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  1. Some of you may be aware of the game Mortal Shell, a new Soulslike game announced months ago that has ragdoll flying physics. For some reason. The game was in closed beta starting 2 days ago, but because so many people registered for the closed beta, the game dev decided "fuck it, it's now open beta. Have fun everyone!" And there you go. You can play the game's beta right now like what I'm going to do after this. All you need is to download it right here through Epic Game Store. https://www.epicgames.com/store/en-US/product/mortal-shell/beta Enjoy, and prepare to die. HUAHAHAHAHAHA
  2. ............................... Actually no. I like the game, but I am aware that this is not a game that will make everyone happy. There's a lot of people that hated it, and also those that like it. But we definitely think this is not a perfect 10 out of 10 game that media outlets touted it to be because of the various problems the story has. Joe's simply telling what he thinks about the game after he completed it and thought over the entire game's story, and I completely understand it because many people also share his thoughts on it. If you just want to put typical stock troll youtube commenter copypasta, then just go back to youtube.
  3. Kholat is just a shameless exploitation of a real-life Dyatlov Pass Incident with complete nonsense thrown in + Sean Bean. The recent Blair Witch game is better than that game, and that game's not that good to begin with. Want a horror game? Cry of Fear's the best bet. And that game's free.
  4. Yep, that's the number I expected. This is definitely a game where spoilers need to be said because it'll really determine whether you enjoy the game or not. To borrow a quote I did on the games beaten post just recently: Well, the Coffin gang is there so good thing there's a music gag in the end. Fun fact: this is the origin of where the coffin dance comes from. Yes, it's a thing that started to make funerals more upbeat. Unfortunate they can't do it now because of Corona, but they have the meme vids though! And here's the spoiler discussion Now that I replayed the game again on new game + with all the upgrades & the enhanced listening mode that highlights the items, it's definitely a much more fun time since there's more challenge in the fights. I also see more behind the game's ending now, and it definitely is not as bad as it looks because of many things:
  5. Those 3 are good choices. Shadow of War, that's an unfortunate game that got ruined by microtransactions. I love that game even if the end part was too much of a grind. No, do not play Hello Neighbour. Everything in that game is so fucking cryptic, that it's intentionally designed to make you go insane. I am dead serious when I say I rather play Ride to Hell all over again than play that crap again because Ride to Hell is intentionally made to be so bad that it's entertaining, NOT so bad it makes you question your sanity & want to throw your PC to the streets! This is a game that needs a guide to progress through the game because there is no way in horatio coppernickle bum bum's ass that you will get through the game in 1 sitting blind. Also while I'm on it, do not play Shenmue 3. That & Hello Neighbour are in the same league as games that make you go insane, but Shenmue 3 was a much more colossal disappointment because it took everything annoying that should've stayed in Shenmue 1 & 2, make them even more annoying, got rid of the fun Sega games while having them be replaced by shallow minigames that's not fun at all & by the 20th hour of doing the same horse stance & wing chun punch just to level up your power bar because apparently Ryo forgot almost all that training he learned from the previous games, everything you did in the entire game is utterly pointless because it's all just a damn filler episode anyway that is going to continue in Shenmue 4. FUCK. THIS. GAME.
  6. 90) Uncharted 4 Platform: PS4 It's Uncharted 4, and as awesome as it was before. After playing all 3 remaster back to back, this game shines even brighter when it shows just how much improved the gameplay & graphics are. The E3 chase sequence is still freaking awesome to do, and even though the first time I played this game I'm not that much of a fan with Sam especially because of the thing that happened in the middle of the game, in the end he's just trying to honor his mom's last unfinished business. Still think the whole game could've been avoided if Nathan just tells Elena the truth about Sam since the beginning of the game & it'll end with less drama. Favorite part in the entire game is definitely the part where you play the original PS1 Crash Bandicoot. I retried the level so many times just to beat Elena's high score, but it's just not possible. Not until the second time you play it in the game's epilogue that is. And wouldn't you know it, Crash 4 is coming soon. Damn what a perfect timing to play this game right at the announcement! 91) Last of Us Part 2 Platform: PS4 Despite this game not worthy of getting the 10 out of 10s because of the story based problems it has, especially that one sex scene 20 hours into the game that still haunts me, I really like this game, but I suspect Joe will make a very2 angry review in these coming days & probably give this game either a 6 or 7 just like he did with Destiny or Rome Total War 2. If that's the case, it's too bad there's not going to be a music skit similar to the Fox song on Rome Total War 2 because of music copyright. That gag makes me laugh so hard. Eh, that's how it is sometimes. 🤷‍♂️ 92) Mosquito Must Die Platform: iPhone It's a game where you hit as many mosquitos as you can before you miss a couple of times. As you kill a bunch of them, you'll unlock new backgrounds, like having the background be egypt themed, or bar themed, or wild west themed. The difference between these are the game over scenes which are ok, but I was hoping for more crazy stuff. Eh, at least the game's free. 93) Faeria Platform: PC Aha, now THIS is a pretty cool game. It's like Heartstone (oh how far Blizzard has fallen) but instead of the game being played by just placing units & abilities based on your cards and have them attack the other team, this game is much more territory-based. In this game you have to create platforms first which will lead you to the enemy player. And you place your units on the platform that you have created & have them move to kill the enemy hero. This game is more about blocking the opponent's way to your hero while having your own unit spawn near the enemy location, and it's WAYYY more fun than it was in Heartstone. Not because it's more territorial based, but because the units are balanced & no such bullshit like "have a unit that will annihilate every other unit on screen" like Heartstone had with their bullshit cards. Some unit can only be spawned on the right field. Water pond for water based units, forest platform for nature units or desert platform for earth based units. You can experiment on your own & pick the right units that suits your playstyle, and watch them destroy the enemy units with ease. Check this game out if you want an alternative to Heartstone or any similar card-based game. 94) Tomorrow Never Dies Platform: PS1 Ahhhhh, the childhood memories. This was my first 007 game when I had the PS1. The intro still hype me up for the stuff up ahead in the game. Playing it back now though, wooooooowwwwwwwwww. This game is fucking jank as hell. I played the game on recruit back then, but at the end the game gives me a "now try the game on 00 agent difficulty to get the ending". So now I go up to 00 agent difficulty. And holy crap, the game not only gets a lot harder, but it's harder in an unforgiving bullshit way. Enemies shoot you WAYYY too fast. Strafing doesn't work because they'll just immediately fire at you while you keep on missing shots, even though the game is on autoaim against the enemies. You have the option to manual aim which turns the game first person, but it's SO. GODDAMN. SLOW. So slow that by the time you aim at an enemy, they will kill you first. So the best way to play the game and survive is to play the long range game. But most of the stages takes place in a lot of tight corridors where enemies will come out of whatever secret door they're hiding in and end you. A couple of stages even have enemies that infinitely respawn so you're definitely on shit's creek when it happens. Fighting the bosses are pretty simple though, except the helicopter. All you do to win is to immediately aim for their head in first person and shoot them over and over and over again. Watch as their health bar go from 100 down to 0 and laugh as they keep on having seizures. While hearing the kickass 007 remix. The game thankfully breaks up the shooting with minigames. Skying, destroying stuff with a fighter jet, destroying cars with your pimped BMW, and at one point deciphering a passcode by pressing random square x circle triangle button until you get the right combination. It's definitely has shown it's age. This is also probably the only 007 game where you actually play as someone other than James Bond for the main mission. In the second to last mission, you get to play as Michelle Yeoh's character Wai Lin. Unfortunately the only difference with her in gameplay is her stealth attack, which you will probably never use anyway unless you're lucky and an enemy is not looking straight towards you, which is a bummer. And she has to fight the most annoying boss in the game: HELICOPTER. And you can beat this thing by keeping your distance and shooting at the sky when the helicopter's not in full view because the draw distance of this game is ASS. If it's in full view, the thing will blow your ass away. What do you get for beating this game on 00 agent difficulty? Just a short recap of all the previous missions in the game with mission complete & a song at the end. As seen here. Yes, the game is only 1 hour 30 minutes long if you managed to get through it without dying too much & restarting a mission......... holy crap, I remember this game took me forever to beat when I played this game for the first time. And that's because I keep on dying a lot, and one time I got completely stuck in mission 4. You're supposed to open this painting's secret safe, but the game doesn't tell you what to do. Do you shoot the painting completely with bullets? Do you move the painting? NO. You have to know to go to an office cabinet that's in a specific spot & push that thing to open it.............. HOW THE HELL AM I SUPPOSED TO KNOW THAT? In short, this game made me realize that Syphon Filter is an infinitely better game with similar controls because it has WAY more variety & missions to do. Might need to go back to that classic game. 95) Feather - Social Zen Bird Flight Platform: PC Wow.......ok so............... I'm pretty sure you guys know Joe's reaction when a game has a short length. That time Joe mentioned that when he immediately turned on the game, he beat the game? IT FINALLY HAPPENED. I immediately beat this game I just played as soon as I hit play. I am not joking. I immediately get the only achievement in the game for just starting to play the game & it says thank you for playing............................... THEY DID IT! THEY BROKE THE DAMN RECORD FOR SHORTEST GAME OF ALL TIME!! IT'S TIME TO DANCE AND CELEBRATE!! So what's next after that? What does the game actually offer? Well, it's a game where you play as a bird and explore a small island, but the more correct way to describe the game is that it's an interactive music player. As you explore this island, you can travel through some spheres to change your bird species, or travel to other spheres to change the game's background music while you look around at the various architectures, mountains & plants. You can play the game with other players and make bird noises with them, but that's about it. It's pretty relaxing and the songs are really nice though. I knew about this game last year when I went to this comicon convention in my city for one of the Dragonball FighterZ tournament. One of the booths there have this game on demonstration and the dev team was there for me to chat with. Turns out they made another game I played called Screencheat, a game where you kill other players by literally screen cheating I asked them about whether or not the game has a story, and they said "there is, but you have to play the game and find out"....... Good thing I got this game as part of a cheap game bundle, or else I will have wasted $14.50. Though I would immediately ask for a refund if I did buy it. Thanks Steam refund! 96) Dark Souls 3: complete edition Platform: PC Since Demon Souls is going to get a remake on PS5, I felt like celebrating the occasion by replaying this gem. Unfortunately since this game doesn't support cloud saving & I switched my gaming laptop, I have to replay the entire game from scratch........ but that's fine because this game's fucking awesome & I would love to replay the game all over again anyway! It's quite a different feeling playing this game again after playing Sekiro all this time. I had to forget about jumping & stealth killing all the time and just go ham against enemies and go back and forth with attacking them. And oh yes, had to get used to being invaded by other players because souls be like that. Other than that, once it all settles in, it's back to boss slaying Souls work once again. The Ringed City final boss is still so damn good to fight that I just prolong my fight with him as long as I can before I defeat him. Thankfully this time I made sure to have a backup save file for all the boss fights that I really like so that I can fight them over and over again. HAH, take THAT no cloud save! 97) Bloodroots Platform: PC This game is another one of those Hotline Miami "kill everyone while you avoid being killed since you die in one hit" kind of game. This time you play as a very angry bearded man with a wolf hat that got left for dead by his own crewmen and is on to get his payback. Love the music & artstyle. Most weapons have 3 uses to them and the fun of the game is to switch weapons constantly to rack up the style points & get a high rank in each missions. Shame there's no character skills or upgrades to unlock, but it's still fun. That is until the end of the game happen and get this: Good thing I used my Epic Games coupon to get this game for only $5 or else I would be even more pissed at the end. WHY YOU DO THIS GAME???
  7. Next time put a spoiler tag cause there's people that haven't played the game. Like so: In the end this game is split down the middle. There's people that like it, and people who hate it, and that's how it is. But good thing that it's a matter of personal preference as the cause of why it's hated and not because the game plays like ass. Unlike Hello Neighbour that I played recently which is so UNBEARABLY AWFUL that by the end of that game I actually am glad that I beat it & will never play it again. And I got it for free from Epic Games Store. Very positive steam score? LIES I TELLS YA, LIESSSS!!! I rather play Ride to Hell & Past Cure, and I actually like those 2 games because they're so bad they're entertaining. Not so bad that it's horribly painful to play
  8. It's not really a "forgiving" thing, I just like this story direction since it's a personal taste thing. Different people like different things after all in the end. Actually you know what? This game made me remember Days Gone from last year. That game that's also a zombie apocalypse game but open world by the same people behind Syphon Filter & turns out the game is actually a whaf if sequel story to Syphon Filter, which is pretty cool. Despite how I like the gameplay of Last of Us 2 a lot more, and Days Gone was a much less refined game due to the rough edges here and there, I think I like that game better. Probably because that game is a much more straightforward zombie apocalypse story with surprisingly good pacing with clever twists that actually addresses what causes the zombie outbreak & has a much more exciting path towards setting up a sequel than this game. Get that game if you people haven't, it's much better than it was when it was out with less glitches & a story that's not as depressing.
  9. Last of Us part 2, after many years of sparse trailers, after the unfortunate timing that is the Coronavirus, and after the leaks which cause all hell to break loose, it's finally here. And well, the director & writer Neil Druckmann himself already warned us in advance that this game's going to be divisive, and he kept his word. I can say this: before thinking of buying the game, youtube the first 2 hours of the game up until Ellie enters Seattle. If you don't like where it's going, definitely don't buy the game because it's going to make you angry, and there's another review up by Paz which reflects that, which are full of spoilers so watch out for that if you read this first. And possibly Joe's review which will be up later, and I understand completely if he's angry with it. But if you like where it's going and are on board with it, then this is the game for you. I'm actually the later half that knows what I'm in for before I get this game, and I've played similarly messed up games like Nier & Nier Automata which are infinitely more depressing, so thankfully I completed the 30 hour long journey ending satisfied, but not without a few gripes of course. The game takes place around 5 years after the first game. Spoilers for the first game here: You definitely will remember that in the first game's ending, Joel killed a bunch of Fireflies & saved Ellie from being killed because her brain's going to be dissected by the doctor in order to create a vaccine for the fungus virus, which may or may not even work so it's definitely a really messed up situation. Just by this event alone, I already know that what Joel did will come and bite him big time eventually, and this game's one of the answers to that. Personally I pretty much tried to choke everyone in the building & shoot the doctor guy in the leg which made him drop down like a ragdoll unlike what the game's recreation of the event showed but ah well. Anyway, it's 5 years later and Ellie + Joel are living their new life in Jackson Wyoming and well, things are actually pretty cozy in this place. And you get to meet a couple of the supporting casts: Joel's brother Tommy, Dina who's Ellie's girlfriend which picked up Ellie's hobby of making BAAAAD puns, mostly horse puns, and Jessie who is Dina's ex boyfriend. I don't know about you, but he totally likes Ellie too by the way he's checking her out. Hell, if Ellie swings both ways, this dude's a good match for her by how they're interacting throughout the game. XD So the proper game begins as Ellie & Dina are doing their patrol runs around the town. There's a couple of things that actually happen in the intro which I will not mention, but like I said before, check out the first 2 hours on youtube for it & see if you're on board with it. But for a rough idea of what happened, here's the release date trailer. Here's a side note: a couple of the scenes here are different than what's in the proper game. Like, WAAYYYY different so watch out for that. And so begins Ellie's quest for blood as she travel to Seattle, and this game's roughly around 30 + hours, filled with plenty of action, fungus zombies, brutally awesome kills & nice flashbacks here and there to mellow out the relentless pacing. Most of it are pretty sweet, and some are like "ok.... why is that there?" Now even though I'm one of the people who like the game's story for what they're going for, I'm going to mention the parts of this game that I don't like first: I definitely think the event that leads to Ellie going to Seattle can be done a lot better. I expected it, but the way it's done makes one party look like a complete prick, even though there's a well-justified reason for it through their perspective because by the end of it all, both parties aren't completely bad people and are in the grey area instead of black and white. And that's what I'm gonna say about it without spoilers for that part. One character in this game is named Lev. He's the 13 year old boy in this teaser trailer with the bow and arrow. For some baffling reason, this character's a transgender, all because she cut her entire hair short and decided to change her name from Lily to Lev. And it's just completely unnecessary because only 2 very short dialogues that don't even last more than 1 minute mentioned it, and it doesn't have any impact on the story whatsoever other than it just being there because the game for some reason wants to have it. You could just get rid of that dialogue and nothing in the story would change. The maximum bullets you get to store here are surprisingly fewer than in the first game. You can't get more than 8 for your shotgun, 9 for your rifle, 12 for your revolver & 16 for your standard handgun. I thought you had to upgrade your skill tree to get more max bullets but nope! This is it for the entire game. The weirdest thing is even when you increase the clip capacity for your weapons, the max bullets remain the same, which makes no sense. In many parts of the story, the game tried to make the enemy you fight sympathetic. Like "oh no, that guy you killed turned out to be a pretty cool guy", or "oh no, that person's actually just an awkward kid in a bad situation" because you get to see a couple of their backstory later on in the game. But to be completely honest, I don't feel sorry about killing any of them in this game. You know why? Because they're being complete pricks to Ellie, even though Ellie time and time again gave them the chance to just give her the info that she needs and she'll let them go. Especially Nora, Mel & Owen who were supposed to just be normal people put in a bad situation, but when they interacted with Ellie they immediately tried to kill her. Like seriously, if you want to make them sympathetic, make them actually nice & not be complete dicks to Ellie. Simple as that & none of the problems that happen in this game would happen in the first place! And this next part is for WAYYYY later in the game after around 20 hours in which I won't spoil but OH GOD, there's a sex scene there. And it is..... SO AWKWARD and dumb that it makes Ride to Hell & Heavy Rain's sex scenes look Oscar worthy. I can't believe it's actually possible, BUT IT IS. Other than that, on with the good. The graphics are obviously one of the best looking game on PS4 so no arguing there. Though surprisingly if you compare this game's cutscenes to the first Last of Us, especially for scenes with young Joel & Ellie, not that much has changed, which speaks volumes about how awesome the first game's cutscene quality is & how well it just transitions to PS4. Not during the gameplay of course because this game obviously has a much better quality. Despite how messed up & depressing the story gets, the best part of the game are the flashbacks before the event of the game. One of them taking place in a museum which is so cute & adorable it make my heart grew big sizes, and the other one which is pretty damn sad but necessary for Ellie. Hell, you can pretty much make Last of Us 2 about these flashbacks and continue from there instead of what we get, and the game would INFINITELY be less divisive than it is currently. The gameplay mechanics in this game is really solid & a major improvement compared to the first game. For starters, exploration in this game is WAAY more fun and big, and the game is like a mixture of the first Last of Us with that partial open world exploration segment that's in Uncharted 4 & Lost Legacy, though that exploration part is most prominent during the first time you are in Seattle. You get to explore parts of the city in this section of the game with your horse, and you get to use a map to search every nook and cranny this place has. The game's puzzles are not as awkward as those plank sections in the first game, which the game even takes a nod of during one cute section. Now the puzzles are more about putting ropes at the correct spots so you can swing to a hidden place filled with stashes, figuring out either to break a window or crawl a hole to open a locked door on the other side, jumping a lot kind of like Uncharted but less all over the place, and opening safe boxes with hints that makes you search around for clues, one of them involving putting a number that's a date for when a DOG gets employee of the month....... Maybe the dog's a very good mascot? ?_? I don't get how a couple of reviewers say that the jump button is useless in this game. I don't know about them, but I jump all the damn time in this game to get to next areas, platforms, and hidden locations. Useless is when you don't even use the button, but you use it all the time in this game. Maybe they mean useless in combat? But who the hell would jump during a firefight in this game anyway? You're supposed to use cover & hide, not be Mario. Not even Drake from Uncharted jumps during combat unless it's one of those hanging on ledges sections. One of my favorites collectible you get is when you explore a bank which turns out was robbed during the fungus outbreak, and you get to see this easter egg Apparently Uncharted is just a game in this universe because there's Uncharted 1 & 2 in many of the PS3 consoles you can see scattered around the game, so why is Drake's ring there? I think it's just a prop from one of the Naughty Dog employees that just put it there. SO many collectibles to see in this game. You get your usual journals that expand on the lore of the game and see many people's stories, like in one part you get to see the tragic story of a bowman who was betrayed by his friends that sided with an enemy faction that killed his daughter, so he gets to trap them in a garage to get infected, and then later on you have to kill his infected corpse & obtain his bow. A couple of them also involve characters who are probably still alive, and I wouldn't mind meeting them so they can share their survival stories with you. Unfortunately Ish from the first game's many old journals is not mentioned in the game, but maybe we'll finally see him later in a sequel, or dlc. Second are these superhero cards that are all over the place. There are so many of these things, and all of them have cool backstories. I would not be surprised at all if there's a future game of some sort that has these characters because I am down to try out their abilities. Especially the space whale & giant squid that are so big that it's pretty much like a Kaiju fight if they battle each other. When I saw the trophies in this game, I was confused as to why I can't collect quarters yet. Don't worry, you get to collect them when the game reaches a certain point. I've been looking forward to the game because of the combat mechanic I saw in the trailers, and man it doesn't disappoint. They made combat much more free-flowing & brutal here. The prone mechanic & bush hiding mechanic definitely makes this game a lot more like MGS, and I even nicknamed this game Last of Us 2 Phantom Pain: Venom Snake Ellie's vengeance. Which if you think about it, actually fits because both games share a common theme. You can crawl through trucks, tables, beds, anything with a hole on the bottom pretty much now, and that feeling you get when you shoot the face of an enemy that tries to search under them is OOOH, SO GOOD. Stealth is really fun since you have a lot more mobility and hiding spots, so you can get spotted & immediately run to go into hiding a lot quicker than in the first game. The enemies will have dogs that track your scents which makes it harder for stealth when these guys are around, but you can get through these guys pretty easily if you keep your distance, and you can simply headshot them. The other nice touch is how the enemies actually mentioned the names of their fallen friends after you stealth kill them. It makes you want to play a collection game to take note of the unique names for each enemy. You can be a stealth master in this game & it'll always be intense and fast-paced as seen here. You can craft silencers using a water bottle attached to it, but only for your pistol. At first I thought "why can't you craft a silencer for your sniper rifle?" cause I've seen it used during that Mark Wahlberg obscure movie Shooter a while back Until I found out that apparently it doesn't work in real life cause it'll just be ruined after a single shot. Well.... glad the game does its research. Hand to hand combat is also a lot better now because you can finally dodge enemy attacks, which does wonders compared to the first game's weird exclusion of it. Couple of times slugging enemies till they just bite the dust are so nice that it definitely reminded me of a battle from the Raid film. And for those that don't know that fantastic film, here's a taste of what you can expect here. Yep, Ellie uses that knife of hers a lot more this time. Wish she would use martial arts moves too but ah well, 1 out of 2 ain't bad. Melee weapons are the same as usual, but you are able to fix a weapon once now. Some, like the plank of wood, actually get upgraded into a mostly one-hit-kill weapon after you do this, but resources are limited so it's best to do that when you're sure that there's no other melee weapon you can pick up first. Speaking of upgrades, wow they ramp up the upgrade for your weapons & skills here. You get WAY better skill upgrades this time around other than more max health & steadier aim, two of them being a "last chance" ability that lets you shrug a lethal kill, and much faster stealth kill. Get these upgrades as soon as possible, it'll make things so much easier. Weapon upgrades are also really nice. It's simpler now in that there's no tier upgrades & gear level to worry about. What you see is what you get. And the best part about these are the animations for before and after you put on the gun upgrades. They're so slick & nice. Love the enemy types you face in this game. There's 4 groups of enemies: the Washington Liberation Front (WLF), the Seraphites, the infected fungus zombies, and the last one at the last parts of the game which I will not spoil, but it's a cool change of pace when you get to it. All of them use different weapons & tactics against you, and it's pretty cool to see how they contact each other during combat. The Seraphites use whistles to tell your locations & keep track of each other for example. Well except the fungus zombies cause they don't give a shit about tactics. Speaking of the fungus zombies, your usual types are back. The normal infected, the stalkers that sneaks & attack you silently, the annoying clickers & the big bloaters who comes back with a vengeance with a lot more health than usual are here. But there's also a new enemy type the Shamblers which are faster bloaters, but with more acid in them. And one more which is pretty much a boss fight that's straight out of Evil Within or Resident Evil, and it's awesome to fight. Unfortunately these 2 are the only new enemy types in the zombie fungus collection, but it's a nice taste of things to come for the sequel of this game, which I really hope will put the fungus zombie apocalypse more to the forefront. The music are a step up from the first game too. Ellie can play guitars in different places, and her actress Ashley Johnson's a DAMN good singer. It's unfortunate that you only get to hear 3 songs from her in the entire game even though she's supposed to write a lot of original songs. One's the song that Joel sang for her in the beginning of the game, second's a cover of Take on Me ............... I can't resist putting this in. 0P No she doesn't sing that really high note, she lowers the note. Still, good song. Third one's a song in the very end credits of the game that's a duet. All of these songs are awesome, but where's this song from this trailer? I'm so looking forward to hearing this song in the game! Maybe they'll put this song in the dlc. Oh, this one's divisive for sure, but I actually like most of what the gameplay after the 20 hour mark is like after the aquarium section. Not all of them as I mentioned before with the Lev character & that HORRIBLE sex scene that happened during this part, but it's full of unrelenting set pieces that's like a mixture of the first Last of Us, Resident Evil & Red Dead Redemption 2 which I am pumped for. Hell, even the last battle was morbidly fun because I get to die over and over again which makes me imagine an alternate ending to this game where it ends right there and there, which I am pretty sure everyone did during that part. XD Also while the ending of the game can be seen as depressing, I actually think it's more hopeful than what it looks like. I mean it's not completely the end because we don't see the whole picture of what happens with everyone in the story next after that part, and it's definitely open to the next chapter of the game where things get better for the people involved with time. Unlike Hotline Miami 2 which ends on such a downer note that there's not a chance in hell that anything positive can happen after that. And there you have it. Despite all the stuff that happens in this game with the leaks & the things that happen during the game itself, I had a great time playing it that right now I'm doing new game + to fully complete my upgrade in the game & collect all the collectibles. My rating for this game is "even though you'll feel down after the whole thing, it's still a fun ride to the end that makes you want to see what happens next". It's definitely NOT a GOTY material or 10 out of 10 like those review websites said because of the many issues it has, though if you ignore the story & play the game for the gameplay only, you'll have a damn good time shooting enemies & stealth killing them in gloriously brutal ways. I can definitely see this game getting a "don't ever want to touch this game ever again" or "burn in Hell for eternity" for those that are not going to enjoy this game, and that's perfectly fine. It's definitely a divisive game that definitely not everyone will enjoy, though calling this game like the "last season of Game of Thrones" is inaccurate because what happens in this game is pretty much just a logical possible route the story takes, not a completely out of left field garbage that last season was. For those guys, like I said, check the first 2 hours of the game on youtube first, and if that's not to your liking, then keep your money for other games. I am curious though about the next step. Despite all the mess, there's a plan already to do part 3. There's still a few loose ends after the end of the game that have great potential to be explored in the sequel. Will there be dlcs that expands on what happens after the ending of this game that leads to the next part? Will there be dlcs that put more Ellie songs in the game maybe through a flashback section? I'm quite curious to find out. Until then, stay safe during this corona season, play Doom Eternal for this year's GOTY contender at the moment if you want a GOTY game right now, wait for Ghost of Tsushima & Cyberpunk 2077.................. WHY DOES THIS GAME GET DELAYED AGAIN??? DX DX DX DX
  10. Yep, I expected this game to split people's thoughts. And since I have just completed this 30 hour game, I definitely feel like talking about the game's story. And this is a good place as any to do it. I assume this is a full spoiler talk place, so I'll talk about my thoughts on the entire game, but I'll hide it for those that want to read it if they want to. Man that is a long one. XD After finishing the game, there's new game +. I'm gonna replay my favorite battle parts & upgrade my weapons & stats to max!
  11. 88) Shuyan Saga Platform: PC This game was all around one of the game bundle stores I frequently buy games from. It's a typical story of a princess of an old Chinese kingdom which is under attack, she had to learn kung fu & beat the crap out of the bad guy, while gaining new companions along the way. Simple, but well done, and I like the comic book cutscenes which sometimes gives you branching dialogue options, though except for 1 part they don't change the story at all, just change the sass of your main character. Plus points because the actress who played the main character is Kristin Kreuk, aka Lana Lang from Smallville. Aka that good Superman high school story show. I remember that show before all the DC films years later make Superman less popular. That was fun. For some reason, the girl eats rice straight up raw after cleaning it with water. As expected it's not edible so she just vomit right after...... how can she not know how to cook rice? ?_? The game's definitely an smartphone game ported to PC because of the touchpad control scheme, and I don't mind it because it's pretty fun to play. Clunky at times, especially because sometimes your character will move to an invisible wall, but it's easy to control & responsive in a good way. The best part about the game is that it has 2 fighting modes. The you vs groups mode & 1 on 1 vs mode. Sometimes in the group mode it'll transition straight to the 1 vs 1 mode where you just need to deal massive damage to your enemy. Once you progress through the story & you unlock the dodge parry, the fights becomes a lot more fun because you can wipe the floor off enemies. Especially the final boss after all the crap he did throughout the game. I am down to see a sequel to this game because it definitely sets up a new journey at the end. And after you beat the game, you get to play 2 extra modes. One's an arena mode where you beat the crap of many bosses, the other's a dungeon exploration game where you play as one of the secondary characters and explore a dungeon while avoiding deathtraps. Both are fun extras. 89) Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath Platform: PC After a year of not playing MK11 because of the bullshit tower of time & currency system, I finally returned to this game after seeing my fgc mate Waz playing Fujin & Sheeva. And also this This comes to mind. Since Aftermath has a continuation of the story from the base game, I might as well buy Aftermath + the season pass that I skipped. Thankfully I got both of them cheap at $AUD 42. Yay discount! Man oh man, what a nice way to end the plot. Shang Tsung is definitely the MVP of this story mode, and especially awesome because he's not MK9 Tsung, but Hiroyuki Tagawa. The best Shang Tsung in the series bar none, just like how Raul Julia is undeniably the best M Bison in Street Fighter. As much as I would LOVE to see Raul being in one of the Street Fighter games except the movie tie in, he definitely wouldn't fit well with the Street Fighter Capcom aesthetic. If they do, it'll be awkward like the DmC remake, so the movie will have to suffice. Hiroyuki though, Byoutiful. I can never get tired of seeing this. XD The one thing that's quite a shame about Aftermath though, as well as the base story mode: there's still no trace of the song from the launch trailer. Urgh, WHY?? That MK theme remix should be in the base game as the final battle song! The weirdest thing is that trailer song is officially available, but it's just the same version as the trailer with the same awkward cuts. Which is why I pretty much made my own version of that song and then play this song during the final battle as a great "circle is complete" moment linking it back to the Mortal Kombat film. They're definitely planning something new with MK based on the ending, and I would love for it to be the next Shaolin Monks game. Or a much better open world exploration game version of the Krypt mode mixed with Deception's konquest mode, so it'll be like God of War PS4, but with kung fu & more fatalities. Can't wait to see what they'll do next!
  12. 82) Whiteboyz Wit Attitude: The Pursuit of Money Platform: PS4 Have you ever wanted to see a caucasian person being so african american, and then he does it so hard that he looped around to being white again? And you want 2 of them? You're in luck because that's what happened with these guys. This is a free PS4 game that's made to promote their album. There's 2 games here. First one's a motion control rhythm game thing where you move your PS4 controller in the direction the game wants. And the second one is a driving game where you jump and avoid animals while you shoot boxes & enemy cars. Both are a fun distraction, if cringy as hell. There's also 2 extra music videos by these guys which are..... pretty decent. They definitely can rhyme, though some of the songs can be pretentious because they claim to have "true hip hop" than most songs nowadays which....... is subjective. 83) Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception Remaster Platform: PS4 Finally it has come full circle with the third game in the Uncharted series, and this game was the first Uncharted game I have completed back when I first bought my PS3. Back then I love it, and now, I still do. They definitely planted seeds of mystery about Nathan that will be answered in Uncharted 4, but I wonder why they didn't mention the fact that Nathan has an older brother. The villains here are so powerful they basically are like the Illuminati, and yet they didn't mention anything about Sam, even though they mentioned everything else, and he's supposed to be written as dead in the Panama prison. Retcon is definitely at work here, but eh, at least it's not as bad as Arthur's sudden existence in Red Dead Redemption 2. Fun trivia about this game now that I revisited it: this game has a couple of 007 moments. The fight in the toilet is from Casino Royale the Daniel Craig film, not the parody, then much later on the section where Drake enters a plane, have a fight in and then later on meets up with Salim is totally straight out of 007 the Living Daylights, only in reverse order & even more awesome. This guy even knows it's from that film. XD 84) Hello Neighbour Platform: PC Hooooo man, this fucking torture...... Since I got this for free on Epic Games, and this game was kind of like what happens if a guy becomes like the Xenomorph from Alien Isolation from what I've seen in the trailer, I thought "why not, this could be a fun time!" IT IS NOT. What in the name of horatio coppernickle's ASS was THAT bullshit? This game is FUCKING TORTURE! The neighbor, the bad guy in the game who's supposed to be persistent in hunting you down? He can get stuck on a door and wall for no reason. I thought the game would be one of those "find an item to get to the next part while the neighbor is hunting you down" kind of game where you can approach the game however you like, but NO. This game is all about doing specific cryptic horseshit that defies logic. In the second act of the game, I have to turn a water pipe. And it's not just 1 water pipe, but 8 of them that's scattered throughout this asshole's house, and most of these pipes requires you to get a valve wheel that you get by turning 4 specific water pipes. THEN NOT ONLY THAT, but most of these water pipes are located in specific spots, and are very high up, so you have to stack fucking boxes to get there. All to drain a flood in this asshole's attic so you don't get bitten by a toy shark, and then find a key to get out of this guy's property because he barricaded everything for some reason like a dick. OH OH OH, THEN act 3 starts. And it is the most unfair of them all because you have to do MANY specific things to progress to the next part which makes no fucking sense that I actually lost my mind. So the goal of this part is to enter this guy's basement and then do a bunch of stuff inside. Why? Because it's all in the main character's dream and fuck you deal with it. So many parts makes no goddamn sense, including the part where you need to get a crowbar to pry the woods to the door leading to the basement. You find the crowbar inside this electric box that's in the upper floor of the guy's house. Why? Because Anthony Doolittle said so that's why! Who's that guy? I made him up because THIS GAME DROVE ME INSANE. So you think you can just pick the crowbar up right? NOPE, you can't pick the crowbar because it's really hot. So what you're supposed to do is get a magnet device thing from a very specific part of the neighbor's house. Then you can use the magnet to drag the crowbar to a shower so that it's actually usable. HOW THE FUCK ARE YOU SUPPOSED TO KNOW THIS??? Not to mention how this guy's house looks like this in this section So NOTHING makes any sense. OH, OHOHOOHO But the pain doesn't end there. You then need to pick up a keycard that's in this guy's fridge, but you can't yet since it's encased in ice. So naturally you have to turn off the power supply. But do you do it by: 1) unplugging the power cord of the fridge 2) shutting down power by going outside to the power box and shut it down 3) get captured by the neighbour so it becomes night to have a specific door open, then lodge a chair to it, then get captured by the neighbour again so it becomes morning, go to that door again because now it's open & the door behind it opens as well because it's open during the day, THEN pick up a guitar, THEN matching a room so it looks like a picture, and then turn off the power generator that's outside the room's window?? If you pick 1 & 2, congratulations! You are a human being with common sense. BUT TOO BAD 3 IS THE RIGHT ANSWER WHAT THE FUCKITY FUCK FUASOHDANSJFBNAONFFSDGNADMPSDKJGAODHSPIGJPRFGS After THAT bullshit, you get the keycard and FINALLY you're able to enter the basement. Then you die over and over again because you got caught by a dark monster figure. Why? Oh that's because what you're supposed to do is find 3 colored keys, and then open 3 specific doors to play minigames that will unlock the ability to finally get through that section..................................................... a\ASASDADASN348UQW0ER9U3210-312-039O4YH4-2IK FJW JTFLASFCPAFGS But the good thing is I passed that bullshit, and then after some mercifully straightforward sections that's not like that mindfuck, I beat the game. And then it ends by the main character waking up from his sleep, and then moving stuff to his house........................... Why is this game made like this? WHYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY?? I rather play Ride to Hell than play this game ever again. THAT'S how bad this game is. And the worst part is it shouldn't be this bad if the game is more straightforward & you're left with an Alien Isolation esque game but with a guy as the xenomorph. Play this game at the cost of your thine sanity. 85) Ronin Platform: PC After playing Helltaker & getting the chocolate pancake recipe, yummy, I decided to play the game that's animated by the dev of that game. And this game is pretty cool. It's a turn based assassination action game. Think Mark of the Ninja, but you die in 1 hit, you do combat by jumping all over the place avoiding gunfires while using your various abilities, and you kill a lot of dudes. Each movement takes 1 turn, and you can see which direction the enemy will shoot at if you do a move, so ideally you want to jump away from their firing range, best place will be above an enemy because other enemies will aim at that direction & you get a free kill. It feels great to kill 7 guys in a room while you jump all over the place like the efficient killing machine that you are. The final mission though is really damn sadistic because you have to get through the level without getting hit at all if you want the good ending. You can get hit, and the game is generous at this part since you can get hit more than 4 times as long as you kill enemies and fill the death timer, but you'll get the bad ending. I pretty much do it both ways, and man, I restarted this mission so many times until I got through this part with surprising ease just by jumping through enemies that don't need to be killed & just going through to the boss as fast as I can. Unfortunately the bad and good ending are just a screen of the same picture you had before each mission starts, only in the bad ending, it's ripped, while in the good ending, the final boss' face is crossed out as mission complete. Why can't the game just show your main character's face in the end to tie things up? I know the character's in the picture since there's a prequel comic that tells you the backstory before the game! 86) Gal Gun Double Peace Platform: PC Yes, to those that are aware, this game is that game where you shoot at girls that are suddenly in love with you with pheromone shots to knock them out, while they make a lot of...... questionable faces & noises.......................................................... I got this game super cheap at Green Man Gaming for $6.80. This game's surprisingly good. If you ignore how this is pretty much a very2 awkward as hell to play game that makes the Witcher 3 look like softcore, which is surprising because this game has no H scenes with S E X at all, this is actually a damn good on rails shooter with SO many variety & stuff to look into. For starters, you have 3 main methods of attacking. The most common is to shoot a girl in specific parts, and each girls have their own weak points which you can one shot. You can charge up your shot to stun the girls, and when you fill up a meter, you can do a super shot that lets you eliminate all enemies at once, right after you do something first which I will not describe here because it's SO DAMN WRONG. The enemies in this game are mostly the people that's inside this particular high school from class 1 - 3 and even to staff members like the teachers & school nurse. All of them girls because you're the only guy in this school for some reason. The stages are full of hidden stuff to collect, ranging from items that's required for sidequests, bios of girls, pink angel thingy that gives you extra points, and hidden girls that doesn't attack you but you can shoot for extra points. One of them which is a main character from the original PS3 Xbox 360 game that's an angel, but got demoted to a human because of the event of that game. A couple of them even have a side quest involving a hidden ghost girl you can find & shoot, and each stages have side objectives that lets you find hidden items by zooming in areas or a specific girl's boo I mean a girl's stomach, and multiple paths to take too. This makes the stages full of replayability & makes you want to do replay it. Not only that, but the game have multiple routes you can take because your goal is to confess your love to a girl before the day ends, or else you will be hated by everyone forever, and it's surprisingly very cute. Each route has a section where the main girl is stuck in an, ahem, naughty situation and you just have to deal with it. Like saving one of your love interest from getting her hands & feet stuck on a floor, or pulling another girl out of a window because she got stuck in the middle of it. You know, your typical ecchi manga girl situation that only chick magnets in anime land has to deal with! And by the end of the route, you either get the bad end, true end or the good ending which is more comedic. And there's 5 routes, the last route which is basically a free for all that lets you pick one out of 60+ FREAKING GIRLS. HOLY SHIET THAT'S A LOT OF GIRLS TO CONQUER! And yes, that includes the teachers, the school nurse, and the ghost girl. If it's there, you can get them! I am surprised that this game is as full of content as it is. Even though this game is very2 ecchi, I can't deny that the dev went out of their way to make a fun game with tons of stuff in it. This makes me want to see rail shooters return & have as good a content as this game, not just as a 2 hour game with nothing else to them. Like imagine if House of the Dead has a new game with multiple paths, side contents, multiple story paths with different bosses & enemies to fight in each & have like 7 different endings. That'll be the best House of the Dead game that I would play over and over again! Only House of the Dead 2 on PC was kind of like that since it has a mode that lets you modify you weapons, but that's just peanuts compared to what Gal Gun had. The closest a rail shooter had to having that much stuff is when PS3 had Razing Storm + Time Crisis 4 + Deadstorm Pirates in one game. Which I think I will play again one of these days. Wonder how different Gal Gun 2 is compared to the first. Only one way to find out! 87) Power Rangers Battle for the Grid Platform: PC A great Power Rangers fighting game. Wow, been a LOOOOONG time since we had a good Power Rangers game! And this game's made by the people who made the mobile free to play game, but now it's an actual fighting game which is similar to MVC3, but a lot simpler because you do the special moves by pressing X & doing different directions. It's really damn fun just being able to do long strings of combos & deal massive damage with each characters. The story mode is pretty basic, but quite entertaining for what it is. The plot is based on a comic book named Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: Shattered Grid. Think of it like an Avengers MCU movie esque event where multiple power rangers have to group together and fight the main villain, which in this game's case is Lord Drakkon the evil Tommy Oliver. What you see is what you get. Personally I watched only the very early power rangers show up until the part where there's a new Ninja power rangers, Ninja Storm I think it was. I even watched one of the Sentai Japanese show, especially remember one part where one of the ranger alongside a little girl has both their face completely blank because they got their face stolen by this guy The girl's happy because she gets to paint her blank face (I know it's weird) while the other ranger was moping on the floor. Fuck that was creepy....... Though the episode itself is pretty funny, until the girl cries. I mostly know of these guys from the Sega Genesis fighting game & movie beat em up game that was pretty damn good. Quite a shame that this game only uses the megazords as a comeback mechanic rather than have its own section where you control them & beat monsters up. Speaking of monsters, why is Goldar the only one in the main story? Rita definitely don't fight so she doesn't need to be playable unless it's the latest movie Rita, but what about Darkonda & Ecliptor from Power Rangers in Space? Or master Xander? Or Nimrod and the 2 assistants AC and...... DC................. wow I just realized that.............. And especially Lord Zedd? He's the one bad guy I always think about when I think power rangers main bad guy! It's good that he's finally available later as dlc, but come on! Have more villains for the base game! Ah well, it's a good thing Vergil's in it after lord Zedd. I mean that's a win right there. It's a good thing they slowly added more villains with each dlcs. Lord Zedd & Dai Shi are in, and Scorpina is going to be in the next dlc. Let's see more monsters in the next dlcs.
  13. That's my thought before he released the review too. It's most definitely at least an 8. It's a fucking awesome game.
  14. 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.
  15. 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.