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BloodPuppetX
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19-Oct(#2)
TalonJedi87 wrote:
> Yeah Mario+Rabbids was a good wholesome time. I still gotta get back on the DLC.
> One of the few Ubi made games I truly enjoyed in the past few years. Hope Ninty let's
> them do a sequel.

Same. I've been considering buying it again to play the DLC.
egg
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19-Oct(#3)
I gave up on that game during world 2. Completely forgot about it. Though there are so many bad Switch games that I thought about giving it another chance. Not likely to happen though. The game lets you see the entire skill tree for each character in your team, so I already know that there really isn't much in terms of skills exciting enough to be worth unlocking, and in terms of variety of skills. Bad menu design makes it hard to tell at a glance what skills you've bought. Also hate that the game hides stuff behind areas that are literally impossible to get to without playing through that entire world a second time.

FFT is better.
Kommie
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19-Oct(#4)
Mario+Rabbids isn't anything like FFT outside of the SRPG aspects. Pretty bad comparison.

If you want to play a FFT clone, try Disgaea.

TalonJedi87
Double Gold Good Trader Has Written 4 Reviews
19-Oct(#5)
Yeah if anything Mario+Rabbids is more like
X-Com.
dustin11
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19-Oct(#6)
It way made in part by the XCom team, so yeah, XCom is definitely a good comparison.
Antipop
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19-Oct(#7)
#egg

PizzaTheHutt
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* 24-Oct(#8)
Super Mario Bros. 35 {Nintendo Switch} 8/10
To be honest I used to think the whole "battle royal" thing was just a fad and it was only a matter of time until people got bored of it and it goes away. But since playing Fall Guys a couple of months ago and now Super Mario Bros. 35, they've opened my eyes and I really see the potential that it can bring.

While I think Fall Guys relied on equal parts skill and equal parts luck, I think this relies more on the player's skill level (not to say luck doesn't play a part at all, because it does) and so I don't know how long I expect casuals to stick around before they get tired of losing.

Like everyone else, I just want to know what Nintendo has planned for this after next March. Typically the battle royal games like Fall Guys and Fortnite break things up into seasons to keep people interested and give them new unlockable skins or whatever. I don't know if Nintendo even thought that far ahead with this.
I did say to a friend it'd be funny if they removed it on March 31 and then re-uploaded it to the eShop on April 1 with all the levels replaced with SMB: The Lost Levels but that was just a joke, I really don't want that to happen because the level design in that game is trash and are some of the least memorable levels out of all the 8-bit Mario titles. But I hope they do something though, because while I had a blast playing this for a couple of weeks, I no longer play it every day anymore and when I do play it's usually just 2 or 3 rounds. I guess I got worn out quicker on this than I did with Fall Guys (which I also don't play as much anymore, but I still have fun when I do play).

I docked a point off the score for this game taking World 1-1 aka one of if not the most famous levels in all of video games, and made me so tired of even looking at it or playing it anymore.
Anxiouz
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29-Oct(#9)
Ghostrunner (X1) - Not sure I can score this yet but I love it...and hate it. It looks and plays great but man it's hard. It controls like Mirror's Edge but everything is super fast and it's all one-hit kills/deaths. It's fairly common to kill an enemy and then die because there's another one shooting at you from somewhere you didn't see. But it immediately restarts from checkpoints so at least it's non-stop action and as you slowly learn the "room" or pattern things progress nicely. If nothing else this is a $30 lesson in learning new expletives.
EB
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29-Oct(#10)
Anxiouz wrote:
> Ghostrunner (X1) - Not sure I can score this yet but I love it...and hate it.
> It looks and plays great but man it's hard. It controls like Mirror's Edge but
> everything is super fast and it's all one-hit kills/deaths. It's fairly common to
> kill an enemy and then die because there's another one shooting at you from somewhere
> you didn't see. But it immediately restarts from checkpoints so at least it's non-stop
> action and as you slowly learn the "room" or pattern things progress nicely. If
> nothing else this is a $30 lesson in learning new expletives.

I'm playing this on PS4 right now. I am enjoying it but yeah, some of the deaths can really be a massive pain.

Slickriven
GameTZ Subscriber Gold Good Trader Has Written 1 Review
* 29-Oct(#11)
Anxiouz wrote:
> If nothing else this is a $30 lesson in learning new expletives.

yes

DrizzDrizzDrizz
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29-Oct(#12)
I'm at about 75% completion of Horizon Zero Dawn , not that deep in main quests yet, did everything else except hunter trial crap (some are tough) , and haven't touched frozen wilds yet. Getting good mileage from it but I need a linear game after this, after Skyrim, Far Cry 3, and this now. Have mild openworld task checklist burnout
PizzaTheHutt
GameTZ Subscriber Gold Good Trader Has Written 3 Reviews
31-Oct(#13)
Corridor Z {Nintendo Switch} 4/10
I think I paid a penny for this in the eShop and that's about all it was worth. The gist of it is you're being chased by a pack of zombies through corridors and as you're running you have to press left or right as you pass certain obstacles on the walls to knock them over and slow down the zombies, or occasionally press down to pick up a gun so you can shoot them, essentially making this feel like a game of nothing but QTEs. @Kommie would would love it.

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Caretaker {Nintendo Switch} 3/10
Well, there were no major bugs and the game didn't crash on me at all. Those are things you used to expect out of games when you bought them, but these days you never know. And I only mention that because I'm at a loss for positive things I can say about this game, so the fact that it didn't crash and make me restart from a previous checkpoint is a good thing, because the less I had to play of this, the better (it takes less than 2 hours to beat anyway). This is just a walking sim (or a running sim when you're being chased by the evil caretaker) disguised as a horror title.

You're playing as an investigator trying to find clues behind this caretaker that went psycho and killed his co-workers and then himself. And your character walks so damn slow, thankfully there is a run button but then you move too fast.There's no combat or anything, or puzzles to solve, you're just walking around collecting keys so you can get into new areas. You find papers along the way but I don't know what they're for because they're unreadable. Eventually you get to the evil spirit of the caretaker and your only option is to run away because you have nothing to defend yourself with and if he catches you, you will be unable to move as he starts beating the crap out of you until you die. There are very few jump scares, the game doesn't rely on that at all, instead it goes for more of a creepy ambiance which is about the only thing the game does right. It also runs like crap on Switch which I discovered after beating the game and then watching a YouTube video to see if I missed anything and she was playing the PS4 version and not only did it look better (to be expected) but it just played smoother (if I had to guess this is usually running at sub-20fps on Switch).

Anyway, at no point throughout the game were any questions about this murder mystery ever answered, so you playing as an "investgative journalist" means nothing because they couldn't be bothered to come up with an actual story to uncover. Pure laziness.
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The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope {PlayStation 4} 8/10
This is the second entry of this series, with six more still to come. And my friend and I will be there on day one for each one of them. These games might not be telling the best story in the genre, but they're a blast to play in co-op (and correct me if I'm wrong but they're the only co-op story-driven games out there).

The graphics are so damn good and at times look like an actual movie, and I don't mean a really good cgi looking movie, but I mean they look like legit humans at times. Maybe I'm just not the graphics snob I once thought I was, but seeing how good this looks makes me feel better about not being hyped for the next-gen consoles despite them being right around the corner. Current gen still looks good to me.
Despite them only charging $30 for these games, they can't be cheap to make. Not only does the game look really good but the voice acting is good as well and the dialogue is well written and there were no real cringe moments. The controls are fine and I had no issue with the QTEs, in fact I failed a couple of them but it didn't mean automatic death for doing so, I still managed to live both times.

Overall this was one of my favorite co-op titles of the year.
PizzaTheHutt
GameTZ Subscriber Gold Good Trader Has Written 3 Reviews
7-Nov(#14)
WWE 2K Battlegrounds {Nintendo Switch} 5/10
Yowie wowie, this game is 10 pounds of monkey crap in a 5 pound bag. It is full of microtransactions too, but you probably could have guessed that already since it's by 2K. Thankfully everything can still be unlocked normally if you feel like investing the time, but that depends on how quick you'll get bored of the gameplay. It's way too button-mashing friendly for my tastes, and other than the character model, the characters themselves feel the same and share a lot of the same limited moveset (not even in his prime could Jake "The Snake" Roberts even dream of doing a hurricanrana, but he does it an awful lot in this game). Speaking of old man Jake, he was clearly only put in this game because of one part in the story mode where it just made sense to have him, but in reality he currently works for WWE's competitor, AEW.

The story mode is...just not good, at least the hour or two I've put into it (not even close to finishing it). Judging by the writing I'd say it was written for 7 year olds or maybe even by 7 year olds. Basically, Paul Heyman pitches this "Battlegrounds" gimmick to Vince McMahon to get Vince's approval and money to fund it. Paul then goes on to contact "Stone Cold" Steve Austin to travel to places like New York, Florida, Mexico etc. and help him discover new talent to beat down the current crop of WWE Superstars. The story is presented in comic strip style, there's no voice-overs or anything in the game at all besides the ring announcer and the commentators during the match. And the commentators are just as repetitive as the gameplay itself, and what they say often lags behind the action that is happening in the ring (I've had instances where I applied a submission hold on my opponent and Mauro only mentions it after the opponent had already gotten back to his feet). The online multiplayer does support cross-play between Switch, Stadia, Steam and Xbox One (sorry PS4 owners), but I've not even bothered trying to play the game online to know how active it is.
TalonJedi87
Double Gold Good Trader Has Written 4 Reviews
7-Nov(#15)
Amnesia: The Dark Descent. 8/10
This game is all kinds of eerie and I love it. Reminds me of Outlast, but with a lot more clever puzzles.
Slickriven
GameTZ Subscriber Gold Good Trader Has Written 1 Review
9-Nov(#16)
Darksiders 3 - Microsoft Xbox One 7.5/10
Pushing through this one to beat it before it leaves GP on the 15th. I had tried it and played only maybe once a few months back after it was added to the service. It didn't hook me but I'm really digging it now. Sure there are some issues but I don't know quite why it got so much hate.
Pros: It looks pretty good IMO. Good use of colors, I do like the (so far) 3 different 'Hollow' skills and how they alter Fury's look and skills. I also rather enjoy the different areas, sure the subway area are a little meh, but without having the expansive regions/map of DS2 I still found the different areas interesting and appreciated the use of colors to highlight different places.
So far I've taken down 5 of the 7 sins, but there have been and I suspect more than just 2 main foes left. I've enjoyed the puzzles and most of the story elements, it was interesting to see Lust not portrayed as overly sexy and keyed on the Lust for many things, not just sexuality. As a fan of the DS series and someone who enjoyed the Dante's Inferno game, I like how DS3 seems to stand on it's own and didn't copy a prior title. Also dig the character designs like the Lord of Hollows and several others. The Depths area was really cool in how you could change a skill and be able to walk under water, found that area and approach pretty fresh and cool.

Cons: The game isn't optimized very well, and the pauses where it loads up a new section, while you're moving about was jarring at first, made me think it was busted a few times and breaks the immersion. I didn't notice too much pop-in or other technical issues though. It crashed on me once and one time booted up with a blank screen, but a restart of the game fixed that. Why did they get rid of the map? I like how the map largely loops back on itself so you can open up shortcuts and are prevented from accessing certain areas until you get the right equipment - similar to a Metroidvania, but a missing map was a mistake.
I found it challenging at times. You really need to be good with dodging and not get sucked into trying to attack too much, especially since the camera can feel a touch too close at times, but they do give you incoming hit indicators from off-screen foes, a bit like Batman Arkham series, but if the foe is on screen you don't get those. I died a few too many times for my preference and the loading back in bit wasn't swift. I wasn't a fan of the healing thing, too often when I was a bit frantic and taking too much damage either the button wasn't working or I needed just a moment of pause to trigger the animation and heal, but it didn't and I was waiting another 20+ seconds to load back in.

Based on my score the pros largely outweigh the cons for me. I found the cons more annoying. I did get really frustrated facing a few foes and getting my butt kicked, but I learned to slow down, and counter-attack more, which works well when facing just 1 foe vs. a group. I get the notion that they took some cues from Dark Souls where being more patient and strategic with one's fighting style is key. I don't recall that from DS1/2 and was more aggressive and seemingly had more forgiveness when taking damage. Granted maybe that fits since Fury's character isn't the hulking brute that War was. Anyhow looking forward to finishing it, might have to see what the cost is before it leaves GP and just purchase it... then I'm looking forward to diving into DS Genesis and seeing how that feels.

DrizzDrizzDrizz
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9-Nov(#17)
Beat Horizon Zero Dawn (almost 100% , platinum trophy was pretty easy to get)
Now doing Frozen wilds DLC
Fantastic game, heard a sequel coming next year? Pumped for that
DCGX
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13-Nov(#18)
Spider-Man: Miles Morales - Fudge! Yeah! / 10 Sony PlayStation 4 Pro

I'm not far in, obviously, but it was like riding a bike. Miles and Peter are definitely similar, but Miles's powers help differentiate between them. Miles is also more lanky than Peter, and that shows in his character model, reach and even the way he web swings. I'm digging the story so far and the music is great! And again, all the suits!

This would've been the sole reason I bought a PS5 and launch, but once they announced this for PS4, I decided to hold off until the PS5 gets its inevitable redesign. And while it's definitely not as ray-traced as the PS5 version, the PS4 Pro version holds its own very well. I can't wait to play more when I get home this evening.

PizzaTheHutt
GameTZ Subscriber Gold Good Trader Has Written 3 Reviews
* 14-Nov(#19)
All-Star Fruit Racing {Nintendo Switch} 6/10
I'm such a sucker for kart racers that at times I'll even resort to playing no-name stuff like this. I originally was boycotting this game because they released it on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Switch and decided to include online multiplayer in all versions except for Switch (their excuse was they didn't think Nintendo gamers played online rolls eyes). They eventually did patch in online support to the Switch version but as expected there is nobody playing it (I'm sure in 2020 the same can be said of the game on the other consoles too though), I just didn't like that they launched the game with a missing feature only on one console and then use as lame of an excuse as they did for the reason why. Kart racers just feel more at home on Nintendo systems and so that's where I choose to play them.

Anyway, I happened to see it on sale for $1 or less in the eShop (originally it launched at $40) so I thought I'll bite since I'm pretty bored of Mario Kart 8 at this point. It's far from the worst kart racer I've played, I'll give it that much. The item mechanic is certainly different, so kudos to the developers for trying something new. Some of the track design is pretty well done too, I just wish I was racing on them in a better game.

My main complaints with the game: The game runs on Unreal Engine 4 and I expected the graphics to be bright and colorful, but that isn't really the case. They're actually kinda dull. As you are racing it looks like the game is drawing in shadows of the environment a mere 5 feet in front of you at all times. I don't know what resolution the game runs at (I suspect sub-720p) but the frame-rate sometimes struggles to stay at 30 (and I've only played it single player, it might be worse in split-screen local multiplayer), so whatever sacrifices they made to get this game running on Switch were not enough. As I've found with a few too many indie games in the eShop, just because Switch can technically run UE4 doesn't mean it can run it well without some scaling down. For example take Yoshi's Crafted World, it runs on UE4 and even with all of the voodoo Nintendo uses to get their games to look and run so well, it is usually running between 576p-675p docked (or 396p in handheld) just to be able to run at 60fps.

The music and sound effects are a bit on the annoying side imo, as are the loading times which can be damn near a minute long at times. A minute might not sound long, but it is when you're just sitting there looking at a static image on the screen. The game handles well, but I have one minor complaint and it's that the button assigned to using items is pressing in the right analog stick (like the R3 button on DualShock) because all of the face buttons have other uses. And I won't say this is necessarily a bad thing, but the playable roster are all girls and as a child (probably who they were targeting when making this) I probably wouldn't have played this game for that reason alone.

Kommie
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14-Nov(#20)
I almost want to play Call of Duty 2021 just to play as a non binary character to piss off fragile dudes, then I remember I'd rather watch paint dry than play any Call of Duty.


loztdogs
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14-Nov(#21)
Paint dry 2 is better fwiw

Kommie
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14-Nov(#22)
Heroin Hero FTW

Kommie
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14-Nov(#23)
Boy is the map useless in Control

Heavyd814life
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15-Nov(#24)
Yeah, the map is one of many issues Control has. Gunplay is on point, tho.

kevolones
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* 15-Nov(#25)
Kommie wrote:
> Boy is the map useless in Control
>
>

It is absolutely crap. Which reminds me....

I beat Bloodstained last week. Map sucks, no indication where to go next, or what to do u less the NPCs want to randomly give you a hint. I actually had to google where to go next because I dont play games on one sitting and I can forget what an npc told me 2 weeks ago. That aside, it runs pretty well, the game looks very nice and sounds good as well. Gameplay is very solid with lots of options...although I didnt really change shards much. Didnt feel the need to when my bats were O.P for most of the game. Boss fights are cool but not very challenging (except for Dracula wannabe guy). It is a very lenghty game for a metroidvania, which is awesome. M.C. sucks.

Score; 8/10
Kommie
GameTZ Subscriber Quadruple Gold Good Trader
15-Nov(#26)
kevolones wrote:
> Kommie wrote:
>> Boy is the map useless in Control
>>
>>
>
> It is absolutely crap. Which reminds me....
>
> I beat Bloodstained last week. Map sucks, no indication where to go next, or
> what to do u less the NPCs want to randomly give you a hint. I actually had to google
> where to go next because I dont play games on one sitting and I can forget what an
> npc told me 2 weeks ago. That aside, it runs pretty well, the game looks very nice
> and sounds good as well. Gameplay is very solid with lots of options...although I
> didnt really change shards much. Didnt feel the need to when my bats were O.P for
> most of the game. Boss fights are cool but not very challenging (except for Dracula
> wannabe guy). It is a very lenghty game for a metroidvania, which is awesome. M.C.
> sucks.
>
> Score; 8/10

I gave up on that one pretty quick. There are better Metroidvania's out there compared to this cookie cutter one

Slickriven
GameTZ Subscriber Gold Good Trader Has Written 1 Review
15-Nov(#27)
Agree with Kommie that Bloodstained didn't really hook me. I might try it again but have plenty of other titles I'd rather play first.

Kommie
GameTZ Subscriber Quadruple Gold Good Trader
15-Nov(#28)
Heavyd814life wrote:
> Yeah, the map is one of many issues Control has. Gunplay is on point, tho.
>
>

I had a side quest for the Shield, tried to find, gave up cause the map sucked. Went back and figured it out

Snappy
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* 15-Nov(#29)
I've been playing Looping on the Colecovision. I challenge anyone to beat my high score. It won't be too terribly hard - 92,230

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Great game, I'd rate it 4.7/5 llamas.
kevolones
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15-Nov(#30)
Kommie wrote:
> kevolones wrote:
>> Kommie wrote:
> |>> Boy is the map useless in Control
> |>>
> |>>
>>
>> It is absolutely crap. Which reminds me....
>>
>> I beat Bloodstained last week. Map sucks, no indication where to go next,
> or
>> what to do u less the NPCs want to randomly give you a hint. I actually had to
> google
>> where to go next because I dont play games on one sitting and I can forget what
> an
>> npc told me 2 weeks ago. That aside, it runs pretty well, the game looks very
> nice
>> and sounds good as well. Gameplay is very solid with lots of options...although
> I
>> didnt really change shards much. Didnt feel the need to when my bats were O.P
> for
>> most of the game. Boss fights are cool but not very challenging (except for Dracula
>> wannabe guy). It is a very lenghty game for a metroidvania, which is awesome.
> M.C.
>> sucks.
>>
>> Score; 8/10
>
> I gave up on that one pretty quick. There are better Metroidvania's out there compared
> to this cookie cutter one
>
>

Agreed.
DarkFact
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15-Nov(#31)
Genshin Impact - Gacha/10

I pity the fools playing on a controller.
Nick
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16-Nov(#32)
Assassins Creed Valhalla - 9/10

I literally did nothing this weekend except play this and a few rounds of Rocket League. We were shut in cause of a bit of a family Covid scare so we were quarantining until results on the test came back (negative, found out today)

This game is like a more fun version of RDR2 to me. I know that will stir the pot a bit but I'm one of the few that didn't get extremely hooked by RDR2, and I gave it plenty of time pretty sure well into Ch. 2. I enjoyed it just didn't think it was like the greatest thing ever.

Valhalla however, has just as pretty of environments and a lot of the same stuff as far as little world event missions around the map and hunting, it's just all a lot more streamlined I guess. It literally has almost nothing to do with being an Assassin unless you're really determined to play it that way but it does have a pretty solid story so far and some pretty likable characters. Most of the world event sidequests (if you can call them that) can be completed in 5 minutes or less and don't take you way off track of whatever your main quest is. I guess maybe my older age and lack of having as much time to devote to a big game like this appreciates this rather then thinks of it as a negative. Back in the day I probably loved having multiple sprawling quests going at once that I couldn't keep track of it but now I'd rather just be in and out. When you hunt in Valhalla you just loot the corpse and call it good, don't have to carry the pelt and hope it stays in good condition while you ride to the nearest town. Again, could be viewed as either a negative or positive depending on what you want to get out of a game.

Also, it's Ubisoft which I know is a pretty trash company, but I haven't really run into any super glaring glitches or anything more then any other big open world game has. Some janky dialogue and character animations every so often, but really a top notch game graphically for the most part (playing on a PS4 Pro).

Lastly, I haven't played any AC games since Assassins Creed 2, so I'm really no expert in the series as a whole. I guess Origins and Odyssey is where is started to go more open world RPG style, I have no idea how this one compares to either of those. I don't really care much about the modern day side of the story, I just wanted to play a badass Viking game, and this one one certainly suffices in that department. Settlement building, raiding monasterys, drinking minigames, it's all cool Viking stuff. Also, the dice minigame Orlog is quite simple but really fun.
Anxiouz
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16-Nov(#33)
Nick wrote:
> Assassins Creed Valhalla - 9/10
>
> Lastly, I haven't played any AC games since Assassins Creed 2, so I'm really no expert
> in the series as a whole. I guess Origins and Odyssey is where is started to go more
> open world RPG style, I have no idea how this one compares to either of those.

Yeah, I was gonna ask about how it compared with Origins/Odyssey since those feel quite refreshing at first, even after playing every game in the series. My issue with both is how much of a grind it is to level up to proceed into new areas once you reach like level 10. It all works fine and is enjoyable but when you realize that you've sunk 20 hours and have another 30 hours of basically the same grind....it's easy to lose interest. I hate how as you level up, everything around you levels up the same. So it's always the same and you can't go backwards and dominate.

Would love to hear from anyone that has played Origins/Odyssey and can compare them to Valhalla.
tonymack21
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* 17-Nov(#34)
one of my work friends whos played all the ass creed games said valhalla is pretty solid, he said its better than the last 3, he found syndicate bland (i liked it ok) and he said its better than odyssey and origins. (he said he couldnt finish odyssey the accents wore on him too much, i was like turn the voices off?)

yet another series ive got to get caught up on myself, i need to play origins next but ive been so busy lately ive barely played any game in like 3 months now

Nick
Gold Good Trader Has Written 3 Reviews
17-Nov(#35)
Anxiouz wrote:
> Nick wrote:
>> Assassins Creed Valhalla - 9/10
>>
>> Lastly, I haven't played any AC games since Assassins Creed 2, so I'm really no
> expert
>> in the series as a whole. I guess Origins and Odyssey is where is started to go
> more
>> open world RPG style, I have no idea how this one compares to either of those.
>
>
> Yeah, I was gonna ask about how it compared with Origins/Odyssey since those feel
> quite refreshing at first, even after playing every game in the series. My issue
> with both is how much of a grind it is to level up to proceed into new areas once
> you reach like level 10. It all works fine and is enjoyable but when you realize
> that you've sunk 20 hours and have another 30 hours of basically the same grind....it's
> easy to lose interest. I hate how as you level up, everything around you levels
> up the same. So it's always the same and you can't go backwards and dominate.
>
> Would love to hear from anyone that has played Origins/Odyssey and can compare them
> to Valhalla.

Just to touch on this, in Valhalla at least, everything does not scale with you. I think I'm level 60ish and still in the first area of England because I do so much of the side activities I'm definitely "overleveled" technically. All of the regular mob enemies I'm currently fighting on raids and even main story missions have a green indicator next to them indicating that they're much weaker then I am. I can basically go into any enemy camp or fort by myself and just plain tank my way through it. There are still special enemies scattered across the map that are sidequest related and such that pose a big challenge, the Zealots in particular are like Crusader guys that patrol the land for the Order of the Ancients, I think the first one I've encountered is still recommended level 90 for me to take on, and I tried fighting him when I had a bunch of NPCs following with me hoping they're keep him distracted, he still kicked my ass.

The combat is another thing that for me feels much different then what I remember from AC. It's almost a little Soulsborne-ish with the parry and dodge system. One recent story related boss fight I had in particular took me 3 or 4 tries and very much reminded me of learning the patterns of a Souls boss and timing my parry's and attacks.
sinnie
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17-Nov(#36)
I could never get into AC before Odyssey. I absolutely loved Odyssey and then went onto play Origins (great but Odyssey is still better.) I'm looking forward to playing Valhalla at some point as I'm hoping for more Odyssey but polished and perfected even more.

Anxiouz
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17-Nov(#37)
Fast & Furious: Crossroads (PS4) - 3/10 - There are many times when this feels like it's a great idea, or has a level concept that starts out great....but the execution in this game (across the board) is a complete miss/mess. The biggest grievance is that the faster you go, the more the entire screen shakes (car, HUD, road, EVERYTHING) and it basically makes it impossible to see. Add in the most egregious rubber band AI, 100% linear stages (which I wouldn't mind if it all played out better) and it's just a meh that feels like it's about 10 years late to the party.

Star Wars: Squadrons (PS4 slim with PSVR) - 7/10 - Started this up tonight and was really surprised by how disorientating it made me. I've been pretty good with most VR games but the barrel rolls in this are getting to me. It's been fun but only a couple missions in and I'm finding it hard to get my bearings in VR to track enemies. Gonna spend more time with it because I do like it but it's not as satisfying as something like Wipeout Omega which is immediately wonderful.
Slickriven
GameTZ Subscriber Gold Good Trader Has Written 1 Review
17-Nov(#38)
Anxiouz wrote:
> Fast & Furious: Crossroads (PS4) ... Add in the most egregious rubber band AI

Curious have you played Hotshot Racing? That game feels like its biggest gimmick is rubber banding. I like just about everything about the game and you can generally win races on normal and hard w/o too much fuss, but on expert with the rubber banding its just nuts, hurts the game, so BS.

kevolones
250 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader
18-Nov(#39)
I recently beat Dragons Dogma on PS4. Very very late, I know. Specially when I bought both the original and Dark Arisen on PS3 very early on. Anyway, very cool game, fantastic gameplay and I love that the open world isnt huge but they were still able to get a big game in there. I still have Bitterblack Isle to tackle, but Im a little bummed out since I best the game and got past a point of no return. So basically cant go back to beat some of the end game stuff I had left to do without starting over NG or restoring my PS+ save which is like 10 days old.

9/10
DCGX
GameTZ Subscriber 400 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Gold Global Trader (11) Has Written 56 Reviews
18-Nov(#40)
Anxiouz wrote:
> Star Wars: Squadrons (PS4 slim with PSVR) - 7/10 - Started this up tonight and
> was really surprised by how disorientating it made me. I've been pretty good with
> most VR games but the barrel rolls in this are getting to me. It's been fun but
> only a couple missions in and I'm finding it hard to get my bearings in VR to track
> enemies. Gonna spend more time with it because I do like it but it's not as satisfying
> as something like Wipeout Omega which is immediately wonderful.

The first A-Wing mission really got to me for some reason. Try messing with the control options. I had to do that (I think I went with the third scheme), and once I found the control setup I was comfortable with, controlling the ship felt much better.

Anxiouz
900 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader
18-Nov(#41)
Slickriven wrote:
> Anxiouz wrote:
>> Fast & Furious: Crossroads (PS4) ... Add in the most egregious rubber band
> AI
>
> Curious have you played Hotshot Racing? That game feels like its biggest gimmick
> is rubber banding. I like just about everything about the game and you can generally
> win races on normal and hard w/o too much fuss, but on expert with the rubber banding
> its just nuts, hurts the game, so BS.

Yes I have. In Hotshots I've found it's best to use boost as little as feasible to stay towards the front of the pack, but not all the time. Then save it up to use it all on the final straights of a race to pull away. Similar to Need for Speed stuff, the more boost you use the more your opponents do. But I agree, it's a frustrating game.

In F&F you can boost and as soon as it's done your opponents can fly by you at twice the speed you were going while boosting. So they apparently kept up, and then doubled their speed? It's comical.
Slickriven
GameTZ Subscriber Gold Good Trader Has Written 1 Review
18-Nov(#42)
Yeah I've employed generally the same technique in Hotshots and found that works as stated on the 2 lower difficulties. But on the higher, other cars will bash into you more and that would put me to the back in a hurry. It is a joke that you can boost and they can draft you to keep up and build their boost bar at the same time.

Pretty garbage game design.

DCGX
GameTZ Subscriber 400 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Gold Global Trader (11) Has Written 56 Reviews
19-Nov(#43)
Yakuza: Like a Dragon Sony PlayStation 4 Pro - 8.5/10

I'm about 2.5 hours in, and so far this is a really good movie.

Gypsy
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19-Nov(#44)
Dark Souls Remastered 10/10

Doing a Magic run, Archives were frisky.

@DCGX looking forward to playing that eventually. Heard it makes some fun jokes with jrpg tropes.
Kommie
GameTZ Subscriber Quadruple Gold Good Trader
19-Nov(#45)
Gypsy wrote:
> Dark Souls Remastered 10/10
>
> Doing a Magic run, Archives were frisky.
>
> @DCGX looking forward to playing that eventually. Heard it makes some fun jokes with
> jrpg tropes.

What system you playing this on? Got it recently for Switch

Gypsy
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19-Nov(#46)
PS4, runs a lot better than ds3 that's for sure. I need another ps4 tbh but waiting for the prices to plummet.
Kommie
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19-Nov(#47)
I have an original Desnity PS4, won't upgrade till PS5 has all the issues mostly fixed and you can easily get one.

Gypsy
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19-Nov(#48)
Mine is struggling, I think it might actually die lol.
DCGX
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19-Nov(#49)
Gypsy wrote:
> Dark Souls Remastered 10/10
>
> Doing a Magic run, Archives were frisky.
>
> @DCGX looking forward to playing that eventually. Heard it makes some fun jokes with jrpg tropes.

It does. It has named dropped 'Dragon Quest' in conversation a handful of times.

Kommie
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19-Nov(#50)
Control has a bunch of accessibility options, and I turned them on. So many enemies are sponges, so are immune to having crap thrown at them and re loading after death takes forever. On main game chapter 7 and still have no clue what's going on. Does anything ever get explained, even a little bit?

Slickriven
GameTZ Subscriber Gold Good Trader Has Written 1 Review
* 20-Nov(#51)
Ninja Five-O on Game Boy Advance 7/10
Fun title if not the greatest controls. Short, though I beat it on Easy which stops after 3 stages and I think on Normal or Hard has another one after, so I'll very likely play it on at least normal.

EB
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20-Nov(#52)
Kommie wrote:
> Control has a bunch of accessibility options, and I turned them on. So many enemies
> are sponges, so are immune to having crap thrown at them and re loading after death
> takes forever. On main game chapter 7 and still have no clue what's going on. Does
> anything ever get explained, even a little bit?

Barely. The ending is ridiculously abrupt. I haven't played the DLC but the main game frustrated me in the way it completely failed to tie up.

Kommie
GameTZ Subscriber Quadruple Gold Good Trader
20-Nov(#53)
EB wrote:
> Kommie wrote:
>> Control has a bunch of accessibility options, and I turned them on. So many enemies
>> are sponges, so are immune to having crap thrown at them and re loading after
> death
>> takes forever. On main game chapter 7 and still have no clue what's going on.
> Does
>> anything ever get explained, even a little bit?
>
> Barely. The ending is ridiculously abrupt. I haven't played the DLC but the main
> game frustrated me in the way it completely failed to tie up.
>
>

Ah, well I'm gonna bum rush through the end then. I was pumped for this game, and so far it's pretty disappointing. Good thing I only paid $19.XX or something for it.

kevolones
250 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader
20-Nov(#54)
Kommie wrote:
> Control has a bunch of accessibility options, and I turned them on. So many enemies
> are sponges, so are immune to having crap thrown at them and re loading after death
> takes forever. On main game chapter 7 and still have no clue what's going on. Does
> anything ever get explained, even a little bit?
>
>

Sure! You just have to read the 500 collectible documents laying around the building.
TalonJedi87
Double Gold Good Trader Has Written 4 Reviews
* 20-Nov(#55)
Silent Hill 3 is a weird game. I'm half way thru and hoping it gets better or a coherent story will surface somewhere. So far it's a 6/10 for me. Kinda had a feeling it wouldn't be able to follow the damn near masterpiece SH2 was.
Kommie
GameTZ Subscriber Quadruple Gold Good Trader
20-Nov(#56)
Silent Hill games definitely don't have coherent stories, it's part of their appeal. They're mostly psychological horror dealing with loss, grief or coping mechanisms.

Kommie
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20-Nov(#57)
kevolones wrote:
> Kommie wrote:
>> Control has a bunch of accessibility options, and I turned them on. So many enemies
>> are sponges, so are immune to having crap thrown at them and re loading after
> death
>> takes forever. On main game chapter 7 and still have no clue what's going on.
> Does
>> anything ever get explained, even a little bit?
>>
>>
>
> Sure! You just have to read the 500 collectible documents laying around the building.

I beat it and watched a video explaining what happened... I got what happened in it, they just go about it in this psudeo convoluted manner that just doesn't work well, IMO.

TalonJedi87
Double Gold Good Trader Has Written 4 Reviews
20-Nov(#58)
Kommie wrote:
> Silent Hill games definitely don't have coherent stories, it's part of their appeal.
> They're mostly psychological horror dealing with loss, grief or coping mechanisms.
>
>
>

Yeah SH2 excelled at that. Maybe SH3 will tie it all together towards the end and connect the dots a little more.
Kommie
GameTZ Subscriber Quadruple Gold Good Trader
20-Nov(#59)
Can't remember much about 3 TBH.

TalonJedi87
Double Gold Good Trader Has Written 4 Reviews
20-Nov(#60)
Neither can my friend. He says something about a young girl and a rabbit. Accurate.
JD
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20-Nov(#61)
@TalonJedi87 ni no kuni have that and 100 other games lol but rabbit guy in kuni is annoying quest after quest
EB
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21-Nov(#62)
As many of you may know, I love the Arkham series, and recently I've been replaying Knight after beating Asylum and City a few years ago. I forgot how good this game was. It may overtake City as my favorite. It's a technical and narrative marvel, and it's just so polished and fun.

PizzaTheHutt
GameTZ Subscriber Gold Good Trader Has Written 3 Reviews
21-Nov(#63)
Need For Speed: Payback {PlayStation 4} 6/10
This series is one of the few racers I've played (almost) every release of, including the lesser known GBA and DS entries. While the more serious racing fans might prefer Gran Turismo and Forza, that's fine but I'll take Need For Speed over them any day.

Well, maybe not this one, though. I can't really explain it, but I'm just not feeling this one. I understand that it's probably not easy coming up with compelling stories in racing games, but they've yet to really come up with one that makes me give a crap about any of these characters. I think the stories might've gotten progressively worse since Need For Speed: The Run. I felt that this story started out decent, but then I kinda started to not like the whole switching between 3 characters thing. And I don't know how they did it, but they managed to make some of the dialogue (mainly the character from UK) even worse than the previous game, Need For Speed (2015). I know nothing about this underground street racer lifestyle, but do they really talk like this or is this just how EA thinks they talk? At least there isn't a hundred fist-bumps during every cutscene in this one like there was in the previous game.

Something about the way the cars handle in this game just feels off, particularly with the drifting which I just can't get the hang of as easily as in past games until I had bumped the difficulty down to easy, but then that made the rest of the game too easy. And I don't like how the vehicle upgrades are handled, with these little speed card things. In fact I dislike them enough that if I don't finish the game's story mode, that might be the main reason why. I think overall I could tolerate the story mode way more if it wasn't for the drifting and drag racing events. I don't look forward to playing those at all.

The graphics are one area I can say they did well on. I mean, the graphics aren't jaw-droppingly good, but the frame-rate never dips and you don't see parts of the evironement popping-up out of nowhere. I've gotta admit though, these racing games with the big open worlds to explore, I'm kind of tired of having to smash through billboards. I didn't mind it in Burnout Paradise and even in Need For Speed: Most Wanted (2012), but it's feeling a little played out now and I've already promised myself not to bother going out of my way to look for them in this game (even though they show up on the map if you drive near one). And speaking of the big open world in this game, I feel like you spend too much of it in the desert and not enough in the city area. And my final complaint is the soundtrack has maybe 2 or 3 decent songs and the rest is stuff I don't want to listen to again, which is pretty typical for every NFS game I've played. I don't know who has the final say in what songs make it onto these soundtracks, but they have bad taste in music.

DCGX
GameTZ Subscriber 400 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Gold Global Trader (11) Has Written 56 Reviews
22-Nov(#64)
EB wrote:
> As many of you may know, I love the Arkham series, and recently I've been replaying
> Knight after beating Asylum and City a few years ago. I forgot how good this game
> was. It may overtake City as my favorite. It's a technical and narrative marvel,
> and it's just so polished and fun.

It is really good, and the core story, while something of a retread for comic book readers, is also really good. I just wish there was more to do in the world and that it felt more like a world than a larger 'Arkham City.'

Kind of related, for anyone with PSVR, 'Batman Arkham VR' is currently $10 at Best Buy for the physical copy. I haven't played it, so I ordered it and am excited to go through it however short it may be.

DCGX
GameTZ Subscriber 400 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Gold Global Trader (11) Has Written 56 Reviews
22-Nov(#65)
PizzaTheHutt wrote:
> Need For Speed: Payback {PlayStation 4} 6/10
> Something about the way the cars handle in this game just feels off, particularly
> with the drifting which I just can't get the hang of as easily as in past games until
> I had bumped the difficulty down to easy, but then that made the rest of the game
> too easy. And I don't like how the vehicle upgrades are handled, with these little
> speed card things. In fact I dislike them enough that if I don't finish the game's
> story mode, that might be the main reason why. I think overall I could tolerate the
> story mode way more if it wasn't for the drifting and drag racing events. I don't
> look forward to playing those at all.

I know when it was released there was a lot of loot box shenanigans going on with how you upgrade and use cars. They removed the loot boxes, so maybe they didn't balance the cars enough afterwards. Just speculation.

DrizzDrizzDrizz
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22-Nov(#66)
DCGX wrote:
> EB wrote:
>> As many of you may know, I love the Arkham series, and recently I've been replaying
>> Knight after beating Asylum and City a few years ago. I forgot how good this game
>> was. It may overtake City as my favorite. It's a technical and narrative marvel,
>> and it's just so polished and fun.
>
> It is really good, and the core story, while something of a retread for comic book
> readers, is also really good. I just wish there was more to do in the world and that
> it felt more like a world than a larger 'Arkham City.'
>
> Kind of related, for anyone with PSVR, 'Batman Arkham VR' is currently $10 at Best
> Buy for the physical copy. I haven't played it, so I ordered it and am excited to
> go through it however short it may be.
>
>

I was disapponted by batman vr, maybe i didnt get far enough but it was pretty boring/uneventful tutorial type stuff for too long
EB
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22-Nov(#67)
DCGX wrote:
> EB wrote:
>> As many of you may know, I love the Arkham series, and recently I've been replaying
>> Knight after beating Asylum and City a few years ago. I forgot how good this game
>> was. It may overtake City as my favorite. It's a technical and narrative marvel,
>> and it's just so polished and fun.
>
> It is really good, and the core story, while something of a retread for comic book
> readers, is also really good. I just wish there was more to do in the world and that
> it felt more like a world than a larger 'Arkham City.'

I will admit the world design is a bit disappointing, but the side missions where you're actually tracking down villains are super fun.

Also, I thought by and large it took the story in a new direction. I'm not super experienced with Batman but I have read a good chunk of graphic novels and I thought the story was pretty unique.

Also, good lord, that ending is so memorable.

Kommie
GameTZ Subscriber Quadruple Gold Good Trader
22-Nov(#68)
Went back to playing Blasphemous on Switch after beating Control.. Not sure why I stopped playing this.

Anxiouz
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22-Nov(#69)
DCGX wrote:
> Kind of related, for anyone with PSVR, 'Batman Arkham VR' is currently $10 at Best
> Buy for the physical copy. I haven't played it, so I ordered it and am excited to
> go through it however short it may be.

This doesn't have a lot of replay-ability but I feel it's one of the very best experiences for PSVR. I absolutely loved it.
DCGX
GameTZ Subscriber 400 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Gold Global Trader (11) Has Written 56 Reviews
22-Nov(#70)
Anxiouz wrote:
> DCGX wrote:
>> Kind of related, for anyone with PSVR, 'Batman Arkham VR' is currently $10 at
> Best
>> Buy for the physical copy. I haven't played it, so I ordered it and am excited
> to
>> go through it however short it may be.
>
> This doesn't have a lot of replay-ability but I feel it's one of the very best experiences
> for PSVR. I absolutely loved it.

Yeah. That's why I never bought it digitally.

PizzaTheHutt
GameTZ Subscriber Gold Good Trader Has Written 3 Reviews
29-Nov(#71)
Strange Brigade {PlayStation 4} 7/10
I hadn't even heard of this game until last week when one of my friends texted me and said Best Buy had this game on sale for $6 and she asked if I'd like to play it because it's co-op. I figured at that price why the hell not?

The game feels like what would happen if you took Tomb Raider, maybe cut the budget in half, put more emphasis on puzzle solving than platforming and make it so the player is constantly having to survive against hordes of enemies.
The gameplay can be kind of repetitive. You and your partner(s) are roaming the jungle, searching through caves while looking for treasure and you shoot hordes of enemies along the way. Rinse and repeat. For me personally the game's saving grace is it being a co-op game because I think I'm having more fun with it than I ever would if I were playing solo.

The graphics look nice, I like the scenery. Of course it's not on the level of Uncharted 4 but not all games can look that good. As for the audio, the music fits the game well and there's a bit of humor with the narrator who has a British accent, so that automatically makes him funny, right?
The part that feels "low budget" is the actual gameplay. It doesn't do anything special, it feels like a typical 3rd person horde shooter. A lot of my bullets just straight up miss the enemies I'm shooting, even if I'm only 5 feet away from them. I know my aim isn't that bad.

It does have a co-op pet peeve of mine in that gold, health potions and other items (some of which can be used to upgrade weapons) aren't shared between the whole party, it only goes to whoever picks it up first. Since it's only my friend and I playing we try to split things evenly, but if we were playing with 4 players or with someone that's the type of player who hogs everything for themselves, splitting the rewards becomes harder to do. Also there is no health indicator above your partner for you to know how close to dying they are.

We haven't finished the game yet (we left off at level 7 out of 9) but for $6 I feel we more than got our money's worth out of this, but had I paid the default MSRP of $50 that might be a different story. Once we finish the campaign I might look into buying some of the DLC, which is something I don't often do.
Kommie
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30-Nov(#72)
Just started to re play Dark Souls Remastered - gonna try and run a Pyromancy build. Any tips? Any missable spells? Haven't played this one since the original release.

Archer
GameTZ Subscriber 500 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Has Written 1 Review
30-Nov(#73)
I recently started DSR as well. Got about 12 hours in and realized what a bad game it actually is and stopped. It really needed the remake treatment like Demon's Souls. DSR is rough, does not hold up well. It has actually always been my least liked of all of them though. But after the initial nostalgia wore off I couldn't continue playing it.
Kommie
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30-Nov(#74)
DS1 is probably my favorite since it was my first Souls game. Didn't play Demon till a couple years after. Not sure if I'll stop like you though.

Antipop
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30-Nov(#75)
Archer wrote:
> I recently started DSR as well. Got about 12 hours in and realized what a bad game
> it actually is and stopped. It really needed the remake treatment like Demon's Souls.
> DSR is rough, does not hold up well. It has actually always been my least liked of
> all of them though. But after the initial nostalgia wore off I couldn't continue
> playing it.

@Gypsy

Gypsy
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30-Nov(#76)
Antipop wrote:
> Archer wrote:
>> I recently started DSR as well. Got about 12 hours in and realized what a bad
> game
>> it actually is and stopped. It really needed the remake treatment like Demon's
> Souls.
>> DSR is rough, does not hold up well. It has actually always been my least liked
> of
>> all of them though. But after the initial nostalgia wore off I couldn't continue
>> playing it.
>
> @Gypsy
>
>

I mean, people can have opinions about games. I'm playing it again, the third time this year alone. It's an amazing game, but it's not for everyone and I'm not going to argue with someone about it.
Anxiouz
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30-Nov(#77)
I, for one, don't understand the appeal of the DS games. Tried a few but just didn't want to keep playing. I get how folks could enjoy them and the challenge but they are 100% not my type of game.
Kommie
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30-Nov(#78)
Anxiouz wrote:
> I, for one, don't understand the appeal of the DS games. Tried a few but just didn't
> want to keep playing.
> are 100% not my type of game.

I feel the same about Call of Duty

JD
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30-Nov(#79)
Kommie wrote:
> Anxiouz wrote:
>> Call of Doody
>
>
Anxiouz
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30-Nov(#80)
Changing what someone actually wrote doesn't make it funny

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