I am trying to get better at making decks. I have had trouble creating more competitive decks as I only really build with the cards I have. I dont have that many value cards, in function or expense. I (almost) never play at FNM type events so its not like im playing against $2k decks. If I do usally play at one, Its a draft or limited game. Any advice on building decks is greatly supported! DMs are appreciated.
Rise of Nations (PC)
Empire Earth (PC)
One Must Fall (DOS/PC)
Rock & Roll Racing (SNES)
Final Fantasy IV (FF2 U.S. Version) (SNES)
Streets of Rage 3 (Sega Genesis)
Halo 2 (Xbox)
Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory (Xbox)
Fallout 3 (Xbox 360)
Deus Ex: Human Revolution (Xbox 360)
World of Warcraft. Vanilla and TBC era. Please feel free to frown on my choice. I was actually tempted to reactivate my account so that I can go fishing and feed my pet with all the fish. I miss the constantly dropping loyalty system that requires you to keep feeding it. And I miss my arrows. I have never asked for a bigger bag slots. Why did they take away my arrows?
Popolocrois II. For those who don't know this one (which probably is everyone), it is a really cute-sey JRPG on PS. Wish I could play it again.
Also, to all the people naming Far Cry games, have you heard of Far Cry: Instincts? It's sort of a spin-off where part way through the game, you get captured and turned into an experimental mutant with superhuman strength and speed. I actually didn't even realize it was a spin-off until half way through Far Cry 2 and I'm thinking, when am I getting my feral powers?
It's actually a really good game, too, it's definitely my favorite of the Far Cry games I've played.
My all time favourite would have to be the Monster Hunter series, absolutely love that!
Mass Effect, Halo (up to 3), Gears of War, Bomberman (Pre 64), and Powerstone 2 would have to be my most memorable games.
I am a big fan of indie games.
My favorite games are the Vanishing of Ethan Carter (this unhurried colorful adventure captured my imagination) and Darkwood (the best horror story of last years with unexpected final, I guess).
There are a lot of games I could list, but one that really stands out at the moment is Monster Boy. As a child I played all the Wonder Boy games, so along with the game itself being incredibly good, being so strongly tied to my childhood makes it even better.
I also really love the original Diablo. I had some fun with the others, but the first one will always be my favourite.
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I adore since childhood NFS MW and FIFA game serias. For me, childhood memories are very important because they help me a lot in adult life. Recently on https://writingbros.com/essay-examples/childhood-memories/ I read some very cool and high quality written essays about childhood memories. These texts are very interesting and sensual to read, as some people write about the memories of the disappearance of their brother and how they found him. Someone wrote about how childhood memories shaped him as a person. For me, the video games that I wrote about above also in particular influenced the formation of my personality.
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