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Game Rec.
Very straight forward

-Post a game
-What type of game is it (i.e. rpg, fps, rts, ect.)
-Would you recommend it?
-Rate out of 10

This can be a great way for people to find out new or old games to play.
-Feel free to post videos of game play if you want.
I'll go first

Freelancer (PC)
Space Simulator (2003)

Would definitely Recommend this game. It is probably one of the best space simulators which is too bad because I feel like it didn't get the recognition it deserved when it was released. Although this game came out in the early 2000's the level of depth and replay-ability this game offers in ridiculous. There are also tons of mods for this game to keep you coming back for more.


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The developer of this game is also the head developer of Star Citizen which will be out sometime in 2015.
Borderlands 1 (Get PC one so we can play :3)

Recommend this game 110%. It doesn't have much of a good story compared to its sequels, but in order to properly enjoy the references to it in the other two, get this game. Preferably the Game of the Year Edition. And if you're not familiar with the series, firstly have you been living under a rock and secondly gun porn.

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Game: Kerbal Space Program

Genre: Space Simulation, Kerbal Genocide Simulator, and Sandbox

Would I recommend it?
This is a game that I always enjoy playing regardless of how I'm feeling. The game itself is currently in early access, but don't let that make you push it to the side. KSP is one of the best early access game I've played. Now something to note with this game is that it is not the simplest game in the world. it involves a lot of tinkering to get a decent rocket that will make it into a stable orbit, understanding of some orbital mechanics (Which you don't need to know but can be very useful). Once you get a hang of it you are good to go, and you can start building what ever you desire with the parts in game. Some of the things you can build are, but not limited to: Space Planes, Rockets, Planet Bases, Space Stations, Satellites, and so much more. Once you start to get bored with the stock parts, KSP has a wide variety of user made mods. These mods can add difficulty, more parts to expand your planes, new economy types, new contracts, and a whole wack of things. The game itself is split into two different types: Sandbox mode(Do whatever you wish without worrying about career stuff), and career mode(Managing funds to your space program, doing missions, collecting science). This is one game that I personally cannot recommend enough.

Rating: 11 out of 10.


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