- Jul 12, 2018
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My friends and I rented a server for Conan Exiles. About once a week a group gets together and we go whomping things and exploring.
A close friend of mine rented a server for Conan Exiles, we had a lot of fun playing almost every night for a good while. The wife really enjoyed it too.My friends and I rented a server for Conan Exiles. About once a week a group gets together and we go whomping things and exploring.
I adored FFT back in the day. I used to regard it as one of the best TRPGs of all time. I played the heck out of it. I even wore out a disc I played it so much.FF Tactics was a great game. My only complaint is that it was too short.
I had to check what forum I was on for a second (I work for the company that published Nurse Love Addiction in English). There is also another game in that series called Nurse Love Syndrome.My wife finished Darkstalkers: Resurrection and Lapis Labyrinth and started playing Bloodstained which looks cool.
She's into the niche genre of visual novels as well and on her PS Vita she's playing something called Nurse Love Addiction. It's pretty hilarious so far.
I bought that for the Xbox recently because I wanted a mech piloting game. Instead the beginning is some kind of Call of Duty wall running sniping game. When does the mech part kick in?!?Titanfall 2 is still a lot of fun.
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True story. My Legion titan kept telling me to eject because we were outnumbered and hull integrity had been compromised. He sounded so sincere, so I ejected and kept fighting via the rooftops with my rocket launcher. I fell down off an awning and landed between two smaller robots and I thought I was dead, but my legion (who I thought had blown up) came ripping through, on fire, and saved me. I love you, too, Legion.
I never played the single player "story mode," I went right into multiplayer. They have two basic multiplayer modes, PVP (which is chaotic) and Defense (where up to 4 players fight waves of bots). I think in all three modes you start out as pilot. In Defense, the first round you're out of the titan and then the next four you are in it. But you can set it to do things with you running around.I bought that for the Xbox recently because I wanted a mech piloting game. Instead the beginning is some kind of Call of Duty wall running sniping game. When does the mech part kick in?!?
Oh nice to hear that.... not.I have seen it being played. By my wife, obviously. It looked cool. She says she liked it a lot but she never finished it. She's a major SMT and Persona fan.
Heard good things about those. Do they run on PS2 emulator too? And would suggest playing both or is 2 clearly better to the point one should skip 1 entirely?Honestly I prefer the Digital Devil Saga games over Nocturne. They are wild LSD trips of stories though.
Gonna play Detroit soon since it is on PS Plus. Every game by Quantic Dream is a mix of the good and the amazingly bad. At this point it is part of the charm. For me the best parts of the games is when I can play a kid messing with their toys or Ellen Page showering and putting on a dress. Those weird everyday scenes are somehow more engaging than the ‘action scenes.’Finishing Detroit Become Human again, with a friend this time. Amazing how this game manages to be so brilliant and so shitty at the same time. It's branching decision-tree structure is a marvel, it's themes are nice and the atmosphere amazing. Yet the actual story goes downhill midway and never recovers, hurting the whole experience.
The first sign of this to me is Markus finding the resistence hideout, which scenes are full of cheap jumpscares and cliche. Then, when Kara finds the Monsters House it goes full corny territory and make me lose the capability to take it seriously.
Oh nice to hear that.... not.
Having found Nocturne only last year, I'm amazed at how great it's atmosphere and visuals are. It even has some of that Dark Souls eerie minimalism that enriches its atmosphere. And its combat is the best in the series for me. I've finished Persona 5 and played 3 and 4 (3 is my favorite), and I think they went overboard with the visual novel aspect, too much reading on the screen. But they're all great games regardless.
2 is a direct sequel to 1 (same characters and everything), To understand the story at all, you really need to play 1.Heard good things about those. Do they run on PS2 emulator too? And would suggest playing both or is 2 clearly better to the point one should skip 1 entirely?
Mechanics-wise I meant. Some series are notorious for giving a leap in quality between entries. Witcher, for eg. - I only recommend folks Witcher 3, as I find the continuity in story or lore is not worth the pain of enduring 1 and 2.2 is a direct sequel to 1 (same characters and everything), To understand the story at all, you really need to play 1.
DQB1 was a lot of fun to me, but 2 is improved in pretty much every way. No more weapon degradation, weapon and hammer use different buttons and don't have to be switched between. Villagers are actually useful and do stuff (you can even drop a blueprint in your main island and put a chest with the materials nearby and they'll build it themselves), Town level system is no longer based on just what you build but on keeping the villagers happy (place to sleep/eat/stuff to do/etc.). Way more villagers per town (I have like 30 something in my home isle at the moment, plus 7 chickens and 8 dogs, and no where near maxing out). The chapters are now integrated into the home isle bit, rather than being a separate game mode, so it doesn't reset after every place you visit. You gain experience which causes you to gain levels (raises your hp, and you learn more weapon/armor recipes as you level). You have a travelling partner, and can bring more people along with you. Farming was made way more interesting and villagers can do it for you if you set up everything for it. Instead of separate parts for corners and such for things like roof tiles or cart track pieces they autoadjust to nearby pieces.My wife finished Bloodstained. She started playing Wizard of Legend and Dragon Quest Builders 1. As a videogame spectator I'm not entirely sold on Dragon Quest Builders 1 but Wizard of Legend looks cool.
Oh, she's also still playing Nurse Love Addiction. She read somewhere that this game turns really dark at a certain point...
Mechanics wise they are near identical. If there are changes I don't remember them. They both use the press turn battle system from Nocturne, the character growth stuff is just different as you are customizing a party rather than catching demons. Pretty sure they run on emulators fine.Mechanics-wise I meant. Some series are notorious for giving a leap in quality between entries. Witcher, for eg. - I only recommend folks Witcher 3, as I find the continuity in story or lore is not worth the pain of enduring 1 and 2.