Hi ussnorway! I never played those war games. IMHO there is to much of that in real life. I guess that is for the younger generation.War is real and it is not a good thing, but it will go on for as long as man is here on this earth.
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I love Stalker games as they have a certain atmosphere all of their own. As for bad guy's respawning, some do and some don't as it can depend on the area and type of baddie.
The games do feel a little buggy and CTD's (crash to desktop) can be a pain but to be honest IMO it's all worth it...
Around the time of the Chernobyl disaster I and a few friends were up in Scotland on a trekking holiday. No news of the disaster had been released at that point and so little did we realise that the rain falling on us was pretty radioactive. So much so that the sheep in that area were eventually tested and radiation levels were too high for them to be sold into the food chain!
I'm still waiting for some odd mutation to appear although the extra arm and hand I have growing out the middle of my stomach is really handy...
I just looked at your link and see Metro: 2033 is there too and Metro: Last Light. Although these are totally seperate games some of the devs from Stalker worked on Metro 2033 and it's a fantastic game in it's own right with Metro: Last Light being the sequel. Both are very good games!
I went through the Stalker series once with each release. In that I am replaying older games again I may have to fire Stalker up again it was a good game. Although I will need to get through Witcher 3 before I do that