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nomither6

@TheNomadLad I don’t have Evil Dead yet , I plan on getting it , but it came out at a time where i’m passed looking for a game to directly replace DBD , & now just wanted something else , ANYTHING else , to play y’Know .

i’ve just been playing OW2/1 mostly and MK11 . Both are good games to jump on and kill a couple of hours with . I tried Apex but BR imo is boring alone , u have to have friends available to play when you want .

nomither6

TheNomadLad

@nomither6 yea i totally get it man, i used to play OW 1.. haven't played in like 2 years or so , but yea totally a game that you can just kill 2 hours with .. and yea as for Apex that is totally true and i think that applies for almost every other game as well , most MP games are just better with friends but while some are okay with random people BR is usually better with friends (i can't tell you how many times i end up with team mates who think they are so damn good that the drop at the most crowded spot on the map just for our whole squad to be annihilated in a matter of seconds - like i'm a ***** player and my aim is trash, but atleast i know it and try to play accordingly).

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Voltan

@TheNomadLad @nomither6 Can’t recommend fighting games enough. It might seem like a less social experience (being all 1 on 1) but the communities are actually great, welcoming and helpful - as long as it’s not Mortal Kombat (seriously though, even MK communities are cool but there’s definitely more toxic players than in other games in the genre).

I’d recommend Guilty Gear Strive (it’s been out for a year and it’s still on the rise) or the upcoming DNF Duel (out in a month, seems very beginner friendly)

Voltan

TheNomadLad

@nomither6 i can't say that i'm , i've always been the kind of player who just mashes random buttons when it comes to fighting games (since i used to play those with my friends when i was younger - not online though but rather locally)

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Voltan

@TheNomadLad The thing about playing these games online is that it kinda forces you to learn. I was also someone who used to mash buttons with friends for many years and only started actually learning a little over a year ago. Now I'm actually considering entering some tournaments in the near future (at this point it's more about time constraints than skill for me - although I'm pretty sure I'd be defeated swiftly anyway)

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TheNomadLad

@Voltan well man, that sounds like a lot of fun even if you are defeated swiftly , i will be cheering for you either way if you can somehow manage the time thing and go through with it, so yea your fans just got a +1

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GeezerviserBom

Tell me about this game, I want to buy it at epic games, but I don't know if I should do it.

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