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We're happy that fall is here in Texas cooler weather is sure to follow. Speaking of cool, we're back with our monthly sweeps for November, and this time we're giving you a chance to win an AMD Radeon™ RX 7900 XT GPU!
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"Starfield was one of my most anticipated games for the year, and I loved it! / Baldur's Gate 3 was incredible!"
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Recently got back into Ghost Recon: Wildlands with 2 friends who haven't played it before. We have it on the hardest difficult and I'm telling you, a TIME is being had. Lmao!
I've been playing World of Tanks lately and Stray too. I'm not much of a gamer, but my heart is in the right place.
The last game I played that I thoroughly enjoyed was The Last Campfire:
"... It's a very nice, pleasant, well-done, casual game. Highly enjoyable. I've got a few minor complaints about it, but they're really small and petty: their use of first person plural pronouns instead of first person singular ones is a bit irritating. But, since the characters are Embers and not humans and gender has absolutely nothing to do with the game, they were kind of stuck with that. I guess they could have gone with some made up pronoun, but six of one, half a dozen of the other. Second, even though the theme and the overall story is very nice, it has problems at the detail level. But, it's good enough. And finally, there are a few things that are left hanging in the game (the Cook, Orchard and giant pig come to mind). But, again, trivial and not all that important. Anyway, I paid just a bit over $3 for it and it took me a skosh over 10 hours to complete. And, it's well done and enjoyable. So, I'm completely satisfied. Definitely recommended (though you might wait for a sale when it's under $10)."
Starfield was so much fun until quest bug, so switched to Exoprimal. Exoprimal is such a simple game but easy to play and so much fun taking out hoards of dinos. It's not for everyone but I love it.
Pretty much any game I've played from Amanita Design has been a winner for me. Point n Click games may not be for everyone but I really enjoyed the whimsical nature of all of their games thus far.
I'm doing a combination of Forza Horizon 5, Borderlands 1 Enhanced Edition and Diablo 3 currently.
I am looking forward to eventually doing the Halo Infinite campaign with a friend (I know the game has been out with campaign co-op for a while now... XD)
Always have room for a new GPU, it satisfies my building addiction 😊
After they got servers working again, I decided to dive back into Titanfall 2. I'm still abysmal at the multiplayer, but since I had it installed, I replayed the campaign and...man, I forgot just how good that campaign was. It's absolutely criminal that we've gone all these years without a follow-up.
Next game I'm looking forward to: Lords of the Fallen. (I was looking forward to Alan Wake II but, apparently, my 5700 XT is no longer viable for modern gaming. *eyeroll*)