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    FFXIV playing a white mage as main healer, its fun but can be stressful especially when dealing with people who just stands there and doesn't bother to get out of the way of an attack when they can

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    Monster Hunter World: Iceborne! I play most evenings and I love it! On my lunch break I play Breath Of The Wild on the Switch, it's rad too.
    “After my initial feeling of being violated, seeing that pompous fool using my creation to stroke his infantile ego, it finally struck me that the leader of my country and the free world actually enjoys comparing himself to a mass murderer." - Jim Starlin, December 2019.

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    Some WOW, demon hunter. Pretty cool lore.
    "A bottomless pit is the safest place to be"

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    I know it is not very current but I finally got around to Wolfenstein 2 (on ps4), so good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Otto Gruenwald View Post
    Dead by Daylight. Doctor's pretty fun after they buffed him.
    I like watching Achievement Hunter play DbD. Just so much entertaining comedy from them. Also, I don't think there's too many playing that game that can bully the killer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Kid View Post
    Bloodborne is one I would recommend
    That game is freakin' awesome! I love the challenging nature of the game and just the Lovecraftian vibe of the whole thing.
    “After my initial feeling of being violated, seeing that pompous fool using my creation to stroke his infantile ego, it finally struck me that the leader of my country and the free world actually enjoys comparing himself to a mass murderer." - Jim Starlin, December 2019.

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    I currently divide my free time between Phantasy Star Online v2 (Sylverant servers), a heavily-modded GTA San Andreas, and the addictive and hunger-inducing Cook! Serve! Delicious! 2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackalope89 View Post
    Playing Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order. Good game so far. Some parts though, kind of a pain to figure out the puzzles. Not to mention its kind of easy to get lost at times (even with the map).

    Its kind of like, at the core, a much more leveled down version of Force Unleashed. That said, there's also notable differences. Like in Force Unleashed, its basically playing as an OP character and getting stronger (moreso in FU2). And a slight deviation, you can defeat most enemies quite quickly. Fallen Order though, heh. Not a power fantasy at all. You play as a Padawan survivor of Order 66, and while vanilla Stormtroopers are canon fodder, other enemies can easily wipe you out. But you do gradually get stronger, and the characters are interesting too.

    My issues, I just have poor directional sense inside such big games is all. Plus, its filled with various puzzles you need to solve in quite a few ways.
    I enjoyed the puzzles but I agree about the Maps. The actual map gives you very little detail. It's easy to miss a diverging path your suppose to take and end up going I circles. I cheated and used a guide to go back and get all the collectibles later for alot of the levels

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midvillian1322 View Post
    I enjoyed the puzzles but I agree about the Maps. The actual map gives you very little detail. It's easy to miss a diverging path your suppose to take and end up going I circles. I cheated and used a guide to go back and get all the collectibles later for alot of the levels
    I will say, I wish quick travel was put in for the various areas in each map. That way, rather then having to spend 15 minutes or longer making sure you're taking the right path back to an area, you can just go there. Especially on the other end of the map.

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