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Your favourite PC game?

What's your favourite games? Do you have some favourite species of games, some old games, which you return still after many years or prefer only new, fresh games? Write all what you want about games

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Just too many!!!! I guess it's Tomb Raider Legend, oh and Star Trek Elite Force II, I bought it when I was like... 9 or something and I loved it

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Morrowind, Oblivion, Fallout 3. Anything Bethesda Softworks do really .

And Tennis Elbow .
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Windows Pinball. Don;t play any other games anyomore...

Used to love Fallout (esp 2) and GTA Vice city (though I HATE cars, music in that game was soo great that it was worth playing).

SNES games on the other hand

EDIT- actually this thread makes me think that maybe I should play some games again...Tomorrow will ask my bro who is a huge gamer does he has anything interesting...By now, Im launching Pinball..

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freecell

i'm on a ~1300 game win streak

somehow i just can't get bored of this game
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Theme Hospital! ..and Diablo.
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Theme Hospital! ..and Diablo.


I rmemeber that.

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Tennis Elbow

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Crusader Kings II - The game is a dynasty simulator where the player controls a Medieval dynasty from 1066 to 1453. Through the strategic use of war, marriages and assassinations amongst many other things, the player works to achieve success for his or her dynasty. The simulation is open-ended so the definition of 'success' is completely defined by the player. [3]. The only in-game objective is to obtain as much prestige points to your dynasty as to surpass the various historically relevant Christian dynasties in a fictional prestige ranking (the three most prestigious ones being the Capetian dynasty, the Rurikovich and the von Habsburg). Game over happens when the player dies and doesn't have an heir from his dynasty to succeed him. The game employs a genetics and education system where children will inherit most traits, culture, religion and skills from their parents and guardian. This adds an additional strategy to marriages where a player will attempt to breed the best individuals to maximise the quality of future offspring.[4]
While a player can choose almost any landed noble to play, there are some which are unplayable without the use of mods, notably: Republics (such as Venice), Theocracies (most notably The Papacy) and landed Holy Orders/Mercenaries (for example, the Templars or the Catalan Company). Pagans are unplayable at the start of the game but you can convert to a Pagan religion and play freely. Muslims aren't playable without the Sword of Islam DLC. It was possible for the player to convert to Islam prior to the 1.06 patch though they had no special features.






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My faves: Tennis Elbow, Unreal Tournament, Quake Live, The Sims 3 (), F1 2010, Minecraft (), Trackmania Nations, Dead Island, GTA IV. I love playing multiplayer on almost all game species.

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Another one, for me, is Victoria II - Victoria II spans the globe from 1836 to the start of 1936 with over 200 playable nations.[6] Like its predecessor, Victoria II focuses on internal management, covering the industrialization and social/political changes in a country with dozens of different government types. The game gives a lot of importance to the economy of a country by having a complex market system with over 50 types of goods and factories.[6] While warfare is a component of the game it is not the primary focus as in other Paradox Interactive games such as the Hearts of Iron series.[7]






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Another one, for me, is Victoria II - Victoria II spans the globe from 1836 to the start of 1936 with over 200 playable nations.[6] Like its predecessor, Victoria II focuses on internal management, covering the industrialization and social/political changes in a country with dozens of different government types. The game gives a lot of importance to the economy of a country by having a complex market system with over 50 types of goods and factories.[6] While warfare is a component of the game it is not the primary focus as in other Paradox Interactive games such as the Hearts of Iron series.[7]
Oh God I love those kinds of games!!
where can I get it (for free)

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Oh God I love those kinds of games!!
where can I get it (for free)
Um I don't support piracy so I don't know. But you can get it on Steam for USD 19. That's pretty cheap.

And for the Historical Grand Strategy genre, it is the absolute best.




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