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>Brigador: Up-Armored Edition - Stellar Jockeys & Gaussworks
I've been dying for another good mech game since Titanfall 2. This looked decent enough, gameplay hasn't really sold me yet, but I'm less than 2 hours in.

>Final Fantasy 7 (not the remake) - Square Enix

Bf bought this for me as a Christmas gift (I got him Ori and the Blind Forest), always wanted to get into FF, thought 7 was a pretty good place to start.

>Project Zomboid

It's a good online zombie survival game. Kind of janky at times, but it's got charm. I used to be a part of a big-ish Unturned Military RP server, so my familiary with DayZ inspired games should be good enough.


because I played Yume Nikki and want more of them RPGmaker 2003 fever dreams.


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well if i'm being honest, i havent played a whole lotta vidya lately. i'll give what ive acquired during the last 3 or 4 months
>Cruelty Squad
an absolute fever dream of an immersive sim. imagine deus ex but JC denton dropped 4 tabs of acid and a bottle of nyquil before going on every mission. it's grotesque, it's an assault on the eyes, even the brown note soundscape leaves something to be desired, but good fucking god is it fun.
>hypnospace outlaw
fun little internet detective game. you basically browse web 1.0 sites reminiscent of the late 90s and look for things that break the rules of the service. it's a far more chillaxed game, one you can just kinda take at your own pace.
>Void Bastards
a nice little roguelike FPS where you hop around to different tiles on the map, then you can go get supplies, say hi to the crew (theyre usually hostile), and other stuff. honestly i have a hard time describing this one, but it's a fun game for sure.
>potion craft
early access title, so not everything's done yet. a fun game to play in short 1 or 2 hour sessions, i've come to find. you basically play as an alchemist, brewing & discovering new potions and selling em for a profit. customers never leave your store, so it's another game you can play at your own pace


Hypnospace Outlaw, thanks for the recommendation. I am enamored with the style (from what I see so far). I'm also getting into Bitburner on the topic of relaxed internet-related vidya.


Hypnospace outlaw does have a very interesting style to it. It manages to remain unique while also being reminiscent of that time, which I quite enjoy. Unfortunately, there's not much interaction beyond people reacting to actions you take in the game, but I feel like that really adds to the charm.
I've looked at this for a bit, but I'm not really sure what it's about. Is it just like a programming game or is there more to it?


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Bitburner is actually not completely programming from what I've seen, it's a mainly text-based game that takes place in a black and green terminal where you play a hacker in a cyberpunk dystopia. There are RPG elements to it, you can buy augments for your character, progress skill trees, etc.

A friend of mine, a computer science guy, is the one getting me into it. But I haven't played the game yet so I'm unsure of how exactly it works kek. One thing I've yet to see is the goal of the game, you can acquire money, converse with NPCs, and a few other things, but I have no idea what It's all going towards.


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>alright update after playing about an hour of it,
Bitburner is pretty much just a competent and entertaining clicker game where you try to acquire as much currency as possible and build a hacking empire.

it is fun though, it'll at least be an entertaining climb to the top level.


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Oh it's a clicker? Dang, i was kinda hoping it would actually be a text adventure lul. Ah well, I'll still check it out after I get some time away from work


Played a little bit more of it, and it's surprisingly fun. Coding makes for a good puzzle mechanic. Even if the puzzle has about 15 different answers.

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