Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak
Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box
2 days 2 hours
Europa Universalis IV
XCOM: Enemy Unknown
7 days 2 hours
Marvel Heroes 2016
6 days 6 hours
Empire: Total War
4 days 22 hours
They can definitely come up with something. The fact that they haven't for so many years is proof enough that they don't want to. Hopefully the community continues to kick and scream, and not fall for this pristine server bait which does not address the bulk of what vanilla wow fans are asking for.
I second these picks.
Concerns like this make it seem like Oculus is right to have a curated store front. I also think the hyper enthusiasm from developers is better than a hardware maker trying to convince devs to make things for it.
That said, are most of the big names in gaming that are down on VR because of the experience with VR in the 90s? Seems like there have been a few that have popped up using that as an example lately.
I noticed that trend too. A lot of those developers who lived through the 90s seem to be very jaded to the VR idea. Here's hoping they're proved wrong hmm.
Wow. I never tried it so I can't say if it was good or bad, but what a disaster for them. I feel sorry for all the people that must have worked hard to get it out there just to see it fail so miserably that they had to shut it down within a year.
MOBAs are worse than MMOs for the competitive genre. It really is dog eat dog out there.
This is why we can't have nice things.
Yeah I know, I wish the moderators would stop deleting them.
Tinker tinker tinker. You would think this was a free to play game with all the updates! I'll have to try it out.
I've recently really gotten into EU4. I had it sitting in my library since release but didn't touch it for what ever reason (mainly CK2).
Anyway, EU4 is an amazing game, it is incredibly .... interesting to play. And most importantly, it's not at all as difficult to get into as people often claim about Paradox games. Give it a try.
PS: I don't have any of the DLC and still have a blast with it.
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