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  1. All digital for me now, especially now that Amazon Prime offers no benefit. 1) I hate the clutter of physical disks/cases 2) I hate having to switch disks to switch games. 3) Their is ALWAYS a discount to be found. 4) I never have to worry about scratches\losing my games. 5) I own the rights to them regardless of new PC/Console.
  2. Usually 1 SP game at a time and then I have common MP games that I'll jump into with friends here and there (Overwatch, PUBG, Fortnite, Destiny 2)
  3. Most COD single player games are short and fairly decent.
  4. They can't review anything without injecting some liberal political slanted commentary anyway. I'm OK with whatever political opinions but it seems like they often go out of their way to find something to be offended about in any game.
  5. Dexterryu

    Sony Marvel’s Spider-Man | PS4 OT

    The game looks great but without anywhere to get a pre-order discounts I'll just wait for the inevitable holiday sale. Not really missing out on anything by doing that with a single player only game.
  6. Movement just seems slow... So does combat. I'm not really impressed at this point.
  7. I'm not sure how I feel about this... If it's a good story all the way through with interesting characters like Witcher 3 then awesome. If it's just more and more unrelated missions, items to collect, etc... to pad out the length then I'm not excited at all to hear this.
  8. Dexterryu

    PC Are isometric cRPGS' resurgence already dying?

    Thanks for the heads up. I'll look into it knowing that.
  9. Dexterryu

    PC Are isometric cRPGS' resurgence already dying?

    As someone that played several of the games in the OP but only one sequel (Divinity 2). The reason being is that while I enjoy the worlds, exploration, and gameplay of PoE and Shadowrun, I hate the mostly text based dialogue and story and tend to get tired/bored because of it. IMHO, just because the format and gameplay are a little more retro/throwback it doesn't mean you have to exclude modern conveniences like voice acting.
  10. Dexterryu

    General Gaming How is Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice?

    One of my favorite games of last year. Highly recommend playing it and sticking with it. The puzzles were tough early on, but your brain sort of gets better at seeing their seeing/solving them. I personally enjoyed the combat... it isn't complex but it's very responsive. The way you can sort of perma-die if you get killed enough means that it is a little on the easy side though. The story gets better as it goes on and as others have said definitely play it with a good set of headphones.
  11. I have played on Vive and Vive Pro quite a bit (a good friend of mine has one of each). Haven't played the Oculus yet. My impressions of VR is that the most important thing to have to make them work is an empty room. I've had an absolute blast playing games on the Vive headsets. The motion control is damn near perfect. The games that I've played that are the most fun though are games like Audioshield and Beat Saber. There are few good games that follow a more traditional campaign like Arizona Sunshine\SuperHot that offer a more complete experience but most of the good games do one or two things and do them really well (Audioshield/Beat Saber being good examples). I'd personally buy a Vive Pro if I were to get one right now... and I would purchase today if I had the right space in my house. That said, if you can wait there should be some really good stuff coming in 2019. The Pimax 8k has some promise and I believe that design will be the future (200 degree FoV) that other headsets emulate.