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  1. If you were into doing Esports yourself, what game(s) would you guys play? I myself would try my hand at Call of Duty, and maybe Fortnite. Even though I suck at fortnite lol. Other games, maybe the WWE wrestling games, Madden NFL, and some other games. I am no pro, so I probably wouldn't last too long lol. But if you were a pro, what games would you want to play as a pro?
  2. We already know kinect is done, and won't be featured in the backwards compatibility of the Xbox Series X, but most Xbox original, 360 and One games will be compatible on the new console. Do you think the Xbox One controller will work with the Xbox Series X? I sure hope so, because the way controllers are priced these days, I don't want to have to buy expensive controllers. I've been seeing Xbox One controllers going for like $80 at most places and I don't get it. What do you guys think? Will the Xbox series x work with Xbox one peripherals? I doubt they would work with the 360 controller though. But that would be cool.
  3. The PlayStation Classic came out a couple years ago by now, and it didn't go over too well. The emulation was mediocre, and a lot of the ISOs on the system were the PAL version and not the US version, which caused issues with some games. Some people were able to modify the device to add other games, which is probably a more appealing idea. Anyway, this is not about the PS classic. But, about a possible future PS2 classic. Do you think Sony will try their hand at another classic console? I think it would be cool if they released a PS2 classic, but I imagine it would be a pricey one, considering how big games are on the PS2. I could easily see a PS2 classic going for like $100 or more. What do you guys think?
  4. Article Source - Forbes Video games and consoles are selling like crazy, and it's all thanks to the pandemic. With more people home, and some collecting unemployment, people are buying more games then ever. Supposedly the gaming industry made $11.6 billion between April and June of this year. That's crazy! Have you found yourself buying more games as of late? Or have you maybe even slowed down?
  5. I can't believe no one made a topic about this yet. Who's getting Watch Dogs: Legion when it comes out? It's for sure a day one buy for me, as I really loved Watch Dogs 2. I didn't care for the first game though, but then again, I didn't give it much of a chance. Anyway, the new change I like about this one, is that you can play as multiple people. You can recruit people all over the in game world, and you can play as them. So essentially you can play as nearly everyone in the game. I believe they still have perma-death, but it's now a toggle option. So if you turn perma-death off, and your character dies, they will instead be put on a cool down and be sent to a hospital. But with perma-death, that person is gone for good. Will you play with it on or off? Here's a little taste of the game in action:
  6. I'd include Epic Games in that list as well, as it's starting to gain popularity. Helps when they release a ton of free games fairly often. Oh, and Amazon Games is a thing. Got a bunch of games through Twitch prime through Amazon Games, and I haven't downloaded anything yet. But yeah, I prefer going the route of digital, just easier to deal with. Physical with PC is kind of pointless these days anyway, because it's to the point that some games aren't even coming with discs, just a slip inside a game box.
  7. They don't care, that's the issue. The publishers are forcing devs to make a deadline, and in turn they produce a game not fully complete, so we see the addition of loot boxes and micro-transactions to keep the game going as long as possible. In reality, I wish most studios were like CD Project Red, who made The Witcher 3. When they make a game, they make sure it's finished or as finished as it can be. And if they do actual DLC, they release big DLC at fair prices. I'll be honest, I'm okay with micro-transactions. My only issue is when those micro-transactions can be used to get ahead of the game.
  8. Originally the arcades and then consoles I think. I know it was available for the SNES and Sega Genesis back then. I don't recall an NBA Slam though. SSX Tricky is my favorite snowboarding game. I also get into the Tony Hawk Games and anything relating to skateboarding. Anything revolving around extreme sports is usually fun. 😄
  9. I've used Power A on Xbox One, and the controller lasted me a long time. The only downside I could find is that they often are just wired controllers and don't have the greatest analog sticks. Mine started to peel and fall apart from the plastic. But, I got an $80 pro controller from them and the build quality for that is fantastic. I'm not sure on the gamecube Switch controllers, but the reviews mostly paint a good picture for them. With any third party controllers though, there are bound to be some problems. I find Power A to be a good budget controller brand. I'm pretty sure if you want to get an better brand gamecub controller, it might be double in price.
  10. Gaming these days is full of loot boxes and micro-transactions. It seems most games need them these days, and I don't understand why. The whole point of games, is to unlock stuff, and gain more stuff as you go along. Yeah some games may still do this, but I hate it when loot boxes and micro-transactions are needed to get anywhere in game. Sometimes games force you to grind and grind just to get to a point, but you can pay $1 or more to increase your stats, or a "gold" lootbox with a possible chance of getting a special item. It's gambling as well when it comes down to it. What do you guys think? I'm not a fan of them. If it's just for cosmetics purposes, sure whatever, but if it gives people an edge in the game, I don't agree with it. Maybe single player only for that at the very least.
  11. Do you have the original NES console? The one with the slot loading and the little door on the top. Or, do you own the top loader? I currently own the original NES, but have wanted to own a top loader NES for years now. I hear they're more reliable than the original NES and are cooler looking to some extent. Which one do you own? Or, do you own both?
  12. It seems cheating in esports happens fairly often. Some who use blatant cheats, while others may screen peek or use a glitch to their advantage. But, it's oh so nice when the cheaters get caught. Here's a video from a few months ago about people caught cheating in esports. Check it.
  13. So, for those who don't know, Suicide Squad was announced recently via Rocksteady's twitter account above. 👆 But, if you can see, the image shows Superman, which confirms he will play a part in the game. I wonder how the game is going to play out.
  14. Yeah, I want to try VR. I can totally see VR help with dreaming. It would make sense since it puts you into it, and it feels more real.
  15. I don't think they have plans to do a remake, if anything, they'd make a completely new game in the series, or start fresh with an outright reboot. Now that I think of it, Konami has plans for new Silent Hill games, so, maybe we're going to get a remake for the first 3 games. Kind of like how Capcom did with remaking Resident Evil 1-3. Konami would be crazy not to jump on the bandwagon and produce an updated remake of the first 3 games. I'd buy that. Plus, they kind of screwed fans over with their original HD edition as it was a mess of a game, and was never patched on the xbox 360. The PS3 version got a patch, but it still had tons of problems from what I heard.
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