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"collectible card game"
You have over 9000 games, so I didn't want to wait forever for my browser page to load your games list.;) LOL!
Do you have The Elder Scrolls: Legends? If so, what do you think of it? I am having a lot of fun playing it, and you really can play without spending a penny of real money. Now, I have spent money on purchasing Event Tickets (to play Solo Arena and Versus Arena), but I didn't need to. While a ticket costs 100 gold (or some real money, your choice), I didn't link my Bethesda account to my Twitch account until about a month ago. Doing that, and watching Streams of people playing ES:L (you don't even have to watch them, you can have it muted and minimized in the background if your wish) can get you 1500 Soul Gems, 600 Gold, or a Legendary Card Pack as a drop. So you can spend the gold from that to get Event Tickets.
So, if that sounds interesting, and you would like to play it (or you already own it and enjoy playing it), feel free to add me in the game and we can play some matches! I'm not the greatest player (even though I have over 100 hours played, a lot of that is in the Story Mode. I am trying to beat the Master difficulty for the final Dark Brotherhood Story battle). I go by the same name as I do on Steam and here.:)
Do you have The Elder Scrolls: Legends?
Do you have The Elder Scrolls: Legends?
everyone does. it's a free2play game.. ;)
LOL! Well, I know, but I meant if he has it in his Library at the moment.;)
Haven't gotten around to playing it but I've heard good things about the game. I typically don't add peeps for mp since I work on a variable shift which makes playing with others difficult.
I'm tempted to get Yu-gi-oh, but it didn't go on sale during the Summer sale :/. Hopefully it goes on sale during Christmas :D.
That's okay. I actually meant that you can add a person as a friend in the game. It will post a message while you are playing it that the person is playing the game, and you can challenge them to a match if you want to. That way, you don't have to pester them on Steam.:) If that sound cool, my name in the game is the same I have here.
Remember, you don't have to spend any money to get cards or the Dark Brotherhood story (you can spend some money if you want to support the devs, but it isn't necessary).
And let me know (if you want to) what you think of it once you get a chance to play it.:)
I've never played Yu-gi-oh (either the real card game or the computer game), but it looks cool.:)
Yeah, I'm not a huge fan of card games either :/
Have 0 hidden games >.>
not even the ones that you already own, like the ones from collections/deluxe/dlcs etc. ?
I know what games i own (Mostly) , and i just enter for stuff that is in my wishlist so i dont see the need to hide anything :P
I dont think i browsed the main page in over a year .
"5k achivements" on the tumbnail of the game.
Ditto. Any advertising of achievement number is an insta-hide.
Totally agree, games like these are what put achievement hunting, as pointless as it is, to new lows...
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"clicker", "online", "VR", "manager" and everything related to sports
Oh and most free to play games.
We have a lot of overlap: "clicker", "VR", "massively multiplayer", and "free to play." I will look at management games though.
How do you hide giveaways for f2p games? :>
I am not aware of a hide by genre/ categorie feature for this site, other the ESGST ones.
you can hide starter packs and dlc's which still should have tag f2p :)
I agree that I do not believe I am ready to take on a "soccer manager" game. Nevertheless, most everyone should be able to enjoy a properly crafted SIM game: "Ice cream manager." Pick the flavors, sneak in MSG, advertise non-GMO cones, hire cute personable staff, avoid brown sprinkles, stock organic soap in the bathroom, bribe officials to hide the toxic waste you are dumping behind the store.
lol, almost made me try it (was the toxic waste dumping that got my interest :)
Yes! All of this!
VR. Only because I'm extremely prone to motion sickness, which makes it unlikely that I'll ever get a VR headset :/.
Yep, same boat. The only VR I've ever tried was at 6 Flags Great Adventure on Zumanjaro Drop of Doom. It's short and includes actual movement so it doesn't count towards seeing if I'll get motion sick. I'm hoping to come across a demo at a store or something (I don't go to conventions) at some point to see if my suspicions are true.
VR doesn't cause nausea any more than a tight 100FOV game. the only instances of nausea in VR are when a game requires teleporting repeatedly to move around, or can't maintain 90+ FPS because it's shit.
Also +1. Every couple of months, I make a search for the word VR just to hide them.
- procedural generation
- visual novel
emphasis on anime and visual novel
pls don't kill me
Lol @ "difficult"
i dislike difficult games, it's not fun to die every 3 minutes 🤷
Didn't you play Dark Souls and Darkest Dungeon?
did i enjoy DS? no
and DD is hard at the begining, then it was ok.
Ah yes, now I remember ....
Nah I get you, it just sounds funny when just reading difficult. Like you just want it to be easy haha (not saying you do :D). Also because I've actually seen a few female (usually clickbait profile pic) accounts where it literally says they don't like to play "hard" games and that they only want simple, easy stuff, emphasis on want
The problem starts when they treat difficulty as a feature; like 80-90% of "difficult" platformers are just plain bad. And while I know that tags aren't necessarily accurate, I would rather take a deep game, than a difficult one. Learning to do better is great, but getting used to often overcomplicated systems isn't. :\
I'm not actually all to familiar with the difficult tag, I don't recall seeing it. Difficulty can be a feature for certain gamers that get enjoyment from the challenge itself rather than anything else, I however also prefer to play a deep game than it being difficult just for the sake of being difficult
The Steam tag "Difficult" almost never means "Satisfying challenge" but usually something like "Insanely difficult even for a hardcore gamer"
Well I meant more that it is the fact that it is difficult that's the fun for certain people, as in, they get satisfaction from a challenge xD
I'm with them. I won't necessarily hide a game that's tagged as "difficult", but it instantly throws up a caution flag.
If difficulty is listed as a "feature", or if I read "hard core" in the description, then I'm instantly weary of the game. I don't want a game that's difficult for difficulty's sake. I've got nothing to prove by playing a difficult game. I don't have the time to waste on a game that's designed to be difficult. I play games to relax and unwind, not to bang my head against a difficulty wall.
That's not to say that I don't enjoy a challenge, but it has to be fun in its own right. I just started playing Dishonored and I'm doing a no-kill, no-alert "ghost" run as my first playthrough - just because it's really fun and feels like the way the game is meant to be played. But if there was no quick-save, forget about it.
i totallly feel you.
i dont want to unnessecaryly stress myself in my free time.
Yeah, totally. I tried the Paper's Please demo, and while it was great, it was also incredibly stressful. It was not a pleasant experience, and I'm not sure why I'd want to stress myself out like that when I want to relax. :)
I just tried Breathedge, and the survival loop was terrible. You're basically doing the outer-space equivalent of chopping trees in a dark forest with a wooden axe that breaks after 4-5 trees, but you can only be out for as long as you can hold your breath before you start taking damage and have to run back home. And unlike normal video game breath, your character here can hold his breath about as long as I can. So it's a constant mad dash to run out, chop down a tree or two, then run back in for more air.
After half an hour I'd had enough as I wasn't having fun at all. I then tried the Story version, which gets rid of the air requirement entirely (as well as food and water, which actually haven't been an issue so far), but it turns out that chopping trees in a dark forest with an axe that breaks every 4-5 trees is about as fun as it sounds, even if you're able to do so for more than 60 seconds at a time.
lool sounds "fun"
i have to say that i generally am not a fan of survival type of games so that wouldnt be something for me as well.
of course there are games that even though they are challenging and that way stressful i still enjoy them as long as this is not a constant thing. for exapmple i just played guacamelee 2. some additional challenges and "dungeons" can be pretty hard, they still feel like im steadily progressing (after dying and trying again and again). and since death doesnt have any negative impact its ok to try over and over again. but the normal passages are usually not too demanding or even easy when youre already used to the controlls. and there are also towns and dialogs ... so thats a nice breather.
but i also like "little" games that can be played inbetween like HOGs or some 3-match games. they can be quite relaxing
I haven't played Guacamelee 2 yet, but I remember the tree in the middle of Guacamelee 1... Oh! The jump -> shift -> flying kick -> shift combo you had to repeat over and over again kept tripping me up, and if you miss one jump or mis-time one shift you fall back down to the bottom and have to start over again. I hated that tree! I was about ready to give up. I'm glad I finally made it through that part, as I enjoyed the rest of the game, but that section in the middle was incredibly frustrating!
My go-to relaxing game at the moment is Slay the Spire. It's turn-based so there's no time pressure, you can make some progress in even just a few minutes, and it's so much fun. Only downside is that I'll sit down for maybe 10 minutes, and then I'll get into it and won't want to stop, and next thing I know I've been up for an hour playing it when I should have been going to bed instead. :)
yeah those jump passages can be a pain.
there are enogh of those in Guacamelee 2 too :D
yeah sleep and gaming often dont get along together lol
Stupid sleep. If only I didn't have to sleep 7-8 hours a day, I could get so much more gaming done! ;)
Happy cake day!
so much truth it hurts >.<
Thank you ! :)
Survival + Early Access
Visual Novel + Anime
point and click adventure
Always: visual novel, tower defense, card game, grand strategy, VR, match 3, board game, clicker, pinball, city builder, text-based, dating sim, 4X, management
Over 90% of the time: RPGmaker, sports, simulation, bullet hell, memes, rhythm, JRPG, turn based, hex grid, hacking, MOBA, roguelike, anime, sandbox, RTS, Economy, runner
75-90% of the time: strategy, zombies, hidden object, casual
do you even play anything then - other than fps
Yup, I play a lot of different games.
Although to be fair, I do at least look a bit deeper before judging a game. If it's an early access title from a 'one man dev team', (how can 1 man be a team?), then it's almost certain to get to alpha 0.2 and then die when the teenager making the game gets bored and moves on. Otherwise I'll give it the benefit of the doubt and should it ever make it out of early access I"ll look again.
Early Access Survival
Early Access Survival
you know what that tag means
When it comes to the never-ending early access survival games...
It's okay, I'll buy your share of Early Access survival games. It seems to be some sort of compulsion for me.
Hey, tomorrow, one of them actually leaves Early Access! (The Long Dark). Yay...one out of...let's see...A LOT.
Haha, yeah it seems like the only ones that actually leave are those that focus on single player experiences more. All the multiplayer ones stay in early access for years it seems. (Or just get abandoned altogether).
You left out Crafting.
Of course, and the more obscure the means of crafting the better.
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Based on the motion picture... (okay, not always, but most of the time)
Multiplayer (when it's only MP)
you dare to say that...
I have tried, but little girls in lingerie do not want to play anime visual novels with me.... :(
;) ;) ;)
Maybe YOU should try being in lingerie? o.O
But... but... I am not a little girl....
....yet? ;) ;)
Hey, maybe it'll help, you never know! :D
most game with 'Strategy' tag (Turn-Based,RTS,Tower Defense etc)
That's really all, I think.
Anything with RPG (or any other genre) in title
Anything with "pixel", "poop" and similar funny things in title - generally games that pretend to be funny
I think I am a bit picky. Still - it doesn't stop me from having 550 games on wishlist. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
I think I am a bit picky.
I think I am a bit picky.
Nah. This is my flag list that makes me consider to insta-hide a game, it is just also collecting tags where I may hesitate:
'Game Development', 'Survival', 'Sports', 'Tower Defense', 'Dating Sim', 'Otome', 'FPS', 'LEGO', 'Software', 'Utilities', 'Dungeon Crawler', 'Hacking', 'Platformer', 'Twin Stick Shooter', '3D Platformer', 'MOBA', 'Simulation', 'Warhammer 40K', 'Choose Your Own Adventure', 'Warhammer 40k', 'Warhammer', 'Flight', 'Rogue-lite', 'Documentary', 'Rogue-like', '4X', 'Racing', 'Massively Multiplayer', 'Zombies', 'Sandbox', 'Bullet Hell', 'Online Co-Op', 'Movie', 'VR'
any reason why Warhammer 40k is on there twice :D ? And why Warhammer in general? (just curious)
The script it is a part of was case-sensitive and Steam has both 40k and 40K listed.
And I just don't really like that world. it is like as if they took every dark fantasy, ran it through a filter of "what would a 14-yo boy buy" and just went along with it.
Granted, it is a lot more original still than WarCraft, its talent-lacking clone. :D
"Lego"?!?! You monster.
They feel formula-based with some different skin and story put on the same game.
Well I guess that's true, you can't play too many back to back. But I figured they were pretty inoffensive, and if you have younger kids they are great, as they can be player two and feel like they are playing, even if you're doing all the work.
Sometimes it is the combination that turns ok phrases into something that has a high chance of being garbage, like "indie early access open-world survival" games, which basically only means that this is a low budget game with a lot of bugs and missing content and often no real story - especially when you throw "multiplayer" into the mix (even less content, more and severe bugs).
And with that said, I will add the tags that are most likely to make me look harder or reconsider any of the above: story rich, cyberpunk, choices matter, sci-fi, psychological horror, (outer) space, lovecraftian.
Maybe I sound a bit picky but none of this prevents me from having a big library, a huge wishlist or a big variety of games at my disposal.I think I like a lot more genres than I dislike.
For me there's only two: VR and Soundtrack.
However there are others that I probably won't enter and won't add to my wishlist on Steam:
multi-player only (there are exceptions)
mmo (there are exceptions)
Shoot 'em up
I'm not very picky about video games, but I can't play any of those. I suck at bullet hell, shoot 'em up, and rhythm games, so I never find them fun. Twin stick shooters nearly fall in this category too, but sometimes I can play them. I've never seen a hidden object game that looked interesting, and the one I tried I didn't enjoy.
For hidden object game you would like try...
Thanks for the rec. I think I bought it in a bundle sometime. Have to fish it out.