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Post games (and other similar forms of amusement) that you want to recommend to other Anons. I will start.

Halo Custom Edition (Halo CE) is a official expansion for the PC version of Halo: Combat Evolved (Halo PC). What makes Halo CE different from Halo PC is that players can create custom levels (and weapons, etc.) for the game. Pls note that you need Halo PC product key to install it (but you can just search YouTube for Halo PC keygen and copy the key from the video). You don't need to have the CD, if you install the patch.

You can get Halo CE here: http://hce.halomaps.org/index.cfm?fid=410
You also need the official V1.0.10 patch: http://hce.halomaps.org/index.cfm?fid=6798
You will probably also want to install the Halo Anti-Cheat (HAC2). It's not required but it makes your life easier. It enables things like automatic map downloads when joining a server. You can download it here: http://client.haloanticheat.com/release.zip
To install it, just copy the "loader.dll" to "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Games\Halo Custom Edition\controls" folder.
If you want to create custom levels and other content, you will also need the Halo Editing Kit (HEK): http://hce.halomaps.org/index.cfm?fid=411
AND the bug-free tags: http://hce.halomaps.org/index.cfm?fid=6690

To play custom single player maps, create a new shortcut for "haloce.exe" and add "-devmode -console" as launch options (without quotes). (I think the Halo CE installer adds Halo Custom Edition Developer Mode in your start menu by default.) Use that shortcut to launch the game. Then you need to open the console (press the key under ESC), and type "map_name map_name_goes_here" (without quotes and the file extension) and press ENTER.


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Tom Clancy’s The Division

Its Story is set in a near future New York City in the aftermath of a smallpox pandemic; the player, who is a Special Agent of the eponymous Strategic Homeland Division, commonly referred to simply as "Division", is tasked with helping the group rebuild its operations in Manhattan, investigate the nature of the outbreak, and combating criminal activity in its wake. The Division is structured with elements of role-playing games, as well as cooperative and player versus player online multiplayer.

You can get it on Steam here https://store.steampowered.com/agecheck/app/365590/
I dont know if there is a crack version thats free though, i got in at the steam summer sale for 12,99€


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Streets of Rogue: I'd recommend this game for people who are not really into Rogue-Likes, who enjoy sandbox and RPG like Grand Theft Auto or Deus Ex and who want a casual and relaxing experience.


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I recommend to play Cave Story. Cave Story is a metroidvania game with interesting story, good gameplay, amazing game desing and awesome music.


What a coincidence, I just picked this one up like two days ago. Still haven't played it much yet, though. Another pro: it's free.



CaveStory will be the best game you will ever play


i can't lie halo is good game series until halo 4 but still the you could still play the old ones i might play that one but since in dirt broke i might find a cracked version


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Yume Nikki is an old RPG Maker game that was popular in the early 2000s. It's a very strange game in which you explore the dreamscape of a hikkikomori girl named Madotsuki collecting different "effects". Sometimes it's cute, sometimes it's comfy, sometimes it's creepy, sometimes it's terrifying. But you always feel alone and confused. The atmosphere this game has is incredible. It's great for playing all alone late at night.
Yume Nikki doesn't tell you ANYTHING, you have to figure it out for yourself. Because of this, there are as many interpretations as there are players.
It's been largely forgotten, but is still definitely worth playing in my book, especially if you're into environmental storytelling, atmosphere, and mind-screws.


I've had Yume Nikki downloaded for so long now but I've yet to actually play it. How long of a game would you say it is?


That's a bit of a hard question, since Yume Nikki is not like other games. You just kinda explore and look at things. The only thing that resembles a goal is collecting all of the effects, which could take anywhere from 4-8 hours (without a guide) depending on how relaxed you are about it. Don't go in with expectations. Don't have a goal in mind. Just enjoy the scenery and wander around. It's more of an experience than a game.


I too have known about Yume Nikki for about a good decade now and never have actually tried it. Had it downloaded for a while back on my old PC but never managed to get around to play it. After reading this, it makes me want to give it a chance.


Halo 2 is badass, it's just..
1 : Gotta read the books in order to understand the story, there's a gap of time between the first game and how john made it back safe when the game begins. (i think its called Halo : First Contact)
2 : Retarded health system
Remember the first game where you had the energy shield, then the health meter to fall back on?
Well in this game its gone so have fun dying several times.
Amazing story hands down, in the master chief collection there's these hidden terminals that feeds you secret lore (like saying how the events in the halo anime is canon) and i love that transition between john and the arbiter, seeing both of their perspective is quite refreshing.
(Haven't finished playing it yet, but i still recommend)


What's wrong with halo 4?


Completed halo 3 and started playing halo 4. I see what happened, that got shit from reach and merged it with halo 3, and fixed the graphics. still no health system :(
It does remind me of call of duty. also, no floodlight. what i like also is cheif has more of a talking role, instead of him just talking in cutscenes, so we can all get to know him better. also they got rid of duel weild which is quite sad.


You know what? i just completed halo 4 and i think i know why people don't like it and i kinda understand. The tone is all off, it kinda reminds me of COD and you also lose the ability of duel weilding, the sort of cartoony look is gone and also the aliens stop speaking english. no floodlight either and the forerunner guns are shit, although they have cool animations. cool story tho and im glad they used some forerunner art from halo legends.


I am now playing halo 5, i'm not exactly a fan of it, and spartan locke is pretty bland of a character.
great graphics and controls, and you get floodlights but you can't toggle them, also no armor abilities. health systems kewl, english speaking aliens is great. i get that the story's a direct sequil but it's just kinda bland for me


Cool free game I found via JewTube. It's a sandbox physics game with from what I can tell a lot of kewl stuff.

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