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  1. Breaking the rules a bit because I was without a PC or console for most of the year, due to my house getting burglarized (yay). 1. Watch Dogs 2 - So. Damn. Fun! If only this had the technical prowess of GTA V, which still has the best visuals / performance in the genre. WD2 still manages to raise the bar in many other ways. Story isn't much to write home about, but it's engaging, fun and facilitates the gameplay perfectly. Lots of replay value as well. If only I could add my own music and lower the FOV (maybe I'm weird?). 2. Mafia 3 - By the time I picked this up, the technical issues had been resolved. Best combat, driving, soundtrack and story in an open world game. If the repetitive gameplay is fun, then what's the problem? I didn't want it to end. 3. Inside - Limbo had a bigger impact, because it was so fresh - but they took the concept a step further and won me over. Short and sweet. Just challenging enough.
  2. I think I need to try one of these out. Not sure if it's my thing, but for some reason I am very intrigued, haha. How accurate are the locations?
  3. This looks really cool!
  4. I'm probably 80% finished with this game. I have to say, really digging it, ESPECIALLY after installing this mod: http://www.pcinvasion.com/improve-mafia-3s-visuals-mod I can't emphasize how much of an improvement this mod gives the visuals. Overall PC performance is pretty damn solid now. 1440p with everything maxed out w/ consistent 60 FPS. It looks really, really nice. I've been playing with my wife - just trading off each objective. It's her first real modern open word / 3rd person game - so the repetitive gameplay isn't bothering us at all - it gives her more chances to practice and get a feel for the controls. The story and music (and I think the city is great) is enough to keep it from getting stale. Oddly enough, she went from only wanting to play 2D sidescroller / puzzle games & kart racers to googling stealth games after playing this game for a few weeks. Anyway - if any of you were holding out on this game due to the 30 FPS lock, glitches & ugly visuals - the time is now to check this game out. I'm enjoying it far more than I expected.
  5. These truck simulator games confuse me. You just drive around and deliver cargo and shit? Is it fun? What am I missing?
  6. I am so sold on this! This is essentially what I wanted out of Sonic 4. Updated visuals were.... okay I guess... but everything else felt wrong. THIS looks and sounds like Sonic. Spring seems so far away. Good thing I have a ridiculous backlog right now after the Steam Autumn sale.
  7. I bought this day 1 and still haven't played and it's KILLING ME. Ended up making a last minute decision to play through Watch Dogs 1 first. So far, I really love it! It looks and performs great. Love the hacking (which was a surprise to me). What did everyone hate so much about this? I'm getting 60 FPS with everything maxed out at 1440p and haven't encountered any glitches or annoying gameplay issues. I guess I'm still only about 4 hours in (and going a bit slow), but it's hard to balance taking my time & enjoying vs. finishing as fast as possible so I can jump into Watch Dogs 2. My only complaints (sorry to rehash from another thread) are the soundtrack (what's with all the awful pop punk? and this soundtrack is sooo small) and the way off-the-mark representation of Chicago (outside of the downtown mostly, but the Hancock Tower also looks hilariously tiny).
  8. NES. Christmas '88.
  9. Currently have a 1080p TV. I use DSR to play most games at 1440 or 4k (when possible) but some lower performing games at 1080p. I just bought a 4K TV on Black Friday (shipping now) and am trying to get my expectations in check before it arrives... Will 1080p / 1440p (DSR) look worse on the new set? I keep hearing and reading very conflicting information on this: that it will look the same or slightly better - or that anything below 4K will look noticeably more blurry or washed out, due to the up scaling. Old set: Philips 1080p 55" New Set: Samsung KS8000 4K 65"
  10. Only a couple hours in, but really digging the game so far. Very surprised. Actually enjoy the hacking aspect (which was a turn off initially) quite a bit and it runs and looks very nice. The performance and visuals may be 'enhanced' by the fact that I am also working through Mafia 3. So far my only complaints are the soundtrack and Ubisofts bizarre version of Chicago. Excited to finish this! Definitely ready for WD2.
  11. Done! And with a free copy of Rayman origins, nonetheless. Are there any essential graphics mods for WT? Or is vanilla the way to go?
  12. Thanks guys, will do!
  13. I decided to try out Watch Dogs 1, despite all of the horrible things I've heard about it. I saw a $5 Steam key on Kinguin a couple weeks back, but now it's gone and I can't seem to find another Steam key for under $10. You guys are pretty darn savvy in this dept. Any ideas?
  14. By all means, tell us more about your thrilling no-kill run. I must be thinking of a different game.