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  1. On 7/21/2019 at 6:07 AM, killamch89 said:

    Otaki is a game with a very unique mechanic of using a paintbrush to do sword attacks, make bombs among other stuff. I haven't seen another game implement that system and make it so appealing.

    Did you mean Okami? I never heard of Otaki, but from what you're describing, it seems like Okami to me.

  2. For some reason this game got popular lately and I've seen it being mention everywhere. I don't really understand it as it's been released in, what, 2013? Seems charming, though.

  3. 15 hours ago, killamch89 said:

    Why would you want it to be released any later? I've been looking out for it since last year and I can't wait to get my hands on it. Halo Infinite and Doom Eternal also look amazing and I can't wait to play both games.

    I'd release it as soon as possible, tbh, but I was talking about the game being called Cyberpunk 2077 and it being released on 20/7/7. It's basically free marketing (as if they need it anymore). 

  4. On 6/4/2019 at 3:28 AM, Aerielle del Rosario said:

    Wait a minute, is the guy from The Walking Dead? also, I don't get the concept but the graphics were amazing. I'm confused...

    Yep, that's the one. Also, there's Mads Mikkelsen who was in Hannibal, Rogue One and Doctor Strange. 🙂

  5. As I've said in the other thread, Ori and the Blind Forest has a story that gets you from the start and holds you to the end. That game got everything right. It's my recommendation even to people that don't play video games as much.

    Bioshock Infinite with both its Burial at the Sea DLCs is also a game that captured me in terms of the story. Especially after playing the prequels.

  6. Ori and the Blind Forest is a game that got all three aspects right, in my opinion. The story gets you right from the start and continues to hold you to the end. The gameplay is one of the best Metroidvania gameplays I've experienced as it's very fluid and challenging enough to keep you wanting to play more. The setting is visually stunning and the music is wonderful. It's a video game masterpiece that everyone should play at least once. I can't wait for the sequel.

  7. 1 - Gameplay, 2 - Story, 3 - Setting. 

    If the gameplay is not interesting, I won't stick around for the story, I'll just read it on the Internet. For me, the gameplay is the essence of a game. I've read/played/saw a lot of good stories to this date that there's only a few that can fully capture my attention in games today. If a game gets all three, though, (gameplay, story, and setting), then I'm instantly hooked to play any other game the developers made or are making.

    3 hours ago, Executor Akamia said:

    My favorite moments come from multiplayer games where some arrogant opponent declares that I've already lost the game for some reason or another, only for me to turn the game around and make them eat their words.

    Basically, this.

  9. The DLCs that finish the main story are annoying, yeah. If it adds something new, like a small spin-off story that's not crucial to the main story or required to get to max level, I don't mind it. 

    Borderlands 2 does both of this. They have a DLC that allows you to get to higher levels which sucks, but they have smaller story DLCs that are not crucial to the main story which is nice. 

  10. 13 hours ago, Jerlene said:

    I think the only space related game I've played was Space Invaders. I LOVE the game a lot. It's simple and fun. I like the arcade feel it gives me even when I played it on a normal gaming console as opposed to an arcade game. But the best way to play Space Invaders is on an arcade machine, hands down. If you haven't played it yet, I highly recommend playing it. Just don't expect a lot of detail as far as the galaxy goes. It's VERY simple.

    Ah, Space Invaders... Takes me back. 🙂 It's one of those games that I hold very close to my heart. 

  11. Many gaming news sites overhyped the game and people overlooked all the good features of it because a lot of promised features weren't in the game at its release. It was still very playable.

    Off the top of my head, I can name a few features that devs made: Permadeath game mode, third-person view, character customization, new planetary and underwater biomes, underwater buildings and wrecks, new creatures, ability to own multiple ships, ship classes (fighter, explorer, etc.), new customizations and base building parts, 30 or so hours of story content, new shops and traders in space stations, NPC guilds... I'm sure somebody would be able to add some stuff to this.

    They are also adding the VR support which might draw more people as I'm sure the game will look stunning in VR. Not to mention that they even improved it visually, and it looked great when it came out.

  12. On 5/6/2019 at 10:43 AM, Bravosi said:

    I thought No Man's Sky is doomed and burried?

    It averages around 2000-3000 people every day, which is good for that kind of game. There's also a big update coming this summer bringing multiplayer and whatnot, which might pull some people towards the game again. Not to mention that the game looks as stunning as ever.

  13. 9 hours ago, StaceyPowers said:

    Whenever you get around to playing the remaster, I'd love to hear what it's like. Did they also remaster the second one?

    Yes, both the 1st and the 2nd one got remastered. Infinite did not, but at the time it didn't make sense to do so either.

  14. 6 minutes ago, Moony Burbage said:

    IsThereAnyDeal is good, but I prefer GG.deals much more. It's pretty much the same, but it has modern design, voucher codes are included in prices by default and historically lowest prices are nicely highlighted so it's easier to spot good deals. I also like how wishlist and price alerts are separate, so you can sync all interesting games from Steam wishlist, but only get notifications for few selected games. Also, you can get notifications only on historical lows (I believe this feature is missing on ITAD).

    Having said that, ITAD does support more stores and has many advanced functionalities. So it's best to try both sites and see which one fits your needs better.

    I'll be completely honest, I didn't know about GG.deals, but I will take a look at it. Thanks for sharing it!

  15. Most of the points I would've said have already been said, so I'd just suggest a site called Is There Any Deal where you can find, as the title suggests, if there's any discount on the games you're looking to buy. 

    Also, avoid preordering and wait for a week or two after the game is released if you're really eager to play it as soon as possible. In that period you'll get the most honest opinions from players and potentially avoid burn from high expectations.

  16. Well, I've been playing SPGW waaaay too much lately, so I'd say that game has some visually stunning places and nebulas. I always forget to take screenshots, so I've found this screenshot on the forums instead.


    No Man's Sky also has some really nice visuals that I enjoy.


    But yeah, this reminds me that I should really start taking screenshots as some games really look stunning. This way I only have others' screenshots to show... 😶

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