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I suppose Watch Dog's negative reputation makes it a decent choice for a list like this. Battlefield 3 however has been universally loved on all platforms for five years now, recommending it in a list/thread that encourages recommending lesser known games or forgotten games or games that are written off (Watch Dogs fits in here) is just redundant. Most people looking through the list will skip over games like that since they played it already.

Yes, ok, however since Battlefield 3 and Battlefield 4 are the same price now, people who don't know better will just buy 4 and not give it a second thought.
I wanted to give 3 a point, since its singleplayer is great, while 4 is a huge letdown (to me).
So yeah, maybe BF3 is pushing it a bit, but that was my reasoning behind it.
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Then Ill revise a previous recommendation with a little more information.

Black Desert Online - MMO

This game had been launched some time ago but but was primarily exclusive to Korea, Japan, and Russia iirc, with the Western Launch being fairly recent.

Personally had never played any MMO before, I feared falling into the stereotype where the only thing I wanted to do was play that single game because of the amount of time that one can devote to such things and at the time I also preferred something to make my heart race so FPS was generally what I stuck with. Also I dont agree with paying a subscription for any game.

Now that I cant spend much time on games that require interaction to be able to shape/build your character, I was naturally a little saddened as I for the next year I have to spend a majority of my time on school due to other factors in my life that require attention.

In my previous post I mentioned that this game is probably a good way to still have your outlet while being able to focus on what you need to be working on, which isnt gaming lol.

While there are naturally levels to obtain within the game and the natural grind for loot drops to hit the soft cap of lvl 50 (there are more levels, but becomes far far reaching after 50), there are a lot of trading in the marketplace, avenues for increasing your overall wealth by static or liquid means, which will be needed later for buying your end game armors/weapons etc.

The character creator seems quite detailed, its not something I have personally dabbled with much in other games but in comparison to what I have experienced (which is poor btw, ex. Dark Souls, Division) but I think you will spend an hour or two if your really want to make something of your own along with its own gestures and such.

I did spend one full day getting to understand a little more of the game, as it does tend to throw you to wolves for how much is in the game versus how much it shows you. Since I can no longer focus on actually playing it. I spend a lot of my time on it working on AFK Leveling the training stats (which effect stamina, health, and carry weights) and also the workers that I have hired are getting a lot of levels and promotions to become better workers.

So for me, I like that I can still build on my character even whilst not directly playing the game. You get bonuses for staying online and such, and there is also AFK Fishing as well, so catching fish will allow you to sell in the marketplace or craft into something else. Its really quite a lot of material to work with, some guilds are pure PVP, others may not be. With more content being delivered in due time. Also last point being that this game is quite detailed for an MMO, I dont recall getting this level of detail in MMO's that I have seen in the past but that may be just because those examples are older.

Will I say its the best MMO out there? I cant, never played any other since my sample size is 1. However if your a University student, or just someone that cant dedicate time to any one particular thing. I think it would make for a good outlet as it has for myself.

OH, and Auto-Pathing is a thing. I just tell my character to go the other side of the map and can come back in about 15 min to check it, a much needed addition for a game like this.
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Modded Il2 1946 / Rising Storm/Red Orchestra 2 Multiplayer/ modded IL-2 Sturmovik: Cliffs of Dover....

Added the games to Vehicular Combat and Tactical Shooter. I have Red Orchestra 2. I was getting owned a lot and I gave up playing the game. Maybe I give it another shot. It was a moment when I switched to PC from PS3 and there was a learning curve for mouse and keyboard.
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Then Ill revise a previous recommendation with a little more information.

Black Desert Online - MMO

This game had been launched some time ago but but was primarily exclusive to Korea, Japan, and Russia iirc, with the Western Launch being fairly recent.

Personally had never played any MMO before, I feared falling into the stereotype where the only thing I wanted to do was play that single game because of the amount of time that one can devote to such things and at the time I also preferred something to make my heart race so FPS was generally what I stuck with. Also I dont agree with paying a subscription for any game.

Now that I cant spend much time on games that require interaction to be able to shape/build your character, I was naturally a little saddened as I for the next year I have to spend a majority of my time on school due to other factors in my life that require attention.

In my previous post I mentioned that this game is probably a good way to still have your outlet while being able to focus on what you need to be working on, which isnt gaming lol.

While there are naturally levels to obtain within the game and the natural grind for loot drops to hit the soft cap of lvl 50 (there are more levels, but becomes far far reaching after 50), there are a lot of trading in the marketplace, avenues for increasing your overall wealth by static or liquid means, which will be needed later for buying your end game armors/weapons etc.

The character creator seems quite detailed, its not something I have personally dabbled with much in other games but in comparison to what I have experienced (which is poor btw, ex. Dark Souls, Division) but I think you will spend an hour or two if your really want to make something of your own along with its own gestures and such.

I did spend one full day getting to understand a little more of the game, as it does tend to throw you to wolves for how much is in the game versus how much it shows you. Since I can no longer focus on actually playing it. I spend a lot of my time on it working on AFK Leveling the training stats (which effect stamina, health, and carry weights) and also the workers that I have hired are getting a lot of levels and promotions to become better workers.

So for me, I like that I can still build on my character even whilst not directly playing the game. You get bonuses for staying online and such, and there is also AFK Fishing as well, so catching fish will allow you to sell in the marketplace or craft into something else. Its really quite a lot of material to work with, some guilds are pure PVP, others may not be. With more content being delivered in due time. Also last point being that this game is quite detailed for an MMO, I dont recall getting this level of detail in MMO's that I have seen in the past but that may be just because those examples are older.

Will I say its the best MMO out there? I cant, never played any other since my sample size is 1. However if your a University student, or just someone that cant dedicate time to any one particular thing. I think it would make for a good outlet as it has for myself.

Man the game is not available in Turkey for some reason but +rep for the in depth explenation. Sounds interesting for sure. I will be looking forward for the day when it is available here. thumb.gif
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Euro Truck Simulator 2. (and or American Truck Simulator)

At first along with nearly everyone else, I did not find the idea of mindlessly driving a truck in a bunch of European countries in any way appealing.

Wrong.

Listening to your custom playlist while driving and enjoying the beautiful European landscape is just so relaxing. The moment when you are able to reverse park the truck for the first time really makes you feel satisfied. There's also multiplayer with extremely large player counts; you can definitely screw around with friends online. Game is even better if you have a wheel and pedal to drive with.

I may not be too convincing, but this is one of those games where you have to play it in order to really love it.
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I think there was ways to still play the game, but naturally requires some work arounds. Friend of mine was playing in the KOR server for a bit before deciding on if he wanted to dive into this game
    
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Added the games to Vehicular Combat and Tactical Shooter. I have Red Orchestra 2. I was getting owned a lot and I gave up playing the game. Maybe I give it another shot. It was a moment when I switched to PC from PS3 and there was a learning curve for mouse and keyboard.

It's a brutal game but it has some of the best shooting mechanics ever. I always found the learning curve to be much smaller on mouse and keyboard, it felt more natural to me from the beginning not just in shooters but in everything but driving and fighting games.
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I have a couple:

Dust: An Elysian Tail (Hack & Slash)
A Metroidvania with great gameplay, a great story, and gorgeous artwork and soundtrack. Has good support for both KB+M and controllers, and is fully cross-platform. The combat is easy to pick up, but pretty difficult to master; and when you do, it feels so very satisfying. Add in the great cast of characters, and you have what is easily among my favorite games ever.

TIS-100 (Puzzle)
As the game's description puts it, "it's the assembly programming game you never asked for." TIS-100 is basically an emulator for a (fictional) computer. The 'puzzle' part of the game consists of writing software for that computer to solve a set of problems. The catch is that the TIS-100 is a very unusual design, so finding solutions are often quite a bit more difficult than they would be on a modern system. TIS-100 also has a great atmosphere: the game doesn't have a tutorial or guide of any kind, and instead provides a fairly authentic-looking '80s manual. Programmers will probably enjoy the game most, but non-programmers can have fun with it too.
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I'll gladly add my +1 to Dust: An Elysian Tail.
Really great game, and really a stellar perfornance when considering ALL of it was done by one single guy.
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I have that game I think but never got around to playing it. I might have to boot it up sometime soon since people are recommending it
    
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Euro Truck Simulator 2. (and or American Truck Simulator)

At first along with nearly everyone else, I did not find the idea of mindlessly driving a truck in a bunch of European countries in any way appealing.

Wrong.

Listening to your custom playlist while driving and enjoying the beautiful European landscape is just so relaxing. The moment when you are able to reverse park the truck for the first time really makes you feel satisfied. There's also multiplayer with extremely large player counts; you can definitely screw around with friends online. Game is even better if you have a wheel and pedal to drive with.

I may not be too convincing, but this is one of those games where you have to play it in order to really love it.

Going to have to agree here as well, great game. Concept sounds like a bore but it is really relaxing thumb.gif
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