Audiosurf - Offentlig
Audiosurf is a music-adapting puzzle racer where you use your own music to create your own experiance. The shape, the speed and the mood of the ride is determinded by the song you choose.
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You earn point in the game by clustering together blocks of the same colour on the highway. You can also compete with your friends, and the wider community, for the high score in your favorite songs.
Okay, I really, really, really like this game. For evidence of how much I like this game, look up Rise of the Tenno on the Warframe forums. That's how much I like this game.
Basically, picture a MMOCCGTPS with space ninjas. It's a standard 4-player co-op shooter fare, except with everything perfectly executed; while the controls can take some getting used to, they allow an impressive amount of acrobatics-soon you'll be wallrunning and ziplining and doing crazy Max Payne style dodgerolls (complete with appropriate gunplay)
And getting to the gunplay, it's a remarkably fluid shooter, with a good melee combat component as well. I really enjoy the satisfaction of taking up a shotgun and putting the local Grineer boss in his place, complete with visceral sounds and amazing graphics even on a relatively dated rig. I drool when I see what this looks like on nicer systems.
The game isn't truly an RPG-there's a leveling system, but instead of using skill points like the game used to do, they transitioned in Update 7 to using cards that can be upgraded, which is both awesome and less likely to wind up broken and allowing people to burn through a whole minigun clip in a second. Which is a shame, but probably for the best.
Still, there's an impressive amount of customization, and the really amazing thing is the depth; it's very strategic for a game which essentially amounts to twitch shooting, and for those who really enjoy a challenge or are really awesome there's stealth, complete with appropriate alert systems (fire and alert all the locals, let them hit a security panel and everyone knows where you are) and a bow for stealth takedowns, as well as special melee takedowns which I'm rather unfamiliar with, since the closest I get to stealth is taking out the whole room with a shotgun.
I believe this is my longest recommendation, and there's a good reason for that. Warframe is awesome. Play it.
Oh, and for a F2P game, it's even better because the only things you have to pay for are inventory expansions and cosmetics (though some of the skins do have a minor performance difference, they usually take more than they give, so you're lucky if they're even a sidegrade); you can craft everything else, which actually serves as a great impetus to continue fighting through hordes of foes for the things that you need.
It's actually really, really good for a visceral first-person combat game-not as pretty as Skyrim and there's not terribly much characterization of the protagonist other than "I wanna be a (mage/fighter/dead thief)", but you can kick goblins from rooftops.
Tired of lousy political candidates? Bored with congressional filibustering? Just wanna see it all burn? Well, Fallout 3 provides the opportunity to see wonderful destruction and mayhem all in a remarkably fun game with lots of space to explore. Enjoy all sorts of weapons, friends, and targets as you romp through a Washington DC wasteland.