Game Reccomendation??

So, I have an interesting desire for a new game to buy.

I am not too great at Video Games. While challenges are fun, I need a game to relax with.

I'm looking for a fun, preferably cheap game that will last a long time... 

but I also want it to be as easy possible. Like quick leveling up of my character to become the ultimate bad****, etc. A game where I can feel the most powerful, and not have TOO much difficulty, but only to blow off steam or just feel good for a while.

Any reccomendations? I've been looking at Kingdoms of Amalur, particularly. 

 

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Fable 3 was the easiest game ever.

The only thing discouraging me from buying it is the fact that once it's beat, there's literally NOTHING left to do.

I have really enjoyed what I have played of Kingdoms of Amalur. I think it would be a great way to kill some time. Other than that I would recommend the Mass Effect series if you haven't checked those games out yet.

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Any reccomendations? I've been looking at Kingdoms of Amalur, particularly. 

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I'd reccommend "Kingdoms of Amalur".

 

Also check out "Bayonetta" but start the game on "Normal" even though there's an Easy Mode.  You'll enjoy yourself and discover that once you've completed the game for the first time, you've only scratched the surface.

 

"Ninety Nine Nights II" is good fun as well if you just like to casually swathe through a sea of opponents.

 

Az

after playing it, prototype 2 seems like the game you want.

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it's incredibly easy, even on hard mode (just beat it)  the only difficult fight at all is the final boss, which is done in stages and your checkpoint after each one, so if you die after stage one, you come back at stage 2 with full health again easy mode, plus this is hard, i can't imagine how easy it is on easy or normal.

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only problem is length, it isn't very long i put like 30 hours into it but at the same time i got it for only $5. at bestbuy/gamestop the game is $30 atm though, might wanna look through amazon or ebay.

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the people saying kingdoms of amalur is right as well, the game is pretty easy and there are L O T S of quests to do like, hundreds. it's probably around $30 as well but way more content i'd get it before prototype 2 but if you see prototype 2 for cheap one day pick it up imo

After doing some research, I'm still torn... D'x

Prototype 2 seems like my kind of game...

However Kingdoms of Amalur calls out to me.

Not to mention a rather cheap Bayonetta D:

uugGGHhh y u do dis gaems

You can still do a lot of quests on Fable 3 after beating it.And you can still keep growing your treasury and passing your friends on the leaderboards by killing hobbes and balverines.

Metal Gear Rising on Easy sounds like something you would enjoy. Even without any upgrades at the start on Easy you can easily carve through everything, and then once you start getting your upgrades you really can start becoming a beast.

if you are torn get kingoms of amalur, by the time you beat e3 will be over seriously i put like 70 hours into the game an hardly did anything

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but if you are in a store or something and see prototype 2 on clearance for less than $15 or so get it right away.

Absolutely Zero things to do on Fable 3 after you complete it, the only thing I enjoyed with the game was the multiplayer. When you are connected to live you can actually hear and talk to all the other people that are online and playing the game. It's a great game if you want to get to know people, otherwise never buy it. Everytime a friend joined my game we just walked in circles not knowing what to do. ù_ú

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