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History used to be a lot more badass

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Let's see...#sixfavoritegames... @petecatania tagged me into this. I don't actually play video games that much but let's give it a go, right? 1. State of Decay It's an open world sandbox zombie apocalypse game. Fun but a little glitchy in places though that sort of adds to the charm. It's always funny when the physics engine gets a case of the hiccups and you send a zombie into Low Earth Orbit instead of crushing it when you run it over at top speed. 2. State of Decay 2 A solid follow up to the original. The graphics are much better and there's lots of improvements to the game mechanics as well. This also has multiplayer. Plus the developer keeps putting out new content in the form of new weapons and cosmetic items which you can unlock through doing in game quests. Probably the best $30 I've ever spent. 3. Left 4 Dead It's a Coop FPS...with zombies... I actually haven't played it in ages but it was a blast even if I didn't actually play it Multiplayer very often. 4. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare I don't really do the whole Multiplayer thing but I must have replayed the campaign section dozens of times over the years. 5. The Temple of Elemental Evil One of the few computer games I played with any regularity. It's based on the classic Dungeons and Dragons campaign supplement. It had to be modded fairly heavily to make it playable but they also used to have some neat additions to the game as well. Unfortunately it won't play anymore on WIndows 10 and my old laptop died ages ago. 6. King's Quest 7: The Princeless Bride A fun sort of interactive Fantasy story.
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More from Robert Van Dusen

repeat
4.39k views

History used to be a lot more badass

4.39k views · May 2nd
Let's see...#sixfavoritegames... @petecatania tagged me into this. I don't actually play video games that much but let's give it a go, right? 1. State of Decay It's an open world sandbox zombie apocalypse game. Fun but a little glitchy in places though that sort of adds to the charm. It's always funny when the physics engine gets a case of the hiccups and you send a zombie into Low Earth Orbit instead of crushing it when you run it over at top speed. 2. State of Decay 2 A solid follow up to the original. The graphics are much better and there's lots of improvements to the game mechanics as well. This also has multiplayer. Plus the developer keeps putting out new content in the form of new weapons and cosmetic items which you can unlock through doing in game quests. Probably the best $30 I've ever spent. 3. Left 4 Dead It's a Coop FPS...with zombies... I actually haven't played it in ages but it was a blast even if I didn't actually play it Multiplayer very often. 4. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare I don't really do the whole Multiplayer thing but I must have replayed the campaign section dozens of times over the years. 5. The Temple of Elemental Evil One of the few computer games I played with any regularity. It's based on the classic Dungeons and Dragons campaign supplement. It had to be modded fairly heavily to make it playable but they also used to have some neat additions to the game as well. Unfortunately it won't play anymore on WIndows 10 and my old laptop died ages ago. 6. King's Quest 7: The Princeless Bride A fun sort of interactive Fantasy story.
78 views · May 2nd