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Paid $75 in total on the Steam summer sale.

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Days Gone is my recent purchase, haven't played it yet since I am not yet done playing DMC5. 

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So, because a friend of mine had a private server I decided to get Conan Exiles deluxe edition. And with only paying 34$ I'm pretty satisfied so far. I love the idea of building pretty much wherever and make amazing safe heaven's for my friends if they're out exploring and need a small spot to save.

 

Oh, speaking about exiting/saving.... It can be annoying.

 

That's probably my only complaint, but it's my own fault for not really understanding you need to find a safe spot to exit the game or when you return to the game you're on a 50/50 chance to die. 

 

And to be honest I've not played many MMO's I tried WOW back in its day and I just couldn't get into it. I don't know what it was, I love RPG's and I love the color of the game but I just couldn't get into it. 😕 But this game? I'm really loving it and I'm surprised Ross doesn't have it on his list. Wonder if it's because it's an MMO? That or it's based on a movie so there's that... Wait Conan was a comic? I forget.

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Conan Exiles really isn't an MMO... It's an RPG survival game, with most of the focus being on survival.

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I mean I guess "got" and "bought" are technically different buuuuuuut...

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I bought Iratus: Lord of the Dead recently. I'm basically waiting for it to be a full and balanced game, but it is fun to play in the mean time.

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6 hours ago, Srake said:

I bought Iratus: Lord of the Dead recently. I'm basically waiting for it to be a full and balanced game, but it is fun to play in the mean time.

woah, haven't seen you in a while.

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6 hours ago, Annie said:

woah, haven't seen you in a while.

OT:

Kenshi was another game that I bought recently (months ago really but I want to mention it.) Kenshi is a fantastic Survival Action RPG where you roam a post apocalyptic fusion of Japan and the Middle East. The gameplay loop is really interesting as your characters get experience from getting the crap beaten out of them. As such, encounters rarely end in death. It is more likely that you will get knocked out and wake up missing medicine and food than outright killed. That is unless you were knocked out by a slaver or wild predator. Then you are far worse off as you must live you life out as a slave (until you escape) or you are slowly eaten alive (which does result in game over if you are alone.) Once you've gathered enough followers and trained them well enough, you can start a settlement and become self sufficient. Just don't expect everyone to leave you in peace. 

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I wish the framerate in Kenshi was better, and the game just feels unfinished, also the research tree is like, ultra artificial, it's mostly filler.

It's an okay game with a lot of potential, but I'm waiting for Kenshi 2 to improve on things, I don't feel like the game is quite at the level it could be.

 

I think the fact that the game world is mostly static, and that there's little you can do in order to really have an effect on it sucks so much.

But again the framerate is such a huge deal breaker for me. It just runs extremely poorly, no matter what I do. I'm excited for Kenshi 2 though.

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