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    Quote Originally Posted by Harrison View Post
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    - Subnautica !!!!! boy i loved this one. I can't remember last time i enjoy a game so much. Best game for me in last 2 years, any platform.
    - Kerbal Space Program - Superb game. So technical, so much potential. Perfect.
    Those are definitely 2 great games. Kerbal is bloody hard though. I had to cheat with some guides to build something that achieved anything! Lol

    And I love underwater games. Looking forward to Aquanox Deep Descent. Loved the original 2 games, and this looks promising. Also want to try out Uboat.
    Aquanox is now on may wishlist !!! thanks!

    In Kerbal, when i went to the moon, i felt so good, what an achievement. That game is fantastic.
    I put Aquanox in my wishlist on steam, i will read a bit more about it.
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    Mostly I play on the consoles, Xbox One X and PS4 Pro. And like everybody mentioned, I have a huge back catalogue, thus also not buying games on release. I have so much to play, never know what to play next, I don't like playing too many games simultaneously.

    I also play from time to time on my iPad, I bought the new Pro 12.9" some months ago, and it's absolutely fantastic. Mainly on that I play some strategy games, puzzle, sports and adventures, there's so many great ones for IOS (probably also for Android).

    I still play retro games from time to time, on my PS3, which I also still use to play my many PS3 games, otherwise I'm using RetroArch and play some games from consoles I never owned, there's some good sports games around, as I enjoy them the most.

    I don't have any retro hardware anymore, besides XBox, PS1 & PS2, Wii and a GC, and I'm not planning on buying some again. Probably gonna give them away at some point, like last time I gave a PS2 slim to a friend, and a PS1 to another.

    I run emulation still a lot, mainly to test out some games, lately I was testing all the translated ROMs from different consoles to put them in my collection, also for the use on my PSX Classic. I run emulation on PC, and then RetroArch on my PS3 and PSX Classic. Didn't use RetroArch on my PC yet.

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    RetroArch is a brilliant solution for so many platforms these days. But in PC the different emulators are often quite a long way behind the standalone emulators. MAME and WinUAE are very good examples of this. But for an all in one solution it's still great. I use it on my SNES mini.

    If you haven't played a classic game in years, it's never too late to start!


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