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    Quote Originally Posted by Shazam! View Post
    I meant as far as the FPS/rpg blend.

    If I'm going with late 90s there was a huge number of excellent JRPGs on consoles. In 1997 FF7
    My son doesn't understand when I got excited that all the old Final Fantasy games (7-11) were available on his Switch. I am replaying those like crazy right now. I love level grinding and being overpowered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgdriver View Post
    Have you tried handyman & sahm?
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    Never heard of it.

    I did start playing outer worlds recently. It's pretty amazing so far.
    Handyman & stay at home mom is a fun role playing game but check the ESRB!
    Eastwood later said of the transition from a TV western to A Fistful of Dollars: "In Rawhide I did get awfully tired of playing the conventional white hat. The hero who kisses old ladies and dogs and was kind to everybody. I decided it was time to be an antihero."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgdriver View Post
    Divinity Original Sin 2 is the best RPG in years. Not sure if it's PC only or on other platforms.
    This is a very good suggestion! I win!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgdriver View Post
    This is a very good suggestion! I win!
    Have you heard of this one? I got it late last year but haven't been able to get into it as it's pretty ******* hefty:

    https://store.steampowered.com/app/6...d_Exemplar_V2/
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    I want to be sympathetic, but one should not have sympathy for inauthentic sorrow.
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    Its like Save the Rainforest. People aren't saying, 'F**ck those other forests', its just that this particular forest is in worse shape right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayninja View Post
    Have you heard of this one? I got it late last year but haven't been able to get into it as it's pretty ******* hefty:

    https://store.steampowered.com/app/6...d_Exemplar_V2/
    Sounds interesting...I loved the Wizardry and M&M RPGs (pre-heroes). Maybe it's too buggy tho?
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    Pokemon Sword. Play it with your son. Then drink away the pain. What pain? The pain of watching your son whip that ass in a pokemon battle. Yeah. Get that work.
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    I can't get into Pokemon, there is a game called TemTem that looks similar that I've watched some streamers play and I think I could get into it.

    Been playing phantasy star online, final fantasy ix and Kotor lately.

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    I need a new RPG for the switch. Not Zelda. Just not my bag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by King87 View Post
    I need a new RPG for the switch. Not Zelda. Just not my bag.
    I haven't played either, but people seem to love Fire Emblem and Xenoblade Chronicles... I've also heard good stuff about Octopath traveller.
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    A bunch of Final Fantasy games are available if looking for some old school action

    I wish i could play the FF7 remake.

    Dark Souls is available too
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    Quote Originally Posted by King87 View Post
    I need a new RPG for the switch. Not Zelda. Just not my bag.
    Not an RPG, but Untitled Goose Game is a joy. You could always go hit up the classic Final Fantasy games that have released.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freyaka View Post
    Not an RPG, but Untitled Goose Game is a joy. You could always go hit up the classic Final Fantasy games that have released.
    My kids love the goose game. They laugh and laugh.
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    I just started playing a game called UnReal World and so far I'm enjoying it. It's hard.

    Basically you are living in the iron age and just trying to survive, maybe get ahead a little bit. Make it through winter.

    http://www.unrealworld.fi/urw_whatis.html

    Like Shazam said, and I've heard from so many friends, games are kind of samey and boring these days. This game shows it's not the graphics or the physics engine or what have you, but it's about taming a pack of wolves so you can sled around in winter and take many wives. Give it a look if you are down with old-school!
    Eastwood later said of the transition from a TV western to A Fistful of Dollars: "In Rawhide I did get awfully tired of playing the conventional white hat. The hero who kisses old ladies and dogs and was kind to everybody. I decided it was time to be an antihero."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgdriver View Post
    I just started playing a game called UnReal World and so far I'm enjoying it. It's hard.

    Basically you are living in the iron age and just trying to survive, maybe get ahead a little bit. Make it through winter.

    http://www.unrealworld.fi/urw_whatis.html

    Like Shazam said, and I've heard from so many friends, games are kind of samey and boring these days. This game shows it's not the graphics or the physics engine or what have you, but it's about taming a pack of wolves so you can sled around in winter and take many wives. Give it a look if you are down with old-school!
    If you like this, you should give rimworld a look too (if you haven't already).
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    Quote Originally Posted by wayninja View Post
    If you like this, you should give rimworld a look too (if you haven't already).
    Good to hear--it's on my wishlist (for a long time now, doesn't go on sale often).

    Was also looking into a tower defense game, either bloonz, creeping world, or gemcraft, but open to suggestions.
    Eastwood later said of the transition from a TV western to A Fistful of Dollars: "In Rawhide I did get awfully tired of playing the conventional white hat. The hero who kisses old ladies and dogs and was kind to everybody. I decided it was time to be an antihero."

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