Could /tg/ show me their favorite games?
My steam account is worth about 300$, but I completed every game, I'm bored.
Any Platform, any genre, any decade.
Please add screenshots.
Extra Points for everything that is free!
Duelyst. It's a trading card game akin to magic or hearthstone but with a grid for units to move on. F2P but I wouldn't say P2W at all - no paid exclusive units (just planned aesthetics), legendaries take a quarter of the time to get than in HS, and every time a unit gets nerfed you can refund it for the full price. Is nice.
It's not perfect though, the current meta isn't that enjoyable and has irritating RNG creeping in, but it's still very fun.
Also is it's got about 30 "win in one turn" challenges which are like lil' puzzles
You are not a man until you have clean up a single Daggerfall's dungeon.
Left for Dead
Jedi Knight series
Shadow Of The Colossus
Prince Of Persia
Mount And Blade
King of Fighters
The Bards Tale
Crypt Of the Necrodancer
Devil May Cry
The Longest Journey
Metal Gear Solid
Leisure Suit Larry
Legends of Grimrock
Super Meat Boy
And some other stuff.
Mount and Fucking Blade: Warband, the Deus Vultening
Seconded. Try to find the hack that restores the hk50 missions to Kotor II
>>shitty game for casuals with funny pictures and animation
>>ever getting approved by the bureau
You've got to be shitting me
You're just mad that it's more popular than your egalitarian wizard poker
egalitarian. I'm gonna say it's autocrats fault
Clever trick casual, but you can't hide from me. You put Long War XCOM in there just so you could try and sneak Hearthstone in without us noticing. That may have worked on /v/ but unfortunately for you here at /tg/ we have a whole brain cell to share between us.
Thea and ToME have been eating up my time recently. Thea's like nightmare-fantasy Civ with crazy quests. ToME's just good old rougelike.
Along these lines, I haven't seen DwarfFort mentioned yet.
I do recommend Undertale.
Lately I've been playing Warlock The Arcane a lot. I like it a lot but it is basically Civ 5: Casual Fantasy Setting Edition.
There's a game called CONSORTIUM that is free on Steam right now. It's supposed to be an FPS with RPG elements and a home base system, which seems kinda like Deus Ex.
Speaking of, if you haven't played Deus Ex you're a faggot.
Also, get yourself DOOM. Look up /vr/'s doom threads for all the awesome mods and maps and shit. The community for that game is still going very strong.
FEZ (Fuck you, I liked it)
Portals 1 and 2
The Stanley Parable
The Talos Principle
The Void (Sweet game by Ice-Pick Lodge, the creators of Pathologic; this one actually has a good translation.)
(These are all mostly puzzle games, but SOMA is a horror/walking simulator?, FTL is a space rougelikelike, The Void is a survival...thing, Xenonauts is old XCOM with a decent UI, and Undertale is a short indie retro JRPG)
This is not a /tg/ thread. It doesn't even fit the "Commander Keen rule". Go back to /v/.
Dark Souls, X-COM: Enemy Within, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, Transformers: Devastation
Loom, and only play on hard mode or else you're a tone deaf faggot.
Sunless Sea and I hope you drown.
Sir, You Are Being Hunted, and I hope you get raped by robot gentry.
All the Tell Tales Games and I hope your waifu dies.
Playing Demonsteele 0.82 and Valiant: Vaccinated Edition in gzDOOM was one of the most intense action game experiences I've ever had the pleasure of playing.
Batman: Arkham series
Thief 1 + 2
Metal Gear Solid 1, 2, 3, V, Ac!d (Those are the only ones I've played personally, but Peace Walker is apparently great. I just can't emulate it on my phone and the controls are awkward on my computer.)
The Elder Scrolls
Paper Mario + TTYD
Styx: Master Of Shadows
Sly Cooper 2 + 3
I probably have more but those are some of the first stuff I think of. If you want something cheap from Steam, try Gunpoint, Undertale, Planetside 2, Spelunky, NEO Scavenger, Gang Beasts (If you have local friends/family, this one is brilliant), or Ironclad: Tactics. If you want outright free stuff, try Dwarf Fortress, Iji, Hero: Core, Cave Story, or just grab an emulator and some awesome older games. The GameCube, PS2, and Wii can all be emulated now if your system is good enough.
And fallen through the fucking floor at least twice.
Most important Daggerfall tip I ever heard - save regularly. Second most important - buy that spell that lets you create a teleport point, and set it at the beginning of the dungeon. That way when you're stuck deep inside the octopus orgy, or fall through the stairs, you can still get out.
Krosmaster. Collectible figs+cards, nice and tactical board game with an online version. Gameplay wise, it's very well designed, even though some figs are way too strong (fucking merkator). You can still deal with them if you have one of the few teams that counter them, and these are easy enough to build once you know what you're doing.
It's X-COM Apocalypse.
Come on, look at it.
In no other game can you order your team of robot bug people to shoot at blue, bipedal dildos in art deco/retro-futuristic places and also sometimes level a building that belongs to the police because you feel like 'fuck the police' then watch as your pimp flying bikes with lasers shoot at huge fungi in the sky.
Oh you also raid some evil cultists every now and then and steal their drugs so you can sell the drugs to other people.
Maybe do a stun raid where you raid a friendly building, stun the living shit out of every innocent bystander and steal the equipment for profit or later use.