This is my 'sim' now. I don't have time for that much else so I come here for a bit of rest, relaxation, swordplay, and bardic doings!
Yes that is also a reason I have not been on other games for a while. With all the games here I am having a good time and enjoying life greatly. I have a lot of fun playing here.
So many choices… First choice would be Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodlines. Who wouldn't want to be a vampire with amazing powers for a time? Live forever and nights are one party after another *smile*.
I guess I never got into the vampire thing. I never have tried it either so I do not know about this game you speak of. I guess I have a particular taste in the things I like to do *smile*.
Off topic posts moved to its own topic: Video Game Recommendations as this topic is about a game you will like to live in real life and not recommendations about games in general to play.
I'm surprised no one said any of the super hero games, I've always wanted to be a real life super gal so let's go with Superman Returns.
Hmm, might have to go with one of the advanced crafting games such as Fortresscraft Evolved. Using one's wits to build industry, delve for resources, and craft what is needed appeals to me.
If I could combine games, probably slap that together with something like Planet explorers, to add in the aspects of doing the above for the sake of a burgeoning colony on a new planet.
I like where you went with that. Do I remember reading you are an engineer? If so, this sounds right up your alley. For me, it would definitely be something middle age(Ish) where magic works. That just appeals to me too much and I could see where magic could lighten the load on the average people. I would hope to be a force for good in this environment. Thus, why something like Icewind Dale appeals to me.
We break from If You Could Play A Video Game In Real Life to share a message from past times:
Today is: 19th May (GMT), in history on the 19th of May, 1992 AD the following event happened:
27th Amendment ratified, prohibits Congress from raising its salary