Black & White
Diablo
Dune (2)
Giants Citizen Kabuto
Half-Life (2)
Morrowind
Myst
Plane Scape Torment
Pokemon
Riven
Starcraft
Warcraft III
Viva Pinata
American McGee Alice

American McGee Alice

I've played this game a couple of times and even though it's a bit dated I can still recommend it to anyone looking to spend an evening or two on a game with great atmosphere (if you are lucky enough to still find the game). It doesn't have a lot of replay value so don't spend your last penny. Read more...

Ashen Empires

Ashen Empires

This game was my first MMORPG. The game has very simple graphics but when it comes to crafting it is quite complex. It’s the crafting that I enjoyed most, but for anyone willing to try their hand at it I would suggest using macro’s! Macro’s are of course not allowed and I won’t admit to using them myself *wink, wink* but crafting in this game without them can lead to a bad case of RSI. The game is still available, has an active community and is free to play. Read more…

Diablo 2

Diablo II

This is one of my favorite games of all times! Back in the day I played this game so much that it gave me a bad case of repetitive strain injury (RSI), which eventually forced me to give it up for a long time. Even so this is still my go-to game when I have nothing to play and I enjoyed playing it with multiple classes. The first class I reached Hell level with was the sorceress but I've also reached that level with a druid. Read more...

Don’t Starve

Don't Starve

A friend introduced me to this game and at first I didn’t think I’d like it. One day however, I was browsing the Steam sales and saw it for just a few euro’s, decided to buy it and give it a quick go. The game wasn’t easy to get into, I died a lot and I soon found myself on the Wiki. After dying half a hundred times I finally got the hang of it and found that this game can be very addictive! So far I’ve managed to stay alive for over 300 days but I usually lose interested after my base is complete. Then I start over because I’m a perfectionist and there is always a better, faster, easier way to do things. Read more...

MTG

Magic: The Gathering

One of the few table-top games I’ve actively played. This game had my interested for many reasons; strategy, collectables, social interaction and beautiful art work. I was most active between 2003 and 2005 with the Mirrodin and Kamigawa expansions. For both expansions I bought the box-sets that also provided novels explaining the story behind the cards. Read more…

Minecraft

Minecraft

This game might not look like much graphic wise but it is a lot of fun, especially when playing it with a couple of friends or on a communal server. If you have a creative mind and enjoy exploring, collecting and building then this might be your next addiction! When I started out it was on a server called RushTea (no longer online) and I stuck around for a couple of years. During this time I’ve created quite a number of cool projects which I would like to share with you if you’re interested. Read more…

Nethergate

Nethergate

In 1999 I had a demo of the original game and enjoyed it so much that I ordered it. Recently I wanted to play the game again but unfortunately the copy I had was a Mac only. The remastered game is available via Steam. Although a game is never as exciting as the first time you play it, the feeling of recognition is also nice. Read more…  

Neverwinter Nights

Neverwinter Nights

This is a game I’ve sadly never finished, the furthest I ever got was halfway chapter 3, at which point I became bored with the repetitiveness of the game. One of the hardest thing about this game is building a character that I'll enjoy playing long term. I’ve recently started playing again and I think I’ve finally found a build I really like. Then I made the mistake of moving my saves and the game deleted them. I'll have to start over, again... Read more…

Oblivion

Oblivion

I’ve had this game for over 10 years and never finished it until November 2018, although it wasn’t for the lack of trying. I’ve created many characters of many different classes and races but never managed to play for more than a handful of days before giving up on them. The levelling system was flawed and although you couldn’t walk five minutes without stumbling on a cave, ruin or Oblivion gate the world felt empty. Even so I knew the game had enormous potential, if only I could find the right balance of skills and playstyle. Once a while I’d give it another go and eventually cracked the code. Read more…

Pokemon Go

Pokemon Go

I’ve played Pokemon Yellow, Silver and Gold. When this game came out I thought it would be fun to try and I’ve enjoyed the hell out of it! The game mechanics aren’t the same as the original Nintendo games but that’s to be expected with a mobile game. Instead of weakening pokemon before catching them you just throw pokeballs at them until you catch it or it runs away. You also don’t fight other people personally but you fight their pokemon at gyms. Read more…

Skyrim

Skyrim

After playing Morrowind and Oblivion it was only obligatory that I play Skyrim as well. I did have to get over the fact that this time the game was primarily made for console and not for PC. The controls and interface were some getting used to but in the end I really loved the game! The game looks great, the world is engaging and fighting dragons is just awesome! Read more…  

Spore

Spore

This is a game with a fun concept but which never became really popular. It does have a small but hardcore following of really creative people that make amazing creatures, buildings and spaceships. The game has multiple stages; cell, animal, tribe, civilization and space stage. Personally I only enjoyed the first two stages. Once a while I enjoy tinkering with the creature creation. Read more…  

WoW

World of Warcraft

This game was my addiction for at least six years. I had multiple accounts and more than 15 active characters. If I wasn’t at work or sleeping, I’d be online. At the end of 2011 the relationship with the game came to an end, it just started to feel like a second job rather than a game. I still feel a sense of loss for leaving the game behind as I had built up so much (even if it's virtual). Still there is no regrets for having spent so much time and money on this game, it was a lot of fun. Read more…
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