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Should I Buy This Game?

r/ShouldIbuythisgame

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Posted by2 days ago

I love trophy hunting and am looking for a new game to play that will scratch this itch. Not ones that are insanely hard to collect them all, but are fun and still challenging enough.

The only games I've platinumed are both Spider-man and both Horizon games.

I tend to go for open world games like Horizon, Fallout, Witcher - but I'm open to other genres as well. Ideally single player.

So let me know which game(s) you had the most fun with collecting trophies. Thanks!

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Have you ever wanted to buy a game on Steam but didn't know if it was good? Have you ever had just enough money for an indie game but didn't know whether it was worth buying? Have you ever asked yourself, "Should I buy this game?"
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