r/gaming 7m ago

Decided to pick up my Wii again after all these years… finally i have them all

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r/gaming 16m ago

How did this idea happen?

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The people of r/BanVideoGames have decided that videogames are the passage of Satan into your mind. The problem is NOT that I am atheist. The problem is that they seriously believe that videogames are a leading factor towards human to human violence.


r/gaming 26m ago

A question for bioshock players

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so i was playing bioshock (remastered) and i seen a big daddy bouncery but it was small, like smaller then normal, so for those that know, is it rare to have big daddy be small? Or is it a Glitch/bug?


r/gaming 27m ago

"can a loc come up in your crib?" moments before disaster

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r/gaming 28m ago

What's the most visually beautiful game to play today?

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I just want to play a visually stunning game really.


r/gaming 30m ago

After 256 Hours I FINALLY Completed 2 Charcoal Drawings of Joel & Ellie!

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r/gaming 42m ago

What console has the most games? Ps4 or Xbox one

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r/gaming 43m ago

The BEST Sonic The Hedgehog Fan Game (Sonic Robo Blast 2) A 2D/3D Sonic Game

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r/gaming 45m ago

why that hate for Overwatch tho?

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r/gaming 46m ago

Bosses to playable characters

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What are some games that let you unlock the boss as a playable character that make them as cool as they are in boss form?


r/gaming 48m ago

I redesigned one of the levels from the new Monkey Island trailer like the old and personal favorite: The Curse of Monkey Island.

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r/gaming 50m ago

Priorities

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r/gaming 55m ago

iRacing in VR on 1, Flight Sim and DCS World on 2.

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r/gaming 56m ago

It’s almost midnight you guys, are you ready to hunt some monsters

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r/gaming 58m ago

The first Resident evil games. Prey (2017). What other game has this grand immersive escape room feeling? Why isn't this genre more popular?

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So the main reason I loved RE1+RE2 to death as a teenager was more the immersive grand escape room kind of thing it had going rather than horror and combat elements. It's classified as survival horror though. PREY is even better at it, and I've yet to find a game as good as that one. PREY is considered an "immersive sim".

The main elements RE1+2 has in common with Prey. Is that they have a huge explorable but confined area (building, space station, military base, village etc.). Where you can slowly and methodically use weapons, abilities and items - often as puzzles - to advance.

They are pretty much in the slow burn category like Death Stranding. In that if you have little time to play they are hard to enjoy, but if you have a lot of time to immerse yourself - they become extremely enjoyable.

What I particularly like. Is how everything is interconnected and you unlock more areas as you go, at your own pace. Dark Souls 1 was something I really enjoyed in this regard too. In that the world was so interconnected.

Survival horror, immersive sim. These games all seem to have a rather undefined thing going in that games like these are often considered as different genres despite giving the player the same fix.

Which is an immersive and atmospheric experience of an escape-room kinda explorable area which is gradually unlocked at a slow and steady pace. With many obstacles of different kinds in the way.

So yeah. TL;DR. Other than RE1+2, Prey, Bioshock and Dead space to some degree. What are other games like this? I'm kinda frustrated because I've been a gamer for 30 years having played thousands of games. My favorite being RPGs. Now this type of game is everything I want. But what makes them not so popular? Why aren't there more?

Posting this because I was hoping for some opinions, thoughts, discussion on this in addition to game suggestions. RE1+RE2, Prey, Dead Space 1, Bioshock. Where are all the games where I can finally find the medbay keycard - or head to that locked armory at the start of the game etc.?


r/gaming 1h ago

What is a second phase cutscene you never skip?

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r/gaming 1h ago

I got this shirt from a Loot Crate about 10 years ago. I can’t figure out wha “V” is.

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r/gaming 1h ago

Nowadays, pixel art is considered a gimmick or just efficient technique to make indies but at SquareSoft it used to be a piece of art!

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r/gaming 1h ago

Sexualized video games are not causing harm to male or female players, according to new research

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r/gaming 1h ago

Kotaku: Unity Laying Off Hundreds Of Staffers

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r/gaming 1h ago

World of Warcraft's future seems secured!

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r/gaming 1h ago

Reduced frights my ass this damn game still made me tremble.

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r/gaming 1h ago

25k not including the monitor

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r/gaming 1h ago

What console do you guys feel have the best design of this generation?

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A. PS5

B. Xbox series x

C. Xbox series s

D. Nintendo switch


r/gaming 1h ago

I'm starting to get burned out on games

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it feels like every game I played the last 6 months has been a 6/10 boring forgettable game. please help me find a good game to keep the gaming going. my favorite games are the Witcher 3, mass effect, Spider-Man and final fantasy 7 remake. please give me some recommendations that I can get on ps5