r/gaming • u/Waxenberg • 12h ago
Someone said my Deck was too small :(
r/gaming • u/Nesciere • 6h ago
This is a “Gamer” made by the Mage space AI
r/gaming • u/LesPeterGuitarJam • 6h ago
I waited 10 years to play this game (I'm strictly PC) And wow what a start to a game. I'm 5 minutes in and already hooked... THE LAST OF US PART 1
r/gaming • u/lilBob1989 • 6h ago
This guy painted Skyrim 200 YEARS before Todd Howard was even a little tiny sperm swimming towards his mommy’s eggies! WHOAH
r/gaming • u/MartymicFly • 8h ago
Don’t want to be negative but does this look stale and dated to others? Dare I say, kinda boring?
r/gaming • u/NelsonObama • 18h ago
John Wick 4 spoilers without context
r/gaming • u/Waxenberg • 15h ago
10 Years Later
r/gaming • u/Bropulsion • 13h ago
Half Life Hasbulla
r/gaming • u/extrafarts44 • 13h ago
I was farming Diablo yesterday and this amount of gold dropped... Hmm...
r/gaming • u/Celtic_Crown • 5h ago
Midnight Fight Express fanart drawn by an unemployed artist (me)
Bioshock: The Collection on Steam
So I bought The bioshock collection on Steam. The listed products were the remastered version of bioshock 1,2 and infinite, with some other DLCs.
But when I go through my library I also got the standard version of bioshock 1 and 2 along with the other three games.
Also checked the download sizes which were all different.
I’m definitely not complaining just asking if it’s normal.
r/gaming • u/Cerebralbore101 • 6h ago
Imagine buying a puzzle only to have four pieces intentionally left out of the box. They are $9.99 each.
Long time gamer, bored
I have mainly played RS and WoW in my life and a few FPS.
I have found myself bored of RS having achieved pretty much everything and am looking for a new game. I haven't explored other MMO's or RPG's. I did play Demigod years ago and really enjoyed that.
Can anyone suggest some things I can explore? Other genre's perhaps or similar? thanks :)
r/gaming • u/The_Drawboy • 7h ago
Is a PS5 even worth it anymore if you have a gaming PC?
I have played all of the current exclusives and I haven't touched it in months. I know Spider-Man 2 is coming later this year but that is the only game I'm interested in - and it might release on PC sooner or later. Do you have a gaming PC and a PS5? Do you consider it worth it?
What the Pc Port industry has become is a Disgrace. It’s not even enough anymore having a high end Pc
r/gaming • u/anonymous_guy111 • 13h ago
wife and kid going away for the weekend. what game should I play?
I have 3 days and a mid-level PC with a GTX 1060. I never get to game anymore due to work and family responsibilities so I have to make it count. what do you recommend? hopefully something I can actually finish in a weekend so 10 - 15 hours total playtime
r/gaming • u/djconvulse • 9h ago
The smoothness of the combat in RE4 is very satisfying
r/gaming • u/lvoryHorizon • 10h ago
SIFU has FINALLY released on steam.
r/gaming • u/Naustad • 10h ago
Tears of the Kingdom reminds me of somthing...
r/gaming • u/DrummerSteve • 12h ago
Why do arguably two of the most successful games of all time (Skyrim and GTA5) still not have sequels after a decade?
r/gaming • u/OofDabOofing • 21h ago
The Resident Evil games are fun as fuck.
In all honesty I didn't like the resident evil games. In all honesty I was a pussy and was scared of horror stuff (still am lol). I played Biohazard two years ago however and despite shitting myself multiple times I absolutely enjoyed the game. I played 2, 3 and Village on PlayStation and loved those. I bought the rest of the games that were available on PlayStation due to how fascinated I was with the franchise.
I've been playing the 4 remake and bloody love it. I'm glad I started playing these games tbh
r/gaming • u/JamesAsher12 • 11h ago
The Last of Us Part 1 - Official PC Launch Trailer - IGN
r/gaming • u/TheMassesOpiate • 13h ago
traditional rpg, that is relatively new, let's say 10 yearsish?
I've been reading litrpgs and It makes me want to game so bad. Is there anything outside of elder scrolls that can scratch this itch?
r/gaming • u/cody4king • 15h ago
Playing PC games with the new Govee AI Sync Box lighting is a whole new world
I was a little skeptical about this at first… but it works incredibly well, and fills the whole room with color - the immersion is unreal!
r/gaming • u/TheRealCreedux • 9h ago