>But anons keep coming back to these stupid skinnerbox games, and it frustrates me to no end
I'm the same anon you're replying to, just on a different computer taking time off my job to reply to you, because it's a slow day I guess
Consider that most people on /v/ aren't dumb. We know it's a skinnerbox. Do you think I didn't look at warframe 3 hours in and didn't think "Oh, so that's how things are going to go, uh?"
The point of these games, and the reason most of us don't spend a dime on them except for one or two whose family tree doesn't fork, like retard junior here: >>16002905 is because we don't care enough about "Winning" the game to sink a credit card's credit score into it.
I've been playing Kingdom Come, Kenshi, Vermintide 2 aswell and some ruskie RTS whose name I can't pronounce. Those are, in my opinion good games. Games that challenge me and give me something particular I'm looking for.
But everyonce in a while, especially after I melt my brain near the end of an 8 hour shift programming crap foor my boss, I get home and I don't want to think. I want to play something that's ridiculously easy to the point a brain-dead vegetable could play it but gives the illusion I'm skilled instead of simply crushing it with superior numbers (gear/equipment + level).
Warframe and Let it Die fit the bill perfectly. They're not games you play, they're games you relax in when you don't feel like playing.
Also, for all the flaws ad grinding this game has, you gotta agree that the artsyle is quite unique.
And I challenged you to post a thread about a game you liked an then link it here. Since you didn't link'em, you're still a faggit :^)