the fiance and I have been on separate schedules for the past week and will continue to do so for the next 2 weeks… I have been hanging out with the doods quite a bit but when they are busy with their ‘womans’ I got squat to do… I am bored… shitless…
anyone have any good games to play?
I have played Warhammer, Kohan 2 , Deer Hunter 5, Sims 2 and Evil Genius… to death… I played my friend’s copy of COD and turned it off after the first mission… what a blech game…
I just can’t find any good games out there right now for the PC… anyone have any suggestions?
either that or it’s something else that is the cause of my lack of interest ing games: a scary thought came to me last night… am I finally maturing at age 31 and no longer liking video games?
I think there are few folks who can just constantly game without getting bored of it all, regardless of how good the individual games are, for a while - once in a while. Just do something else until you get bored with that and games’ll seem more interesting again. As for which games are good - do you even read the threads around here? I’m seeing all kinds of happy talk. It’s almost unnerving.
Even with Kohan2, Rome and such out, I’m still replaying Wizardry 8. I need a new kickass retro RPG! I don’t know if the action-oriented Dungeon Lords is going to fit the bill. Sacred has the free Plus update coming out so I’ll be playing that again. RCT3 looks very good. Right now, it’s mostly MEH! :?
Can someone post the 411 on Kult – what is it like, exactly, and is it worth trying to find an importer? Ever since BioWare moved on to 3D and BIS/Interplay took a dirt nap there’s been a distressing lack of good quality isometric RPGs.
When you’re a kid, you can play pretty much any game and enjoy it for days. As I get older, and other priorities start to take over, I find myself getting pickier and pickier. Now it’s to the point where I sometimes can’t even play a demo of a game I know I would’ve loved when I was 15.
On a final note, I have to concur with the guy who recommended getting a console. Even when you’re tired and you don’t feel like booting up a game on your computer, dropping down on the couch and turning on the Xbox is great.