Need some advice

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Feb 29, 2012
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I need some advice on a game. I don't generally play games on my computer, I haven't owned a console system since the original Playstation and that never really got used. The last time I spent any significant time playing games was on the Sega Genesis. So here is my question, I have an itch to play a game(s) but I am really out of touch with what is out there. In the past I have enjoyed playing the original Diablo but never spent much time playing it after the first level. I used to love playing the Carnivore series and Cabela's games. My computer should not have any trouble playing games so I just need some recommendations. For those going to ask I have a i7 2600k, Asrock Extreme 4, 16gb ram, Samsung EVO 750 GB SSD and EVGA 560 video card. I am not looking to spend hours of time playing. Just something I can progress on and is engaging. RPG is fine as long as I don't need to find the dark orc pancreas on level one to fuel the fluxcapacitor on level 2 to achieve nirvana on level three so I can travel through time to buy a can opener to save princess Natalia from the James and the Giant Peach(can). I also don't want to play something WoW or any other online world games, this lone wolf likes to hunt solo. That being said and for others who may be wondering, I don't live in my mom's basement and yes I have been laid (married with 2 kids)
 

Morphene

Weaksauce
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Since you enjoyed the original Diablo, i suggest you check out Path of Exile on Steam, its a truly free to play action-rpg, and not pay to win. As well, Another RPG to check out is The Elder Scrolls IV: Skyrim, huge open world, non-linear style game, where you can do anything you want to do, when you want. Also, you could check out the Fallout Series(Fallout 3, and Fallout:New Vegas)
 
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Since you enjoyed the original Diablo, i suggest you check out Path of Exile on Steam, its a truly free to play action-rpg, and not pay to win. As well, Another RPG to check out is The Elder Scrolls IV: Skyrim, huge open world, non-linear style game, where you can do anything you want to do, when you want. Also, you could check out the Fallout Series(Fallout 3, and Fallout:New Vegas)


Thanks, I'll take a look.
 

mdma11

Limp Gawd
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Mafia, the first one. Old graphics but oh what a game it is. The story is amazing.
 
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