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What's that game you always go back to?

Discussion in 'Games' started by realriightty, Aug 4, 2017.

  1. Dartztrevor

    Dartztrevor New Member

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    The game I often return to no matter the new releases of video games is Need For Speed Most Wanted. I never get tired of the cops in there. The graphics which were too good to be true at its time of release, the songs in the game that keep my adrenaline up while being chased and the fancy car designs that always left me arguing with friends whose car design is best.

    Apart from Need For Speed Most Wanted, there are other classics such as G.T.A San Andreas PC version and The Legend of Zelda on Nintendo 64. New games may be released each and everyday but there will always be some retro games that will keep each and every gamer thrilled.
     
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    FIFA, to think that I could do without it. No matter the way you chose to play it, single player or multiplayer, FIFA never never disappoints.
    I have made a lot of friends over the game and very importantly the thought and feeling when you score a goal, eccentric. I feel like it brings me more to my dream of being a football star.
     
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    Resident evil 4 and metal gear games.
     
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    The games that I will always come back to include Skyrim, Minecraft, and The Witcher 3. All these games you can change through mods and rediscover the worlds that each game has to offer.
     
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    I'd say any game in the Zelda series, or honestly Minecraft.
    Zelda is an absolute classic for me, and even though I can basically play any of those games blindfolded at this point, I love firing up a new save file and just re exploring the world's all over again.
    Minecraft, silly as it may sound, is great to just unwind and zen out, doing whatever without any real thought to it. Have a hard day? Go build a castle, or explore some caves. Make a house on top of a mountain. Who cares? It's just silly fun. I probably have more fun with it than I should, haha.
     
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    One game that I will probably go back to for years and years from now, is Minecraft. I started to play this game quite a few years ago, maybe 10 years ago. I would start a new world and play for a while, then I would have nothing left to do in the world so I stop playing. But, a few months later, I will get bored and decide to play Minecraft again. I will start a new world, once again and continue the cycle. It is never-ending.
     
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    There's this game I play called Starbound, similar to Terraria. A side-scrolling building game with 2D graphics. There's a story but the vast majority of the appeal of the game is that for the most part it's as relaxing as you'd like it to be.

    I keep coming back to it and spending hours on it because it's just relaxing to sit around and build out a structure or roam from planet to planet just seeing what's there. It's kind of like a generic mobile game in that I don't really care what I'm doing but there is certainly a bit more of a sense of purpose to it. Being able to come back to a long-term project is great as well. It's still a false sense of accomplishment but it's great way to melt some stress off.

    Unless you make a planet-wide "Dyson Farm" on a large world. Don't do that. Bit off way more than I can chew and I'm starting to think about just moving planets rather than finishing it.
     
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    The game that I find myself always coming back to somehow, is, Fallout: New Vegas. There is just something about it that I really like. I think it might be because I have a bias towards the game as I live in Nevada. Even with all its bugs, it's still a great game overall. The different factions you can choose from are so full of life, I love it. I would recommend it to people who like the survival genre of games.
     
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    My go-to game is Terraria. Even though I'm always hesitant to start a new world, but each time I do I get the same feeling of not knowing what awaits you on each side or what item you are gonna get or how many tries will it take to beat the first boss.
     
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    For me it's CS 1.6, because it was my favourite game when I was growing up. I really liked it and played a played a lot of it and then CS:GO came out, I started playing that and maybe once or twice a year I would still play CS 1.6 just to remember the old times.
     

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