What video games do you play to chill out?

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Any type of shooting/fighting game to take my anger out if I'm angry.

I love playing Street Fighter, GTAV, Yakuza 6, COD, etc.

Guess you could call me a tomboy since I love action and horror games. I'm a proud gamer girl.
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I find that my taste has evolved a bit over the years. Whilst I still enjoy playing the typical online shooters, I've started gravitating to longer open world games. been playing assasins creed origins recently and pretty much at the end of that but then have the DLC to complete.

Got Odyssey waiting to go and then will pick up Valhalla in due course when its cheaper. Not touched my xbox in a while as been on a technology course, but now have 6 1/2 months until my graduate scheme starts so want to get through my huge backlog of games haha
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I’m waiting for my top choice to reply to me, super stressed!
I’ve been binge-playing ‘sky children of the light’ as a result, it’s such a gorgeous and pleasant game! I love immersive games where you can free-roam and explore freely
What game chills u out the most?
Counter strike global offensive and asphalt 8 airborne
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I used to play a lot of Minecraft and Fortnite. Not much anymore. I am older and there is no time since I am doing A levels
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mostly mobile rhythm games! project sekai, bandori, d4dj, rhythm hive etc
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Generally old retro games I can play mindlessly because I've played them so many times. Barely have to look at the screen. No man's Sky is also quite relaxing as is Animal Crossing (any of them). Making this started off as relaxing then became less so.
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Battlefield V or Fortnite usually😭😂
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I think some people have already said this but Stardew Valley is really relaxing
Journey (For the soundtrack alone, it's one of the best and it is exactly like Sky Children of the Light) and Ori and the Blind Forest are perfect for you, though Ori is more of a puzzle game but I suggest it
No Man's Sky is really beautiful (if you look past it's bad development at the start!) and has turned out to be a really good game, and for me, is really relaxing.
Slime Rancher is perfect
Terraria, Minecraft (someone already said this -- you can download mods for it!).
ECO on steam looks really relaxing!

Now I am going to suggest more controversial games;
ARK survival, because dinosaurs, cute 'lil dilphosaurs... oh and Triceratops!
Sims 3 (Sims 4 is not as good, but if you prefer cartoon-ier sims to control )
House Flipper, Factorio (or Satisfactory, it looks far better -- it's in EA though)
Planet Zoo & Planet Coaster!

There are so many awesome games, that I can't list them all here. But Journey, Ori, slime rancher and No Man's Sky are really good.
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Minecraft and brawl stars
Same, plus roblox and I watch Youtube (I'm not sure if that counts😅).

Have a great day!!!
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I am about to start playing badlands brawl it kinda like clash royal the game I use to play
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