I think the persona games re a good way to ease yourself into the basic mechanics, then go for 4 and apocalypse once you've gotten a good hang on it. When you're ready to take things up a notch, nocturne and devil survivor, maybe soul hackers.
My room naturally has a slight smell to it, which I rather like. like an animal marking it's territory, it's a "me" smell. but it's fairly faint. but without fail, most who walk in there act like it's full of mustard gas.
A game of Counter Strike: Global Offensive.
You suffer from maddening network and frame lag
you have headphones welded to your head, and your teammates are as incompetent as they are angry. at you.
the enemies are all global elite professionals, mega co-ordinated korean commandos
And i'm playing a long game. Hoping for employment, but if i'm being honest, it's not going to happen. I have plans to slide into politics via city council, that's my only thing keeping me going, that i'll one day make it to parliament.
The original Deus Ex
Why? Well I allocated my points for a stealthy build, and the tutorial was decent enough in explaining the essential mechanics. And then the first level started, and I was thrown in at the deep end. With a weapon that took an age to aim and fire, no indication of where to...