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@Bonbonetti @AdamantiumClaws I think it had more to do with the closer of United Front Games more then anything else. They did a bunch of other work for other studios too like MS for the Master Cheif collection and Sony for Little Big Planet Karting or whatever it was called. They really never went into why they shut down or if it was even Squares fault, but without United Front, more then likely Square just didn't have the man power to continue the series since most of their people are busy with bigger projects like the FF series.
RetiredPush Square Moderator and all around retro gamer.
@Tasuki They were talks back then about a Sleeping Dogs sequel. Were those just rumours?
Huntin' monsters erryday.
@WanderingBullet They weren't rumors. The game did well and United Front was planning on a sequel as well as a spin-off game Traid Wars which was a MMO. Both were cancelled of course when the studio closed
@Tasuki Ah, ok. I thought Triad Wars was the name of the sequel. Didn't know they were actually planning on a spin-off game as well.
@Th3solution Going back to Resogun might not be a bad idea. If you downloaded COD4 Remastered then the MP fits too. Doesn't require thought, easy to get kills. It's like eating popcorn at the movies with a summer action flick. Very easy to get in for a round then abandon. Kingdom Hearts are 20-30 hours RPGs. Can be a tougher at time but you could play at a easier difficulty. It's still a good experience.
There's the Uncharted game. All concise game that are fantastic and not super difficult.
Samurai Warriors 4 Chronicles fits RPG a bit, excellent characters with mini-stories and whatnot. The idea is that you're going around Japan Chronicling all the different famous poeple and getting to know them. The game also has full story modes, but I found it worth it for that mode alone. You feel fine if you don't %100 it.
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@Jaz007 @JohnnyShoulder @Elodin Thanks for your thoughts. There are some good recommendations. As far as Moonlighter, it does look interesting. I’ll keep an eye out for another sale. It looks like a good future PS Plus game.
I think Another World is in my library so I’ll consider that, although I seem to remember some people bagging on it.
I really enjoyed Resogun back in the day, so maybe it’s time to redownload it. And I’ve never been into COD, KH, or Samurai Warriors but of the three SW sounds the most interesting. And I love Uncharted and have often considered a replay of the first 3 on the Nathan Drake Collection whenever I see it on sale for like $9. We’ll see. Part of my problem is that I am trying not to spend too much money. So those that are in my Plus collection or backlog will probably be things I should try first.
The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese.
@Th3solution For an old Plus game did you ever try Never Alone?
@Jaz007 Oh yeah, I really liked Never Alone. That’s the perfect kind of game I was looking for but yes, I already played it back when it was on Plus a couple years ago.
I did fire up an old game from the PS Plus backlog — Velocity 2X to see if that quenched my gaming thirsts and it seems to be a good choice so far. I liked the first game. Velocity Ultra. It’s like Resogun in that it’s a arcadey space shooter but also a simple platformer and levels are really quick, and it has an addictive simple gameplay with a basic storyline. It actually got a 10/10 on Push Square, and I’m not sure if I’d go quite that far but I’m only about 20% into it. Total playtime is 3-8 hours or more if I want the platinum (probably not) so it will suffice for now. It’s a good game. But yeah, Never Alone is a nice little niche platformer with a lot of character.
I am new to Push Square so I want to say hello. I have been playing God Of War and it is amazing!!! I can’t get enough!
Edited on Wed 22nd May, 2019 @ 20:51 by Tasuki
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Has anyone played Need for Speed Payback? It is currently on sale in the ps store. I understand there was some negativity surrounding microtransactions when it was released, but apparently the dev was supposed to phase them out. Done a quick Google and there are couple things which contradict each other, like they were never actually phased out. Can anyone confirm this please?
We are now in a world of people being offended for other people who they think should be offended, who arent offended.
@JohnnyShoulder It was never P2W to begin with but the backlash caused them to make changes and add in quite a chunk of post release content. It's been a long time since I played it but I think microtransactions are still in the game, albeit relatively insignificant.
It's not one of the better games but at least it's cheap enough to take a chance on. The story was decent but grinding for custom parts and mods got pretty damn tedious. Ahhhhhh, now I'm remembering my 90's NSX, that was awesome. 👌
@Frigate Cheers man! I may give it a go as I'm in the mood for an arcadey racer. Not too keen on the grind as I don't enjoy that in any game. I've got Dirt Rally but that is a bit too hard-core for me. I may give Dirt 4 a go when it is on sale next as I hear it is more accessible.
@JohnnyShoulder Dirt 4 is by far the most accessible of the Codemasters Dirt games. Rally and Rally 2.0 are incredibly challenging and as you say, hardcore. Good games and accurate representations but not necessarily fun per se.
Payback is definitely more on the fun side and a decent option in the limited list of open world story based racers.
@Frigate Thanks once again, I've just started the download. Sony and EA owe you one lol.
@JohnnyShoulder Just seeing this now, but have fun! NFS Payback is pretty awesome. I never had a problem with the modding system, other than It can be a little time consuming, but it's all good. Don't remember any micro-transactions, but you probably can get boosts, perks, and other stuff that you don't need.
Edited on Sun 2nd June, 2019 @ 16:28 by Wesker
@Wesker Cool, I look forward to playing it!
Alright. Thinking about downloading either God of War or Marvel's Spider-Man in the sale.
For those who don't know my peculiarities:
Anyone have any opinions about which game I ought to opt for?
@Ralizah Both fit those categories but I’d say God of War wins out in the second category in particular as the different areas of the world are much more distinct whereas Spidey is quite samey throughout NYC.
I’d also put God of War as one of the best of this generation with Spidey merely being a great game.
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