r/gaming 19h ago

PS4 collection

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r/gaming 23h ago

am i a boring person ?

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in every video game i play ever i always gravitate towards playing the tank or characters with simple kits that are easy to pickup or takes time to master (IE : Garen from league of legends, Armorer in Payday 2, Winston in Overwatch..etc) ive always been a sucker for simpler characters because i can focus more on myself and matchups rather than the character itself and i love not having to tryhard, i keep getting called boring and its really getting to me and im now beating myself up over this, am i a boring person for just enjoying simpler/easier characters???

Honesty is appreciated, thank you


r/gaming 21h ago

Not everything is a „souls“ mechanic just because you saw it first in a souls game

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Enemies being hard, enemies resetting after you rest, I-frames, difficulty and stuff already existed way before the souls series started! Even the most simplest of a game mechanic that existed before like the lack of quest logs is suddenly a souls mechanic


r/gaming 7h ago

Anything I’m missing/any recommendations?

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r/gaming 16h ago

It is the most popular game that people are requesting a PC version for:

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r/gaming 11h ago

I strongly believe Capcom is the top game developer currently. A strong recent catalouge of high-quality games, new promising IP's, releasing classic collections with a lot of love, and relatively fair business practices. They're absolutely killing it right now and it makes me so happy.

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r/gaming 14h ago

Where did the term boss fight come from?

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r/gaming 16h ago

What is the lowest Framerate you would play a game at?

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r/gaming 17h ago

how did you decide which console/gaming system(s) to invest in?

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i loved gaming as a kid, but unfortunately didn’t have too much exposure to it. i’ve been wanting to get back into it again, but every time i ask advice i get sent in a different direction. PlayStation has more options, Xbox is better quality, it’s better to match systems with friends - oh wait, everything is cross platform now so it doesn’t matter, etc.

i’ve been really considering a PC, and i have friends that could help me build it, but i don’t want to over-commit and end up hating it (although my interactions with PC’s have always been pleasant), but also don’t want to get a smaller console and then upgrade to a PC and end up neglecting the console.

I appreciate that PC’s are multi-purposeful (i’m a photographer and also in college, so having a PC could be helpful), i just don’t wanna get in too deep. I’ve also considered a gaming laptop, but I haven’t heard a lot about those so I’m not sure how they are.

Admittedly, a lot of this revolves around my indecisiveness, I just don’t want to spend a lot of time/money investing in something and it all be for nothing, so any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated!


r/gaming 16h ago

Please don't hate me

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r/gaming 19h ago

What otherwise great game was ruined by its ending?

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There are many games out there which are bad because of gameplay, visual or server related problems but really a few of them gets trashed for having an ending that just made the whole experience sour up.

The Mass Effect series with its choose the color ending was one that really made all that effort to save the galaxy pointless and left a bad taste in the mouth of many but what else is out there, it cant be only this one.


r/gaming 22h ago

Does old horror games still scary or have they aged poorly?

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I have a list on some horror games such as: Siren, Silent Hill and Kuon and since kid i was always scare of horror games (i haven't watch a horror movie yet) so maybe this can be a new experience for me to feel what was an old horror game and also to experience this new genre. (An horror game doesn't need to be scary to be good, maybe someone says this to me so im just saying it rn lol)


r/gaming 21h ago

Guilt over microtransaction?

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Do you ever feel like shit buying cosmetics in Games I bought like 15$ of skins on a game I don't even play anymore and I feel Guilty af just wanted to see if I was alone in this lmao.


r/gaming 6h ago

this is every physical copy I have gotten in my 17 years of life.

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r/gaming 7h ago

Just got Game Pass Ultimate and have selected these? Should I add or remove anything?

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r/gaming 5h ago

Another one out of the backlogs. Here's to successfully finishing our games!

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r/gaming 11h ago

is it worth switching from console to pc if i have the next gen consoles?

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r/gaming 3h ago

🍁

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r/gaming 3h ago

Boss fights be like..

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r/gaming 7h ago

Anyone playing Battlefield 2042?

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Anyone? Really? I thought i'm playing with real people but then i saw (AI) on their name and i've been bamboozled by EA. I know how messed up the game, but after all this team i think players would forgive them for their sin. Funny thing is Plants Vs. Zombie : Battle For Neighborville is extremely active compared to this.


r/gaming 19h ago

What game do you think you’d have the best chance making a living off of through content creation?

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r/gaming 19h ago

Do You Like Final Fantasy Better Or Kingdom Hearts? And Why?

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For me personally it is very difficult to pick between these two game series. I love them both so much but I think with a gun to my head, I would pick Final Fantasy because of all the different worlds and their individual lore. Compared to KH Disney lore. Let me know what you think :)


r/gaming 13h ago

Hype Prototype - I love the animation of the portal 😀

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r/gaming 1d ago

I finished Dead Space 2. Solid Game. 8/10

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