Discussion in 'Entertainment and Technology' started by CyberScream, Feb 11, 2015.
Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath
Actually finished Final Fantasy 15. And picked up Dirt 5, the rock bouncer and formula off road are interesting rigs.
Angry Birds was the game I played when I was 5/6...and now I'm playing Angry Birds 2 and I'm loving it
Cod MW 2019 - competitive
Battlefield 4 - competitive
Death Stranding - because i need out in open spaces haha
Animal Crossing: New Horizons and Super Smash Brothers with my daughter.
Pokemon Emerald... The Battle Frontier!
Nice!! Remember Me is a fun game. The combat was so weird for me at first, but once I got into it, it had a nice rhythm to it. So different than their other stuff like Life is Strange!
If you like crafting/ exploring games Forager is mad fun.
The Phoenix Wright games are so good! Is this your first one?
This! This is one of my all-time favorites. The job system is so well done and the art is gorgeous. The second game is as good, if not better (and that’s Bravely Second, not the one coming to switch lol). I really hope you like it!
Yes. Way easier. Pokémon Black/White was so hard that most people got stuck on victory road or the Elite 4. The next generation, X and Y, practically holds your hand. A lot of it, I think, is the “here’s an exp share for all your Pokémon to gain exp after every battle. Also, you gain exp when you catch Pokémon.” This eliminates a lot of the grinding from earlier Pokémon games. That and the rivals have gotten...sad. Every time I fight Hop in Shield, I’m just like. “Buddy, you don’t even have a full team. Like, how do you expect to win without one?” They’re still making some really neat Pokémon (I love Corviknight and Boltund), but they definitely feel like they’re set to easy mode.
I’m playing Resident Evil 2 remake and Portal Knights on my PS4 and trying to get back into Octopath Traveler on my switch lite.
My Reddit gaming pal wants me to play Hollow Knight and I am having a hellish time with it. I’m so used to having a recovery move in Platformers. I’m talking floating as Kirby or double jumping as Banjo and using Kazooie’s wings to break my fall. I’m talking the super glide from Muramasa or the hover move from Rogue Legacy.
I’m also used to striking downwards actually hitting the enemy, not me trying to and landing on the enemy and being damaged. I can play difficult games - I platinumed Bloodborne for pity’s sake - but something about Hollow Knight isn’t clicking for me. I really want to like it - it’s got great music and a neat aesthetic and the story elements are intriguing. But dangit, starting with nothing but a base jump and a sword that struggles to hit things is killing my character. Again and again and again....
I've been curious about playing Hollow Knight but something about it puts me off. Also a Soulsborne fan...difficulty doesn't determine how much I may enjoy a game but that isn't the reason why I'm not jumping on it.
Right now I'm playing through Bingo Battle mode for Pikmin 3 Deluxe, replaying Pokemon Sword and thinking of continuing Persona 5 Royal
Aaaa! Darkest Dungeon is so good!!
Pichon on Steam
Just started playing Cave Story... I wish the movement was a little sharper (too much momentum, have to get used to that) but it's pretty good so far.
I just bought Guns of Icarus Online on Steam. I can't wait to play it!
Witcher 3 on Ps4