I bought a game called space engineers, but it's really laggy, so I can't play it. I SO WANT TO THOUGH. I would a need faster pc. There's also one called medieval engineers, which is possibly more interesting, because you make the components, instead of having them just given to you.
These are not new but my cousin was getting rid of some older games and gave me a few. I'm looking forward to seeing if BloodRayne lives up to the hype it got in the old days. Cautiously pessimistic about State of Emergency. It might be ok though.
I did get Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zero a couple of weeks ago. It's only a demo, but it comes with a lot of content on the disc. It's a prequel to the title Metal Gear Solid 5: Phantom Pain, which should be released sometime this year or next year.
I got into the World of Warships Beta and it is awsome. Im just an average player but it is great to do well in some of these battles as I work my way up to get the next level ships in each category (Battleships, Destroyers, Cruisers and Carriers) in 4 nations so far (USA, UK, Japanese, Russians). It should be getting close to releasing the game and my progress will be wiped and I will have to start all over again, OH WELL, SIL. Hope to see you there.
I got Dragon Age Inquisition a while back, but have yet to play it much. It looks pretty cool, but so far has failed to pull me in. I also got the Elder Scrolls Anthology with all the Elder Scrolls games and have been playing it a lot.