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hkanz
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BOTW, I've lost some interest in it though since I have most of the shrines...

eccentrrick
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Diablo 3 (Necromancer~). I'm trying to do a build around corpse lance.
Divinity: Original Sins Enhanced edition. Got it on sale on steam, but since D3's Necromancer expansion was released.. I stopped playing Divinity. I was super excited too >_<

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The Division, Forza Horizon 3 and as of Aug 18... Agents of Mayhem

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I only play Multiplayer steam games like L4D2, CS:GO, Payday2 biggrin and those that for lower specs PC, cause I'm don't really like too 3DHD game too much, makes me headache everytime I play that games. dead


PS: it's just my PC is so lame shy

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I picked up an actual copy of Nocturne and am replaying that. I finished P5 a bit ago, too.

Karonhioktha
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Finally started playing Dragon Age Origins for the first time. It's been in my backlog for years.
It's pretty fun. Took a bit of time to get used to the PC controls and fighting mechanic, but I can see myself getting lost into the game.

I've been told to steer clear of the other Dragon Age games though, shame.

lambchopsil
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Quote from Karonhioktha
Finally started playing Dragon Age Origins for the first time. It's been in my backlog for years.
It's pretty fun. Took a bit of time to get used to the PC controls and fighting mechanic, but I can see myself getting lost into the game.

I've been told to steer clear of the other Dragon Age games though, shame.

Honestly, it depends on what you like about Dragon Age. I personally liked all 3.

Dragon Age 2 is less "tactical" and more "action-y" because you rarely will pause for combat. Instead you'll be mashing the attack/spell buttons. And the setting is different because you're stuck in essentially a single city (but time passes).

Inquisition is more open-world stuff and a lot of exploration. It's easy to get bogged down by all the side quests.

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Dragons Dogma: Dark Arisen just got re-released for Xbox One (never got my hands on a copy for the 360), so I'm playing that until october 17 when Elex has its release...

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Back into Path of Exile again! I'm playing with my BF and my friend. :3 I feel so squishy in Path of exile since I went all DPS. The boss fights make me feel useless because I just pop with one hit. ._.;

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Dragon Age 2 is less "tactical" and more "action-y" because you rarely will pause for combat. Instead you'll be mashing the attack/spell buttons. And the setting is different because you're stuck in essentially a single city (but time passes).

Inquisition is more open-world stuff and a lot of exploration. It's easy to get bogged down by all the side quests.


Thanks for the advice. I guess I should just look at them as being "different" from Origins, and take the games as totally new Dragon Age games; almost as standalone games.
Looking forwards to playing them in the future!

Aremon
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No. The three Dragon Age games are not exactly standalone. The games are very much connected although you DO play different main characters in all three. Almost all major decisions in the first two games affect the third in some way. At least as long as you keep importing the saves, though there is a workaround for that in the Dragon Age Keep (Lots of spoilers in there though, but you need to sign in to find them...) if you like me got the three games for different platforms. PC and Xbox in my case.

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As Aremon mentioned, the Dragon Age games have a feature where you can import a save from a previous game as it tracks what decisions you make and will slightly change things based on those decisions. The same thing happens in another of Bioware's major series, Mass Effect.

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Karonhioktha
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Thanks you two, the info helped a lot. Pretty excited to play them now.

Also for Aremon, hope you enjoy Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen. It can be hit-or-miss with some people. Don't try to compare it to Dark Souls, Skyrim, etc. like other people do. It's its own game. I had a lot of fun with it though.

Aremon
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No worries about that... I got a couple of hundred hours in the original Dragons Dogma...

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