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    Brigand: Oaxaca

    Steam Page: http://store.steampowered.com/app/652410/Brigand_Oaxaca/ Gameplay Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYK5w9CsnsM&t=31s Brigand is a highly-challenging FPS/RPG set in post-apocalyptic Mexico, where you can travel from a banana plantation, to a sprawling city, demon-infested jungles, a flooded coastline, and more, all of which will take around 80 hours to complete. There are 14 skills to upgrade and 80 abilities to unlock. What sets this game apart, however, is the complex story and freedom of action. There are no invisible walls, and you can steal anything and kill anybody. The story branches off in countless directions involving unique characters that are just as vulnerable as any baddie, allowing for maximum replayability. There is also a world editor, allowing players to make user-generated content like mods or completely new stories.
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    PC Brigand: Oaxaca

    Steam page: http://store.steampowered.com/app/652410/Brigand_Oaxaca/ Gameplay Video: Brigand is a highly-challenging FPS/RPG set in post-apocalyptic Mexico, where you can travel from a banana plantation, to a sprawling city, demon-infested jungles, a flooded coastline, and more, all of which will take around 80 hours to complete. There are 14 skills to upgrade and 80 abilities to unlock. What sets this game apart, however, is the complex story and freedom of action. There are no invisible walls, and you can steal anything and kill anybody. The story branches off in countless directions involving unique characters that are just as vulnerable as any baddie, allowing for maximum replayability. There is also a world editor, allowing players to make user-generated content like mods or completely new stories.
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    what is the appeal of fps games?

    @BBeck, Mass Effect is not an FPS, it's a 3rd person shooter. I prefer FPS games, as the mechanics are much simpler and more streamlined. In 3rd person games you have to worry about programming and controlling the camera, and it's too easy for the player to cheat (in my book) by peeking around corners. FPS games, however, there is no such cheating allowed. It is the most realistic point of view and the simplest to the control, and hence it is the most immersive. @ObjectivityGuy, Lots of FPS games do have the same mechanics, but you can always try the other kind of FPS, First Person Stealth. The original 2 thief games, Dishonored, Deus Ex 1, and Alien Isolation, are all about stealth, and stealth is much more fun when you can't move the camera to peek around corners while staying hidden.
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    Brigand: Oaxaca

    Brigand: Oaxaca is a challenging FPS/RPG set in post-apocalyptic Mexico
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    Brigand: Oaxaca

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