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  1. jasperbrooks79

    jasperbrooks79 New Member

    Jan 1, 2020
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    So, when I want to make a new game, I like to look at other games, that I feel are the best inspiration, since it's always helpful to have a ton of inspiration, in the beginning . .

    For my new game, a stealth-survival-exploration game, I think about Until Dawn, also Resident Evil 7, where the player isn't very strong, or capable, compared to the enemies, and I can learn something from them, perhaps . .

    What games are an inspiration for your current game, and what do you like and, what do you hope to make one day, on your own . .
  2. JoyFreak

    JoyFreak New Member

    May 3, 2019
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    I enjoy games like Black Desert and Rocket League! Gaming Forums
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  3. rf-harris

    rf-harris New Member

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    I am big FPS and battle royale games fan and a huge fan of Call of Duty series. In the last week or so I have been playing its latest release "Call of Duty: Warzone" and loving every minute of it.
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  4. DumpsterFire

    DumpsterFire New Member

    Feb 25, 2020
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    My biggest inspirations are the atmosphere's of different games like Life is Strange and Red Dead Redemption 2. Both are beautiful in their own right, and for different reasons.
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  5. shelbydate

    shelbydate New Member

    Mar 25, 2020
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    Resident Evil is awesome but I also love Silent Hill. RE is just more lighter than Silent Hill.
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