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  1. Its being co-developed by Toylogic who have helped with DQ11 on the 3DS, Super Smash Bros Brawl, The Evil Within, and Kid Icarus Uprising, among some other titles. Considering this didn't get an English teaser trailer as well I doubt it will see a western release, but using google translate it says its a mobile game.
  2. Because it's only couch co-op, sheesh, were we wishing we had extra hands to wash fucking dishes while I chopped shit up. Does Overcooked 2 support a mix of couch co-op and online, where we can play together with two other online players? Because we had a blast getting our ass kicked, particularly since she's not really a gamer so she was making some mistakes (though I gotta say I was impressed with how quickly she caught on). I may just straight-up buy it so we can co-op the game; it's some fun fucking stuff!
  3. First off, thanks for reading. Second I realize that my request for recommendations is going to highlight that I've both probably played a lot of your recommendations and am pretty darn picky. I'm looking for some good single player games that: A) Have a good story / interesting characters (with voice, I hate reading walls of text - ex: Pillars of Eternity) B) Aren't janky C) Aren't 80s era pixel graphics (I grew up playing these, don't want to go back) D) Aren't so complicated that they need 10 tutorial levels (I'm looking at you Age of Wonders: Planetfall) E) Are relatively current (at least PS3/Xbox 360 era). F) Aren't weird over the top Japanese emo-fests (Devil May Cry, Bayonetta) I'm a fan of most genre's(RPG, TPS, FPS, Action, side scrollers, metroidvanias). I've played most of the top AAA games since the late 90s... so that's all of your Baldurs gates, Divinity, Mass Effects, Dragon Age, God of War, Witcher, Uncharted, TLOU, Horizon, Halo, Elder Scrolls, Assasins creed, Far Cry, etc...). Some recent favorites have been FrostPunk, Kingdom Come, Ori and the *, and Plague: An innocence tale. Thanks in advance
  4. This can be the new "what are you playing this weekend" thread. Lately, I've been completely absorbed in Persona 5. It's amazing. I played 10 hours when it first released, quit for over a year, now I'm back at it, hardcore. Just completed the 4th palace last night. I absolutely adore the mix of traditional turn-based RPG play and social simulation. I'm over 40 hours in and still have a looong way to go, but I'm enjoying the ride quite a bit.
  5. Don't know how accurate this list is and some of these are a little surprising.
  6. I'm trying to figure out what the best games to play during a virtual game night are. While I've got every console under the sun, most of my friends only have one, and it's not the same one. There isn't a single platform we all have access to. Some have iPhones, others androids, Macs, PCs, etc. The one game that seems to work well is Jackbox. We've played it in person enough that we're all familiar, only one person has to buy it for everyone to play, and the platform agnostic client/server thing is absolutely ideal, but it's also a game we've played a decent amount of, so I'd rather not turn every game night into Jackbox night. I'm open to any ideas. I'm happy to point a camera at a real board game, buy a game on any platform, host a server, or whatever else might work for a virtual game night. Anyone have any great ideas?
  7. The thread title may be really vague for what I'm really asking, so here goes: My girlfriend currently, albeit temporarily gladly, lives in Montreal and I'm in New York so obviously we can't see each other right now considering the border situation and so on. She does not play video games although has apparently played Mass Effect and Skyrim here and there with an ex years ago and we both happened to get new laptops only a month or two ago. Anyway, since she's cooped up in the house with her institute closed for a minimum of two weeks, and since we can't visit each other, I suggested we try out playing a game with and/or against each other online. I'm looking for something easy to pick up, easy to control, fun that we can play against each other or maybe also co-op. Puzzle games, that type of thing maybe. Also if there are any cool Adventure games, point 'n clicks, that sort of thing that can be played online co-op or so? I never play online myself so I'm a bit lost here but told her I'd come up with some ideas to check out. One I saw I thought looked fun was Overcooked 2 which appears to be playable online, would that meet the criteria for anyone who has played that? Also, is there an option on Steam to watch your friends play a game? Totally different but she said she'd like to watch me play through SOMA after I described it to her. Is a form of voice chat possible at the same time if so?
  8. There's a new set coming, so I thought that the 4 of us who actually play this game could use a new thread to chat about it. :P The Boomsday Project will launch next Tuesday, August 7th. 135 New Cards Each class gets a new Legendary minion and a Legendary spell. New Keyword: Magnetic. Mechs are back! And now you can stick some of them onto others. A new theme without a keyword: Omega cards, which have an extra powerful effect that occurs if you have 10 mana crystals. Here's a handy Imgur album of the revealed cards (via Reddit) There are some doozies in there. The final reveal livestream is happening tomorrow, August 1st, at 10AM Pacific.
  9. Campaign - Playtesters are enjoying the game but in terms of stuff like graphics, it's not finished yet. - Set during the Cold War and Vietnam War. Spans the entire 40 year history. Described as more gritty and gruesome than MW. - The campaign is going to be focused on real life events of the Vietnam war and Cold War. There's going to be alot of shock factor. - Will be on the new engine that Infinity Ward Poland made. - The campaign will be a retelling of the Vietnam story with multiple perspectives from the US, South Vietnam and The Vietcong. - Alex Mason and Sgt Frank Woods are returning with new actors. - Black Ops or Black Operations are the most likely titles for it. Multiplayer - Large player count modes are returning. 32v32 is returning. Ground War is also back. - Most of the maps are going to be the classic 3 lane style. - Health regeneration isn't auto. You have to use a stim shot to regenerate health. This could change though. - Killstreaks are back. A Dog could be one. - Operators are returning. - DLC will be free again like with MW. Zombies - Perks, Pack a Punch are still in Zombies. - There will be different ways to play the mode. - TGR has heard that Tranzit will be a on disc map but this isn't from his number 1 source so take it with a grain of salt. - He has heard that there will be an Aether reboot. Which makes sense as the ending of Black Ops 4 zombies set this up. - The Chaos story is not returning. There will be a new story. - TGR has heard that this year's zombies mode will be a little more grounded and realistic without all of the fantasy stuff from previous Black Ops games. - There's talks about doing a Zombie Season Pass.
  10. A good companion for the Animal Crossing downtime
  11. Why the hell would you ever need to "reboot" a Call of Du...Y'know what? Nevermind - video games really are absurd.
  12. New year, new list so let's get this thing started! Just as always, it's not necessary for the game to actually be released in 2020 to be discussed in this thread! Now that I've gotten my physical fitness level/health back to where I want them to be, I fully intend for 2020 to be a more...uhhhhh..."productive" year for gaming completion than 2019. First up, I'm gonna finish Quantum Break!
  13. Today Blizzard revealed Hero 28 aka Hammond aka Wrecking Ball. A hamster in a giant mech ball he is part the Tank archetype he is currently playable in the PTR. I didn't expect this. Granted I knew there was a character named Hammond that escaped the Lunar colony but didn't expect him to be a hamster can't wait to try him.
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