thx.. ur title is more informative
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Posted by agentghost on 29 November 2018 - 05:45 AM
Posted by agentghost on 04 August 2018 - 07:57 AM
I haven't bought a Monthly in ages and have yet to really regret it. The only unlock I might have been half interested in was The Surge and I already own it. The only thing from next month I'd have any interest in is SE4 and I own it. I guess I could just stop buying stuff I'm interested in and wait a year for them to be bundled but SE4 I played a long while ago so it's not as though it's been backlogged all this time.
I, too, have "syntax errored" a few AAA games.. yet ragret nuthing
Posted by agentghost on 07 July 2018 - 09:13 PM
I reached the saturation point of Into the Breach after 10 hours. The negatives are piling up more for me.
The amount of mission types seems pretty low, and I guess since I did pretty good in one of my last runs that now even for early islands, I have tougher and varied aliens to contend with. This is OK, but a big problem is you start with the same plain jane mechs all the time. Why is there no even incremental improvements to the mechs game after game? It's sad that you appreciate the starting team more because every mech can attack. Some of the mechs for teams just are not very strong, such as the grapple one. Also only getting exp for killing enemies makes pilots in support vehicles pretty hard to level up. Why no exp for shielding or healing or anything not murdering something?
All in all, it's still a good game, but is feeling samey and the start is usually always the same. Downgrading to 7/10.
sound like a downgrade from the all time classic FTL. Man, I could play that game for years
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Posted by agentghost on 07 July 2018 - 02:06 AM
I didn’t even realize you could play without. I remember it as being one of the most disturbing experiences I ever had in VR.
As such, I highly recommend it.
Resident Evil 7 VR was the most disturbing experience I've had in VR. Don't play that game and expect a good night sleep
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Posted by agentghost on 07 July 2018 - 01:49 AM
Of the three, Flower was definitely my favorite. They're purposefully slow, meditative games, so keep that in mind. Journey was good enough for a single playthrough, but I never went back to clean up the trophies. Flow is just plain weird. If you're a fan of those type of arty, "flowing" games, I also recommend Abzû (not currently on sale) and Bound, which I also enjoyed quite a bit.
Thank you so much. I didn't even know Bound exists and it's also VR compatible. Bought Journey Collector Edition and Bound, based on your recommendation. I love these arty, flowing games
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