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Master Yuki

Hey guys! I was just wondering if you guys could recommend me some steam guys that can fit my budget? I don't like games that makes you think, horror, and zombies. I already have CS:GO, Payday 2, Ark, Final Fantasy Type-0, Rocket League, and Valkyria Chronicles. I want games that I can spend tons of hours in to. And the more games, the better.

I want a gaming PC that can run all game 1080p 60FPS!! But unfortunately, I don't have money and I'm too young to have a job XD

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Portal/2. Half-Life/2.

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I know g2a and g2play are cheap game sites. I've never used them but my friend has and hasn't had issues. I'd just find something on the steam sale though. The Official Czex's recommendations are good.

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You could buy this http://store.steampowered.com/sub/29197/ the valve collection as this gives you Portal 1&2 and Halflife 1&2 aswell as all the dlc and every counter strike games as well as a few others.

 

I picked this up a couple of days a go and have not regreted it.

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Never heard of g2play O.o

Get out of your cave bro :D

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Witcher 3, Far Cry 4 and AC Syndicate.

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I would have to recommend ArmA 3 for this one. I have logged over 1300 hours on the game, and I have had loads of fun playing it. It doesn't have the best engine though, so you can't easily get 60FPS on maxed out settings in 1080p. I get around 30-40FPS in clear scenarios on medium settings with my shitty little alienware X51 with an i3 and a GTX 645, so that should give you some help.

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