Hahaha, hardly flopped, I thank you kindly for your advice
Always a pleasure
I’m not sure if F2P mobile games count in this thread but recently I got hooked on Rayman Adventures
I would agree with the statement to play Then in chronological order but some of the newer games spoil the events of older ones.
I’d say it’s kinda hard to pick how to play the series for the first time. MGS V was a dissappoinment in terms of story, so I usually prefer not to play that last. Lol maybe I’m just looking too far into it though.
Not that it matters how we play them anymore,thanks to Konami!
Metal Gear Survive maaaannnn! OH YEAH!
this doesn’t make me wanna end myself at all!
Ha ha, I’m with ya buddy! I’m totally not googling tensile strengths for ropes right now!
Totally not pouring bleanch into my rat poison to drink it all as I speak,ahahah!
I started a new playthru of Fallout 4 Survival Mode on XB1X.
It’s really smooth now. No more framerate drops during battles and crap like that. Looks and plays awesome. I hadn’t played F4 in a long time. They’ve added some really cool stuff if you’re into the building/crafting part of the game.
Also, Fortnite. I love that game. Battle Royale is a lot of fun and so smooth on my xb. I also got PUBG on XB1X. It,… well it kind of sucks. But I’m sure that’s my fault. I just need to give it more time. I’ll say this though - Fortnite is much smoother and less clunky. I didn’t expect PUBG to play as well for me as I’ve seen PC guys on Twitch, but it was really bad.
Merry Almost Christmas!
Started playing Elite Dangerous today. Tough getting used to at first, but now I’m jumping star systems and running jobs with ease. Having fun with it, great “podcast game”.
Currently Master of Orion 2 1.50.9 ICE 16x, HOMM 2, Fallout of Nevada (F2 mod), TES 2 Daggerfall, Commandos 2, Age of Empires II, Jagged Alliance 2 1.13 moded and Wizardry 8.
Just got “Rise of the Tomb Raider” courtesy of the winter sale on Steam. I really liked Tomb Raider 2013, and this is basically more of the same, which isn’t necessarily bad, but may cause me to tire of the game before I complete it.
Not sure why they insist on going with these drab, dull, grey settings though. The opening in Syria was fantastic, and I would’ve much preferred those types of settings for this sequel.
More of this please:
Anyways, I guess it remains to be seen if there’s more of the tomb puzzles in this. I’m not massively into the shooting/action element.
Bought Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds. 2.5 hours later, I refunded it after being called a “retarded spastic n*gger who needs to get throat cancer and die” for the 100th time.
Worst community ever. Game is below average. Would not recommend.
Anyone here own an Xbox One? I’ve entered a Doritos prize draw a few times over the month and won a 7 day Xbox Games Pass, and won two 14 days of Xbox Live Gold. I don’t own an Xbox One, so if anyone wants these things, feel free to PM me.
Continuing my playthrough of the Assassin’s Creed games with Rogue. A game that didn’t really get any attention because it came out the same day as Unity.
So far, this game is almost identical to Black Flag. Apparently, the story is going to get darker, because Shay is going to betray the Assassins by joining the Templars, so I’m looking forward to seeing that happen.
I decided to start playing Total War regularly, from the first game, and I have to say that it is aaaaawesome.
Very good real time thinking and strategic placing in the game.
By the way, I started the series from the first game, Shogun: Total War. Great story, I really like the Japanese setting. I want to beat every campaign and then on to Medieval: Total War.
P.S. Very cheap on steam holiday sale
Mainly playing Prey and Horizon: Zero Dawn as of late, but I just got Planet Coaster and it is scratching my RCT itch.
Well, I just competed the campaign, and I really liked it. I think this game is a step above the previous one, and as opposed to that game I actually feel some desire to do more exploring.
In the end I believe this had more tomb puzzle stuff than the previous game, but still not enough, and too much action/shooting stuff. The shooting needs to be in there for sure, but I’d like there to be even more puzzles.
I bought Assassin’s Creed Chronicles.
Well, I will not deny that Ubisoft took a different direction with these three games, but I firmly believe that all the negative reviews are quite unfair.
It’s a 2.5D game, but the execution has been done really well. The gameplay feels really solid. The movements of the character and the combat feel really smooth, and personally, it feels way better than in some of the full 3D games.
The animations and accompanying sounds are beautiful too. The eliminations/assassinations feel really brutal. The attack sounds are convincing, and so are the death animations.
The artstyle stunned me. Right now, I’m playing India and I’m planning on playing Russia after it. The background has a beautiful, waterpainted style.
Also when it comes to killing, the game takes a very artistic route; blood spatter is symbolized as red flowers, flowing out of the enemy. (Atleast in the India-game.)
The soundtrack is good, too. But when you’re stuck on a particular level it might get repetitive.
This game is very enjoyable to play in little slices, and when the player accepts it for what it is, he/she can get very much enjoyment out of it.
I’d say there’s an equal amount of both, often intertwining with the action segments.
I recently finished Wolfenstein 2, pretty good game overall. My biggest complaint was that the ending felt rushed, but it still was a cool ending. I also wish the locations were more varied.
I’ve also been playing KOTOR 2 recently and it’s annoying to play because it runs shit on my PC, because of my graphics card.
I’ve also been playing Payday 2 a lot as well, I’m always playing that game lmao.