What Videogame(s) are you playing?


#1764

I watched a couple of gameplays yesterday and it seemed interesting enough. Ok,I made up my mind,I’ll buy it. Thanks man!


#1765

You’re welcome! And a good choice!


#1766

I am planning for months to start Witcher series. I own first two games on Steam and I never tried them.

I am also a great fan of the Gothic series, which had a great influence on the Witcher devs, and I know I would like the game, I just don’t know why I did not start it yet.


#1767

Has anyone tried Seven: The Days Long Gone yet? If yes, what do you think of the game?


#1768

Ubisoft is giving away World in Conflict for free for PC until 11-Dec. Use the below link to login and obtain your free copy!

https://free.ubisoft.com/promotions/world_in_conflict/12/


#1769

Downloaded the PUBG test server so I can have a shot at the brand new desert map. It’s pretty good, although alot of the visual stuff seemed to not load for me, perhaps due to it basically being a test I guess. Pretty good map though, it feels so completely different from the first map due to it being something like half the size and the desert setting means you often feel so much more exposed, with less grass to be prone in and almost no trees in sight to hide behind.

Will be nice once PUBG 1.0 hits soon so I can play it more properly, I think a new map is a bit of a shot in the arm content wise I think the game could use. Personally I hope we eventually see the rumoured zombie and war modes surface at some point, perhaps at summer time.

Also a game announced I am interested in is Witchfire, by former Painkiller and Bulletstorm devs. Looks to be a fun FPS hopefully.


#1770

Has anyone played Star Wars Battlefront 2? Is it worth getting?


#1771

i mean almost all of the weapons are locked behind loot cases or tedious grinding so no


#1772

deus ex mankind divided is a fun game. the ending was kind of anti-climatic though


#1773

Is this a legitimate question after all of the PR disaster surrounding this game?

Assuming it is a legitimate question… it is not worth buying. The campaign is miserably short. It has a very hot start and only gets dramatically colder as you progress. Multiplayer is forced grind to win, or pay to win if EA brings back microtransactions. The game does not reward how well you play, just how much you play. So you can just use rubber bands while you watch netflix to farm credits. The whole progression system revolves around lootboxes. Unlike FIFA there is no player market. Unlike Dragon Age Inquisition you can not find weapons or armor on missions. The whole progression is a pure casino slot machine currently being investigated by multiple governments as gambling.


#1774

Yes it was a legitimate question. I think it’s important to get feedback from fellow gamers and not just what the media states. I haven’t been following the fiasco surrounding this game that you speak of. Thanks for your info - sad to hear that. The gameplay trailers actually looked good!


#1775

Lately I have played this game. Ok so Imma just say it,make fun of me ALL YOU WANT but I swear it’s not what it seems ok? It’s called…“Doki Doki Literature Club”. I’m sure you either a)Think I’m a weeb b)Know about it. It’s a “cutsie visual novel”. Mind the sarcasm. I’m not gonna spoil anything in case you wanna try (it’s free) but do not look for any videos of it because you’ll get your experience ruined. Even if you don’t think it is the game for you,trust me,it is. It takes around one hour(less if you speedread like me) and damn,you’ll feel like you got rused.


#1776

I’m playing Dark Souls (2nd playthrough) and felt so happy when Solaire finally invited me to join his covenant. :hugs: I earned that by helping other players in boss battles, which was nice and rewarding in itself.

Now I’m in Lost Izalith (ugh, such a hideous place, on par with Blighttown), ready to fight Centipede Demon, but before that I killed the Sunlight Maggot, so I can save my sun bro. :kissing_smiling_eyes:


#1777

Starting today, Ubisoft is giving away Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag for free for PC until 18-Dec. Use the below link to login and obtain your free copy!

https://free.ubisoft.com/promotions/assassins-creed-black-flag/16/


#1778

Playing Horizon: Zero Dawn, still grabbing post-game moons on Mario Odyssey, and trying to decide whether I should play Prey (2017), Alien: Isolation, Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Conarium or Observer. As you can tell, the latter are all fairly dark.


#1779

Hey, is horizon zero dawn good? My birthday’s coming up and I’m debating whether to buy a PS4, for games such as MGS, Bloodborne, Last guardian, Uncharted, etc.


#1780

It’s great—a polished open-world game. I think I might prefer Zelda: Breath of the Wild, but Horizon deserves to be played by any fan of video games. Cool story and sci-fi elements so far. Read a review/watch some gameplay to see if it’s something you’d like.


#1781

Ok buddy,let me give you a helping hand:
-Bloodborn:Difficult for the first hours,takes a while to learn from your mistakes,very satisfying once you start defeating bosses,good combat system,amazing enviroment and soundtrack,but it can be frustrating and it requires patience,like any souls like game. I reccomend it if you liked any other games of From Software. If you never played any,I’d suggest you start from Dark Souls 1 to see what you are dealing with,cause it’s dirt cheap now,then buy BB if you like it.
-Uncharted:I assume you are talking about Uncharted 4?If so,it’s very good in all of its aspects,good story(but not as daring as I thought it would have been,frankly) solid gunplay (huuuge improvement from the previous chapters) and a lot of adrenalinic moments that will entertain you. I think you should stay away from the standalone dlc,it’s ok but it’s mediocre.
Metal Gear Solid(Phantom Pain,yes?):As an hardcore MGS fan…don’t buy this. It’s an empty game,the story isn’t up to par,the open world is lack luster…you could see Konami really damaged Hideo’s legacy. The game stops at half of the story. Big no no unless it’s for free,like on the ps plus last month. Gameplay is good yes,you can be very creative,but simply put it isn’t a MGS game. It’s essentially a watered down version of Wildlands,with less openess in approach and customization.
The Last Guardian:Good game,will make you emotional,solid soundtrack,the graphics look veeeeery pleasant (great art style) but the expectations exceeded the product itself. It as a bunch of uninspired bits that repeat themselves here and there. Nothing worth losing sleep on,still a good game.
Horizon:As I said above,excellent. I’ll spare the criticism I have for this one because it would spoil a bit of the experience for you in this case. Story isn’t perfect.


#1782

I’ve actually played Dark Souls 1, and found it actually quite easy (not boasting, I just take it slowly and methodical) and only stopped playing because my controller broke (getting a new one for christmas, along with number 2 hopefully), and also very satisfying.

Yeah, number 4, but can I not buy the others with backwards compatibility?

I’ve played TPP on PC, and found it brilliant, so if you say it’s terrible then I’m sure I’d be in for a treat if I played the others.

The only game I’ve got to compare this to is Zelda: Breath of the Wild, as I’ve heard they’re quite similar, or am I wrong?

Thanks for the very detailed response :grin:


#1783

You are welcome! Yes if you loved MGS TPP (which,everyone has different tastes,I for example loved Splinter Cell: Convinction but a lot of people find that game horrible) play all of the others! You’d be in for the time of your life! Especially MGS 3,that one was…oh it was such a great game! It’s a magical ride through emotion,but maybe go look for a timeline of games to play them in chronological order instead of the game release order because I found it makes them even better.
Zelda and Horizon are similiar in some aspects (they have very similiar mechanics if we talk about exploring,and even a little bit in the fighting system) but Horizon has no survival elements. It’s a pretty fair comparison though.
With Uncharted you can play the trilogy,all remastered,and then 4. They aren’t even that pricey and every game in the series is very well polished,a must for any ps owner tbh!
If Dark Souls 1 was easy for you(which,damn dude you are good) then by all means buy Bloodborn. I think you will love it!

Damn,I set out to help you make a decision and I flopped ahaha,well at least I hope the info I gave you helps a little bit in making your decision