What's In My Steam Library?

by - Sunday, January 27, 2019

It's no secret that I love gaming, and my primary platform is on PC, on a little software program called Steam. Steam is made by Valve, who've also made some classic games like Portal and Team Fortress. I have quite the game collection on it, and I've decided to make a post dedicated to my Steam library. A disclaimer that most of these games were gifted to me by people.

Games I love: 
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (Legendary Edition) 
This is the epitome of my gaming life. I love how beautiful this game is. If you're unfamiliar with Skyrim, you are the last Dovahkiin (Dragonborn), a person who has the blood of the dragons in them and they are able to use Thu'um (shouts) and your goal is to defeat Alduin, a huge black dragon who is also known as the World Eater. My favorite part of this game is getting to customize your character, having followers (NPCs who follow you everywhere and you get to dump your unwanted things on them), and forming relationships in the game, even getting married if you have an Amulet of Mara. The game also allows you to join multiple factions (Thieves Guild, Dark Brotherhood, College of Winterhold which is a mages' college, etc.).

Skyrim: Special Edition
This game comes free if you own a copy of Skyrim Legendary Edition, but this game is remastered basically, and it looks so beautiful. Also has a lot of lens flare.

Left 4 Dead 2
I love a good first person shooter and this game satisfies my needs on PC (since Halo isn't on PC). In this game, you can play one of four Survivors, a person who is immune to the Infection, and you basically fight your way to the safe room. There are thirteen campaigns total in this game: five from the first Left 4 Dead which was ported to Left 4 Dead 2, five from Left 4 Dead 2, and three DLC campaigns (The Passing, The Sacrifice, and Cold Stream).

Games I Like:
Assassin's Creed II
This is the game that really solidified Assassin's Creed as a series for me. This game is in third person and it's mostly strategy. You play Ezio Auditore da Firenze, another Assassin ancestor of Desmond Miles and also part of the Desmond trilogy. This game takes place in renaissance Italy, particularly in Venice, Florence, and Tuscany, and also teaches you a little history.

Assassin's Creed
I also have the first game, which admittedly I never finished because it wasn't as interesting as the second game. Assassin's Creed is the first game of the Desmond trilogy and focuses on Altair Ibn-La'Ahad, an Assassin based in the Middle East in the Third Crusade.

Team Fortress 2
I used to like playing Team Fortress 2 a lot in my early 20s, but I stopped because of players constantly calling for the Medic, but I'm willing to give it another try. Team Fortress 2 is basically one of those fun little MMOs and you can either play against other people or team up against computer-controlled robots.

Portal 2
I love Portal 2 as it's a puzzle game, and has a co-op mode. Portal 2 is the sequel to the first Portal game, where you have to find a way to escape Apeture again, but in the process, GlaDoS turns into a potato, and Wheatley ends up taking over Apeture for a short while before being sent to the moon. My favorite part of this game is an Easter egg where you can see the prima donna turret practicing for her huge debut.

Goat Simulator
In this game you control-you guessed it-a goat run amok. The goat also has a super long tongue so you can grab people and throw them around.

Garry's Mod
I never understood how to make stuff in GMod, but they do have in-game modes where you can play Prop Hunt, a game where you have eight players: four are Hunters and four are Props, and there are other games in GMod, like Murder.

Games I Find Okay
Don't Starve Together
Don't Starve Together is a game where you play with at least one other person and you have to try to survive and fend off monsters.

There's Poop in My Soup
This was a fun cheap game (literal cents) where you have to poop on people.

Games I Hate:
The Binding of Isaac
This game is the bane of my soul because it's so hard. It's about a little boy whose mother has locked him away in the basement because she heard the voice of God and to get out, you have to fight monsters.

Halo Spartan Assault
I guess I'm just not good at top-down shooters.





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