It's not very /cyb/ but, to answer your question, I've been playing a bunch of Dirt Rally lately.
I've been trying to get into Elona for a while now. Seems pretty fun, but my mage keeps dying to stupid soykaf. I think I'll make a fighter next.
Fallout 4, Stellaris, drifting whilst listening to Eurobeat un-ironicly in Assetto Corsa. I keep meaning to get into ARMA3 but it's yet to happen.
Just finished Little Nightmares. In some ways it's a lot like Limbo, though in my opinion it goes further in terms of atmosphere and art.
Oh, wow, neat. I've been playing Rogue Clone III myself, lately. It's the only singleplayer PC game I play nowadays.
I like my tactical shooters and I've been in the beta for Rising Storm 2 for a few months.
I started playing Rising Storm 2 in the last beta wave. I've been really enjoying it, despite the netcode/server side being buggered. I find it to be less intense than RO2 which is a little strange considering the number of automatic weapons in comparison.>>531
Alright, guys, real talk:
Is HackMUD good?
I've been playing quite a bit of Sindome lately. It's a Cyberpunk MOO set 85 years into the future, and takes place within a massive arcology known as "The Dome." It's very heavily roleplay based and strict about said roleplay, though not to the point of being blatantly unenjoyable. The strictness of the RP is just there to add to the immersion, as opposed to something like HellMOO where people are constantly spouting OOC things in IC channels.
Here's the browser client, which I highly recommend using: http://moo.sindome.org/player-client/
Any specific reasons why you like the webclient?
When I connected via my terminal and Telnet all the text was the same color, and every time a new line appeared on-screen it would break up whatever it is I was trying to type.
The web client colors the text of each chat channel differently so it's easier to instantly differentiate between them/ignore one of the channels you're not paying attention to. For instance, the city-wide SIC network (which is basically always going) is colored dark-red, so it's easy to ignore if you're not using it.
And, also, things are just color-coded in general which can be super helpful.
I'm a huge fan of this game. Haven't actually played in a few years but have lots of good memories playing in school / on my laptop.
I've been playing EU4 with M&T2 mod. It makes it a bit more simulationist where you feel like you're a bit further removed from direct effects, for instance, estates control a lot of your development, but you have to keep the estates in control. I like it, some new flavor for an old favorite. It feels pretty unpolished, but it's worth it.
looks pretty good
nice to see that there's some roguelike players out there. I used to play alot of Rogue, Nethack and DCSS last year, but kind of didn't have time this year. Now I have plenty, so I'm trying to get back to video games and computers a little bit.
I tried Hyper Light Drifter lately, didn't like it. I also started to play Duskers, this game is pretty neat.