID: hjyddnk

Subnautica for sure

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one of the best games out there, gonna install it right away

15 : Anonymous2021/11/09 15:08 ID: hjxy8r6

Nier Automata

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Ending e is just a rollercoaster of emotions

16 : Anonymous2021/11/09 14:44 ID: hjxuyhj

I'm thinking Minecraft. My boyfriend has been wanting to play it with me, but every time I try, I just feel "uggh, I've done this all before"

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The first time you laugh, but the 289452717850th time you have to make a wither skeleton farm you want to end yourself.

17 : Anonymous2021/11/09 14:41 ID: hjxumf7

If I could I'd erase all the final fantasy games just to get that emotion of playing them all again.

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IX especially. That game was so magical. Over the Hill, Village of Dali and A Song from Her Memory are ingrained in my soul.

18 : Anonymous2021/11/09 14:36 ID: hjxtyo7

Tough question. I'm split between Skyrim (maybe I'll kill a chicken on the first town again?) or Half-life 2 (wasted so much time looking at the scenario that sometimes got a few shots).

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Lol I've never played half-life 2 so I still have yet to experience it for the first time

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You won't regret. Pump the graphic quality to the maximum, and still nowadays it is a view to behold.

19 : Anonymous2021/11/09 14:58 ID: hjxwww1

The witcher 3 wild hunt

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This will be my second option

20 : Anonymous2021/11/09 17:55 ID: hjyn7wk

Oblivion for sure

21 : Anonymous2021/11/09 15:06 ID: hjxy0c3

God of War

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You'd have to re-learn the move set of all the Valkyries though..

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That was half the fun. Painful, but fun.

22 : Anonymous2021/11/09 14:39 ID: hjxucix

Ghost of Tsushima.

23 : Anonymous2021/11/09 16:55 ID: hjydxf3

RDR2 or TLoU Part 1

24 : Anonymous2021/11/09 17:37 ID: hjykg3w

Bloodborne, legend of Zelda botw or majoras mask, bioshock

25 : Anonymous2021/11/09 20:05 ID: hjz6sas

Mass Effect series, Titanfall 2, Horizon Zero Dawn

26 : Anonymous2021/11/09 15:17 ID: hjxzjrw


i'd love to play through those stealth games without knowing all the answers again.

27 : Anonymous2021/11/09 17:21 ID: hjyhxz3


28 : Anonymous2021/11/09 16:16 ID: hjy81um

RDR2 hands down. A masterpiece of a story.

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To be honest, I stopped gaming for like 2 years straight because of my educational carrier and lost my interest on playing them. Until, one of my friend told me to try this game while we were in summer break, the story, character and the atmosphere of the game completely blew my mind. It helped me to find my interest on gaming again. Thus, RDR2 will always hold a special place in my mind.

29 : Anonymous2021/11/09 15:43 ID: hjy392z

Two games, Bloodborne and Undertale, the first one is such a blast, the atmosphere, the bosses, the enigmatic cosmically horror plot, it’s just constant chills, Undertale on the other hand, it was also an experience, simple on paper but very well delivered, soundtrack is amazing and the ending is very rewarding, and it’s sequel is quickly getting on the same level


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