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In fact, there really is a minigame you can play on your "hunter mate" pda. But no "gut your kill" minigame. :p

And yeah, you don't have to spend hours with waiting for something. You usually walk around, listen to sounds / trails, track the animal for a while and then try to hit it.

People say that theHunter is the best hunting simulation currently available. I personally can't judge that, as I never really played any.

Edited by Lexx, 27 June 2012 - 06:07 AM.


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Just got WH40K Space Marine for UKŁ 4.99 on Steam. I feel like senseless FPS ork-slaying for a bit so at that price it would seem rude not to. I think Sniper Elite V2 is too expensive right now at almost thirty quid.

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I love Space Marine. And the multiplayer was a blast while it was populated.

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Finished Max Payne 3 singleplayer campaign. Excellent game.

MP3 shows how third-person shooters are done right.

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Braid.
Pretty good puzzles and some ok platforming.
Just a shame that any attempt at storyline fails.

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im definitely looking forward to getting max payne 3 once it drops to around $30 or so

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Steam sale, maybe. And if I can download all 30 gigs of it at work somehow :p How is the story in the game by the way ?

Right now, not too taken with Runaway so will try to kill it off for completion's sake.

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How is the story in the game by the way ?

Manly, no-nonsense, no-bull**** Max Payne stuff.

Also, the soundtrack is heavenly.

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35 gigs is a lot. That would take whole days to get for the average internet connection. It's keeping me from getting it on steam anyway.

Edited by Gorgon, 28 June 2012 - 01:58 PM.


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My Steam folder says 28.6 GB, and that includes pre-order DLC too.

It's worth it.

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Finished Max Payne 3 singleplayer campaign. Excellent game.

MP3 shows how third-person shooters are done right.

You sir, are a man of discerning taste. I tip my hat to you.

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Finally nearing the point in FO:NV that I can attempt the DLC. I'm at level 28 now, and counting.

This time I decided to do a lot of the outside New Vegas quests first. I haven't even made it inside the strip yet.

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Do you mean Lonesome Road? I think this is the only DLC where I would suggest a level of 28 or higher. Honest Hearts can be done easily on level 5, Dead Money on level 10 and Old World Blues on level 15+. That's how I did them the last time I played FNV and it was working quite good (but then again, I find Honest Hearts a lot more interesting with Brush Gun and Anti-Materiel Rifle wielding White Legs. Somehow fits the setting quite good).

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I did not know that. I figured they all needed me to be high level.

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It get's a bit weird when the tribals scale to carry .50 bmg

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Just finished Spec Ops: the Line; I think I might have developed fictional PTSD from playing this game. Remember all those complaints about "realistic shooters" not showing the real side of war. Well this game just delves right into it, it stands pretty well as a story but the playable sections elevate the emotion.
I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys third person shooters and Apocalypse Now.

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Still playing NWN 2 with a little Divinity 2: DKS on the side.

Despite some issues, I'm enjoying NWN 2 more than I did the last time I played. Never played the expansions, so when the OC is done, I'll move on to MotB and then SoZ.

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Just finished Spec Ops: the Line; I think I might have developed fictional PTSD from playing this game. Remember all those complaints about "realistic shooters" not showing the real side of war. Well this game just delves right into it, it stands pretty well as a story but the playable sections elevate the emotion.
I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys third person shooters and Apocalypse Now.

I keep hearing good things about this. But am unwilling to plop down $50 for a modern shooter. C'mon Steam sale.

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Finished Max Payne 3 singleplayer campaign. Excellent game.

MP3 shows how third-person shooters are done right.

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LMFAO! Seriously! OMFG.

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Just finished Spec Ops: the Line; I think I might have developed fictional PTSD from playing this game. Remember all those complaints about "realistic shooters" not showing the real side of war. Well this game just delves right into it, it stands pretty well as a story but the playable sections elevate the emotion.
I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys third person shooters and Apocalypse Now.

I keep hearing good things about this. But am unwilling to plop down $50 for a modern shooter. C'mon Steam sale.


http://cdkeysdiscount.com/

~20€.

Tested and it works.




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