not sure if this has been mentioned but EA Play has a 1 month deal for 99 cents. I don't like sports games but jedi order is on there and a few other decent picks. cancel before it bills you more.
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Posted by the_ENEMY_ on 23 January 2021 - 04:29 PM
Posted by the_ENEMY_ on 08 November 2020 - 04:43 AM
I put in a 2tb in my ps4 within a year of owning it. Would have done it sooner if it was on sale earlier. I love having a ton of games at my disposal. Games I play alone, games I play with certain friends, games I play with my kids, etc etc. Having 40+ games is great because you never know when you are going to have a few people over and want to play "you dont know jack" but won't want to wait for it to install etc.
Posted by the_ENEMY_ on 14 October 2020 - 03:02 PM
I wonder how much business best buy lost when they got rid of GCU... I used to go there quite often due to their great sale prices, which would cause me to browse other isles, even bought a fridge there once. Only been there maybe twice since for games under $10.
Posted by the_ENEMY_ on 13 October 2020 - 10:39 PM
Why does it have to be war torn America?
Why can't it be super nice everything is great and we also have robot cooks America?
I feel like I'm missing something. There's even states missing on the map.
I don't want to play the game but I want to know the backstory and lore.All
All of your questions will be answered shortly after the upcoming election.
Posted by the_ENEMY_ on 22 September 2020 - 11:17 PM
Most definitely. It was by no accident MS made the Bethesda acquisition public the day before their new hotness entered the pre-order stage. Generating excitement is what all smart video game companies do. We always fall for it. It's human nature. Now it's up to them to actually deliver.
I was referring to Naughty dog renaming their last of us day, but what you mentioned also applies.
Posted by the_ENEMY_ on 22 September 2020 - 07:15 PM
This may be an unpopular and negative opinion but I almost feel like some companies make statements like these just to gain favor. Another form of social media whoring. Whether we are standing in solidarity or removing natives from our butter labels.
Posted by the_ENEMY_ on 20 September 2020 - 02:53 PM
Of course you don't need to have them installed. But I have dozens of games that I play with friends online occasionally. When a certain friend is online for the evening I won't have time to install and patch an entire game just to play that day.
My kids play certain games too, some games require a daily login to get extra rewards. Sometimes if I uninstall a game I put down it will mean that I might never pick it up again, but if its installed and I am bored and cruising through my library it typically gets reived and possibly beaten.
Posted by the_ENEMY_ on 15 September 2020 - 04:12 AM
I have a feeling its because they are open world / sandbox but no real feeling of "endgame" or replayability. They make you do the same dozen things 100 times each and the rewards are usually meaningless. Makes people feel like a glorified day job after a dozen hours.
The lack of decent coop or competitive mode make it a hard choice to want to buy right away, making stores drop prices to move dusty copies.
I am not saying single player is bad, or open world by any means, but when you just copypaste the same missions all over the map it feels like work.
Posted by the_ENEMY_ on 20 August 2020 - 11:17 PM
Posted by the_ENEMY_ on 19 August 2020 - 10:36 PM
did Underworld Ascendant ever get fixed in to an okay game?
I watched some of a review for "update 4" which was made in June 2019. He said it was less buggy, more playable, more fun. I think it was for PC, but I would like to assume they patched all their platforms. Still poor reviews overall. Sounds like something I wouldn't mind trying for under 10 bucks.