Earlier today I criticised, and not without good reason, the steam library of fellow forum person TheisEjsing in another thread somewhere on these boards. Since it's only fair then to let other people cast an eye over my own library and because I'm actually quite curious about what the other geeks over here are playing, I thought to myself: "Why not start a new thread where we can share and harshly*, but fairly, criticise each others game libraries?". And after having had that thought I actually decided to take action and do it, so I made (or actually am making while I type this) this thread. So I'll start with my Steam library... *drum ruffle*
As you can see it's a very tiny one (I've seen quite a few people with hundreds of games in their libraries!(!!!!)) that easily fits in one small screenshot, even though I've had a Steam account since forever. I also spend quite a bit of time gaming, but I just buy maybe 3 or 4 games a year max (not counting DLCs and such). I do own some old games from the pre-Steam era like the original Black Isle games from when I was a kid (Baldur's Gate on 5 cd's not counting Tales of the Sword Coast ring a bell to anyone? ). I also own some non-steam games, mainly the Mass Effect and Dragon Age series on Origin (which I know some people here hate a lot ) and I've played some MMOs over the years that I ran away from because I was too anti-social or because some fellow guild members were too anti-social or whatever: Lord of the Rings Online, Star Wars: The Old Republic, Elder Scrolls Online and a bit of Eve Online. I've lost interest in Lotro and Swtor years ago and never was able to find a good guild for ESO, a pity that since I love Elder Scrolls and ESO isn't that bad for an MMO.
As for my Steam library: some games in it I like more than others. Crusader Kings II I've never even played, it was free a few weeks ago (and now Paradox wants me to buy the bazillion DLCs for that game, I guess). I spent most time on TW:Warhammer 1&2 by far, so much I'm ashamed to mention the combined total of hours One other game from my list I'd like to mention is Age of Wonders 3, made by the pretty small Triumph Studios (fellow Dutchies \o/): I'm guessing it's not incredibly well known, but if you like (fantasy) turn-based strategy I can only recommend it. The older games from the series are great too but pretty ancient now. Age of Wonders 4 is expected to be announced later this month.
Now, have you ever seen such a fine bundle of pc gaming greatness? And what are you peeps playing? Show me show me show me!!!
* In case you couldn't tell, I mean harshly in the "*wink wink* "-type of way
Edit: lots of grammar mistakes and for some reason I called Age of Wonders real-time while it's actually one of the dying kind called turn-based strategy
Edited by Rhaeg, 05 May 2018 - 10:41 AM.