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I'm not as big PC Gamer as I used to be, I've other priorities taking up me time these days, but I still enjoy a good chill with a drink and a play.

Hopefully I'll have chance to take some time today. Planning on playing either:

RimWorld (not as sexual as it sounds, stand down!)
or...
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I know video gaming in general isn't everyone's cup of tea (if it isn't feel free not to post) but have we any other PC gamers in here?
 
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When you say PC games do you specifically refer to games played on PC or video/console games in general? I like to play mainly sports games on Xbox. Golf, rugby (both codes), football, cricket, American football, ice hockey, baseball.....I'm even considering getting a handball game....the game seems to be popular in other parts of Europe compared to Britain. Missus says that if I played some REAL sports then I'd be healthier and slimmer!
 
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Yeah, really referring to PC games over consoles. I'm not a fan of consoles, had an X-Box and a few Playstations but I just can't gel with them.

I'm not a big fan of FPS games like Call of Duty etc which are the mainstay of consoles. I love simulators, X-Plane, ETS2 etc. But also love city building/management style like Dwarf Fortress and two already mentioned.
 

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I'm not as big PC Gamer as I used to be, I've other priorities taking up me time these days, but I still enjoy a good chill with a drink and a play.

Hopefully I'll have chance to take some time today. Planning on playing either:

RimWorld (not as sexual as it sounds, stand down!)
or...
Prison Architect

I know video gaming in general isn't everyone's cup of tea (if it isn't feel free not to post) but have we any other PC gamers in here?
Rimworld ,yea ok mate. What you get up too behind closed doors and hopefully curtains is up to you! :)
 
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I still play though not as much recently - kids, moving house and sloooow internet.
I've got Far Cry 2 on the go at the moment - missed it first time round but thoroughly enjoying it now. I'm usually quite an ethical gamer but the whole moral soup you find yourself in has been working on me.
I'm also wending my way through TitanQuest though I've done my usual trick of starting multiple characters rather than finishing the game with one...
I've dipped into the start of Rome II TW but just haven't got the time for it as yet.
Metro 2033 is the next shooter after Far Cry.

I tend to go for things I can dip into and walk away from when needed. TW in the middle of a battle and I can get too snappy with the kids if they wake up/need me for something. I only play when they are in bed or in the eldest's case, reading before bed now I have them on my own.
 
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