r/gaming • u/JungleLiquor • 9h ago
Been searching this game for years. Am I the only one who knows it?
The game is titled “Houdini 1 - Master Of The Extraordinary: The Temple Of The Serpent”. It feels like my sister and I are the only ones who remember it
r/gaming • u/cattivix • 8h ago
PSA: Steam Link works with non-steam games as long as you add them to your library. Here's Zelda BOTW on my IPad :)
r/gaming • u/AlyksTheSage • 2h ago
Me as a Sorcerer from Dark Souls
r/gaming • u/ZakkTheInsomniac • 1d ago
How is your System Sitting? Vertical or Horizontal?
r/gaming • u/unsatisfeels • 22h ago
how many sonic the hedgehog games do u own or played?
r/gaming • u/Werewolf_Lazerbeast • 19h ago
Why do gaming articles write a bunch of bullshit, crap, unnecessary garbage before stating the main point of what the article title is about near the end?
Nobody wants to read through all that shit. Why do they do it?
r/gaming • u/redvakho • 20h ago
Suppose you can't afford Nintendo switch and Zelda games, which mobile game would you play that is similarly entertaining?
Any mobile game recommendations? It that can be 2D platformer as well. Game which is fun to play, has many stuff to explore, learn new skills, update weapons, has a fun plot. Can someone help us out?
r/gaming • u/1550shadow • 11h ago
What games were considered masterpieces when they released, but turned out being really bad in the greater scheme of things?
With this I don't mean games that are specifically bad/aged poorly, but those that changed their franchises for the worst, were surpassed by another installment (making them "bad" in comparison) or sold poorly, being bad for their creators.
An example is Assassin's Creed 1. That game was acclaimed and considered amazing, until 2 came out and a lot of people couldn't play 1 since.
r/gaming • u/D3v1LGaming • 11h ago
Updated my phone case after 3 years
r/gaming • u/ItsyouNOme • 11h ago
For a game (Gollum) that looked bad from the start I am seeing so many people still play it.
No wonder companies can charge full and bring out half assed games. Just baffled by how many people bought it and are streaming it. Devs will never learn now.
I used to hate the toxic days of COD lobbies and mutual trash talk....
Until I realized it had an unintended purpose that had a huge benefit. That benefit being that it properly socialized gamers. Back then people got roasted for forcing their kinks onto other people, meowing in voice chat because they want to be a furry, or just genuinely being annoying.
I think that it was an important lesson, for both kids and awkward people, on how to behave towards people or in group settings. I was one of those awkward kids and I was fortunate enough to have a mature community correct me when I said or did something that was weird or socially unacceptable. Wish we had that kind of society still... I think we've gone too far over on the spectrum of acceptance nowadays.
And before this thread gets started, I fully understand that I might get shit on for this take. But I do genuinely believe that it's important that people need to be ready for real world communication, outside of fantasy settings. And that's okay if you disagree!
r/gaming • u/averagelebanese • 16h ago
Can someone explain me why people are angry about the game lord of the rings gollum .
My console evolution. I’ve been a PC gamer my entire life, but I recently bought a PlayStation 5 to catch up on some of my favorite franchises of all time.
r/gaming • u/Moonjinx4 • 9h ago
I enjoy exploring Hyrule’s basement more than the Attic
Why do I call them that? Partly because when the TOTK game came out, I was half delirious with sickness and couldn’t be bothered to remember their actual names. But mostly because that’s what they are:
A basement is dark, spooky, filled with ghosts and other creepy things. Descending into them is a process as you seriously debate with every step if the item you need to get is actually worth it.
An attic is cramped, and filled with old, broken things that hardly anyone alive can remember is there, but you can spend hours exploring the old forgotten stuff because it’s cool and full of nostalgia, even if the nostalgia isn’t yours. There’s only one way into the attic, and it’s kind of a pain to access, so you wait until you have enough time to go there in case you get stuck in a nostalgic trip.
But I like the basement better. There’s something exciting about not being able to see too far ahead, and having huge, dark monsters suddenly appear in the fringes of the light you do have as you exclaim “What is THAT?!” Plus I like the music better. The attic music is too relaxing. The basement music keeps you on edge.
What about you? What’s your preference?
*edited because I realized I didn’t specify which Zelda game I was referring too.
r/gaming • u/stanfarce • 13h ago
If anyone is interested, my French Let's Play of PS1 Final Fantasy Tactics (1997/War of the Lions) is complete
r/gaming • u/TurboTBag • 8h ago
Aw hell naw
r/gaming • u/WuZiMu00 • 4h ago
What's a terrible game you want to remake to make it better?
Like everyone likes remakes and everyone likes a remake of an old great video game but nobody wants to remake the old terrible games like ride to hell or superman 64
r/gaming • u/foxtrot90210 • 11h ago
What software do you use to edit your gaming clips?
For those that post to YouTube, tiktok, twitch, etc… what software do you use to edit your game clips? (CapCut, premiere, etc)
r/gaming • u/LongWaysForResults • 20h ago
If you were to rank all the TellTale Walking Dead games, what order would you put them?
Me personally? I would say:
- Season One
- Season Four
- Season Two
- Season Three
r/gaming • u/Vexelbalg • 13h ago
What happened to music rhythm games? (eg Guitar Hero)
As the title says. They were pretty big from around 2008 - 2012 and then they kind of disappeared it seems to me.
Which is a real pity cause I would love to have friends come over for dinner and drinks (90s kids all grown up now) and then jam to some rock classics.
r/gaming • u/BurlyKnave • 6h ago
I think I may have a problem
r/gaming • u/agreaterfooltool • 10h ago
What are some games that are fun to watch but not fun to play?
r/gaming • u/Electrical-Apple3582 • 22h ago
The statistics on video game achievements make no sense to me. An achievement you get within 5 minutes of gameplay has only been acquired by 75% of players? HOW?
What are people doing? Buying a game, booting it up, then immediately throwing their computers out the window?
Seriously I just started a new game and within the first 20 minutes I got four achievements. Two were in the low 70's and one was like 68%. You literally cannot progress the game without getting these achievements. Does that mean almost a quarter of all players just stopped playing within the first 5 minutes? Who does that?
Hollowknight is a great example. There's an achievement for getting your first charm in the game, something you can do within 90 seconds of starting the game. Yet 24.5% of all players have failed to get this achievement??
Only 20% of players have beaten the last boss like ????!!! This game has a user score of 9.0 on metacritic, on steam 97% of players have reviewed it positively, yet only 1 in 5 people have actually even played it to completion? How is a game that 80% of it's userbase never finished reviewing so highly? Who rates a game positively when they haven't even finished it?
I know none of this matters but I'm baffled. And these aren't just outliers. Every game is like this!
r/gaming • u/TOAOFriedPickleBoy • 8h ago
What are some examples of “Life-Ruining Games”?
These games can either suck in your entire life (like Osu!) or they can destroy your wallet (like Genshin Impact) or even both (like CS:GO).
I’m trying to make an iceberg chart of them, just because I think it would be interesting. Some items include Fortnite, Starcraft, HOI, and Kingdom of Loathing.