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Hego

Been playing Dragons Dogma and Stardew Valley recently. Stardew is pretty chill, nice game to relax and chill out with, has a nice rythem of slowing working towards your goals. Dogma is a really cool game that still has its ps3 graphics unfortunately but the combat and monsters are really cool. Quests aren’t that imaginative yet but the pawn system is absolutely brilliant and I’m really surprised more rpgs with parties haven’t copied it yet

Hego

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JohnnyShoulder

@Th3solution Ah OK, cheers nice one. Will probs pick it up at some point then. Not sure when that will be, really do need to clear some of my backlog before picking anything new up.

Finished Zelda on the Switch last week and I'm a bit lost on what to play next. I've got PES 2018 on the go too but that's always my kinda on the side game. I usually try to play something totally different to what I've just played so I might finish off Doom on the PS4.

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Hego wrote:

Been playing Dragons Dogma and Stardew Valley recently. Stardew is pretty chill, nice game to relax and chill out with, has a nice rythem of slowing working towards your goals. Dogma is a really cool game that still has its ps3 graphics unfortunately but the combat and monsters are really cool. Quests aren’t that imaginative yet but the pawn system is absolutely brilliant and I’m really surprised more rpgs with parties haven’t copied it yet

Yeah, the pawn system is awesome. I would love for the next Elder Scrolls to use a version of it.

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Tasuki

Had a blast playing River City Melee with the guys from work last night. Being a fan of the Kunio-kun series I figured I would enjoy this game but not as much as I did. Basically it's like Kunio-kun's take on games like Smash Bros but without the platforming parts. If you are a fan of the Kunio-kun series or looking for a party type game I highly suggest this game. Also if you are a trophy hunter this game has some easy trophies. It's also a bargain at $25.

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KratosMD

Played more of Arkham Knight now and I think I'm starting to realise why people dislike this game. It's so slow and tedious and most of what you do feels so unnecessary and not fun. It was fun for a while when I flew around the city but when I got to ACE Chemicals things started to get really boring; save some random guys, drive them out of the area, control a crane in order to position a ramp for the Batmobile to use, infiltrate a building, having to stop in order to call the Batmobile for help and so on, it slowed down the pace so much.

Finally, after saving the last guy they wouldn't even let me drive out of the area without stopping. I had to drive the Batmobile to an elevator, get out, push the button to move the elevator up and then get into the Batmobile so that I can move on. Why was that part necessary?!

And apparently I can't even see side quests on the map and I have to look around the city in order to find them. Why couldn't they just have done it like in Arkham City where everything was on the map. I don't feel like exploring every nook and cranny of a giant open world.

I literally got a headache after I finished playing, lol.

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Ralizah

@KratosMD I really liked Arkham Knight. It felt like a much more involved and interesting experience than the mediocre Arkham City. Good plot; the Joker bits were amazing; the Batmobile is insanely fun to use; it's arguably the best game in the series (while I generally prefer Asylum, I thought the final boss fight in that game was horrendous).

But I've come to terms with the fact that I'm basically alone on this.

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KratosMD

@Ralizah No I can definitely see why someone would love this game since the developers were trying so hard to make the game ambitious and different compared to the previous entries, so the potential is definitely there. Maybe it was just that part that sucked the fun out for me.

I'm still going to give it another shot but I'm keeping my expectations low for now.

"To judge others by your own standard is the height of folly"
"They fail to live because they are always preparing to live" - Alan Watts
"You are entitled to your opinion. But you are not entitled to your own facts." - Daniel Patrick Moynihan

Ralizah

@KratosMD I think a lot of it hinges on how you feel about the Batmobile. I quite liked its implementation in this game, but a lot of people didn't care to use it and felt like it was dragging down the experience.

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Kidfried

@Ralizah Batmobile is definitely the make/break point. Apart from what I thought of the Batmobile controls, I just felt the car itself was out of place a lot of the time. In the comics the car is always pulled out for special occasions or as a last resort - at least not all the time. By driving in the mobile constantly, I just felt less like the brooding-on-a-rooftop Dark Knight.

But great to hear that it did push your buttons. Can't please every game.

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It's all downhill from here

RancidVomit86

My wife has become addicted to Killing Floor 2 and she hardly ever plays games. I have been running some GTA V and Life is Strange.

I play Killing Floor 2 on PC, where I play most of my games, and can tell anyone I highly advise it. It's good, almost mindless fun.

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Th3solution

Exciting News!!! 😃
So this is a follow up to my rant a couple days ago. In summary I’ve been playing Gravity Rush 2 lately and I’ve been enjoying it quite a bit. But I was really upset about the servers shutting down this month. With the servers set to shut down next week, Jan 18th, I have been cramming all my time in the game doing Dusty Token farming online to try to get enough tokens to get all the extras before the service goes away. Well, this just in .... they have extended the server conclusion date to July 18th! So happy about this. This means those who want to play have 6 months to play and experience the full game including the online features. If anyone was considering getting the game but hasn’t because of the termination of support, you may want to reconsider. It appears Sony has heard our complaints and is giving us a little added time with the online features.

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If the other guy is getting better, then you'd better be getting better faster than he's getting better, or you're getting worse.

YeYa

Yesterday I finally made myself finish TT GoT. It had been in my backlog since I got it from PS Plus last summer.

YeYa

PSN: YeYa_3

Ralizah

Just started Shantae: Risky's Revenge - Director's Cut. I first played it 5 years ago on 3DS, so it'll be nice to revisit it.

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Kidfried

I played Gravity Rush 2 all evening yesterday. Already finished the game, but I'm still trophy hunting. I did more than three hours of grinding to earn these precious gems.

Terrible trophy... Oh well. 😅

Regard my dear
It's all downhill from here

YeYa

@Doctor_BK It was alright. I didn't like some lose-lose situations, but it's GoT I hope they will release second season.

YeYa

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Toyabrown

I have recently played Beyond Good and Evil

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JohnnyShoulder

After all the talk of Darks Souls I've jumped back into Dark Souls 3 to play the two expansions. Enjoying it so far and I haven't died so far which is always good.

JohnnyShoulder

Th3solution

@JohnnyShoulder This may be a dumb question, so forgive my ignorance, but do the Dark Souls games relate to one another in any way except gameplay? Like story, characters, settings, locations? More simply put, could I start with Dark Souls 3, having not played the first 2? I get the impression that they are each independent from one another, but I also fear that the combat style and way you approach the game is something you learn through playing the first entry so if I jump into it at #3 then I’ll just be lost of how to play these brutal games. I’m considering playing one of these this year and I think I’ll start with Bloodborne since it’s separate and more highly regarded. I’ll be frank, I did play some of DS1 and enjoyed it for the most part but after a couple hours I abandoned it for other endeavors. It got a little complicated and I just didn’t have the patience at the time.

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If the other guy is getting better, then you'd better be getting better faster than he's getting better, or you're getting worse.

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