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NYJetsfan123

@Th3solution

Bahahahah!!! Do not tempt me when I'm on a roll right now. The possibilities hahaha

NYJetsfan123

Jaz007

Aside from a couple minor things or thing I can't do yet I've finished 3 out of 4 college classes week's assignments I'm taking this week. Most of it's due on Saturday so I'm feeling pretty good about being ahead and having plenty of breathing room to work with here. At this rate I should have about half of next week's work done before Saturday even hits.

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JohnnyShoulder

@Arugula That would explain your new avatar!

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There is no longer a good time to release a game. There are only less s**t times to release a game

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Th3solution

@Jaz007 Sounds like you have some extra time to squeeze in some gaming!

The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese.

DonJorginho

Anyone got their 3-5 underrated games that they are anticipating to come out this year potentially?

My 5 are:

  • Biomutant
  • Gods and Monsters
  • Starfield (I know it is a AAA game, but a lot of people are quite rightly sleeping on this due to Bethesda's
    recent antics but I believe this COULD be a return to form for the studio)
  • Ghostrunner
  • Lego Star Wars The Skywalker Saga (I mean come on, it is nostalgia wrapped up in a rebooted coat of
    paint, I am in)

DonJorginho

Th3solution

@DonJorginho I’d probably say the ones flying under the radar that I’ll probably get would be Gods and Monsters (This seems like a slight diversion for Ubisoft and I’m curious how they evolve their gameplay and presentation from AC), Dreams (mostly curious how this will be received by the critics and the masses, it having lost some momentum over the last year or two), and Wolf Among Us 2 (the first game was probably my favorite Telltale game and I really like the clever setting and characters)

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The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese.

Tjuz

@DonJorginho Aside from the ones already mentioned, there's Kentucky Route Zero which is finally finishing up and releasing in full later this month. I've been waiting years and years to play that. The Forgotten City is a game based on a Skyrim mod that looks fantastic, but it isn't currently confirmed for PS4. I'm also very interested in Deathloop, Arkane Studio's next game. I hope we get to see more of that at this year's E3. Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2 also looked very interesting, but the gameplay that was released was rough. Hopefully with its delay they can polish everything a bit better.

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Thrillho

@DonJorginho Like I said in the article recently, I’m looking forward to BioMutant but the fact their twitter account has been quiet for 6 months and the website for the game hasn’t updated its news section for a year is a slightly worrying sign..

Thrillho

DonJorginho

@Thrillho I think it will come October 2020 tbh, due to THQ Nordic not liking to rush developers and the team behind Biomutant being quite small I think it just needs more time, looks very promising though.

DonJorginho

nessisonett

Everybody who doesn’t play PC should add Disco Elysium to that list, it’s unbelievably good.

Socks before or after trousers, but never socks before pants, that's the rule. Makes a man look scary, like a chicken.

JohnnyShoulder

@nessisonett The amount of text to read in the game is a massive turn off for me.

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There is no longer a good time to release a game. There are only less s**t times to release a game

PSN: JohnnyShoulder

nessisonett

@JohnnyShoulder I guess it’s not for some people as it’s almost Visual Novel levels of text but personally I found that impressive more than anything. A lot can be interacted with or internalised due to the narrative style. It looks similar to an Infinity engine RPG but it shares just as much DNA with Steins;Gate or Danganronpa with the size of the script and the mystery.

Socks before or after trousers, but never socks before pants, that's the rule. Makes a man look scary, like a chicken.

JohnnyShoulder

@nessisonett Not played any visual novels. The closest game to Disco Elysium I've played I can think is Torment Tides of Numenera, which I lasted a few hours with before giving up.

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There is no longer a good time to release a game. There are only less s**t times to release a game

PSN: JohnnyShoulder

nessisonett

@JohnnyShoulder That’s the thing though, Torment was basically a spiritual successor to Planescape Torment so in that respect, there was combat and massive amounts of difficulty. Disco Elysium removes combat in favour of extensive dialogue trees and skill checks. It looks a lot more like a D&D game than it plays.

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DonJorginho

I think I am going to get either Control or start the Yakuza series on Friday, what do you guys suggest?

DonJorginho

DonJorginho

@RogerRoger I don't mind it to be honest, just wish Xbox had a better library of games exclusive wise as I want more than just Halo and Forza, but I think they will rectify that this time out so who knows.

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