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    I am wordering what good games are to sink my teeth into after I complete my a levels?
    I have given up gaming until then and I am glad I did, I now focus more on my studies and it's good
    Battlefield 1 Ultimate Edition and Titanfall 2 Digital Deluxe are on my wish list for then.
    I am turning 18 next April so age would not be of concern as I am getting the games after my last exam in 29th June. I am mostly into shooters and I play on pc with keyboard and mouse
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    Your replies will leave me with something to look forward to and keep me going!
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    (Original post by asim1999)
    I am wordering what good games are to sink my teeth into after I complete my a levels?
    I have given up gaming until then and I am glad I did, I now focus more on my studies and it's good
    Battlefield 1 Ultimate Edition and Titanfall 2 Digital Deluxe are on my wish list for then.
    I am turning 18 next April so age would not be of concern as I am getting the games after my last exam in 29th June. I am mostly into shooters and I play on pc with keyboard and mouse
    Thanks
    Your replies will leave me with something to look forward to and keep me going!
    Well, with shooters, a good few ideas are:

    Verdun (WW1 trench warfare game. Very hard, but really rewarding
    Serious sam is a good choice, Im a sucker for runny gunny shooty action, so the original painkiller is good too (though be careful you dont choose the myriad fanmade versions like "hell and damnation")
    CSGO is ok if you like to refine repeated strategies! :-)
    H1Z1 is cool especially king of the kill mode if you have a team with you!
    Metal gear solid: ground zeroes

    Other than shooters, here is a cool list you might like:
    FTL:faster than light
    Undertale
    Consuming shadow
    Dark souls (just finished two, much easier than one. One is by far the best, but is very hard. DS2 is much better to learn the basics)


    could probably think of more, but minds gone blank! lol
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    (Original post by asim1999)
    I am wordering what good games are to sink my teeth into after I complete my a levels?
    I have given up gaming until then and I am glad I did, I now focus more on my studies and it's good
    Battlefield 1 Ultimate Edition and Titanfall 2 Digital Deluxe are on my wish list for then.
    I am turning 18 next April so age would not be of concern as I am getting the games after my last exam in 29th June. I am mostly into shooters and I play on pc with keyboard and mouse
    Thanks
    Your replies will leave me with something to look forward to and keep me going!
    Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt + DLC.

    You don't need any other game than that. Game of the century.
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    I really liked Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, as it was a different shooter experience.
    You should try the RPG Gothic from Pyranha Bytes, as it will give you an interesting storry and a good atmosphere if you can get over the quirky controls.
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    If you like sandbox games (like minecraft) then i strongly recommend terraria.

    I'm 17 and i have over 700 hours cause i love it too much XD
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    Zombies mode on the Call of Duty games is the most addictive I've played by far and you'll probably like it if you like zombies games and first-person shooters (it's a wave-survival game). I'd recommend picking up Black Ops 1 for starters, you can get a Steam key on eBay for less than a tenner and it comes with two great maps, then if you like it you can buy DLCs (especially Rezurrection with comes with 5 zombies maps) for more fun The online servers for co-op games are still fairly active as well.
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    Civ 5 / 6.

    That should keep you going for hours.
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    XCOM 2 - A great turn based strategy game that will probably make you want to sink your teeth into many more things than the game when playing it
    Kerbal Space Program - If you like anything to do with astronomy, aviation etc... This is the game for you. It's not incredibly and it really isn't Rocket Scien- nevermind
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    (Original post by Baleroc)
    Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt + DLC.

    You don't need any other game than that. Game of the century.
    Amen.
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    Age of Conquest IV. (IT'S FREE & GOOD)
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    Id recommend a bit of H1Z1 king of the kill. Its a fast action paced battle royale type of game. Its a load of fun with your mates or even solo You should defo give it a whack. After all its only like £15
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    Look up Mount & Blade. It is fantastic.
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    Elite Dangerous
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    Age isn't of concern anyway, how does steam ask for ID?

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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    Age isn't of concern anyway, how does steam ask for ID?

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    With some games it'll ask for your date of birth before you can access the game's store page, but you can always just lie.
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    (Original post by anosmianAcrimony)
    With some games it'll ask for your date of birth before you can access the game's store page, but you can always just lie.
    Exactly, steam must be really confused because sometimes I'm as young as 20s or as old as 60s

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    Heres an interesting list:
    Elite Dangerous
    Stellaris (if you have a few months spare to get to the end...)
    FTL
    Battlefleet Gothic Aramda (you might be picking up a theme here !)
    X3 AP possibly
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    Divinity: Original Sin.

    Can be pretty tricky with a lot of party wipes, but it is very rewarding.
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    Any Grand Strategy (Paradox Interactive) games (for your alternate history needs) and Deus Ex Human Revolution/Mankind Divided (for some serious immersion and ethical qualms)
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    I love games with good stories! If you haven't already played the Mass Effect trilogy you should totally give it a try.
 
 
 
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