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So I'm getting a brand new gaming pc and I need some suggestions for games to play
I like games with crafting and/or open world stuff. Not horror or jumpscares.
I also like action, and shooters to a certain degree.
 

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Do you prefer Sci-Fi fictions or medieval ones? Single player or MMO's?
 
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Does it have to be AAA games, since you're having new PC? My Time at Portia is very relaxing game, basically a Started Valley but 3d.
 

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Do you prefer Sci-Fi fictions or medieval ones? Single player or MMO's?
Pure singleplayer, maybe possibility for co-op with friends. also no pref. on setting

Does it have to be AAA games, since you're having new PC? My Time at Portia is very relaxing game, basically a Started Valley but 3d.
Absolutely not. The 'not triple A' games tend to be better most of the time anyway.
 

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Path of exile is a damn good thing... Not really MMO, shit tons of content, actively develops.
 
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Far Cry games are fine. Most Ubisoft games to be exact. Witcher 3 is great if you want to be focused on story.
 

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Also, I'd like to recommend Dying Light. It's a single-player (with coop) zombie game, yet interesting gameplay and a really good plot with an open world.
 

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Also, I'd like to recommend Dying Light. It's a single-player (with coop) zombie game, yet interesting gameplay and a really good plot with an open world.
I got Dying Light for the ps4. I never really got into it because with every zombie game I'm always too scared to take the step forward through the zombies. IDK what I'm scared of.
 

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If you want a shooter which doesn't take itself seriously at all, I'd say Borderlands 2. I'm not big into shooters, but that game still is amusing to me every so often.
If you are into strategy, however, I would recommend another game: Stellaris - including DLCs which mostly are mini-expansions.
Neither of which feature top-of-the-line graphics, but both are pretty solid games (which is a rare distinction these days)
 

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If you want a shooter which doesn't take itself seriously at all, I'd say Borderlands 2. I'm not big into shooters, but that game still is amusing to me every so often.
If you are into strategy, however, I would recommend another game: Stellaris - including DLCs which mostly are mini-expansions.
Neither of which feature top-of-the-line graphics, but both are pretty solid games (which is a rare distinction these days)
I have Borderlands 2 and pre sequel for the PS4. Love them.
 

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I'm not much of a console gamer, so I got Borderlands 2 on pc
Stellaris is one of my favourites actually.