>0 konomo @ 2020/12/20 00:19
I'm fascinated by SCP: Containment Breach (The game is extremely frustrating at parts, even on Easy difficulty) A month ago I have looked into Minetest (especially the Hades game mode, which plays on a volcanic planet) What are you playing?
>1 annathecrow @ 2020/12/20 23:09
>>OP I'm veeeeery sloooowly working through Knights of the Old Republic. It's ancient, but I'm enjoying it. It helps that the difficulty isn't too high (I'm a casual player at best and my gamer reflexes... aren't, lol.) Honestly, the only reason I'm playing it now is that the two KOTOR games were on sale and nostalgia hit hard :D I used to have a poster of KOTOR II as a kid (it came with a gaming mag), but never actually got to play it. At least now I don't have to care about the hardware requirements XD
>2 kmeow @ 2020/12/21 21:42
>>OP All the Old Republic games were great, even the MMO. I played KOTOR2 when it was released, and while the story and characters were pretty involving the game itself was plagued by crash bugs (probably long fixed). As for myself, I've been playing Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate. Lots of fun, but weird after coming off of Monster Hunter World as it's missing many of the innovations of that game.
>3 dgy @ 2020/12/21 22:24
>>2 Those bugs were never fixed, i'm sad to say. way way back in the day a team came together to try and fix these bugs and restore content back into the game (there was a ton of content in the game files that was ready to be played, but not "linked" into the rest of the game). But at some point there was some huge drama and accusations and it all ended. i don't know if anything else happened after that... As for playing... My gaming pc is 10 years old, so it's mostly stuff that still runs on it nicely, when i feel like a pc game. Outside of that, i have a lot of emulators on the rpi
>4 spider @ 2021/01/12 00:37
>>1 Everyone should try factorio!