How often do you play PC games?

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Is computer games only for children or adults also play and how often?
I simply cannot find interesting games for myself that could interest me and play for a long time. I prefer games in retrowave style, platformers, in general, are not such modern games.
What about you?
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  • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
    Retrowave? You mean like 80's arcade, l can understand that since l was a kid in that era, and couldn't get enough of Q-bert, Lunar Lander and the one with the crazy Emus.

    But right now, l am playing Zelda, Breath of the Wild, for the Wii U, since l have always been a big Mario and Zelda fan.

    Nothing more satisfying than having a whole world to your self, and slaying Hobgoblins!

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  • Profile picture of the author Odahh
    Originally Posted by Golgrer View Post

    Is computer games only for children or adults also play and how often?
    I simply cannot find interesting games for myself that could interest me and play for a long time. I prefer games in retrowave style, platformers, in general, are not such modern games.
    What about you?
    i generally go mobile now but nothing really interests me fore longer than a few days.. i have been gaming on computers 25 years .. nothing is all that new now and most games need you to spend a cash every day to have a half enjoyable experience playing..to much auto play skimpy inventory space .. and several small items you preety much need to buy with cash in order to advance a charactor ..
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  • Profile picture of the author WF- Enzo
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    Still on. NBA 2K. Counter Strike. GTA. Forza Horizon. I still prefer PC gaming over console just because my laptop is easily configurable. If I need a storage upgrade I just swap to a higher-capacity solid state drive. If I need more RAM, I just buy a new RAM.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikerMix
    I prefer steam gaming. I like superhero or simulator games. By the way, recently I have been playing platformers, it's like memories of old games.
    By the way, I remembered an interesting game about weird Russia. This is exactly what I represent Russia. The superhero of the game is HoboMan, this is something strange. Graphics, music and voices of the characters this is a special atmosphere.
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    • Profile picture of the author Golgrer
      Yet I most often play on a smartphone. But PC games give a different feeling.
      Originally Posted by MikerMix View Post

      By the way, I remembered an interesting game about weird Russia. This is exactly what I represent Russia. The superhero of the game is HoboMan, this is something strange.
      If the game has the same atmosphere as the cartoon, it will be interesting. I already want to play. I can't remember any other games where you can play the role of a homeless person.
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  • Profile picture of the author digixp marketing
    Still on, NBA 2K, Counter-Strike, GTA, Forza Horizon, I still prefer PC gaming over console just because my laptop is easily configurable. If I need a storage upgrade I just swap to a higher-capacity solid-state drive. If I need more RAM, I just buy new RAM.
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    Now that I have a family, I only have time for 30 minutes a day really.

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  • Profile picture of the author John Gaarg
    few times a week
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  • Profile picture of the author smedia11
    Taking a break currently but I have been a big gamer over many years.

    There's definitely a stigma associated with playing video games as an adult. (I'm 50).

    I think its a bit of a generational thing though as my generation didn't grow up with a ton of video games and/or pc games or even computers.
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    • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
      Originally Posted by smedia11 View Post

      Taking a break currently but I have been a big gamer over many years.

      There's definitely a stigma associated with playing video games as an adult. (I'm 50).

      I think its a bit of a generational thing though as my generation didn't grow up with a ton of video games and/or pc games or even computers.
      I am just over 50, so agree, and why did the PC games covers and associated ad's graphics look so good? It was because the games graphics were terrible.

      Ok, Sega was impressive, but l was a Atari 2600 fan, so thought that Pitfall was revolutionary.

      The current Zelda game, (Switch and Wii U, basically the same) has beautiful graphics, with the sun setting over the ocean, and well, the Hobgoblins tend to spoil that.

      And slaying chickens never gets dull.

      PS the Nintendo Switches in AU, or at least my area have sold out, so some companies are still doing well.

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