Games

As a multi-game gaming group, we play a lot of different titles. Not all of them will make it to their own page here, but rest assured, there are many.

Since this page is not specific to any particular game, allow us to use it to bring your attention to a lovely tool put together by SteamCompanion that allows you to check your Steam account’s similarities with your friends’ (or some random person’s; p.s. we call those “randos” or “Randy”).

http://steamcompanion.com/games/

Don’t worry about using the Steam federated login; it’s completely safe. It’s just a fun way to see what you have in common (or difference) with people.

Check out the Stitch Gaming Steam group’s curator page for our recommendations on what are the best games to pick up and play.

http://store.steampowered.com/curator/5150247/

Steam

While we’re on the topic of Steam. Stitch is a PC gaming group, so 95% of our gameplay revolves around Steam. If you aren’t yet, and would like to join us in our typical activities, consider joining the Stitch Gaming group over on Steam.

http://steamcommunity.com/groups/stitchgaming

TeamSpeak

Most importantly though, if you’re going to game with us we need to know you. In order to know you we have to speak with you. We use our TeamSpeak server religiously, as any real gaming group should. Drop by. Meet the guys and gals. Take a load off. You don’t have to be actively engaged in a game in order to hang out. In fact only showing up to play and then being the first one gone after the match will usually warrant you a reputation as someone who’s “not our speed”, so do try to be social. ;)

If you have no idea what to do about TeamSpeak, it’s simple, really. First, you’ll need the client. You can grab that from here:

http://www.teamspeak.com/?page=downloads

Now I can’t tell you which one to download. That’s between you and your rig, but I’d say 99% of the time, you’re there for one of the top two choices, and these days 80% of the time, you want the 64-bit.

Once you have that downloaded and installed, simply click the “TeamSpeak” menu item here on the site. That should send you to a redirection service that should get picked up by your new client (assuming you accept the prompt). If you want to do it the hard way, however, feel free. Just run TeamSpeak, click Bookmarks > Manage Bookmarks > Add Bookmark. Now make it look like this:

New Bookmark

After that, you should be able to figure it out. Anyway, drop by!