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Old 09-03-2015, 18:45   #71
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Old 10-03-2015, 07:57   #72
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I'm playing Risen I on hard difficulty. It is quite a masochistic experience must admit. This game is brutal. But despite a lot of temptation, I have not switched to normal yet.
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Old 28-07-2015, 22:08   #73
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And did I mention my re-emergent Football Manager addiction?
Now that I have about 30 consecutive seconds to play a game, I found FM15 to be quite a good game. Somehow I'm aware that I'm not doing anything but spreadsheet balancing...

For Americans/Canadians eh among us, there's a hockey version of this game in the works: store.steampowered.com/app/301120/ I haven't played it or it's predecessors (maybe I can be bothered to try it), but it seems very similar as FM. If you're into spreadsheet balancing (and who isn't), give it a try.
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I finished Witcher 3. OMFG, this is best game ever. Provided your PC can handle it. But even on medium settings, it is gorgeous.
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started on The Witcher I a while ago. Quite like the game but then Fallout NV and EU IV got in the way
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I'm back to playing FM15 with the (quite absurd) goal of winning the Champions League with a team of regens (for those not in the know: the youngest players are 15 when the game starts; during the first season new 15 y.o. are spawned; pick them up and nurture them for the first team). It's a great game to think about when you're not playing.

I'm also playing Overwatch since about half a year. Man, that game is so bad and boring compared to Team Fortress 2. If TF2 wasn't intrinsically broken right now there wouldn't be a reason to play Overwatch... but it's fun to shoot some stuff.
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