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  1. #2011
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    Currently still playing through The Last of Us 2. While I've got mixed feelings on the story, the game play is still tense and fun. It's taking me longer than expected to get through it thanks to my job though.

    After I finish that, I plan to do my second play through of Final Fantasy 7 Remake on hard mode for the challenge of it. While I know some FF7 purists weren't all happy with the changes, I am enjoying the conversations and fan theories the game has generated.

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    Arkham City, nine years since it’s original release! Prepping for Gotham Knights so will likely play Arkham Knight again after this.

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    playing Persona 5

  4. #2014
    Fighting Injustice on CBR SUPERECWFAN1's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by bruceleegreyhulk View Post
    playing Persona 5
    You will like this one !
    "The story so far: As usual, Ginger and I are engaged in our quest to find out what the hell is going on and save humanity from my nemesis, some bastard who is presumably responsible." - Sir Digby Chicken Caesar.

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    Animal Crossing is still a lot of fun.
    That is the land of lost content, I see it shining plain, the happy highways where I went and cannot come again.

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    Rival Schools

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    I've went knee deep into FFXIV and I'm loving it. Always said I'd stay away from MMOs but here I am paying a subscription. I both hate and love myself.
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    I've been on a massive Fallout kick for the past 2 months. Mostly New Vegas and a little Fallout 4. I even picked up 76 cheap after the Wastelanders update. It's...eh. Just picture the most bog-standard DLC for Fallout 4 imaginable and that's pretty much what you get. Much like Anthem, it's very obvious that this is an online looter shooter developed by people who've never played an online looter shooter in their life. The sheer lack of content, not just in comparison to other games of this type like Destiny, Warframe or The Division...but to other Fallout games, is staggering. What they try to pass off as an, "endgame" is embarrassing (do one quest once a day for 2 months straight to max your reputation...unless you use an exploit to do it in an hour. Guess what most people do?). The big endgame fight with the Scorchbeast Queen might actually be the worst boss fight I've experienced in any game in my entire life.

    It's not the worst game I've ever played, but it's definitely one of the laziest. Jumping in Power Armor and blowing shit up with a gatling laser can be fun but the way the game is designed makes it hard to even do that. There are very few areas on the map that have more than a handful of enemies around and you gotta compete with everyone else to get to them, so you spend a lot of time fast-traveling and server-hopping in an attempt enemies to shoot in your first-person shooter. And everything you do has an artificial cap on it to slow your progress. There's only so many items you can sell to vendors a day. Only so much endgame currency you can acquire a day. Etc... When I started typing this, I was gonna say you might enjoy it if you grab it cheap but never mind.

    On the plus side, New Vegas is as good as it ever was. And the mods that are out now are insane.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tenebrae View Post
    I've went knee deep into FFXIV and I'm loving it. Always said I'd stay away from MMOs but here I am paying a subscription. I both hate and love myself.
    I wouldn't feel bad. FFXIV is one of the few games that puts out enough content on a regular enough basis to justify a monthly fee.
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    CASTLEVANIA SYMPHONY OF THE NIGHT
    It's really hard to win as Richter Belmont, but I insist to get all trophies for the PS4.
    TRUTH, JUSTICE, HOPE
    That is, the heritage of the Kryptonian Warrior: Kal-El, son of Jor-El
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    Looks like I'll have to move past gameplay footage

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    I've been playing the latest Sakura Wars.

    The general gameplay is pretty basic but very engaging, and the story and characters are super charming. So I'm having a lot of fun.

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    risk of rain 2

    skul: the hero slayer

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    I played and completed for the first time both Silent Hill & Silent Hill 2. I had a great time, especially with the sequel. They share an overwhelming craft of ambience and some genuine scares that are solid up to this day. The melancholic feel that these games create and hold are prime examples on how to do games that remain relevant through the pass of time.

    I also completed Resident Evil 7: It's enjoyable and manages to build the horror with cool scare jumps and movie references in the first half. The second half falls short to live up to the level of tension earned in the beginning, but it's still a fun experience

    I'm starting Silent Hill 3 and continuing SH Origins, which I've had for many years, but I have never payed it much attention, so I always come back to it and expend most of the time figuring out what was I suppose to achieve when I left it last time. I also have the first four Tomb Raider, Portal 2, Limbo and the remake of the first Resident Evil waiting for me
    "The Batman is Gotham City. I will watch him. Study him. And when I know him and why he does not kill, I will know this city. And then Gotham will be MINE!"-BANE

    "We're monsters, buddy. Plain and simple. I don't dress it up with fancy names like mutant or post-human; men were born crueler than Apes and we were born crueler than men. It's just the natural order of things"-ULTIMATE SABRETOOTH

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    Finished Uncharted: Lost Legacy, and this cemented my feeling that the Uncharted games that didn't have supernatural elements had the best stories. Also, I liked the open world section way better than Uncharted 4's (and, to be fair, they had time to iterate on that version) since the puzzles of the various towers and the optional token hunt gave it more of a Zelda-ish feel than just a pretty area to wander around in between plot points of Madagascar. Not to mention that, possibly due to personal bias, I found the jungle filled with Indian ruins to be a lot prettier than the Scottish highlands, muddy area around the base of a volcano in Madagascar, or a jungle filled with Elizabethean Ruins.

    And speaking of the token hunt, it was probably my favorite collectible set in the entire series since they each had a little puzzle associated with it and it gave you something that let you know when a Treasure was around so you know to look around for secret areas instead of just having to constantly waste time poking around every corner.

    Now I randomly tried out Hitman on my PS4. So far, I'm finding it pretty entertaing, though I haven't tried for any of the sillier kills yet.

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    CASTLEVANIA SYMPHONY OF THE NIGHT
    It's my first time playing Axe Armor mode, and I even tried some equipment I don't usually play with cause I got too used to relying on the X-X!V''Q code, and trying on the Ring of Varda (dropped by paranthopus) and equipping the Were Bane (dropped by Hunting Girl) sword got much better results than I'm used to.
    TRUTH, JUSTICE, HOPE
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    Looks like I'll have to move past gameplay footage

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    Kicking arses on Garou: Mark of the Wolves. Which isn't a werewolf themed game but a fighting game from SNK.

    Back then, when they used to put at least some efforts on the visual of their games.

    You lovable but lazy bastards.

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