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  1. Super Mario Maker 2 - people will play it 20 years from now, mark my words. 😅
  2. Hello, currently I'm rocking two games. One on my Nintendo Switch, and the other on my PS4. Both titles have just been released, and I couldn't have been happier with how excellent they turned out to be. <3 On my Nintendo Switch, I'm rocking Super Mario Maker 2. The title is an absolute blast if you're Mario fan. The game's campaign is splendind and entertaining, there's no level system (at least the one we're used to having in Mario games) and each level is more delicate and innovative than the last. Honestly, if the game was to only have a 100+ level campaign, I'd still be quite satisfied with the purchase. But oh God it has more, and more it can offer plenty! The Online connectivity, course sharing system, and the ability to traverse the maddening trials together with your buddies is absolute beast, and don't even get me started on the Course Maker part. Because it exceeded even my highest expectations, and don't get me wrong - I was already expecting ALOT! The second game which I bought just yesterday (blasting with 40% discount on a release day xD) is the newest Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers (expansion). It's an MMORPG which I parted ways with almost half a year ago, however, the newest DLC forced me to come back and take a glance. And it's good that I did... The expansion changed a bunch of stuff within the in-game world, and, honestly, I love it! So yeah, these two are in my head constantly, work, friends, spouse, shower - all I think of is Super Mario Maker 2 and Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers!xD Oh, btw - if you click on the two titles you'll see the place where I acquired both. Eneba offered the very best price on both pieces, haven't checked it since yesterday, so not quite sure what's the situation now.
  3. it does matter a lot. 30fps and 60fps are like day and night, and 60fps compared to 160fps are on an entirely different level as well. Though, 60 is what you hope to have on the newest releases, for smooth, seamless, and easy-on-the-eye experience. Like, try playing one of these upcoming sci-fi shooters with 20-30 FPS and launch it on something that's capable to dish out 55-60, then report me with the results - FPS matters :s Thank you, and have a lovely day! ❤️
  4. Yeah its quite nice, creepy and tense in all the right ways. If you already think it is right up your alley you should definitely try it. Thing is, with most single player games when they just came out, the prices are quite high. I personally look for other options than buying directly from steam, most of the time, eneba.com for example, has good prices.
  5. well pretty much this: back in the day, when they said they were to release a quality game, you were expecting quality content right from the get-go, nowadays, when they say they are to release a quality game - on launch you get the game, and in half a year of updates and DLCs (both free and paid) you then get quality... Ofc, there are some exceptions like DMC V, MK 11, Sekiro and others, but this sort of tendency (to withhold quality) wasn't present before, as far as I'm aware... T_T
  6. Back in the day, when I was still a young twat, grinding at Silkroad Online for tens of hours consecutively day by day, I had this friend, comrade, guildie. He was from an upper-middle-class family, and while we've had quite a few memorable moments in SRO, paying for silks was not really an option back then (since we were all very young kids). And so, that guy stole his parents' credit card and bought silks (the in-game currency that you buy with real money) for every member of the guild, the total amount was around 10k EU or so. After that, the guy disappeared into a thin air. I will never forget his sacrifice. Months later (once we've spent all of the gifted silks) our guild quit SRO and we've entered the WoW scene. =D
  7. 1. because the publisher tends to overhype and then the devs don't deliver. -.- aka Anthem (even tho, it now looks that Anthem will become the next No Man's Land) 2. because the game is too hard even though that's what the game's intention was -.- aka Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (even tho, some speed-runners have finished it in an hour!) 3. because some people just like to hate on stuff, because jumping on the hate-wagon is really easy. Hate bounces from person to person and spreads instantaneously. The third group's probably the largest by a vast margin. Praise, love, and play. Cheers! ❤️
  8. Look at some price comparison webs, there are some even cheaper options around! E.g. https://www.eneba.com/steam-just-cause-3-steam-key-global
  9. If anyone's interested, I've written a blog post to detail some of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice key elements, and how it'll be different from that of Dark Souls and Bloodborne games. Check it out if you're planning to acquire this Sengoku piece! ❤️ Cheers, and hope you'll have a good one today!
  10. Whenever I hear this argument that video games are a time waste, I just direct a person to eSports scene. Those guys out there are playing and earning more than lawyers! The same rule applies to the streamers and youtube video guys. And even if you're not one of the above, it all depends on what you are taking from the gaming experience. If it's just sheer frustration or a mindless grind, then I do agree, one participating in such activities could go elsewhere and use his time more efficiently, however, if you partake in adventures, meet people from all over the world, cooperate and immerse in the most thrilling of narrative twists, a person that dares to say that's a time waste is nothing but a fool in my eyes. I've spent thousands of hours in WoW, and I don't regret a single minute invested in it, never did, never will. I love the game so much that I've written a blog about its current state and my opinion about the game's potential in the future. If there're any WoW fans here, Check it! No Game is a Time-waste if you don't personally think so, it's your time, it's your life, it's your adventure!
  11. in my opinion, it depends on how much time a person spends within a game, and what experiences does he/she partake in. If you play a tense FPS for 10hours where all you hear/read is people flaming on one another, that may definitely have some negative feedback to your real life, but if you play, let's say MMORPG where you raid with your guild members, who are like a family, that may as well enhance your mood for real-life events. I think It all depends on the chosen environment and a personal mindset. But the question if games do impact behaviour, they certainly do, they are a part of life, and any part of life can form a person, both positively as well as negatively. Cheers!
  12. So I've been glancing through the google realm, searching for some sweet deals. In my experience, price comparison sites do wonders for this, and I've come across Eneba game marketplace, while some of their prices are quite similar to those of G2A and Steam, their game categories 'under 5' and 'under 10' eu mark offer quite a few games that I'm pretty sure are cheaper than anywhere else. Dunno if it's helpful or not, just want to save you some search time and money. Bought Sleeping Dogs (definitive edition) and Mount n Blade: Warband myself, both for a total of 5.33 lol. Category Under 5 Eu Category Under 10Eu Hope You'll find a good one! Cheers
  13. I understand it's rockstar but should I spend 60 dollars on it?
  14. FIFA 19 i got on a crazy discount
  15. Yesterday I bought battlefield 5 from https://www.eneba.com/origin-battlefield-5-origin-key-global So yeah I paid 42 Euro. But this game is expensive everywhere. I think I found it quite cheap.
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