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Stuff waiting in my Steam queue

From: Deuce | Posted: December 18, 2019, 17:08:13 | Message Detail | Quote | #001
All waiting to be played. Largely the result of wasting the last 13 months on nothing but Fallout 76.

Alan Wake
Codename: Panzers - Cold War
Command and Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight
Dishonored 2
Dishonored: Death of the Outsider
Dying Light
Far Cry 5
Far Cry Primal
Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor
Middle-earth: Shadow of War
Resident Evil 6
Risen 3
STALKER: Call of Pripyat
STALKER: Clear Sky
Victor Vran
Wasteland 2


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From: Ozzmark | Posted: December 21, 2019, 1:12:20 | Message Detail | Quote | #002
While I haven't played a game in like 7 years, Stalker was amazing when it came out and don't forget S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat if you have not played it, #3 in the series.
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From: Deuce | Posted: December 22, 2019, 21:39:44 | Message Detail | Quote | #003
My main issue with the other STALKER games right now is the lack of controller support. An injury to my left arm last year caused permanent numbness on the two smallest fingers, so trying to play with a keyboard is a bit clunky.

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From: Lobsterpunch | Posted: December 24, 2019, 15:22:28 | Message Detail | Quote | #004
Ouch. Mind if I ask how that happened?
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From: Deuce | Posted: December 24, 2019, 19:24:26 | Message Detail | Quote | #005
Hit my elbow on something so hard that it damaged the nerve that runs along the outer part of the arm towards the hand. I've adjusted to the general numbness pretty well, but bending it or putting pressure on it makes those fingers sting like a bastard. The biggest adjustment has been with how I sleep since the only way I used to do it was with the left arm under the pillow, which is obviously out of the question now.

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From: Useless | Posted: December 25, 2019, 5:41:15 | Message Detail | Quote | #006
How is this the first I'm hearing of this injury?
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Everyone out of the universe, quick!
From: Deuce | Posted: December 28, 2019, 3:49:35 | Message Detail | Quote | #007
Not exactly hard considering I haven't been back to Illinois in more than two and a half years, and it's not like people post here much these days.

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Boredom's not a burden anyone should bear.
From: BlaargGaakSnort | Posted: January 6, 2020, 2:41:36 | Message Detail | Quote | #008
Sounds like someone is deferring the blame of never visiting GA....
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From: Useless | Posted: January 6, 2020, 4:12:08 | Message Detail | Quote | #009
I visited GA once in my life and have no desire to repeat the experience.
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From: Lethal | Posted: January 24, 2020, 1:52:28 | Message Detail | Quote | #010
Deuce Said:
Hit my elbow on something so hard that it damaged the nerve that runs along the outer part of the arm towards the hand. I've adjusted to the general numbness pretty well, but bending it or putting pressure on it makes those fingers sting like a bastard. The biggest adjustment has been with how I sleep since the only way I used to do it was with the left arm under the pillow, which is obviously out of the question now.

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Yikes...

I've had one decent nerve injury in my dominant hand (right) and it is by no means debilitating, but after all these years later the permanent effect of this (besides some pretty badass scarring) is that if I touch the bottom joint of my right-hand ring finger, I feel it at the tip of my right-hand ring finger. Not particularly exciting, but the nerve programming never did sort itself out like they said it should.
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From: Deuce | Posted: May 16, 2020, 6:54:58 | Message Detail | Quote | #011
Well my Steam queue is completely ridiculous now thanks to Square putting out these relief bundles. A bunch of it is older junk that people would never really play anyway, but quite a bit of it is stuff I could spend hundreds of hours on.

https://www.gamespot.com/articles/get-54-steam-games-for-under-40-in-latest-square-e/1100-6477051/

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From: Link Dude | Posted: July 26, 2020, 0:51:36 | Message Detail | Quote | #012
I've pretty much only been playing Town of Salem on steam lately. And by playing I mean intentionally throwing every game.
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From: Talic | Posted: July 27, 2020, 5:44:49 | Message Detail | Quote | #013
Finally beat the FF7 Remake. Very meh.

Now I'm debating on if I should start The Last of Us 2 or do something like pokemon because I don't seem to have more than like 15 minutes at a time to really play video games.
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From: BlaargGaakSnort | Posted: July 30, 2020, 3:04:08 | Message Detail | Quote | #014
Last of Us 2 is even better than the first one. However, you will not be able to play for only 15 minutes at a time.
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In the end, it was not guns or bombs that defeated the aliens, but that humblest of all God's creatures, the Tyrannosaurus Rex.
From: Talic | Posted: July 30, 2020, 10:26:55 | Message Detail | Quote | #015
Yeah. I want to make sure that I can actually sit down and enjoy it.

I'm honestly a bit nervous that it's supposedly even better than the first game. That's crazy! Fuck. I probably will start it soon then.
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From: Talic | Posted: July 30, 2020, 10:28:17 | Message Detail | Quote | #016
Also Deuce, Shadow of Mordor and War are legit amazing games that you need to start. They're much better than Fallout 76
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From: Deuce | Posted: August 10, 2020, 17:47:45 | Message Detail | Quote | #017
I can't seem to escape from Fallout 76 though. I'm considering jumping to Elder Scrolls Online since it feels like Starfield is at least 2 years away still, but somehow I just don't feel the enthusiasm I'd need in order to start another thousand hour endeavor like that.

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Hostis humani generis.
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From: Deuce | Posted: September 8, 2020, 16:25:46 | Message Detail | Quote | #018
I'm so tempted to add Wasteland 3 to my queue, but then I remember that Wasteland 2 is already in there and I haven't gotten around to playing it yet.

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Hostis humani generis.
Boredom's not a burden anyone should bear.
From: BlaargGaakSnort | Posted: September 9, 2020, 14:50:23 | Message Detail | Quote | #019
I've only touched Killing Floor 2 occasionally (best free PSN game ever), due to work schedule and kids/school schedules.... This year might be the first time I don't buy a new console in a LONG time, because of it.
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From: Talic | Posted: September 16, 2020, 8:55:56 | Message Detail | Quote | #020
I'm glad that a got so frustrated with 76 in the beginning that I just refuse to play it now. I legit can imagine myself never putting it down either because of the nature of the game.

Heck I restarted New Vegas a couple months ago and I was immediately hooked again.

Now I shifted to The Last of Us 2 and that game is so awesome
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IIRC, Africa gave us AIDS.
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From: Deuce | Posted: November 2, 2020, 19:50:38 | Message Detail | Quote | #021
I started Elder Scrolls Online finally. I'm not a big fan of the combat, but there's tons of ground to cover and they definitely spent a lot more time on the lore aspects of it compared to what went into Fallout 76. I figure it'll easily keep me occupied until Starfield comes out.

I also started playing Wasteland 2 a bit, and it's entertaining enough to make me want to play Wasteland 3. Much smaller games obviously, but worth catching during Steam sales.

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From: Deuce | Posted: June 16, 2021, 22:54:41 | Message Detail | Quote | #022
Badly need to get my hands on a new graphics card now that Starfield has a tentative release date. Hopefully by this time next year, they're not as heavily scalped.

Meanwhile, the Steam summer sale starts soon, and all I've knocked off this list so far is Far Cry Primal and Wasteland 2.

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From: Deuce | Posted: August 26, 2021, 20:39:33 | Message Detail | Quote | #023
Eventually there'll be more versions of Skyrim in my Steam library than there are other games that I've actually played.

Meanwhile, someone at work was trying to sell their Switch, and I considered it until I checked what they have on virtual console these days. Sucks that they don't have some of the stuff that you used to be able to get on virtual console for the Wii.

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From: Talic | Posted: August 27, 2021, 8:54:55 | Message Detail | Quote | #024
I have bought Skyrim maybe 4 times and put in probably 400 hours into the game easy, but I was honestly just thinking that I'd love to replay that and New Vegas.

Playing cyberpunk now. That's a fun game
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IIRC, Africa gave us AIDS.
I would take it in the ass from Harrison Ford tbqh