posted on May, 17 2013 @ 01:36 PM
Originally posted by thunder2u
op, s&f I couldn't agree more with you,, I bought a ps3 on there last year for under 200.00. could have went cheaper, but got a really great
it is cheap entertainment, but the ladies usually aren't too competitive, and the stoylines usually do not entice the ladies. as guys,, if we can
blow something up, or shoot it, we are good to go..
As a former female competitive gamer, I blow a raspberry at you.
Females actually do like shoot 'em and blow 'em ups. Have a good number
of gaming female friends who do just that.
To add to the Poor man's list:
Free to Play
World of Warcrack
League of Legends
Defense of the Ancients 2 (aka DOTA 2)
Team Fortress 2
"Big Name" Shooters on sale on Steam:
Borderlands (coop) ($7.49)
Borderlands 2 (coop) (currently $13.59)
Counter Strike: Global Offensive ($7.49)
Lots of great indie/small gamehouse games though with varying degrees of playtime with a couple for gamers with "non competitive" ladies;
God Mode ($9.99)--Coop. Got a terrible and probably undeserved metacritic score. As a former comp fps player, I got about 30 hours of playtime from
the game and found it to be chaotic fun. Average players find it a whole lot more challenging or, as one of my son's friends put it--"my dad keeps
trying to play it and keeps dying but he sucks..."
Dungeon Defenders ($14.99)--Coop. Could be fun for those who have more gentle hearted ladies. Strategic coop type of game, cartoon design but not too
kid like. Cute game overall with lots of playability. Whole family could play it really.
Orcs Must Die 2 ($14.99): Same genre type as Dungeon Defenders. Cartoon like graphics but a little more "grown up". 2 player coop with one
male/one female character so good for couples. |
Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army ($14.99)--Coop. Set in WWII with Nazi zombies that you snipe--how can one not like that? Tougher shooter.