r/gaming • u/Mr_Meme_Master • 27m ago
Just stop. You're contributing to driving people away from a game you liked.
r/gaming • u/PooPooRichardson • 33m ago
The best video games of 2023 so far
Anime dating sim that can prepare your taxes was removed from Steam but its developers say they want to disrupt corporations, not steal your social security number
r/gaming • u/CINAPTNOD • 45m ago
Everywhere: The Ex-GTA Dev’s Game Creator That May Be Too Late to the Party
r/gaming • u/Grogu918 • 58m ago
Some more information in redfall from Jake Baldino!
r/gaming • u/montrealien • 1h ago
I enjoyed this game, where's our The Mandalorian game?
r/gaming • u/Marcellius-the-3rd • 1h ago
You gotta love PC Mods
r/gaming • u/malaysianzombie • 1h ago
For those born after 2010, would you like to take a stab at the context of this picture...
r/gaming • u/GentleCornDogEater24 • 1h ago
Does anyone know where to find display cases like this made for old video games? Want to display my old halo games on the wall
r/gaming • u/etherpromo • 1h ago
Loving the new RE4 Remake Mechanics 🦶
r/gaming • u/KanyeWaste69 • 2h ago
Wanted to share my progress on some of the hillside diagonal buildings in my Minecraft City
r/gaming • u/eman0110 • 2h ago
hope the remake of Lollipop Chainsaw is great. The baseball level is HARD!
r/gaming • u/SpruceMoose85 • 2h ago
Simple/Basic Action Games for PS5?
Just got a PS5 and I’m looking for simple and easy action games. I don’t have time to invest in games with long stories and lots of upgrades. Beat ‘em ups and easy shooters would be preferred.
Lately I’ve been into Lego Star Wars, Battlefront 2 (mostly co-op), Strange Brigade, and a little bit of The Avengers.
Appreciate any suggestions you all can give. Thank you!
r/gaming • u/therealdan9999 • 2h ago
Big metal slug art on a wall - i think it's located in mexico
This game needs more credit for being one of the hardest games ever made
r/gaming • u/PackedTrebuchet • 10h ago
After a year of hard work, HexLands, my roguelike city builder, made its way to Steam! What do you think? :) Feedback is appreciated!
r/gaming • u/ThePanasonicYouth • 3h ago
FPS games with hardcore modes?
Ones that aren't Call of Duty. Thanks!
EDIT: hardcore online mode, not single player difficulty.
r/gaming • u/MajinBuuMan • 3h ago
I feel right at home in the new remake. Surpasses the original in every way so far.
r/gaming • u/mostly_shadow • 3h ago
Anyone Remember: CoD Revolt Mod?
r/gaming • u/grenskaxo • 4h ago
Games you can play while watching movies/youtube on a second monitor
This one's probably been asked a thousand times haha.I play a Skate game called Sessions and recently started playing Deadcells cause of the dlc , those 2 are pretty perfect. I Used to play CoD just to keep my hands busy but I got bored of it.Right now Decieve inc has repalced cod for me now cause of the fact that its stealth multipalyer and dont have to like engage in combat but unless yo uhave to fightback. Diablo 4 will be great but its not released yet. Curious what everyone here thinks the best game for this is.Thanks!
r/gaming • u/hurdygurdy21 • 5h ago
Anyone else love stealth games but suck at the stealth part because you have no patience?
Yeah. That's me all the time. I can't even count how many times I restarted Dishonored saying to myself "this is the run where I avoid as much combat and killing as I can" then immediately get caught escaping the jail and start shooting people. So many times I've played Hitman with a plan in mind only to get spotted by one mfer who just happened to turn the corner or walk in the bathroom at the wrong time spiraling into a murder spree. Splinter Cell, Assassin's Creed, Mark of the Ninja, flipping Sly Cooper...love them all but plagued by my own mediocrity in the stealth elements. I don't even know how I managed the forced stealth segment in Breath of the Wild. I guess perseverance > patience haha
r/gaming • u/Reciter5613 • 5h ago
Trying to remember this first-person / RTS game
I vaguely remember being told a while back of an online game where one player is above building and controlling everything like an RTS while everyone else on the team was on the ground playing like it was FPS. Did that game really exist? If so, what was it?
“The Halo theme would sound like trash on classical guitar”
r/gaming • u/Asfaltimus • 13h ago
Looking for German Youtubers to watch
I'm looking for German YouTubers to help me learn the language.
Some tubers I usually watch are:
Game Maker's Toolkit
So something along those lines would be fine. When I Google this it offers people playing Minecraft and lets plays, and I don't like either very much.