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  2. Game: Neversong Platform: PC Play Time: 4.3 hrs Disclaimer: I backed this game on Kickstarter. A new game from the guy behind 2017's Pinstripe, Neversong (formerly known as Once Upon a Coma) follows a boy named Peet as he looks for his lost girlfriend Wren. The game has a very pleasing art style, and the sound department is also rather good. The soundtrack does its job adequately, although it isn't particularly stellar. The gameplay was mostly enjoyable, with only a couple minor annoyances: first off, having to go back to the piano in Redwind Village and play the songs you acquire in order to obtain new items got slightly tedious, and second, there was one particularly frustrating enemy I didn't really care for. The amount of camera shake in the final boss was also slightly obnoxious - an option to turn it off would have been greatly appreciated. Overall, though, Neversong was a fairly fun, if quite short experience. Rating: 4 / 5
  3. I want to get a wireless headset with good audio and microphone. I like to watch movies together with my online friends, and if I had a wireless headset I could do that on my couch with my TV instead of my PC desk. Any good recommendations?
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  6. Completed: Growlanser 5 Heritage of War Platform: PS2 Growlanser 5 was the last game I owned for the PS2 that I hadn't finished. I remember stopping the game almost immediately after buying it at release almost 13 years ago. I couldn't remember why since I had liked 2 and 3 and then bought 4 as soon as that was released on the PSP a few years after 5 was localized and I enjoyed that one. Well, now I remember. Poor graphics look like a PS1 game this late into the PS2's life, even the painted style backgrounds are dull. Poor music. Skill system is like an idiot tried to combine FF9 and FFXs weapon and sphere grid but you were setting skills into a grid yourself. Fetch quests/hidden events constantly have you running back to previous areas multiple times, not that there is even reason to be aware of many side quests and events without a guide. Childish story and writing style. Dull setting. Easy slow fighting would be unbearable without an emulator's turbo button, and even at about three times the speed felt too slow with the game constantly stopping anytime a skill or spell was used along with the poor accompanying animation (which is pretty much just some lights). One of the most dull settings I've ever seen, also one of the smallest that keeps having you running back and forth between areas. Made even more ridiculous by story events like taking a boat to get someone and then being told it would be faster to walk back through about four section screens rather than go back to a town to take another ship, a hidden well exit to a base essentially takes you through half ther continent based on where it comes out. Barely used characters, with two being able to join your party of five at the very end of the game and characters that kept showing up to do nothing and barely had a role in the entire game. Even the title of Growlanser is never mentioned unless you choose two of six different short epilogue scenes where they out of nowhere jokingly call you by it. Completed: Huntdown Platform: PC Released earlier this month on the Epic store and half off for their sale. Side scrolling shooter with a cyberpunk theme. A corporation hires a bounty hunter (or two if you play co-op) to go after four gangs that have been increasing their territory lately. Each gang has five stages where you fight one of the gang's captains at the end of the level. Each character has a different main weapon and throwing weapon and can pick up a variety of secondary main or throwing weapons and dash which gives you a brief dodge window, take cover behind crates/cars or background objects, and kick nearby enemies. It controls well, fun gameplay, some great animation and backgrounds. Some good moment when bosses interact with you before their fight either in amusing ways or by attacking you with helicopters or robots through windows and walls that have you seeking cover in the stage while fighting through regular enemies. Each gang introduces some different enemies and weapons. Never really that funny with its mostly reference filled humor and with no real unlockables or extra characters or weapons to start with, doesn't give you as much replayability as some similar games that have released recently and this gives you no reason to try to complete the stage challenges which are always to kill a certain number of enemies, not die, and to find three hidden briefcases (which don't seem to do anything). Each character will have different dialogue before you start each gangs missions, and their own dialogue in stages and quips. Completed: Life Is Strange 2 Platform: PC
  7. Some people just like to talk crap about a community because they're too much of a dick to accept that they just aren't what the game is for. Ignore those people, getting involved will just make a lot of headaches. I learned that when I was new to youtube & see the amount of stupid shit a comment section can get. Good thing I use a youtube comment blocker. My sanity has been in good health ever since.
  8. So i redownload rocket league because I had not played it in a while so i looked at the item shop and saw they were charging 20 dollars for a special decal and another 20 for a goal explosin and a bunch of other useless stuff
  9. Title. I recently found someone on the gamefaqs forum (yes yes I know, the gamefaqs community forum is awful), bashing the community of a game which I never thought someone would say has a bad community. omegle discord xender I mean this community has never had drama that I'm aware of, and it has a fanbase dedicated enough to make a free translation patch for 2 of the largest games (text to translate wise) ever, with its old vets being active in multiple discussion forums answering all the questions everyone has, even the ones they've seen hundreds of times with patience and understanding. But.. according to some dude on the net, the community is awful. I'm not here to defend that specific community though. I find that EVERY game community gets shat on by people. Take the dark souls community. They're cool to hate on, and everyone claims they're nothing but a bunch of bots spamming everyone with 'git gud'. But the fact is if you have an issue with the game and want advice, people will no doubt give it. If you have a less than great opinion about some aspect of the game that seems relevant to the topic at hand, or even if you just want to review the game and point out some flaws in a constructive manner, people listen. But if you go on making wild claims like the game is poorly designed and only a masochist enjoys it, git guds will be seen, and frankly that response is more respectable than that which they were targeting. Dark souls isn't the only one, but it is one of the best examples of a community many people seem to loathe that really isn't bad at all IMO. There are some communities which even I think is a dark horrible place, namely DoTA (and even then that was during warcraft 3, I have no idea what modern dota players are like now), and often PVP sub-communities within games that aren't strictly pvp.
  10. This Week In Gaming 5-19-20

    Epic shows off Unreal Engine 5 and developers using Unreal for commercial purposes no longer owe Epic money until a product breaks $1,000,000 in gross revenue, Doc Burford on modern media consumption and how the more toxic conversations around games get in the way of differentiating politics from viewpoint in art, Ghost of Tsushima gameplay, Super Bunnyhop explores the shifts in the handling of climate change by looking at 30 years of strategy games, strafefox on the making of Castelvania IV and Bloodlines, eurothug4000's essay on the landscapes of post-apocalyptic settings, Wrestling With Gaming tells the story of the Neo Geo, Ana Diaz covers how public arts funding helps lead to more unique games, Stacey Henley examines facial hair as a framing device, Doom Eternal update adds Denuvo Anti-Cheat, Summoning Salt shares the history of Ninja Gaiden speedruns, and more. Gaming News (Announcements, previews, release dates, interviews and writing on upcoming games, DLC and game updates, company and developer news, country news, tech, mods) Epic Unveils A Graphics Demo 'Running On PS5' FULL Unreal Engine 5 - Official PS5 Tech Demo Reveal Presentation Unreal Engine is now royalty-free until a game makes a whopping $1 million Watch 18 minutes of new Ghost of Tsushima gameplay footage Top 10 BEST Indie Games Out This Week Crusader Kings 3 gets September release date on PC Hands-on preview: Crusader Kings 3 is the RPG that will suck you into grand strategy How Crusader Kings 3 Plans to Attract Fans of RPGs, Sandbox Games, and The Sims Five BIG improvements in Crusader Kings 3 Paper Mario: The Origami King is coming to the Switch in July The Last of Us Part 2: Inside the Story - Official Behind the Scenes Destroy All Humans! - Official Gameplay Trailer Umurangi Generation Is a Photography Game About Snapping Pics in a Stylish, Chaotic Future Tony Hawk remakes use new face scans, so all the skaters will be old now Tony Hawk Interviews The Original THPS Cast Five Classic Tracks Won't Be In The Tony Hawk's Pro Skater Remasters No microtransactions at launch for Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 and 2, cross-play teased Historians React to Assassin's Creed Valhalla Assassin's Creed Valhalla map size is "a bit larger" than Odyssey's, confirms Ubisoft The Many Things We’ve Learned About Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Hands-on Amazon's Crucible, a pick and mix of team-based shooter genres The Mafia Series Is Getting Re-Released As Mafia: Trilogy Mafia Remake Is A 'Complete Overhaul' Of The Original Game Mafia 2 and 3 Definitive Editions are out now, free for owners of the originals Solasta: Crown Of The Magister shows off beards, battles, and more in a new trailer Nioh 2 spills the beans on upcoming paid DLC, while adding free missions and a photo mode right now BioWare says Anthem’s overhaul will be a long process Rainbow Six: Siege: Operation Steel Wave Reveal Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath - Official Friendships Trailer The Sims 4 trailer shows off Eco Lifestyle expansion pack features Prison Architect's Island Bound expansion sets sail next month Doom Eternal's first update includes Denuvo Anti-Cheat Ubisoft sues Apple and Google over Rainbow Six “rip-off” Epic rolls easier refunds, keyless third-party sales into its Epic Games Store You Must Play the Trippy 1998 PlayStation Game 'LSD: Dream Emulator' Esports World-Class DOTA2 Team Newbee Banned Over Alleged Match Fixing Content I found interesting this week (interviews, recommendations, think pieces, history, music, culture, design, art, documentaries, criticism, etc) should art say things? HOW PUBLIC ARTS FUNDING HELPS DEVELOPERS MAKE UNIQUE, MORE DIVERSE GAMES Palimpsests Video Game Beards as Visual Storytelling: A Transgender Perspective How Cyberpunk Games Are Thriving Beyond 2077 29 years on, has Final Fantasy broken the spell of Active Time Battle? Gaps and Pauses: The Role of Negative Space in Games Call of Duty: Warzone Directors On Its Runaway Success, And What's Next: "I Won't Pretend It's Easy" The Witcher 3 development secrets – an anniversary interview with CD Projekt Red Game Localization Is A Love Letter Japan Style Architecture When SimCity got serious: the story of Maxis Business Simulations and SimRefinery A walk in the sky Give peace a chance (even in action games) A Marxist plays Animal Crossing: Why we must eat the turnips A Story in Clay Nostalgia Animated How Final Fantasy 7 Remake Changed The Game Something Rotten: A Max Payne 3 Miniseries | Episode 5 How do Stealth Games Deal with Detection? | School of Stealth Part 3 Understanding the Music of Sonic the Hedgehog Key Changes in Touhou Music The Making of Super Castlevania IV & Bloodlines The Post-Apocalyptic Aesthetic FF7 Remake & The Complicated Nature of Remakes The Story Of NEO GEO | Featuring Modern Vintage Gamer, RetroRGB, Jenovi, & Neo-Alec The History of Ninja Gaiden World Records Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair Devs React to 16 Minute Speedrun How Alan Wake Was Rebuilt 3 Years Into Development | War Stories | Ars Technica
  11. Epic shows off Unreal Engine 5 and developers using Unreal for commercial purposes no longer owe Epic money until a product breaks $1,000,000 in gross revenue, Doc Burford on modern media consumption and how the more toxic conversations around games get in the way of differentiating politics from viewpoint in art, Ghost of Tsushima gameplay, Super Bunnyhop explores the shifts in the handling of climate change by looking at 30 years of strategy games, strafefox on the making of Castelvania IV and Bloodlines, eurothug4000's essay on the landscapes of post-apocalyptic settings, Wrestling With Gaming tells the story of the Neo Geo, Ana Diaz covers how public arts funding helps lead to more unique games, Stacey Henley examines facial hair as a framing device, Doom Eternal update adds Denuvo Anti-Cheat, Summoning Salt shares the history of Ninja Gaiden speedruns, and more. Gaming News (Announcements, previews, release dates, interviews and writing on upcoming games, DLC and game updates, company and developer news, country news, tech, mods) Epic Unveils A Graphics Demo 'Running On PS5' FULL Unreal Engine 5 - Official PS5 Tech Demo Reveal Presentation Unreal Engine is now royalty-free until a game makes a whopping $1 million Watch 18 minutes of new Ghost of Tsushima gameplay footage Top 10 BEST Indie Games Out This Week Crusader Kings 3 gets September release date on PC Hands-on preview: Crusader Kings 3 is the RPG that will suck you into grand strategy How Crusader Kings 3 Plans to Attract Fans of RPGs, Sandbox Games, and The Sims Five BIG improvements in Crusader Kings 3 Paper Mario: The Origami King is coming to the Switch in July The Last of Us Part 2: Inside the Story - Official Behind the Scenes Destroy All Humans! - Official Gameplay Trailer Umurangi Generation Is a Photography Game About Snapping Pics in a Stylish, Chaotic Future Tony Hawk remakes use new face scans, so all the skaters will be old now Tony Hawk Interviews The Original THPS Cast Five Classic Tracks Won't Be In The Tony Hawk's Pro Skater Remasters No microtransactions at launch for Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 and 2, cross-play teased Historians React to Assassin's Creed Valhalla Assassin's Creed Valhalla map size is "a bit larger" than Odyssey's, confirms Ubisoft The Many Things We’ve Learned About Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Hands-on Amazon's Crucible, a pick and mix of team-based shooter genres The Mafia Series Is Getting Re-Released As Mafia: Trilogy Mafia Remake Is A 'Complete Overhaul' Of The Original Game Mafia 2 and 3 Definitive Editions are out now, free for owners of the originals Solasta: Crown Of The Magister shows off beards, battles, and more in a new trailer Nioh 2 spills the beans on upcoming paid DLC, while adding free missions and a photo mode right now BioWare says Anthem’s overhaul will be a long process Rainbow Six: Siege: Operation Steel Wave Reveal Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath - Official Friendships Trailer The Sims 4 trailer shows off Eco Lifestyle expansion pack features Prison Architect's Island Bound expansion sets sail next month Doom Eternal's first update includes Denuvo Anti-Cheat Ubisoft sues Apple and Google over Rainbow Six “rip-off” Epic rolls easier refunds, keyless third-party sales into its Epic Games Store You Must Play the Trippy 1998 PlayStation Game 'LSD: Dream Emulator' Esports World-Class DOTA2 Team Newbee Banned Over Alleged Match Fixing Content I found interesting this week (interviews, recommendations, think pieces, history, music, culture, design, art, documentaries, criticism, etc) should art say things? HOW PUBLIC ARTS FUNDING HELPS DEVELOPERS MAKE UNIQUE, MORE DIVERSE GAMES Palimpsests Video Game Beards as Visual Storytelling: A Transgender Perspective How Cyberpunk Games Are Thriving Beyond 2077 29 years on, has Final Fantasy broken the spell of Active Time Battle? Gaps and Pauses: The Role of Negative Space in Games Call of Duty: Warzone Directors On Its Runaway Success, And What's Next: "I Won't Pretend It's Easy" The Witcher 3 development secrets – an anniversary interview with CD Projekt Red Game Localization Is A Love Letter Japan Style Architecture When SimCity got serious: the story of Maxis Business Simulations and SimRefinery A walk in the sky Give peace a chance (even in action games) A Marxist plays Animal Crossing: Why we must eat the turnips A Story in Clay Nostalgia Animated How Final Fantasy 7 Remake Changed The Game Something Rotten: A Max Payne 3 Miniseries | Episode 5 How do Stealth Games Deal with Detection? | School of Stealth Part 3 Understanding the Music of Sonic the Hedgehog Key Changes in Touhou Music The Making of Super Castlevania IV & Bloodlines The Post-Apocalyptic Aesthetic FF7 Remake & The Complicated Nature of Remakes The Story Of NEO GEO | Featuring Modern Vintage Gamer, RetroRGB, Jenovi, & Neo-Alec The History of Ninja Gaiden World Records Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair Devs React to 16 Minute Speedrun How Alan Wake Was Rebuilt 3 Years Into Development | War Stories | Ars Technica
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  13. 72) Velocity®Ultra Platform: PC I played this game a long time ago, then I played other stuff. Now it's time I finish the fight. This is a shoot em up + puzzle game where there's 50 missions, and the mission objectives vary from race to the finish line quickly, go to the finish line while solving puzzles that require you to backtrack because you need to destroy colored panels in the right order. All of them require you to collect civilian pods that are scattered around because of a black hole incident, and you're a Lieutenant named Kai Tana sent to rescue them while destroying enemies along the way. The ability you have for your space ship is to speed up & teleport to different parts of the area, and many of the stages make you teleport pretty far really quickly that your fingers will become flexible like pretzels once you finish this game. Strangely there's no boss fights at all in this game, and it ends on a sequel bait which just ends the game abruptly. 73) Velocity 2X Platform: PC And this game continues where the previous game left off. Now the guns for the ship feels even more powerful while retaining the same abilities, and this time you have on foot sections that requires you to travel in corridors while dodging deathtraps. The stages are mostly the same as the first game, which means you still have to collect civilian pods..... you know I still don't get why we need to rescue civilians in this game since you're not a space cop anymore. Instead you're fighting an evil alien race with the help of another alien friend. Ah well, it's in the first game so why not I guess. This there's boss fights which is definitely a welcome addition, and each of the boss fight, even though you're fighting the same guy over and over, have different rules to them. So one boss fight is straightforward while in the others you have to destroy circuits in order to disable the boss' shield. And the game ends on ANOTHER SEQUEL BAIT, and this time it's even more annoying because it ends right before the good part starts ala Halo 2's ending. Poor Kai Tana had to endure 2 shitty ways to end the game after all she's been through! Hopefully the third game will have her finally finish the fight once and for all. 74) Helltaker Platform: PC This is a pretty cool free game on steam. The dev is the animator behind another game named Ronin Now he made a game where you play as a dude who wants to find sexy ladies, in a literal hell. I'll let the man describe the game So it's one of those "move in a specific way with the given turn available before it reaches 0" kind of game, but here there's a dating sim element where you have to pick the right dialogue option, or you're dead & have to repeat the stage all over again. Simple, but look at dem art style & sexy demon ladies! And if you want, you can buy the artbook for behind the scenes stuff + pancake recipe! Yumm. (actually you can get it for free if you beat the game & got the secret ending which gives you the password to get the artbook on a certain website, but I ain't telling what it is cause you gotta earn it on your own. ) 75) Zero/Sum Platform: iPhone Wow..... someone actually did a game like this. This is a puzzle game, a simple puzzle game where you have to make an equation for questions so that the answer is always 0. It gets trickier in later parts because of multiple equations, but overall it's quite simple. You don't have to deal with multiplications or divisions, you only need to put either a + or - to the equations and later on the right numbers to empty spaces. What's the reason for doing the puzzles? It's the cure to cancer, srsly. It's very sought after by a terrorist organization that killed your mentor, and your mentor told you to finish the equations & do it before the terrorists find out about it. Sounds dumb right? Oh but that's not why this game stands out. It stands out because of this Look at the actors trying to act & it all looks really silly. You will hear cringe-worthy dialogues non stop, see a scene where even though a blackboard is filled with bloodprints, nobody ever commented on it, and DEM ACTING. Best part of all? The game ends with the main character saying she will take the fight to the terrorists who killed her mentor WITH MATHS. ARGH, THE CRINGE IS TOO MUCH!! 76) Perfect Pizza Platform: iPhone A simple game where you play minigames to make pizzas. The more you get money, the more pizza toppings you can put to your dough, which for some reason includes gold coins. Too bad the game's not a restaurant simulator which will be an awesome gameplay mechanic if it's put here, but those games are already on Steam so eh. 77) Drift It! Platform: iPhone This is a pretty cool game. Essentially it's a "tap when you reach the yellow line" game, and you do them while not missing until you reach the finish line. The initial vehicle gives you a pretty easy ride, but then you unlock the much more powerful cars which extends the time limit, and by God it gets freaking intense. And feels really good once you finish the time with max combo, which will take you a lot of retries. Playing this game makes me want to play that Need for Speed Heat game that came out last year. Can't wait to play that game once I find a cheap copy of the game! 78) For Honor Platform: PC Been years since I played this game & deleted it because by that time I played online, the matchmaking was so bad that the game keeps kicking me out of the game after 1 minute passed for no reason. So now I returned to see if things has gotten better. Nope, now it's even worse because I got NOTHING. I waited for minutes & nil matches! RUASODHNAODOADA Ah well, at least I get to play the singleplayer mode again. You know, replaying it again, this game's singleplayer is actually freaking awesome. This game's combat intensity is the stuff that Sekiro & Jedi Fallen Order are all about, and this game came out 2 years before those 2. Like holy crap, why hasn't Ubisoft made a sequel to this game yet that expands on the awesome singleplayer even more?? There's so much more potential. It's pretty damn awesome that the singleplayer gives you a lot of cool battles & bosses to fight, especially considering that this game is more known for the multiplayer, and the memes Apollyon especially is a complete bitch, but also really badass with how she played every side to her own needs. And the final boss fight with her is STILL great to play. So much so that I actually replayed it 5 times in a row because it's so much fun, and I fight her using the Raid 2's final fight song, which FITS LIKE MAGIC. I even made a vid about it with this song so that everytime I think about the fight, I can watch it all over again without needing to install the game again & wait ages because it's 50GB. Maybe I'll put it on youtube these next few days! 79) Just Cause 4 Platform: PC You know, with Just Cause games, every new game is a new journey of crazyness in the life of Rico Rodriguez, and they're all gonna be fun so you'll know what to expect. 1 was really damn lacking which shows just how much better the sequels are. 2 is definitely the best game of them all in terms of how well the game mechanic & missions merge together to make something awesome that makes you want to complete every single missions on that giant ass map which will take forever to do. The characters are mostly forgettable except the one lady that has a Singaporean accent so obnoxious, that she is straight up a stereotypical Singaporean mom talking to you like you're her hairdresser or something, which funnily enough, is not far from the truth. Her voice actress is Singaporean, so she's just milking it up to be really memorable. Here's an article of her talking about it. XD Just Cause 3 is good, especially with the jetpack DLC that makes the game SO much better since you're Iron Man, but the mission variety is pretty forgettable & lacking that I can't remember a mission that stands out aside from the DLC missions with the giant sky & sea fortresses because most of the time I was just fucking around in the game world destroying shit. Just Cause 4 steps up the characters & the main game missions. The game now have actual awesome missions that I remember, like the one where you have to protect a tornado gun so you can jump inside the eye of a tornado & pick up a device in it, or the final missions involving the train cannon. Good to see that this game give Rico a much more personal reason to get involved in the plot which 3 kind of had but not really. And it's great to see Rico actually having companions like Mira & the funny lizard men conspirator Cesar that will definitely accompany him for future games this time besides Sheldon. Oh yeah, and it also has this. I actually forgot that this was a thing, so I beat the game & uninstalled it before I get to play this minigame. But I think that's a good thing because I NEVER want to be reminded of that torture game ever again! That being said, I still miss the dual wielding from 2, the much more fun vehicle highjacking minigame & the mission variety that game had. Hopefully Just Cause 5 will bring everything up to 11 and actually have destructible structures like in Red Faction Guerilla, because that shit is TIGHT. 80) Lucid Dream Platform: PC A free point and click horror game recently out about you as a girl trying to get the hell up of your nightmarish lucid dream you can't get out of. I don't know about you, but if in my dream I see a creepy as fuck Sadako looking girl running towards me, I would get the fuck out of bed immediately. Poor girl here instead had to deal with that, and do a lot of mind bending puzzles involving stabbing pictures & burning them, and then having to play hide & seek in a maze while the Sadako lookalike girl tries to hunt you down. It's a good thing the game ends on a happy tone. 81) Trine Platform: PC I finally beat this classic co-op game, after I saw my fgc buddies stream themselves playing this game on hardcore mode & dying over and over again. XD This is a great solid puzzle action game. No surprise that there's 3 sequels to this game, although 3 is the most divisive one cause it's 3D instead of 2D. This game is definitely meant to be played solo since you can switch characters & progress through platforming a lot easier. With multi co-op like the stream I saw, you're completely screwed if you're the knight Pontius since he can't use a rope and create new platforms. For some reason in this game, I managed to almost get all the collectibles in most level, and only miss 1 XP vial or 1 box even though I scoured every hidden things in the environment. Man these things are well hidden it seems! But I had a great time playing thruogh all the 16 stages so I'm good.
  14. Again, I have been extended an invitation to a CBT for another MMO. This time its for the NA CBT 1 of Black Desert Online (BDO). As before just a quick note to see if anyone else is going to be there as well and if so if you would like to team up and have some fun inside the game let me know. Just leave a note below. https://trackeasy.fun/usps/ https://showbox.tools/ http://essaywriter.fun/ My family name will be Jontom, Character name will depend (most likey Mythandra), but I will be playing a Sorcerer like I did in the KR beta i played. I truly enjoy playing this game and i do recommend it from what I did play of the KR version. I am very interested in seeing how they adapted to EN. I will try to post some sort of thoughts like I did on BnS after the CBT 1 and CBT 2 is over, unless asked not to. See you there!
  15. Ok. Started a new Fallout 4 character on the new Survival difficulty. Run down of the experience so far: 1 - first, before I could even START a new game I had to disable all my mods just to get the stupid game to load. This is a bug because they all worked again once I was able to find a save point and reactivate them. 2 - speaking of saving...limited autosave and no quicksaving got old REAL fast. Now, keep in mind when I play normally I sometimes forget to save at all, and considering how many bugs there are in the https://speedtest.vet/ https://vidmate.bid/ game it was fortunate that the game had an autosave. While I like the idea of only being able to save by sleeping in a bed the game is faaaaaar too unstable to make this practical. Oh, did I mention I was KILLED BY TRYING TO SLEEP SO I COULD SAVE??? Fixed it by downloading a mod. 3 - no fast travel...I'm actually looking forward to working around this. Since this is a new character I haven't made it very far yet. but I think not being able to fast travel is going to force me to set up mini-bases at the various settlements. I'll definitely have to create market stalls so I can sell stuff. So far this promises to be the neatest challenge to work with. 4 - hunger, thirst, tiredness and disease...all features that I intentionally modded into Skyrim and other Fallout games. The only problem I have is that while the effects they have on you are great (not regenerating health and action points as quickly, difficulty aiming/lockpicking, etc.) they come on you way to quick. I drank two purified waters until it said I was properly hydrated and ten minutes later I was thirsty again. Will have to find or request a mod to adjust those values. 5 - no console...the command is locked out so you can't access it. normally this is fine, half the time I hit the stupid ` key while trying to hit 1 anyway. But...I have a crafting mod installed that allows you to place objects more precisely and make your settlements look much nicer (also helps get rid of those annoying corpses that won't de-spawn). It requires the console to work. Have to find a fix or my settlements are going to look boring again.
  16. I'm updating my PSN info. I've switched to my original profile after Sony enabled the ability to change your screen name. PSN: Kolaxes
  17. Hey I posted this in the general Community Content forum but just figured I'd put it in this sub as well We made this Red Dead Online in-game comedy fan film! It's about a man who grows up identifying as a pig owing to his mother abandoning him to a pigsty as an infant. Hilarity ensues when he learns that he is in fact the heir to a vast fortune from his grandfather. Check it out and let us know what you think! Thanks guys and stay ANGRY! BJ and James
  18. Hey everyone, My brother and I are big fans of Red Dead Online and just finished up our first comedy fan-film that was made completely in-game and online since we've yet to be given Rockstar Editor. We're also big fans of Angry Joe and rely on his reviews of games before we even consider buying anything! If you guys are fans of Rockstar and especially the Red Dead series, we'd love to chat and share content with you! Looking forward to having some fun guys! James and BJ
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  25. Completed: A Plague Tale: Innocence Platform: PC An interesting idea but then they made it a video game and ruined it. What could be a more horror style take and narrative of a common person (a noble but common as in not an unstoppable hero) trying to keep her brother safe during the plague/war while on the run, while dealing with other regular people, becomes an idiotic story about mystical bloodline hero child, occasional whining about killing terrible people in between all your killing, busy work stealth and "puzzle" sections, and magical plague rat tornadoes with occasional hit them three times boss fight and a sling that can defeat entire armies. At its best when you can more slowly appreciate some of the locations and when you have some time to build the relationship between the main characters you meet (your brother that you spend the most time with being the least interesting, of course). Could have been great with a more narrative, avoidance focused stealth gameplay, horror. Instead you just start killing everyone halfway through the game with brief moments typically spent with one main character at a time while saying that there relationships grow over time that you don't experience with them, ridiculous main villains, and out of place gamey moments like old woman saying, "Oh you have a sling little girl, yes you will need that, make use of my upgrade station." Completed: Isolated Warrior Platform: NES Isometric shoot em up that both does some interesting things with its perspective but also makes it much more difficult to actually hit enemies. They make use of shadows under enemies to give you a better idea of their position but even then some hit detection can seem questionable, even more for higher flying enemies that I have no idea why I am hitting or not hitting. Some nice boss designs. Gives you the ability to jump to both avoid shots and for some platforming, jumping twice throws bombs, and you can hit select to cycle between two modes of fire that are upgraded through powerups. One giving you a strong forward shot and a shot behind you and one shooting to both of your sides with a weak forward shot. A motorcycle and hover level can make it a bit difficult to collect powerups or manage what is happening due to the increased speed and the motorcycle levels has the more difficult platforming section that also contains the boss and it didn't seem to always want to jump when I hit the button.
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  27. Game: Ys Seven Platform: PC Play Time: ~19 hrs Ever since I got into the Ys series, it has slowly grown to become one of my all-time favorite game franchises. The quality at display across almost all games has been shockingly consistent, and Ys Seven is no exception. The story was great, albeit with some less-than-pleasant plot twists, but the ending made up for those by making me cry, which is a rare occurrence for me as far as video games go. Audiovisual department was top-notch, and the gameplay was simple but satisfying. Highlights included a puzzle involving lasers in the Well of Souls, the Dragon Sanctums and the final boss. All in all, Ys Seven was a thoroughly enjoyable experience, and it's easily tied with Ys Origin for my favorite Ys game. Rating: 5 / 5
  28. That would be awesome. There was a game called the Secret World that has this concept. But that was an mmo. Would love to see an open world game similar to Witcher 3 that lets you explore both fantasy world & modern world. Actually, if Cyberpunk 2077 actually has a sidequest with Ciri that lets you travel to a part of Witcher 3's world, MAN. That would be the best thing I have ever seen. 4 more months till that game comes out OH I CAN'T WAIT!!
  29. i found this interesting anime. its about a war of our real life modern world and a fantasy world. what if there is a open world game like this, sets in real life, a gate that connects into a fantasy world like LOTR, Elder scrolls or The witcher? Speed Test Solitaire essay writer you explore that fantasy world with both horses and military vehicles and tanks and engage in skirmishes and able you to return in real life world via gate tunnel for open city strolls and shopping? would this kind of game would be cool?
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