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Are there good/fun games with no story(mini games?), something like mario kart or smash if it's nintendo. But i don't want it to be fighting like sf or racing, and no revealing stuf like doa3 venus, because i'll play it in college(and already have it( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) ). Any suggestions?

Edit:and something that i can enjoy without sound, so rhythm games is out of the question.
 
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Thanks all for the suggestions.

Are there something that just battle it out with no progress needed(sorry if i worded it poorly), i usually only play story based games(rpg,vn) so i don't know what genre is this kind of games.
 

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Great topic! I find modern games have way too much dialog (I understand that this is essential for RPG's), and it often takes 5 or more minutes to actually start playing.
 

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There's Virtua Tennis 4 or Gal Gunvolt[/QUWOTE]
GAL GUNVOLT?

First is called GAL GUN double peace, and i thought he said no story or revealing stuff. Second, gunvolt? As in Azure striker gunvolt, a game exclusive to nintendo 3DS and switch? :ninja:

Well to answer op question, there is playstation allstar battle royale, is like smash bros but with playstation characters. Then there is downwell, is $3 on psn and is just a game where you endlessly go down a well and survive. Maybe try finding some roguelikes?
 

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Wonder what this is, never heard of it, reminds me of Mighty gunvolt. In fact, IT IS THE SAME GAME. :blink:

So you are suggesting a game that is only available in japan? for psvita unless you have a 3ds which is available everywhere?:unsure:

No, I meant it was Japan only on the Vita. I didn't know that those were the same game!
 

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Actually he is right, Gal*Gunvolt is PS4/PSVita's Mighty Gunvolt port, released in Japan only.

TBH most games nowadays have these "time wasting" features. If you don't wanna have to worry about stuff like this, I'd recommend a few shooters (like Killzone and Borderlands) and games with the magical Skip Button. Like Odin Sphere for example.
 
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Since this is PSV, Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale (it's like smash bros.), Dragon's Crown (beat-em up game and you can grind like there's no tomorrow, just ignore the story. Don't play the Sorceress, she's revealing 'stuff' :rofl2:).
 

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Actually he is right, Gal*Gunvolt is PS4/PSVita's Mighty Gunvolt port, released in Japan only.

TBH most games nowadays have these "time wasting" features. If you don't wanna have to worry about stuff like this, I'd recommend a few shooters (like Killzone and Borderlands) and games with the magical Skip Button. Like Odin Sphere for example.
I have a rule that i have to read all story however short and crappy, i even read project diva crappy story lol. It's just less immersing if i read it in uni.

Currently grinding after finishing dungeon travelers 2 because i want to "complete" the game without dedicating my time to it and sacrifice my other games(this game is demanding lol)
 
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I personally recommend Bit Trip Runner 2, Ninja Senki DX(If you enjoy retro style platformers), and Rayman Legends.
 

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