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  1. Monster Hunter World: Iceborne. If that doesn’t count, The Outer Worlds.
  2. Honestly, I have no idea. I don’t have that good of a read on trends like that.
  3. Creativerse Started playing it with a friend of a friend. It's an interesting little game, to be certain. Far from a favorite, but I can kinda see the appeal. In many ways it reminds me of Minecraft, although I admittedly prefer actual Minecraft in some ways. I've decided to make it my ambition to create a giant spaceship in the sky of my friend's world for me to live in. I plan to base the external design on the Humanoid Science Vessels seen in Stellaris. Since one cannot view the interior of spaceships in Stellaris, I'm gonna wing it with regard to what the interior of the ship looks like. Although I have a pretty good idea where I want the bridge... After I do all that, I'm gonna create a model of a Protoss Dragoon at ground level. Maybe a small squad of them, even. And then maybe just build an entire Protoss base, I dunno. I must construct additional pylons regardless.
  4. I hear it's really good, despite the subject matter. Unfortunately for me, it hit way too close to home when I first tried it. It was too similar to my job at the movie theater at the time, so I stopped playing because it felt like work. I entertained the idea of revisiting it as of late, but I'm not sure. Watching Jacksepticeye play it (twice) was entertaining though.
  5. This is my beef with the transition from Mega Man X to Mega Man Zero. Omega is using Zero's Mega Man X frame supposedly, but he comes out as a palette swap of Zero as he is in the Mega Man Zero games that boss fight occurs in. There's a laundry list of reasons I take issue with this portrayal, but I've managed to come to terms with it with the explanation that Zero simply received another upgrade between the X series and the Elf Wars in the Zero series backstory. This is why Zero appears the way he does when the series starts and why Zero's old frame (in use by Omega) looks exactly like he does currently. As for why the old frame lacks Zero's Z-Buster, I don't know what to say. Zero's use of said buster has been on the decline since X4, though, so perhaps eventually he had it removed to reinforce his Z-Saber specialization. But both Omega and Zero in the Zero series have guns anyway, particularly pistols, and they effectively serve the same role in their arsenal that the Z-Buster did.
  6. Halo 5: Guardians I've been playing it on-and-off over the week in an attempt to pin down why I stopped playing in the first place. I don't consider it a bad game – the campaign was mediocre at best and the REQ system makes me angry by its very nature, but that's the extent of my complaints; the gameplay itself is the best Halo has ever had, in my opinion – but something about it keeps me away from playing it on the regular, unlike past Halo games which I played quite often...
  7. Night owl. Definitely night owl. I've tried waking up early multiple times, but I always ultimately go back to being a night owl.
  8. Underta– nah, just kidding. Everyone and their great grandparents has heard of that one by now. Melody's Escape is a bit of an obscure one. It's kind of what you get when you combine BIT.TRIP RUNNER and Audiosurf. Like BIT.TRIP RUNNER, the object of the game is to dodge obstacles on an autoscrolling course, and you need to perform specific inputs to do so. Like Audiosurf, the course is generated based on your choice of music. It even has Steam Workshop support, so you can reskin the player character however you please. I have skins based on the Mega Man franchise, myself; I think I had a Mega Man Zero-style Zero skin on last time I played.
  9. Well, I'm admittedly not very good at the "planning" thing, so I try to wing it usually. Sometimes it works... sometimes it doesn't.
  10. Honestly, I have no idea. Part of me hopes so, though.
  11. Spider-Man: Far From Home. 8/10
  12. Never played either. Wouldn’t know what to tell you. Although I’ve watched Freeman’s Mind multiple times through, so I’ve already been pretty much spoiled with regard to the first one and at least part of the second one.
  13. Depends on the kind of day I’m having. That said, any of JT Music’s rock raps are pretty good contenders. As is “Souls Electric” by Brokenkites and “Fragrance of Dark Coffee” by Noriyuki Iwadare – that’s Godot’s theme music from Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Trials & Tribulations. I also really like “Enter the Gungeon” by Doseone, from the video game of the same name.
  14. Bicycle. Definitely bicycle. Easier to maintain, and you don’t need a license to ride. At least, not in the US.
  15. Yes. For the purposes of the culinary arts, I suppose it is a vegetable, but in botany, I’m pretty sure it’s considered a fruit. Don’t quote me on that, though; I’m not an expert. If a botanist tells you otherwise, I’d defer to their judgment. Avengers: Endgame. Before this movie came out, my answer would be Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
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