What Games are You Playing now?

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  1. Jannick

    Jannick New Member

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    Hi guys, We are well into the golden era of free games now, far beyond the old days of limited demos that left you playing the same stages on repeated, we have more choices these days, so what are u playing now?
     
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    I play RUNESCAPE now, and it is totally worth playing.

    As you said, RuneScape is a free game. This is one of the oldest MMO games available online for free. With more than 15 years of dedicated gaming, the Runescape might sound and appear decrepit.

    But it has one of the most active gaming community forums I know of. I suspect this is partly the reason it has stayed in the gaming scene for long. Because of its regular updates, Runescape’s free-to-play model isn’t going under any time soon. Try it out and you’ll be amazed at the simplicity and ease of gaming on this platform.

    In fact, it feels young and very fresh, quite like it was in the 2000s. The time and age factor has seen Runescape introduce and upgrade its choice of characters, quests, and even festive events through the years. Runescape is notably among the friendliest MMO gaming platforms I know of. For noobs, it is very easy to get assistance from Runescape's online community forum.

    So what would I do if I don't have enough RuneScape Gold? I'll buy it from SSEgold website. As a third-party service platform of RuneScape, SSEgold is the first choice of many old players.

    Hope this helps!
     
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    I've gotten back into GTA Online. The world is so immense and filled with possible activities it's mind blowing. I also play a couch-multiplayer called Ultimate Chicken Horse which is really fun.
     
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    thanks, i'll try Ultimate Chicken Horse
     
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    I have played RuneScape, it's a good game indeed
     
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    Ive been playing Destiny 2 for a while already. I really recommend it. It's heck fun and dynamic. The raids are inventive, the missions are exciting, and the gunplay is huuuge. Btw there are such cool destiny 2 carries guys out there, they help with raids and getting good guns. I really recommend to give it a go. Here's a link - https://lfcarry.com/d2
     
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    SWTOR. This game was something I stumbled upon by accident. Of course as a Star Wars fan I had to check it out. I started playing and it is still one of my all-time favourite games! Ulike most games where you can choose to be 'good' or 'evil' you can actually choose just how evil your character is by how you speak and act. The gameplay is also very easy to pick up and it is genuinely thrilling to get new items and equipment. I personally liked best to be a jedi and get a droid, because it has the best gadgets and just looks so cool. 5 stars for sure! And I also bought SWTOR credits to gain advantages in the game.
     
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    Loving Minecraft hahaha:D
     
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    I just started with La Tale Gameplay. I got curious with how one gets levelled up and how to accomplish the mission.
     
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    Have you tried Uncharted Waters Online? I am on the process on exploring the game and so far I am liking it.
     
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    I prefer to play Path of Exile. Although I have played this game, unfortunately, I am not particularly good at it, so I will get Path of Exile Currency every time to improve my skills. Path of Exile Currency is an essential currency in the game and I'm sure many people will get it. Even though I'm not very good at the game, I'm very good at getting gold coins. You will also find several websites that advertise coins on the market, however, it takes a certain amount of confidence to discover a reputable website.
     
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    Not been to this site for a while but I just finished FireWatch and really enjoyed it.
     
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    Monster Sanctuary on Switch is my fav right now. Just side scrolling pokemon but the combat is very fun and i actually have to use strategy lol
     
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    Anyone tried playing Attack on Titans? Haven't tried it yet, just getting some thoughts from you guys.
     

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