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Member since:July 30, 2010
Playing time:12.0 hrs past 2 weeks
Age of Empires II: HD Edition9.6 hrs / 12.5 hrs
Killing Floor2.4 hrs / 48 hrs
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Games recommended by Patrick Henry _
Honestly the first game thats worth the exhuberant pricetag since the late 90's. This game defines what an immersive RPG is. If you've played Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, it will feel like a direct upgrade, fixing everything you found wrong with it. The scenery is spot on beautiful. If you have the system capabilities, there will be moments where the lines between life and game blur.
It's pretty much the best Norway simulator you can buy without purchasing a plane ticket.
It's pretty fun when you get a bunch of friends together and have a vision of something to build, whether it be a huge tower, or faux dungeon.
Totally and completely worth it, especially if you get it on a good deal. It's a good multiplayer game where you can talk and shoot at the same time. The physics of the game are a bit wonky at times, but if your like me and my friends and have a comedic attitude about it, you'll love the game (even if you do shoot yourself. Trust me, this will happen).
Point of Fact: It's not a serious game at all, which you should probably understand from the title.
It doesn't take a ton of time to play a match, so it's definitely not a time-vampire. It has a bunch of customizeable features as far are your team avatars go.
It's just a bunch of explody fun.