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  1. I've never been, have you PartyOn? I'm sure it's tons of fun but large crowds just aren't my thing. It would be cool to get a peek at the new stuff though.
  2. I just picked the game up again - the new imagery looks cool and I dig some of the benefits like the dolphins making the boat go faster. I don't have a Mixed Reality device but I'm sure it's an amazing experience. The Minecraft developers have really started stepping up their game.
  3. Glad to see I'm not the only one. I can lose so much time while playing Plants vs. Zombies. I'll intend to play for a few minutes, but the next I know an hour or two has passed. What is it about that game that is so addictive? It sucks me in.
  4. I enjoy PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds because of its realistic vibe and vast map which always brings more to the game. While I was watching a Twtich stream, the chat started blowing up about golden treasure chests on the new map. Has anyone here found these? I wonder if there's a limited amount. I hope they aren't just Easter eggs.
  5. I'm a PC gamer mostly and I've been using a Corsair K70 Rapidfire keyboard and love it. It's a true mechanical keyboard, so you definitely get that tactile and auditory feedback. The The Cherry MX Speed keys make it super fast to respond. The rainbow keys make it easier to map things out and they're fully programmable! The keys aren't all crammed together either. I just checked on Amazon so I could link you, but I didn't pay as much as it's going for on that shopping platform so I'm let you look for deals elsewhere instead. I'm not sure if it's compatible with a Mac though. Razer i
  6. God Hand was the most difficult for me. It's an older game and I don't believe it was a popular seller. One of its charms is that playing becomes more difficult as the player's skill improved. I've never seen a game like it since.
  7. We've all been there. Our once favorite games become too difficult, too expensive, too boring, too time consuming - too something - that make us stop playing. What variable was the breaking point that made you put down a game? Once you stop playing are you usually done for good or do you pick it up again down the road. I'm into sci-fi movies and books, plus I had friends already playing the game, so World of Warcraft really appealed to me. At first it was fun to explore different worlds and meet new people, but each expansion pack was full of annoying glitches that made the game a rea
  8. It looks like the prices might start coming down soon if they haven't already. https://www.pcgamer.com/nvidia-is-expecting-a-massive-drop-in-gpu-sales-to-cryptocurrency-miners/ I'm glad you mentioned the price issue because I wasn't aware that bitcoins and other digital currencies involved graphics cards in the slightest. How interesting! Well, I contacted Dell to determine what upgrades I need, so at least I know where to start. I hope you're able to find a reasonably priced graphics card soon. Thanks for the info!
  9. There are so many free and cheap games available that I don't mess around with pirated versions. It just isn't worth the potential hassle. It's easy to find an overwhelming amount of free apps on iTunes and Google Play, but if you're looking for something to play on a different platform, check out https://www.reddit.com/r/FreeGameFindings/ to get started in the right direction. I figure game developers need to get paid too, so when the budget allows I buy affordable games off of https://www.humblebundle.com/ . Some of the games are even "pay what you want" which is an amazing
  10. I've never played Limbo before and don't know much about it. Can you tell me what sort of puzzles are included in the game? I'm a fan of puzzles and might like to try it if I can play Limbo on my iPhone. Judging from your list, Naoms, I think you might enjoy playing The Talos Principle if you haven't tried it already. To me, it's one of those rare puzzle games that hit the sweet spot between impossibly hard and too darn easy. It has a compelling storyline as well. An oldie but a goodie is Minesweeper. It's admittedly simplistic compared to today's standards, but it's a great
  11. It's been a few years since I've played WoW and I'm looking to get back into the game. Unfortunately, I've noticed that everything slows down and becomes jumpy after I've been playing for a few minutes or so. My computer meets the minimum requirements to run the game, but I'd really like to juice it up so the game runs more smoothly. Will a new graphics card make a difference? If so, which one should I consider buying for a Dell computer running Windows 10?
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