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    Old 07-11-2013, 01:32 AM
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    Question Women play also where is our games

    HI HOW IS EVERYONE -- I AM A 53 YEAR OLD WOMAN AND I LIKE PC GAMES I LOVE FINAL FANTASY (BEFORE THEY RUINED IT) I HAVE BEEN PLAYING SINCE THE COMMADORE 64 AND I WANT SOME GAMES TO PLAY --I AM TIRED OF ALL THE SHOOT EM UP GAMES THAT HAVE THAT AS THE ENTERTAINMENT I WANT TO TALK TO PEOPLE I WANT TO DESIGN MY BASE I WANT QUESTS I WANT SHARING CREATING ORGANIZING BUILDING AND I WANT TO PLAY FOR FUN --SO SOMEONE GIVE ME A GAME LIKE THAT SICK OF THESE BORING GIVE ME YOUR MONEY GAMES I WANT TO BUY IT AND OWN IT ---NITA PC GAMER (gaming is not a waste of time desperate house wives is).
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    Old 07-11-2013, 02:05 AM
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    Dragon Age: Origins. You can play as a female, the interactions you have with pretty much every single character are different than what you'd have if you play as a male character. There's lots of talking (seriously, a lot) and the dialogue is mostly well voiced and always very interesting. Your relationship with the members of your group also changes/developes based on how you act, what decisions you make, the things you say and so on. This game is in no way a shoot-em-up.

    Skyrim (or the two previous TES games, Oblivion and Morrowind) are a lot like the above mentioned Dragon Age: Origins except much more open-world. In Skyrim and Oblivion you can even buy houses and decorate them how you want.

    Those are just two that I think fit the description of the games you're looking for. Call of Duty and similar shoot 'em ups might be popular but that's not all we have on the PC... there are thousands of games.
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    Old 07-11-2013, 03:58 AM
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    ANY of the Bioware games, really, from Baldur's Gate all the way up to Mass Effect and Dragon Age. Not so much building in those, though, and Mass Effect has a lot of shooting.

    X3: Terran Conflict. Play as a trader and build some massive factory complexes. Maybe even complete the HUB quest. (Don't bother with the "gold box". The X games are hundreds of hours long. If you like the game, there will be plenty of time to wait for another sale before getting an earlier game in the series.) Not so much talking to people in that one, though.

    The only game I know that's gotten close to Final Fantasy 7's story would be Planescape: Torment. It's a mighty old game but you can get it on GOG for cheap.

    Minecraft is certainly one heck of a builder game.

    MMOs are great for chatting with people but the only thing you'll build up is your character and you'll likely do it via unending battle.

    Have you ever played a city building type game? Tropico 4 might be something you like.
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    Old 07-11-2013, 05:07 AM
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    Old 07-11-2013, 05:24 PM
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    Just about any Elder Scroll and Fallout game. While fallout 3 and New Vegas are somewhat of shoot they are still primariyl an RPG.

    Any RPG with mod support seems to be the kind of game you'd be interested.
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    Old 07-11-2013, 05:26 PM
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    Old 07-11-2013, 05:47 PM
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    Jokes aside(I seriously love that picture), try looking into some free MMORPGs.
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    Old 07-11-2013, 05:52 PM
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    If you read the post instead of crying caps lock you will notice she said " I WANT TO BUY IT AND OWN IT"

    I recommend Skyrim, you can buy homes and decorate them or build your own from scratch. It has plenty of quests and is on the steam summer sale.
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    Old 07-11-2013, 06:28 PM
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    What's wrong with Runescape? Seems girl-friendly.
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    Old 07-11-2013, 06:38 PM
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    What's wrong with Runescape? Seems girl-friendly.
    back when I played star wars galaxies (before they ruined it) I ended up with a woman getting a fairly high position in my city because she enjoyed decorating and since I collected just about everything in game, she offered to decorate my city and other buildings, after that she made a fortune decorating for other people.

    I miss that game you could play and make money doing pretty much anything you could think of, you weren't just forced to level and play through combat.
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