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post #3886 of 4115
What are some good games that are fun but not like work? I still haven't gotten 1/10 the way through Skyrim (or even Fallout 3 for that matter), because all those quests and shit are a pain in the ass.

I'm getting tired of Doodle Jump on my phone yall.
post #3887 of 4115
Kind of a late question since everyone is already doing it, but what is the most simple way to get a controller for my PC. I've had Super Meat Boy for a long time, as well as Trine 2, and after watching the doc on Indi Games I really want to play both of them. I just wan't something responsive and hassle free.
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Bushido Blade, the most underrated fighting game of all time and my favorite by far, is a game of skill. 

That game is excellent and I play it frequently to this day. 

Game is over in a blow or two and then....the PS1....loading times....
post #3888 of 4115

Play survival

post #3889 of 4115
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Originally Posted by Reggs View Post

Kind of a late question since everyone is already doing it, but what is the most simple way to get a controller for my PC. I've had Super Meat Boy for a long time, as well as Trine 2, and after watching the doc on Indi Games I really want to play both of them. I just wan't something responsive and hassle free.
Game is over in a blow or two and then....the PS1....loading times....

 

Wired xbox 360 controller.

post #3890 of 4115
Wired 360 controller works instantly. PS3 controller works perfectly too, but you need dedicated drivers (MotionInJoy). The PS4 controller is supposed to work without dedicated drivers. Not sure whether this implies at a loss of features (rumble, for example).
post #3891 of 4115
Bought witcher 2. Really regret it. Gameplay mechanics just have so much going on and it looks like my new computer can't really handle it too well. Fps is lower than I like even at a medium spec. Would upgrading ram help?
post #3892 of 4115
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Bought witcher 2. Really regret it. Gameplay mechanics just have so much going on and it looks like my new computer can't really handle it too well. Fps is lower than I like even at a medium spec. Would upgrading ram help?
Your "new" computer can't handle The Witcher 2? That's odd. Specs?
post #3893 of 4115
it can handle it just not very smooth. 3.5 ghz i7 (i 4771), 8 gb ram, gtx 775m 2gb. its a laptop gpu maybe that's part of the problem. its an iMac so maybe witcher 2 doesn't run on apple osx that well? i priced out a diy computer build with similar specs and with the 27 in ips monitor the iMac came down to like 2, 300 more so got the iMac instead. kind of partially regretting it because it doesn't have hdmi like the dell xps one, which would have ben nice had i wanted to use the nice monitor with a potential ps4 in the future
post #3894 of 4115
Have you reduced the resolution? Your hardware should definitely be able to cope with high settings at 1920x1080. Just turn uber-sampling off, to be sure.
Are your drivers up to date?

Notebookcheck says:
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The graphics performance of the GeForce GTX 775M should be almost identical to the GTX 680M, making it somewhat faster than the Radeon HD 7970M. The GPU has enough power to run demanding games of 2012 and 2013 fluently with Full HD resolution and maxed out graphical settings. Only extremely demanding titles like The Witcher 2 will not run fluently in ultra settings. Battlefield 3, Skyrim and Crysis 2, for example, are playable at the highest detail settings.
post #3895 of 4115

Yeah you should be able to run that med-low just fine...

post #3896 of 4115
Just started playing Need For Speed Rivals. I never played a NFS game before and have to say that this is really fun. I've been too lazy to sign up for an Origins account, but am looking forward to it because the idea of being a cop and messing up someone else's game seems pretty sweet.
post #3897 of 4115
Anyone playing Rust?
post #3898 of 4115
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Anyone playing Rust?

My brother and his friends have a group that get together and play Rust. They're pretty beastly in their server. I might get in for $20 and play.

Hearthstone has been one of the more addicting games I've played in a while. HOURS will melt by without notice as you try to draw the right card to own your opponent. I've sunk $16 into the Arena mode with the rest of my runs supported by game earned gold.
post #3899 of 4115
Battlefield commander for ipad is addicting. Nothing like being able to level up your soldier while at the office. biggrin.gif
post #3900 of 4115
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Originally Posted by whiteslashasian View Post

My brother and his friends have a group that get together and play Rust. They're pretty beastly in their server. I might get in for $20 and play.

Hearthstone has been one of the more addicting games I've played in a while. HOURS will melt by without notice as you try to draw the right card to own your opponent. I've sunk $16 into the Arena mode with the rest of my runs supported by game earned gold.

I finally managed to stop buying arenaruns for cash after spending north of 40 bucks on it. Shit's so addictive.
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