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View Poll Results: Should I stop playing Counter-Strike 2 and Guild Wars 2?
No. Play all three games so you have backup. 1 16.67%
Yes. Just play EverQuest only. Other games are a waste of time. All of them. 5 83.33%
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Old 04-12-2024, 03:27 PM
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Had issues registering an account for that or I'd be playing it. Some weird shit.
I've been messing around recently on D2:R hardcore. I like how in HC you really have to worry about all your mitigation stats like resistances, defense, damage reduction, hit recovery, block %, etc. And every upgrade feels important. I'm also playing on controller which works pretty well for combat, and I can always swap to kb/m for inventory management.

I wish GW2 had full controller support, I'd give that a shot. I don't use kb/m anymore unless I need to, controller is just so much more comfortable.
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Old 04-12-2024, 03:35 PM
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Maybe try setting up a new bnet account. I did that to buy a second copy of the game when it was on sale for 20 bucks the other day, so I can multibox in the future. I was watching some HC streamers and it seems like having a BO bot is pretty common, also having a character to loot my corpse would be nice. Teleport is a great skill to die quickly, too many close calls on this play through.
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Old 04-29-2024, 02:20 AM
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EverQuest Project 1999 seems more your style, so why not give it a shot? Playing one game can be pretty chill, especially if it's the one you're really into
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Old 05-03-2024, 05:28 AM
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Honestly I've been playing a lot of online games in my time because I like the grind but lately I've been a bit burned out of playing Guild Wars 2, doing those fractals and the story completion, it all just takes too long to advance and isn't that much fun to be honest. As with Counter-Strike 2 I have a diamond riptide coin and I do like the operations but there are none right now and I feel like I'll have more fun playing EverQuest Project 1999 because it is the best game ever made.

Thing is I already invested my time and money into CS2 and GW2. Should I just quit these games regardless and only play EverQuest? How is it like to only play one game which is EverQuest Project 1999 is it better than playing multiple games??? I just don't know if I should quit all games to play Project 1999 only. Is this a good idea? Anyone here who's also played CS2 and GW2 and can explain a little why quitting them to play EverQuest is better? I just want to have a good explanation or excuse if I quit these games for EverQuest.
The choice is yours either way. Play what you like.
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Old 05-16-2024, 10:31 AM
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If you're feeling burnt out with Counter-Strike 2 (CS2) and Guild Wars 2 (GW2), it might be worth trying something new like Valorant. Valorant has been getting a lot of attention lately in the esports world and could provide the fresh challenge you're looking for. The gameplay is strategic and intense, which might give you that new excitement and engagement you’re missing right now.

I read an article on EGamersWorld that highlights how Valorant is growing in popularity and has a strong community and competitive scene. This might be a good way to balance out your gaming experience without completely giving up on the games you've invested time and money into.
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Old 05-16-2024, 08:33 PM
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This might be a good way to balance out your gaming experience without completely giving up on the games you've invested time and money into.
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Old 05-17-2024, 12:29 AM
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a friend was telling me about how they trade in-game skins worth thousands of dollars due to rarity.

thousands of $$ for a different colored gun.

actually yeah that sounds like the IQ of the average CS:GO player
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Old 05-18-2024, 10:58 AM
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Gaming sucks in the current year. CS used to be so good, one of the reasons I didn't play EQ back in the day.
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Old 05-28-2024, 10:32 PM
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I like these games.
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