Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by Henry, Aug 23, 2018.
Dead cells is a modern classic
I know I keep mentioning it but fucking hell is Greedfall a beautiful game.
Dead cells is on gamepass now maybe I’ll try it
I remember in Dragon Age: Inquisition spending hours on the Hinterlands because I thought that was the map. I ended up completing most of the quests before moving on and expanding. I know it's obvious in Greedfall that you HAVE to get to this island but I'm 3 hours in and still in the tutorial area. Each quest has different outcomes dependant on how you wish to approach (stealth, bribe, threaten) and each character is intriguing for now.
Dead Cells has the best feeling combat of any game I’ve ever played, it is so fucking satisfying to dive bomb into a room and clear like five enemies
I weirdly felt like a racing game so I’m playing Horizon 4 through Game Pass and it’s blowing my mind
I’ve officially hit a brick wall on Creature in the Well. Damn
FYI people who want to play the Celeste DLC (which is incredibly good): There's a checkpoint at a certain point in the chapter that you need 15 Crystal Hearts to pass. It's a good idea to beat the B-Sides before you jump in if you don't want to have to leave to get hearts and come back.
Tyranny is so fun. It was on humble bundle for like 4 bucks which is a massive steal.
playing on hard mode, but it’s been easier than Pillars so far
Why are we talking about games when the Area 51 raid is in 9 days
because I guess most people agree that raid won't happen
You know some bellend has to turn up though right...it’s THEM I’m waiting on news for
yeah that will be fun I guess
It's the same day that Links awakening is out and I know which of those things is more interesting to me
The original Area 51 game on ps2 >>>>>> any Zelda game
Lol that’s funny because when the game came out all the publications had articles about how you should leave the Hinterlands. There are so many quests/activities in it, but to get better equipment/level up/story progression the other areas have more to offer.
Also Dead Cells is fuego
If someone were interested in making a huge mistake be getting into Destiny 2, what would be the game plan at this point? Is it going F2P? Does that include the new stuff? Basically, it was point in the near future should one start and what does one have to buy and what not?
I didn't really read up on Inquisition because I thought the articles would slate it but I'm a bit of a completionist and usually like every area completed before I move onto the next. Probably why it takes me so long to finish games
Inquisition is so good
As is Greedfall. I don't work for Spiders, I swear.
Spiders is an incredible company name
I will definitely play Greedfall at some point but I can't squeeze it in this year
After finishing Days Gone and Nier: Automata, with Shadow of the Colossus thrown in, I can feel myself slowly deteriorate with some games. I'm hoping that either FIFA or Death Stranding pick me right back up but GF is doing its best for the moment.