Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God is the last thing I'm considering. Anyone played it?
Other than the pinball tables this is the only game I'm considering as well. Reviews are iffy, though.
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Posted by Not Eric on 02 May 2015 - 04:49 AM
The PS3 store is so slow and clunky (and crashed so many times) that it turned me off the idea of picking up any games. I do want to try one of the Atelier games but I'll either wait for another Vita sale or a cheap physical copy. Guided Fate Paradox looks like it could be fun, as well.
None of the Vita titles are jumping out at me other than Curse of the Great Curry God.
It's like I'm in the mood to spend money but I'm leaning towards disconnecting the PS3 again.
Posted by Not Eric on 24 April 2015 - 06:35 AM
Marvel games are coming from Telltale:
Posted by Not Eric on 23 April 2015 - 12:44 AM
Posted by Not Eric on 17 April 2015 - 03:01 AM
I didn't hate Delsin like most seem to and liked the variety in Second Son more than First Light. And switching difficulties and karma affiliations for the second play through of Son had me changing the way I played substantially enough that I didn't mind playing the game all over again (although I did skip most of the side missions). Neither game overstays their welcome which is good.
I was talking more from a gameplay-quality perspective. Everyone here who's played First Light after Second Son has said that FL was better, so Ltrain might notice that difference if he played the better game first.
Posted by Not Eric on 14 April 2015 - 05:56 PM
Posted by Not Eric on 14 April 2015 - 12:29 AM
yo PS4 people-- I am with my main man Zimm in being ps4 less. I had decided to not buy since my backlog would be wasted. I had talked myself into buying the batman bundle ( original black cover ) I was at Costco and saw a ps4 bundle for 370.00 that had a year of plus and extra controller. According to CAG math I am not sure I can pass this up. Is this the steal I think?
I have heard about the controllers not being top quality ( sticking and/or bindings come apart ). I wonder if these are excess units and maybe the batman model might have improved quality. Just looking for some feedback from you guys who know a lot more about this-- thanks
You know you're gonna use that year of plus and that second controller, and you're not interested in a limited edition PS4. Arkham Knight will eventually hit $20 or you can trade it in once you're finished, but the controller and year of plus will never be that low in price.
Just go for it. You can always go back to the PS3 backlog during the slow times between releases. I'm doing that right now. Plus you might realize that there are some games in the backlog that you would be better off skipping.
Posted by Not Eric on 09 April 2015 - 06:18 PM
Killing Floor 2 will be $30 on Steam.
So hoping for $40 max on PS4.
I'll be interested what they did to change the perks (classes) system. Looks like there will be some more co-op friendly things added other than the usual added damage and discounts for in class weapons.
Posted by Not Eric on 08 April 2015 - 09:33 PM
There's plenty of all-console sites out there. I think it's fine that Inverted is focused on PSN.
Plus unless they're able to break news then it's not really necessary to re-post what other sites have already reported. Maybe some editorials but not just "according to IGN blah blah blah"
Posted by Not Eric on 07 April 2015 - 11:31 PM
So this Killing Floor 2 game looks ridiculously awesome. Why the hell did the original and now it looks like the sequel only come out on PC?
I managed to sink a ton of hours into the first one. It started off as a mod (as did their other series, Red Orchestra) so I think it was just a matter of them never having the resources to bring it to a console.
Lots of fun, but it can be a bit grindy to level up a class so that you can bring it to a higher difficulty level (doesn't matter how good you are, a low level class will never have the added damage or gun discounts needed to effectively play the higher difficulties. You'll just hold the team back).
Looks like they're working on streamlining some of it which I hope means they'll remove a bit of the grindy elements (like one class has to kill an absurd number of a certain enemy, and another class has to weld doors for hours just to level up).
They're also pretty good about the content they add. For Halloween, Christmas, and summer they'll do free events that change the character models and add a new map and Steam achievements. Unlock enough achievements and you'll usually unlock a new character to play as. For years most of the DLC was just cosmetic stuff like new character models, although they did eventually start adding some weapons. They never seemed greedy about the DLC, it always seemed like it was more about throwing them some money as thanks for them continuing their support. Hopefully that philosophy carries over to the console versions.