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I am legion.
Perhaps you're curious why in heck there's a question mark looking back at you. There's 3 reasons. 1. You're insane 2. It's my profile picture 3. You're on my profile
I play games, get bored, ram my fists/head into the nearest desk/wall, make a few crazy noises and go play something else. Emphasis on the crazy noises. I do voices. I don't know if they're good voices, but I do them. You will deal with them.
Not like I'm ever going to use this but tf2lobby:74924719
GDR is a small, highly addictive gaming community that is home to some of the worst trolls you have ever seen on the interwebs. What sets this community apart from the rest really is the fact that we don't have too many rules, actually we just make stuff up as we go.
GDR has been around now for more than 2 years after it was conceived through inception. We like to keep things simple, durp.
Ace of Spades is a minecraft-like voxel destruction and creation engine built into an FPS that can run on any mach-
Wait, crud. Nope. Darn.
Ace of Spades WAS all of that. Then, someone had a question:
"What if Runescape bought the rights to Ace of Spades? Nothing bad could happen, right?"
Oh, look, here we are. Something bad happened. Possibly the only free and fun FPS game that you could play on any computer, even when your good one took a dump and you had to use an old 98 box with low RAM, was turned into this. The same thing with extra game modes filled with people who are too stupid to remember the terrain destruction mechanic that makes this game great. And you have to pay $10 for it.
Thanks, Jagex. I will say one thing in its favor: classic ctf is identical to how the game used to be, but everything else isn't really worth playing. So there's that.
So I just realized I never reviewed the newest addition to the Age of Empires series. Shame on me! Well, here goes.
Age of Empires Online is a well blended fusion between all of the great things from AoE II and AoE III, with some parts from both made better. How did they toss MMO into the mix as well? You can get items from chests and completing quests that augment your units or spawn units instantly in battle. I have the power to make towers rise from the ground every so often whenever my current defenses just aren't cutting it. Oh, by the way, every civilization plays different. The celtics focus primarily on massive infantry attacks while the egyptians can convert entire armies with their priests.
Why do I reccomend this more than 2 or 3? Because it has a ridiculous number of fun and diverse levels to play through that challenge and encourage you to get better at strategy.
Except in those levels where they just wreck you without warning and you sit there fro a minute wondering what the heck just happened. Then you just mourn your fishing boats.
WARFRAME. You know Zero from Borderlands 2? This is basically a game where you play as a bunch of people who look like him, but have different crazy powers and you use them in chaotic PvE matches. Right now, they've only got three enemy factions with a few unit types each, but rest assured, there's definitely a challenge. Every time you play a level, the map is randomly generated from a set of level components which are then smashed together. This means that you'll never play the same layout twice. However, you'll get some serious deja vu after you've gone through the same room a few times.
Now here's a good thing: Pay cash just gets you things faster or gives you aesthetic stuff. There's a blueprint for EVERYTHING in the game. It may take you a while to acquire the components, but it'll be free.
All in all, this is a fantastic game, and it's free! I'll end with a tip: When fighting the Corpus, any little blue or red lights on the ceiling should be made top priority as targets. That is all.