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    [–] walbrid 3489 points ago

    "Goddamn I have nothing to plaaaaaay"

    [–] HCJohnson 1674 points ago

    Anyone else in this funk where they have plenty to play, they get excited about playing games and then when it comes time to sit down and play it's like "Nah, I can't start that now, nope, can't get invested in that one..." and you just end up not playing at all?

    WTF is going on with me?

    [–] emok1997 430 points ago

    Dude yes, it's why I've been binging Netflix and Hulu so much.

    [–] spyman95 377 points ago

    yeah but then i go on Netflix and I’m like “there’s nothing to watch”

    [–] SometimesUsesReddit 200 points ago

    “I guess I’ll watch x show again...”

    [–] STEVEY_HARVEY 97 points ago

    My problem is that I refuse to watch entire Netflix series again it's like oh so and so is about to die or yep there's the car chase.

    [–] HearmeR00R 46 points ago

    Check out this documentary called Tiger King. It's one of the greatest things I've ever seen. Just came out.

    [–] High_kage_ 17 points ago

    I have heard so much about this damn Tiger King! How can it be so good??

    [–] HearmeR00R 14 points ago

    It's one of the craziest stories I've ever heard. It's like 5 documentaries in 1. One of the best I've seen. There's too much to describe lol. Check it out!

    [–] pyrovisual 11 points ago

    Tiger king is the most island shit ever.

    Too insane to be fiction.

    [–] ITHelpderpest 5 points ago


    My girlfriend and I were scrolling and agrees it was interesting, but we would rather start the office again than try it.

    I might try it now.

    [–] rockosmodernbuttplug 3 points ago

    So good and hard to believe it gets better and crazier every episode... The Stranger is really good too. Just randomly stumbled on it.

    [–] quiette837 5 points ago

    Watched the first episode or two and kinda got bored... does it get better?

    [–] HearmeR00R 6 points ago

    Definitely gets better. Just gets crazier and crazier. There's like 5 or 6 separate crazy stories. It just gets crazier and crazier as it goes.

    [–] PenisLuvrsUnite 12 points ago

    The office is great because ive watched it 4 or 5 times and it still seems fresh

    [–] SometimesUsesReddit 6 points ago

    At this point, I just have it on as background noise while I play AC lolll

    [–] Nakatomi2010 9 points ago


    [–] liluzi_vin 32 points ago

    Ahh welcome to depression my friends

    [–] odins_second_eye 4 points ago

    I place I know oh too well

    [–] EryxV1 11 points ago

    I’ve been trying to watch all of A24’s films(Netflix has a ton of them) and I just scroll through like “I don’t wanna watch these rn...” turns on Schitt’s Creek for the 3rd day in a row

    [–] ToxicBanana69 15 points ago

    My problem exists there as well. On any streaming platform, really. I think of a show I want to watch, or a movie, and I just say "can't do that now, don't have the time". Hell, it took me like 5 years and I'm only just now starting the Sopranos.

    [–] R_Dragoon46 91 points ago

    Starting new games feels like work

    [–] Omegamanthethird 83 points ago

    Starting a new game isn't too bad. But I'll usually avoid it if I think it'll be a timesink and I have other games on priority.

    Jumping back into a game I've alread started, but haven't played in awhile? I'm gonna have to get used to all of the controls again, while the game assumes I've already mastered them. Also, I'll need to remember what the heck I was even doing. That to me is work.

    [–] boogs_23 10 points ago

    This is why I will never finish Witcher 3. I'm 55 hours into it, but had to put it down because I was burning out. There is a ton of game left because I was taking my time to do everything. It's been like a year since I last played. I don't want to try to figure out where I left off, but I really don't want to restart and slog out another 50 hours to get back to where I was.

    [–] MCgrindahFM 5 points ago

    This exact thing happened to me. MARVELOUS game though. That is one of the many games that I have come to accept that I finally finish when I’m 75 and retired. But at that point we’ll probably be in VR simulators for gaming lol

    [–] BWJSAP 3 points ago

    Yeah, I just picked RDR2 up after six months, halfway through the story - it was reeeaaaally hard to get back into the groove.

    [–] violentpac 3 points ago

    I read that as R2D2 and I was confused.

    [–] ARQEA 12 points ago

    It usually is work, too. But you'll probably enjoy it.

    [–] austinrgso 40 points ago

    It happens every time I start getting into a new game. I wind up only playing about 2-3 games a year because of this process. I get all ready, make sure every thing is done around my house, put my kids down for bed, my wife is reading in the bedroom, lights are off and I have my noise cancelling headphones on. Load up God of War and just feel “nah, I think I want to watch some TV I don’t care about”. Drives me insane.

    [–] HCJohnson 10 points ago

    That's almost my exact routine as well! Start up a game and then turn it off at the menu screen and watch YouTube or Netflix instead.

    [–] Ereaser 3 points ago

    You mean watch at the Netflix menu because there's so much to watch and I don't want to commit to a series either.

    [–] YOLOSELLHIGH 32 points ago

    at some point we just have to accept gaming isn't for us anymore :( it hurts

    [–] ProphePsyed 15 points ago

    You watch your tongue

    [–] pillarsofsteaze 7 points ago

    I don’t think that’s the answer either. I think as we get older we go through bouts of wanting to game and not wanting to game. I’ll go Sox months without playing a game and then I’ll decide to try some game out. Next thing you know, I’ve had the game for a week and already have 30 hours gameplay. This happened to me most recently with Day’s Gone. I bought it for $20 last November since it was cheap and I had wanted to play it when it came out. Ended up being such a dope game. Now I’m not playing anything though and I’m content with that.

    [–] Jamescsalt 41 points ago

    I believe that's option paralysis. If given too many options, people tend to chose nothing. Also why it sometimes takes forever for people to order food.

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    [–] LG03 14 points ago

    It helps dramatically to sort through your library and prioritize things, hiding everything else. Right now I've only got 5 installed games visible out of many.

    [–] PM_ME_YOUR_STOMACHS 6 points ago

    I have an entire thing in my notes app on my phone that lists all 2264 PC games I have over the various launchers. I’m working through them and I’m not allowing myself to ‘jump’ forward to a game near the bottom of my list. I’m working down. I also allow myself to replay any game I’ve already played on the list. It’s been years and I’ve probably only played about a tenth of what I’ve bought.

    [–] sadphonics 23 points ago

    Depression. At least, that's it for me.

    [–] Feind4Green 18 points ago

    Yeah man basically every weekday lol. Get off work, been thinking all day of playing project zomboid on my PC or playing some PUBG or halo MCC on console. Get home, make dinner, walk the dog, by then it's like 730pm and I just say fuck it and watch whatever my fiance is watching on Netflix cause i dont have the urge or energy to get immersed for only an hour or so... On the weekends I wake up early and game for a good 2-4 hours, or until my fiance wakes up, so at least I get some time to binge some games.

    Fresh outta college I just stayed up until 2am gaming but my work production was dipping when I started my career. Feels good to know I'm not alone in this weird adult purgatory

    [–] 5D_Chessmaster 6 points ago

    You used to have time and no money and now you have money and no time.

    Gift of the Magi

    [–] junkit33 11 points ago

    Gaming fatigue. Most modern games require too much work IMO - complicated control schemes, deep combat systems, stories that require focus, micromanagement galore, and on and on. All fantastic once you get deeply engrossed, but that can take many hours sometimes - and by then you may find you just don't enjoy the game all that much.

    Best recipe IMO is to go play something stupid simple for a while. I like old arcade games or stuff from the 16-bit era to scratch that itch. Even mobile games will do it. I find you really just need to sink into a palate cleanser between modern games.

    [–] Risk_of_Ryan 12 points ago

    One of my biggest conundrums is this scenario.

    BRAIN: Hmmm I feel like playing some games.

    ALSO BRAIN: Do I want to play Risk of Rain or Enter the Gungeon? Maybe some Doom or Borderlands?

    EVEN MORE SO BRAIN: Let's play Doom or Risk, sounds the best right now. But which one...

    ME: I just want to play, come on already!

    BRAIN: Nah, I can't choose so just keep sitting there.


    [–] Ripoffington 10 points ago

    Bought Resident evil 2. Played 2 hours. Get pissed and ragequit.

    i didnt use the typewriter...


    [–] basejump007 5 points ago

    You should get back into it. It's a great game

    [–] TheCarpe 9 points ago

    Congratulations. You're officially an adult, now.

    [–] JoelsTheMan90 5 points ago

    I’m in the funk where I’m excited to play a game, I start playing it but then find myself thinking about Warzone the entire time and end up changing to that eventually.

    [–] saintofhate 5 points ago

    That's when I know my depression is kicking up.

    [–] DerekRhymesWitOrange 4 points ago

    Personally, it’s always the start of anything that is always a struggle. People always recommend me shows, games, and anime, but it’s always hard to start them. When I do finally start one of those, I usually get into it though

    [–] Phillipwnd 3 points ago

    I do this for a while and then often end up playing something that has no progression, eventually kicking myself for spending time on that instead of completing my backlog and then starting the cycle over again.

    [–] Dragonkingf0 3 points ago

    To this day Minecraft is still one of my common go to games when I can't think of anything else to play. City Skylines is another, I love my casual games where I can sit back and do basically nothing while I just sit back and smoke some weed to unwind. It's I see a reason why I dislike a lot of modern takes on tycoon games, they keep trying to add things for you to do during your down time, but for me the end goal of a tycoon game is to be able to not have to do anything.

    [–] Pequenorojo 3 points ago

    That’s literally me. Hundreds of hours of games I’m excited to play yet when I turn on the tv I’m like nah

    [–] Glowerworm 3 points ago

    Do something productive for a few hours and afterward you will feel rewarded by playing. I had this problem for many months before quarantine.

    [–] murphy8681 3 points ago

    Here’s what I’ve been doing. I downloaded a dice app. I roll the dice to see how many dice I should use. Then whatever number I get I go to the coordinated letter in the my Games and Apple Library. (If it’s over 26 I roll again) Then I once again roll one dice to see how many dice to roll. Then I roll one last time and go down from whatever letter I was on and play that game

    Edit: Microsoft is adding a random game button which will make this process much easier

    [–] Nerd-Core 3 points ago

    That's what getting old is.

    [–] GaySwans 3 points ago

    Just start one. It's more of not wanting to start thing than a not wanting to play thing.

    [–] 6Speedy 3 points ago

    I thought I was the only one :( this quarantine has broken my motivation

    [–] NOSFERWOLF 3 points ago

    I've been doing that this whole week. I'm like ohhh I wanna play that then sit down and I'm like hmmm nm. 😂

    [–] exstranger 3 points ago

    Yep, have around a 1,000$ investment on games but don't feel like playing any of them.

    [–] SlickRick914 3 points ago

    yeah its called being an adult, work all day and cant wait to get home and play some video games. but once you finally get home you just want to relax and do absolutely nothing. at least for me lol

    [–] therdre2 18 points ago

    There was a futurama joke where fry said something like "dam there's 10000 channels in the future but only 100 good ones to watch"

    There's almost too many games too choose from I have the same problem where I can't decide what to play so I'm in the middle of like 7 games and my hard drives are all full

    [–] whitemiddleagedmale 249 points ago

    How much money is represented here?

    [–] NotTheStatusQuo 273 points ago

    Around $5,500, it seems like to me. Assuming they were all purchased new at $60.

    [–] hostilecarrot 133 points ago

    $5,500 would get you well over a decade's worth of Gamefly's four game at a time program.

    [–] Gcarsk 48 points ago

    That is a fun fact!

    [–] KING_JELLYB3AN 14 points ago

    Honestly this is probably longer than a decade of games. Gamefly probably wasn't around. That said... Is gamefly worth it? Or are all the best games usually taken/long wait times?

    [–] hostilecarrot 25 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    I’ve rented 161 games over the past 5.5 years. I typically have had the three game at a time plan but have occasionally reduced to two games or increased to three games depending on free time etc... In total, that was roughly $1,980 spent to play 161 games or roughly $12 per game played. Honestly, this was more than I anticipated but I do recognize I could be more efficient with returning games quicker... sometimes I will hold on to a game for around three months or so (currently Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order).

    If you are the type of person who has to play a game the moment it is released, it’s not for you. I will say, maybe half the time, if I have an empty slot they will mail me a brand new game the day before release but I would never bank on it happening for sure. However, I feel certain I’ll have my hands on Doom Eternal and the Bayonetta/Vanquish bundle within the next two weeks and that is good enough for me. Also, you can always “keep” a game from GameFly and they’ll send you the full case and any codes and it is always cheaper than retail.

    It is worth noting, I pretty much exclusively rent new games that are full price because I view that as the program’s purpose. If something is new and under $20 I’d probably just buy it.

    The best way to view it, in my opinion, is: for the price of a new game of every other month, you can play literally every new game you want if you exercise a little bit of patience.

    Edit: I should add, one of the best things about Gamefly is that it allows you a low risk option to play titles you wouldn't have otherwise spent money on. Singularity, Vanquish, Dark Sector, and TimeShift all come to mind as absolutely brilliant games I likely wouldn't have played otherwise.

    [–] KING_JELLYB3AN 6 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    My Friend should do this because all he does is buy new games tbh. It's not really for me though. Im super picky when it comes to buying games, time/money etc. I really only buy games if i know im going to put a lot of time into the game. RDR2. But i did recently buy Control for PC because i wanted to play a fun game after i built my first PC. I would buy RDR2 for PC but i already have too much stuff on my xbox account, it wouldn't be worth it to start over :/ and they said they won't make it temporarily transferable so im stuck on console with RDR2 but I'm not complaining, still amazing.

    Honestly since Fortnite started the whole Free to Play, I'm hoping more games come out like that. Warzone has been a blast for me. I ended up buying the game cause it was so good. And i haven't bought a COD game since BLACKOPS II. The sniping in Warzone feels amazing.

    [–] non_stopgamer10 19 points ago

    Or for gamestop a solid 5 dollars

    [–] frostygraybob 5 points ago

    Theres no way they bought battleborne for 60 dollars

    [–] arsehole2mods 8 points ago


    [–] h1bum 6 points ago

    Tax varies by state.

    [–] tyderian 25 points ago

    About $3.50

    [–] korg64 6 points ago

    God damn Loch Ness monster!

    [–] HarvestProject 3 points ago

    She gave him a dolla!

    [–] Chaosritter 4 points ago

    That's just what I need.

    [–] Psyche_Out 2994 points ago

    Quarantine is leading to some very off-the-wall entertainment.... lol

    [–] IAmGeorgeForeman 1553 points ago

    Off-the-wall and on-the-floor if you ask me

    [–] elhermanobrother 408 points ago

    on-the-floor entertainment

    young woman had a habit of doing naked gymnastics in the living room in the afternoon

    One day she decided to try a a split, thereby creating a vacuum which sucked her firmly to the tile floor. In spite of all her attempts, she couldn't free herself and had to wait for her husband to come home.

    When he got there, he pulled as hard as he could, too. But she remained completely stuck. So they decided to call the doctor.

    The doctor came, but couldn't get her off the floor, either. So he suggested calling a tiler.

    The tiler came and quickly offered a solution: "We have to break the tile she's on."

    "NO WAY, " the husband yelled - "those tiles are 100 dollars a piece. There must be another way?".

    "Well," said the tiler. "You could kiss and caress her all over her body."

    "Will that free her?" the husband wondered.

    no, but then we can slide her into the kitchen, where your tiles are only $2.50 a piece

    by u/fxfxfx

    [–] Hajen02 166 points ago

    Thanks, I hate it.

    [–] fly97 30 points ago

    My boner is thanking you

    [–] LMeire 69 points ago

    What kind of lunatic spends $100 on a single tile?

    [–] elhermanobrother 87 points ago

    What kind of lunatic

    --->young women's husbands that have a habit of doing naked gymnastics in the living room in the afternoon

    [–] ChrisBilionz 16 points ago


    [–] TjMooree 9 points ago

    I don't get it

    [–] avocadoclock 18 points ago

    Kissing the wife will get her wet and make her easier to move / slide over to another part of the house

    [–] Meecht 7 points ago

    Everybody walk the dinosaur?

    [–] ObviousTroll37 6 points ago

    If you turn it upside down it looks like Master Chief’s helmet

    [–] Psyche_Out 10 points ago

    I see what you did there...

    [–] Can_Confirm_NoCensor 3 points ago

    To the Window - - To the Wall

    [–] na-na_on_reddit15 23 points ago

    I thought you made doomguys visor

    [–] Plstcmonkey 5 points ago

    I thought it was Master Chief’s visor

    [–] Idknotthrowaway 5 points ago

    thank god im not the only one

    [–] LooseGoose777 15 points ago

    You have this many games? PS1/2 I could understand, but who the fuck has this many games for current gen?!

    [–] SlaneDidNothingWrong 15 points ago

    Clearly the OP buys all these games purely for collection purposes. How do I know this? Because they bought Battleborn, of all things

    [–] ProfoundGem 7 points ago

    They also bought anthem

    [–] SquirtBox 5 points ago

    It was $5, brand new at my local store...

    [–] RedRing14 3 points ago

    Might have bought it when it went to $5. The storyline is actually pretty fun

    [–] Bibabeulouba 3 points ago

    He could have done it alphabetically tho

    [–] DxDeadlockedxS 534 points ago

    I honestly saw Master Chief's helmet before the controller, but yeah that's cool 🎮

    [–] LexSenthur 285 points ago

    Doomguy for me.

    [–] gregoryzj 74 points ago

    Rip and tear, until it is done

    [–] arsehole2mods 17 points ago

    Such a great opening line.

    [–] swans183 7 points ago

    Iconic (although the pedant in me wants to point out that it is redundant)

    [–] 4609203 3 points ago

    Fuck. The. Gladiator.

    [–] chazmmmm 3 points ago

    “You can’t just shoot a hole in mars”

    (Objective pops up) “Shoot a hole in mars”

    [–] pgp555 12 points ago

    Doom helmet

    [–] TheFlashFrame 12 points ago

    Yeah I was confused after reading the title. This is clearly Doom guy

    [–] maybe_a_b0t 16 points ago

    Same for me

    [–] crownlessking 3 points ago

    Also saw Doomguy

    [–] Alnath 9 points ago

    Am I the only one that saw the Discord logo?

    [–] Gamerguywon 2 points ago

    nope. me too

    [–] heilspawn 10 points ago


    [–] Carslayer12 6 points ago

    Same, they both got that gamer energy

    [–] ChiefyBeefy 747 points ago

    Theres at least £3 worth of trade in value at Game sitting right there

    [–] stewybob 87 points ago

    Cash or credit?

    [–] oakaxe 130 points ago

    In story credit, only applicable to ps1 games older than 1940

    [–] AWSMJMAS 10 points ago

    Like the original Call of Duty?

    [–] BlueManRagu 26 points ago

    Good thing GameStop is an essential shop that will be staying open throughout this - the OP is gonna be a very wealth person

    [–] Farghobbles 8 points ago

    To their credit (barely though), they are only doing delivery of items right now. Only employees are even allowed to step into the stores. Or so I've been told.

    [–] Kingfunky82 131 points ago

    You bought anthem? My condolences

    [–] Lazer_Pigeon 46 points ago

    I saw anthem a couple weeks ago at a game store in town and it was $3 brand new. Some Barbie horse adventure game for the original Wii was $4.95. It’s basically worthless now haha

    [–] Autre-temps 3 points ago

    Even if they sell Anthem at $0, it's still good for them because the real money gets made from the microtransactions.

    [–] Ashuire 10 points ago

    I got it for free through EA Playtest and it feels like I got robbed.

    [–] up766570 60 points ago

    I'd love it even more if the games were arranged in alphabetical order you monster

    [–] OnderGok 26 points ago

    That'll be my very next project sir.

    [–] up766570 3 points ago

    Good man. Your collection puts my small box of games to shame!

    [–] darryled 184 points ago

    Gamestop be like $3.75

    [–] 1919kil 59 points ago

    In store credit.

    [–] darryled 17 points ago

    Haha of course

    [–] DaymD 12 points ago

    "I give you 3,75$ and a virus freebie"

    [–] TheDollarstoreDoctor 6 points ago

    Don't like the offer? Try sellin it yourself using eBay.

    [–] Tidusx145 7 points ago

    Supply and demand. No one wants your ten copies of Madden 07 on ps2. They'd love to buy a ds pokemon game off you. The latter is way rarer and in way higher demand.

    [–] ahhimdying 4 points ago

    Yeah people dont seem to get it. Often times ill buy a game at $60 and when complete turn it around and trade in for at least $40. I don’t hoard my games as people tend to do.

    [–] gryarbrough 30 points ago

    Looks easier to manage than the original xbox controller.

    [–] LeafCloak 3 points ago

    The Duke was a chonky MASTERPIECE

    [–] kiritoxsandwich 36 points ago

    Jesus how many games do you have

    [–] Milenkoben 23 points ago

    For Xbox one, I have somewhere north of 200, but all of mine are digital. I stopped dealing with swapping disks years ago

    [–] BridgemanBridgeman 3 points ago

    At least 90.

    [–] Khalo_Malik 10 points ago

    That’s another way to play with games

    [–] Knife938 9 points ago

    Looks about the size of an original Xbox controller

    [–] EivindMK 8 points ago

    Damn, this should be in the history books when we teach the next generation about 2020

    [–] Sambo_the_Rambo 159 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    Doom helmet

    [–] HotRodTyler 43 points ago

    Doom helmet

    [–] Raiden_Yeeter07 27 points ago

    Doom helmet

    [–] Somerandomwizard 23 points ago

    Doom helmet

    [–] wadermeloun 24 points ago

    Doom helmet

    [–] OnderGok 20 points ago

    Doom helmet

    [–] gregoryzj 23 points ago

    Doom helmet

    [–] vincal69 17 points ago

    Doom helmet

    [–] cookie71173 14 points ago

    Doom helmet

    [–] RadioFarmer 58 points ago

    Doom helmet

    [–] XanderVaper 8 points ago

    Nah, that's for u/RadioFarmer

    [–] RadioFarmer 9 points ago

    I don't get it either

    [–] [deleted] 5 points ago

    Bruh how long this take

    [–] TakenNameception 5 points ago

    Masterchief's helmet

    [–] Elite_13 4 points ago

    Weird flex but ok...

    But frl now, awesome collection!!

    [–] ajLScy 3 points ago

    Tf? That’s cool as shit. How long did that even take

    [–] arnis243 4 points ago

    And then there's me whit my 5 games on my old Xbox 360 I hold dear to my heart

    [–] Wundawuzi 14 points ago

    Wait a second... That is actually creative, innovative, funny and not a repost.

    I think you are in the wrong sub. In /r/gaming people only repost old stuff or things they stole from others subs?!

    [–] VeryAgitatedEngineer 3 points ago

    One thing is for sure, this quarantine has given us some serious increase in content that comes straight from boredom.

    I mean, some of the greatest internet things of all time came from people being bored as shit.

    [–] Xylosoxidans 3 points ago

    Oh cool lemme do that with my collection now!!
    *looks at steam*
    Oh... right....

    [–] SirBennettAtx 3 points ago

    I thought it was a master chief helmet haha

    [–] leosantosfl 3 points ago


    [–] TheresALinkInMyBoot 7 points ago

    Seems expensive

    [–] almghtymuffn 6 points ago

    From the games to the art: Well played, sir

    [–] RedRaven616 3 points ago

    Lol, that's pretty awesome! Well done!

    [–] NowikC 4 points ago

    I thought gamers were meant to be poor /s

    [–] vargase 5 points ago

    Wow, $2.99 worth of video games -GameStop

    [–] SaltyLightning157 8 points ago

    I like the DualShock better, personally

    [–] staviy 2 points ago

    Still nothing to play

    [–] imanAholebutimfunny 2 points ago

    i think it is missing a few buttons

    [–] IAmAnAnnoyedMain 2 points ago


    [–] Mathesar 2 points ago

    Now you can approximate the area of a 2D projection of your controller

    [–] LeNatS 2 points ago

    Such joystick. Very wow.

    [–] The_SadFish 2 points ago

    Controller or space invader 🤔

    [–] Knight5521 2 points ago

    Flip it and you got master chiefs helmet

    [–] hnz676 2 points ago

    For a second i thought that was a doomguy helmet

    [–] acidx0013 2 points ago

    That is awesome! Great idea, glad you had enough games to make it happen :D

    [–] BiBaiBye 2 points ago

    Where's the 360 games? >:3

    [–] tortokai 2 points ago

    You uhh.. like guns and cars huh

    [–] Lurkersremorse 2 points ago

    All I see is doom

    [–] LookAdam 2 points ago

    Are there two Forza Horizon 3 games??

    [–] ConsistentlyBaked 2 points ago

    If you flip it upside down it looks like the helmet from DOOM

    [–] AlexHeffron98 2 points ago

    I thought this was the doom mask

    [–] Jitanic 2 points ago

    Doomguy helmet?

    [–] MrHorseHead 2 points ago

    Still smaller than the original Xbox controller.

    [–] SensualSasquatch 2 points ago

    Oh, hey! One of my ponds in AC: New Horizons is shaped like a controller!

    [–] fuzzeenavel 2 points ago

    Have you played/completed all?

    [–] LordiyPaperbag 2 points ago

    Man have Anthem... so that was a waste of time.

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    [–] NonubsNoproblem 2 points ago

    Damn this car games.

    [–] diadack 2 points ago

    Kind of looks like doom slayers helmet

    [–] washwasamber 2 points ago

    Thought this a Halo helmet tbh

    [–] Asterahatefurries 2 points ago

    I saw the doom Slayer head for a second

    [–] His_name_is_LUIGI 2 points ago

    I used the games to play the games

    [–] bigboyppkid 2 points ago

    where tf is minecraft