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Old 16-08-2018, 02:17 AM   #11
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have a look at the "call of duty" series
or the "stalker" series
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Which Call of Duty would you recommend for a decent single player campaign?
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Old 16-08-2018, 09:26 AM   #13
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Just had a quick look at Total War, I guess it’s a bit like the old c&c games? Used to love playing them.

My lad hasn’t got iRacing, I asked him and he said “super serious £15 a month game, but ‘sposed to be really good”. Probably overkill for me and he’s got umpteeen other racing games I can use to be fair.
Yeah real time strategy game shiny but a lot more in depth. The level of of realism is incredible. I love total war and have enjoyed all the dynasty warriors games for years so when I heard thry were combining the two

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Which Call of Duty would you recommend for a decent single player campaign?
Most of the early ones were very good, especially when you consider how old they are. I preferred the Modern Warfare versions rather than those set in WWII.

Another great set of games are the Battlefield series of games, especially the Bad Company range. Bad Company 1 and 2 were superb, 3 was shocking and glitchy. IV was also good. I believe V is due out this autumn
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Which Call of Duty would you recommend for a decent single player campaign?
The modern warfare games are a good place to start, and - being controversial here - the Infinite Warfare game has an excellent story and gameplay.

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COD MW2 is my Favourite of the Series.

I know you're not into online gaming, I'm not also.....however Fortnite is quite addictive. 100 players descend on a sprawling map and last one to survive wins.
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I will always recommend Dark Souls to anyone who asks :P
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Battlefield 1 is worth a look. Single player storylines are good imo.

I'll also add my recommendation for Fortnite. Great fun, especially if you don't take it too seriously. Free to play as well. They make their money from selling cosmetic items.
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Battlefield 1 is worth a look. Single player storylines are good imo.

I'll also add my recommendation for Fortnite. Great fun, especially if you don't take it too seriously. Free to play as well. They make their money from selling cosmetic items.
my 8 year old had a go on fornite last week. She didn't really understand it and just thought it was a game of hide and seek. So she kept hiding in bushes.

100 quickly went down to 50, then 37, then 18 and so on. Still she kept hiding in bushes, moving only when the ring forced her in.

She ended up getting down to last 5 and the smallest centre. We shouted of my fornite addict 13yr son who came down and got excited.

She then ended up (hiding under a bridge) as the last two. My 13 yr old said he should take over as she now had to shoot someone. She handed him the controller. He stepped out and wham... dead..... how we laughed.

2nd place in only her first ever go.

The next time she just ran to the centre and hid. Then went to the toilet. she finished 18th while the controller was unattended so i can vouch that its not a game of skill lmao
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Superb.

Reminds me of my days of hiding up the top of a sloping tree in Vietcong and spending the match popping people off with a sniper rifle, well before the days people started flying etc and i was exposed.
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