"I'm playin Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2
I can't say it's the best game I've played, it fact it's pretty dull but I love its realism."
I play as a sniper in almost all the games I enjoy, from Fallout 3/NV to Skyrim/Morrowind/Oblivion(It takes forever in Oblivion to get competent enough to be able to sneak and kill in one shot with your bow), yet, from what I've read about the Sniper series, I probably wouldn't like it at all.
If I ever get caught up with all the games I have via Steam/Gamestop, I might try one, since I've liked other games that weren't well-received by reviewers.
I'm currently replaying the Witcher 3:Wild Hunt including expansions and as well as Metro: Last Light which is a awesome game in it's own right. Graphics wise it will make your card work hard but oh boy is it worth it..
I just got the last content update for the Witcher 3, and my friend Paul and I are back to playing The Secret World again.
I always come back to The Secret World, it's still the best MMO of all time in my opinion.
I had put off finishing the main story line until yesterday, when my friend Paul and I got into the game and did the last level together.
Now there has been so much new content added that it's like there is a whole new game to play, whole new areas have been added that we have never been in.
In addition to that I'm also playing Black Desert Online, which is fun to play but not as deep as TSW.
Since last I visited this thread, I upgraded to a 980ti SC+ card, as the stock 780 wasn't quite up to the challenge of The Witcher: Wild Hunt @j 1440p. After I got the GPU installed, the mobo started giving some ram errors, so I decided that 4+ years was well-worth the cost , and decided to upgrade to a z170 system.
Now, I still haven't played more than the tutorial on Wild Hunt, but I have a level 101 character in Fallout 4, and I just hit level 27 in New Vegas, and since I just got the Anti-materiel rifle and will shops for more ammo, I'm almost ready to enter Old World Blues/Lonesome Road. Can't wait!
Coolest-running GPU I've ever had.I like that I don't have to worry about stressing it; Wild Hunt is the only title that makes it work hard at all.
I am slightly sad that I gave away that wondrous i7-2600k. Ran @ 4.4ghz for years with no hiccups. It was kind of nice, sitting there all smug while the newer CPUs all seemed to only match it, so I never felt the need to upgrade it.
I have AC3, from a free offer with the gtx 780. I've only played about five minutes of it, just to see if the game ran okay. I really need to try it with this 980ti. I've heard good things about the game.
Hope you have a great time! I really need to stop playing Fallout 4. I bought a 960gb SSD to replace the too-small 256gb one, but I keep putting off installing it because I'm lazy. Once it's in place, I'll have room to install all the open-world games sitting in my Steam/GOG libraries collecting dust. Yeah, I could just move all the non-gaming software to the HDD, but again, lazy.