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I know you guys are out there! Who is a gamer?! What games do you play? If there is already a thread about this then my bad!

 

 

 

 

Topic tags..? No idea what that means.. lol

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OMGOSH!!!!! I HAD NOOOO IDEA BOUT THIS THREAD!!!! AAARRRGGGH!!!

 

Im a gamer, and I play battlefield bad company 2, battlefield 4 occasionally and also occasionally killzone 3.

 

I also play other games too, but they are forms the game store. :) you play for a while then return them! :D

 

Are there any games you ladies or girls want to play?

 

I wanna play titan fall. :)

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(Topic tags is when you tag what the thread is about, ie.... Gaming, players, females, etc...) I can edit the thread for you if you want and add so e topic tags, I can't remember if members can do it after they submitted their thread. :)

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(Topic tags is when you tag what the thread is about, ie.... Gaming, players, females, etc...) I can edit the thread for you if you want and add so e topic tags, I can't remember if members can do it after they submitted their thread. :)

Thank you! Now I know if I make a new thread!

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I've been obsessed with Animal Crossing New Leaf lately.. if anyone wants to exchange friend codes let me know :)

I've never heard of that! What type of game is it?

 

 

 

 

I also tried ESO (Elder Scrolls Online) I couldn't get into it. So I went back to playing WoW instead.

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I've been gaming since I was 8, so it's a pretty big list, but my longest and most passionate affair with the Video Game world would have to be Pokemon. I have a game from every generation, starting with Pokemon Blue and ending most recently with Pokemon X. Oh man, I love Pokemon! (Friend codes anyone?)

 

I also love RPGs like Mass Effect, Dragon Age, Final Fantasy, Knights of the Old Republic, Fallout, Oblivion, and Skyrim.

 

First person shooters don't usually do it for me, but I do love the Borderlands games. Siren for life!

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Okay, so I probably have to try the game that you play @@Esthylove, also...

 

Does anyone have any new games that they wanna try out?

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I've been gaming since I was 8, so it's a pretty big list, but my longest and most passionate affair with the Video Game world would have to be Pokemon. I have a game from every generation, starting with Pokemon Blue and ending most recently with Pokemon X. Oh man, I love Pokemon! (Friend codes anyone?)

 

I also love RPGs like Mass Effect, Dragon Age, Final Fantasy, Knights of the Old Republic, Fallout, Oblivion, and Skyrim.

 

First person shooters don't usually do it for me, but I do love the Borderlands games. Siren for life!

My ex bf got me into FPS and I thought it was stupid. I got hooked, broke up with him, kept playing and that's how I met my husband! If I never started playing I wouldn't be where I am today. My ex is a douche but hey, I have him to thank for my life now. lol :lol:

 

I think my husband played Skyrim, and I have a few friends that play it. I'm not usually good with games that tell me what to do. I don't care for story lines, I just wanna get stuff done. That's why I like battlefield, you don't have to play for hours since there's not much to do besides rank up and unlock guns and stuff.

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Okay, so I probably have to try the game that you play @@Esthylove, also...

 

Does anyone have any new games that they wanna try out?

You should try World of Warcraft. There's a lot of people on it and most people are friendly on there. I never thought I'd ever play that game but now I'm one of them. It kinda sucks though because there is a monthly fee of $15 I think. But it's cheaper than going out and blowing money on other stuff, well at least I think so. :)

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Borderlands....looooove those!  My husband and I will stay up all night playing those.  We're currently making our way through BL2.  I play the Elder Scrolls games, God of War (all of them - over and over again), GTA (again, all of them - repeatedly), and Dragon Age.

 

Oh!  Also, the little Lego games by Traveller's Tales.  They tap into the collect-all-the-things section of my brain.  I blame too much SMB as a child for that complex.

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Borderlands....looooove those!  My husband and I will stay up all night playing those.  We're currently making our way through BL2.  I play the Elder Scrolls games, God of War (all of them - over and over again), GTA (again, all of them - repeatedly), and Dragon Age.

 

Oh!  Also, the little Lego games by Traveller's Tales.  They tap into the collect-all-the-things section of my brain.  I blame too much SMB as a child for that complex.

It's nice having someone to game with isn't it?! I tried ESO beta a few months ago and I couldn't get into it. It was hard to tell which quest we were on with friends, who I was following-since we all looked the same. I did like how you can customize your toon exactly how you want it, unlike WoW. And that you could loot almost everything in site, that was fun. :lol:

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I've never heard of that! What type of game is it?

 

 

 

 

I also tried ESO (Elder Scrolls Online) I couldn't get into it. So I went back to playing WoW instead.

 Nintendo 3DS! :)

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 Nintendo 3DS! :)

Nice, I think my husband has one like that. Because he HAD to have it. That lasted about 2 weeks. lol

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Borderlands....looooove those!  My husband and I will stay up all night playing those.  We're currently making our way through BL2.  I play the Elder Scrolls games, God of War (all of them - over and over again), GTA (again, all of them - repeatedly), and Dragon Age.

 

Oh!  Also, the little Lego games by Traveller's Tales.  They tap into the collect-all-the-things section of my brain.  I blame too much SMB as a child for that complex.

 

I love all those games! I prefer Saints Row to GTA, and I've never played that specific Lego game but I love Lego Starwars, Lego Harry Potter, and Lego Lord of the Rings. Lego games are actually really fun. <3

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I love all those games! I prefer Saints Row to GTA, and I've never played that specific Lego game but I love Lego Starwars, Lego Harry Potter, and Lego Lord of the Rings. Lego games are actually really fun. <3

I keep meaning to buy Saints Row.  I've heard from so many people that they prefer it over GTA.  I keep trying to get in to the Assassin's Creed games, but there's something about them that makes me crazy.  I'm not even sure why.  It just doesn't stick with me and I lose interest.

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I need to broaden (is that right--? lol) my horizons. My husbands friend has I believe, 500 games or so on Steam. Uh that is a boat load of money! He then thought it would be funny to buy me a Unicorn game, I couldn't figure it out for the life of me. And I'm sure it's a kids game. :blink:

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@@Kimb3rly It's GTA but with heaps more ridiculousness. And an A-MA-ZING character customization format, which always gets me by the heart string. You give me the ability to create a fully customizeable character and I'm sold.

 

Honestly, I think Assassin's creed is mostly hype with the exception of the second game. Assassin's Creed II is incredible! All the others though... bland, repetitive, and boring. The overall story is great. I'd read the novel/watch the show, and I can't really say that the overall design and technical aspects of the games aren't impressive, but they lack that certain... "oomph" that would really make them appealing. Not to mention, after Ubisoft's disappointing reveal at E3 that they decided not to put any lady assassins in the new Unity game because they're "too hard to animate" I'm pretty much done with them. What, did you need to spend a year on each breast or something? Then they just dismissed not having playable female characters as "A reality of gaming development." Yeah, because we really need another game with playable scruffy white, early-30-something, dark-haired, light-eyed dudes. -deep sigh-  <_<

 

Still, Assassin's Creed II is their redemptive game, I recommend it highly.

 

@@Esthylove Unicorns are strange and mystic creatures. It's understandable that you would have difficulty unlocking their mystery. lol. 

Any of you ladies played something from the Harvest Moon series? It's a cute little farming simulator where you build up your farm, harvest crops, breed livestock, court a lady or dude (depending on what version you have), get married, raise a kid.... It's strangely addicting. I have like six of them.

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@@Kimb3rly It's GTA but with heaps more ridiculousness. And an A-MA-ZING character customization format, which always gets me by the heart string. You give me the ability to create a fully customizeable character and I'm sold.

 

Honestly, I think Assassin's creed is mostly hype with the exception of the second game. Assassin's Creed II is incredible! All the others though... bland, repetitive, and boring. The overall story is great. I'd read the novel/watch the show, and I can't really say that the overall design and technical aspects of the games aren't impressive, but they lack that certain... "oomph" that would really make them appealing. Not to mention, after Ubisoft's disappointing reveal at E3 that they decided not to put any lady assassins in the new Unity game because they're "too hard to animate" I'm pretty much done with them. What, did you need to spend a year on each breast or something? Then they just dismissed not having playable female characters as "A reality of gaming development." Yeah, because we really need another game with playable scruffy white, early-30-something, dark-haired, light-eyed dudes. -deep sigh-  <_<

 

Still, Assassin's Creed II is their redemptive game, I recommend it highly.

 

@@Esthylove Unicorns are strange and mystic creatures. It's understandable that you would have difficulty unlocking their mystery. lol. 

 

Any of you ladies played something from the Harvest Moon series? It's a cute little farming simulator where you build up your farm, harvest crops, breed livestock, court a lady or dude (depending on what version you have), get married, raise a kid.... It's strangely addicting. I have like six of them.

LOL. I just kept making it eat, I wasn't sure what the point of the game was. It was taking up space so I went ahead and uninstalled it, but hey I gave it a chance.

 

 

That game you mentioned sounds like farmville mixed with the sims. :)

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@pokeballssohard  That's exactly what I dislike about AC.  It's repeatative in a non-engaging way.  My husband has AC 2, so I'll try that one out.  I tried to get into Black Flag, but again...same sh*t different sequel.  I'm intrigued by Unity coming later this year, but only because it's revolutionary Paris.  They dropped a big opportunity by excluding playable female characters.

 

I do have several Harvest Moon games!  I always get upset with how long it takes the freaking chickens to lay eggs.  I need instant gratification!  If I feed it, I need it to produce whatever it does right then!  lol

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@@Esthylove Yeah, that's a pretty good comparison. It's from a Japanese developer called Natsume, and they've been been making Harvest Moon games since the SNES. It's a pretty established game series. They even announced new ones at E3! I know that the GBA games are pretty easy to play on an emulator if you ever wanted to look into them. They are HIGHLY addicting. 

 

@@Kimb3rly Which ones do you own? I love the ones for Gamecube (A Wonderful Life and Magic Melody) and the HM DS ones.

 

Haha, right? And they take so long to gain heart levels! HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO WIN THE CHICKEN FESTIVAL IF YOU ALL HATE ME FOR 3 YEARS!?

You should check out the Rune Factory series. It's by Nastume too, and it's pretty much the same, except it's set in a fantasy world where you battle monsters. You can even tame some of them as livestock. It's pretty fun.

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@@Esthylove Yeah, that's a pretty good comparison. It's from a Japanese developer called Natsume, and they've been been making Harvest Moon games since the SNES. It's a pretty established game series. They even announced new ones at E3! I know that the GBA games are pretty easy to play on an emulator if you ever wanted to look into them. They are HIGHLY addicting. 

 

@@Kimb3rly Which ones do you own? I love the ones for Gamecube (A Wonderful Life and Magic Melody) and the HM DS ones.

 

Haha, right? And they take so long to gain heart levels! HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO WIN THE CHICKEN FESTIVAL IF YOU ALL HATE ME FOR 3 YEARS!?

 

You should check out the Rune Factory series. It's by Nastume too, and it's pretty much the same, except it's set in a fantasy world where you battle monsters. You can even tame some of them as livestock. It's pretty fun.

I'll have to look into it :)

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