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  1. Ninja, a massive Fornite streamer, is going to be streaming on Microsoft's streaming service. Never has anyone this large left twitch so it is interesting.
  2. We did this last year for the first time, and I'm bringing it back! We do this every year over at Negative World, so we should make this an annual thing here too! Last year was fun, but hopefully we can get more people involved this year and clear out more games from our collective backlogs during the month of August, hence Backlaugust! The rules are simple: - tell us what you're playing, and on what system so we can cheer each other on, and help each other out if we have any tips - play a game from your backlog, either a game that's been sitting in your library for a long time that you've decided to finally play and finish, or a game you started long ago, but for whatever reason stopped playing and have been meaning to get back to and finish - don't use a game that is new, or a game that you're already currently playing, pick a game from your actual backlog - pick a game that you already own - when a game is actually "finished" is up to you. Whether that be completing the main story, getting 100% completion rating, getting all Achievements/Trophies, or just whenever you feel "done" with a game - post when you're finished, and all the games that have been finished will be added to this OP All right, let's get started, and have some fun getting some of our backlogs done! Let's see how many games we can complete! Last year we completed 8 games, but I think we can easily beat that if more people participate this year! THE FINISHED PILE 1. Quantum Break (Xbox One) - ShreddieMercuryRising 2. Doom (Xbox One) - Dodger 3. Resident Evil 2 Remake (PC) - Nokt 4. Ori and the Blind Forest (Xbox One) - ShreddieMercuryRising 5. Nier Automata (Playstation 4) - best3444 6. What Remains of Edith Finch (Playstation 4) - Brick 7. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D (Nintendo 3DS) - TheLeon 8. Hitman 2 (Xbox One) - skillzdadirecta 9. Celeste (Nintendo Switch) - crispy4000 10. Spider-Man (Playstation 4) - skillzdadirecta 11. God of War: Chains of Olympus (Playstation 3) - Brick 12. Days Gone (Playstation 4) - crispy4000 13. God of War: Ghost of Sparta (Playstation 3) - Brick 14. Assassin's Creed Odyssey (Xbox One) - XxEvil AshxX 15. Horizon Zero Dawn (Playstation 4) - best3444 16. The Darkness 2 (Xbox One) - ShreddieMercuryRising 17. Vampyr (PC) - RedSoxFan9 18. Gone Home (Xbox One) - RedSoxFan9 19. Ace Combat 7 (PC) - AbsolutSurgen 20. Fire Emblem Awakening (Nintendo 3DS) - jaethos 21. God of War (PS4) - cusideabelincoln
  3. Game: Decay of Logos Genre: Action adventure Developer: Amplify Creations Publisher: Rising Star Games Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC MSRP: $19.99 (digital only) I've been playing Decay of Logos for a few days now, and I'm really enjoying it. The best way to describe it is a mix of The Legend of Zelda and the Souls games. It has the aesthetics and adventure feel of the Zelda games, and the challenge and design structure of the Souls games. It's not quite as punishing as the Souls games, but it's definitely more challenging than its colorful and cartoonish look might make you think. It begins rather abruptly, and offers no real direction or handholding. There's no map, or quest markers. There are some stone statues in the environments that you can get some slight hints from and an occasional NPC that you come across that sheds a little light on things, but that's about it. The game is all about exploring, and discovery. You feel pretty much alone in the world other than for the enemies that are roaming everywhere. You also have an elk companion that you can ride and store things on, but it controls so clunky and poorly as a mount that going it on foot is the better option. The gameplay consists of weak/strong melee attacks, ranged attacks (bow and arrows/magic), block (shield required) and dash. It takes a while before you acquire a bow, magic and shield, so you'll be using strictly melee weapons for quite some time. You start with a basic sword, and no armor. To gain weapons and armor pieces (head, chest, arms, legs) you need to defeat enemies, and find treasure chests. There are no shops in the game, so everything that you obtain (including potions and arrows) is either from defeating enemies or finding treasure chests. Both weapons and armor will break after extensive use and damage without any way to repair them, so you need to continuously get more throughout your journey. But it takes a long time for weapons and armor to break, so you usually find more before needed and you can store them on your elk. The environments consist of fairly large and open outdoor areas, and more confined indoor areas like caves and ruins which are basically the game's dungeons. You're encouraged to explore everywhere to find key items to progress, and better loot. While the game is action adventure, it has some RPG elements such as stats and leveling. However, there's no XP and I've just leveled after defeating a bunch of enemies. Stats go up the same way, but they will decrease if you die. If they get too low you will go into an injured state, and not be able to sprint. You need to rest at camps (the game's bonfires) to gain them back to where they were. If you like Zelda and Souls games then this is something that you should consider checking out, because it's basically a mix of the two.
  4. I'm considering pre-ordering this weekend, but I also have so much shit to play in general that I could easily wait and pick it up cheaper later.
  5. Dig is a new title. The other two will be part of the Treasure Trove (which you could already own).
  6. More details at the link. They own rights to distribute Puzzle Agent, Batman, and a few other properties. https://www.polygon.com/2019/8/28/20835854/telltale-games-return-walking-dead-lcg-entertainment
  7. I'm sure you all had ideas the minute you read the title and already went on Youtube to look at the terrible ones you already know, but this is really impressive despite that (apparently this is NBA 2k15).
  8. Always heard these were low key greats, some of the GBA and DS's best. I'm excited to see them getting the collection treatment.
  9. This is definitely one of Jim's best videos in quite a while:
  10. https://www.pcgamer.com/desperados-3-announced-developed-by-shadow-tactics-developer-mimimi/ Shadow Tactics to me was an incredible game and they are a perfect team to tackle this, very excited. Appears it's also coming to consoles.
  11. A cult classic Streets of Rage, known as Bare Knuckle (ベア・ナックル Bea Nakkuru) in Japan, is a trilogy of beat 'em up games developed and published by SEGA in the 1990s. Famously known for its non stop action and electronic dance influenced music - scored by Yuzo Koshiro and Motohiro Kawashima - the series has gained the status of cult classic throughout the years. It is considered one of the best beat 'em up series of all time. After many years, Axel and Blaze are finally picking up the fight where they left. Featuring hand-drawn visuals from the team behind 2017’s gorgeous Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap remake, Streets of Rage 4 builds upon the classic trilogy’s gameplay with new mechanics, a fresh story and a gauntlet of dangerous stages with a serious crime problem. Streets of Rage 4 recalls classic gameplay but it stands as an entirely original arcade-style romp thanks to the expertise of Guard Crush Games and Dotemu. Whether players gang up with a friend or clean up the city solo, Streets of Rage 4 is a skull-bashing, chicken-chomping delight all set to a thumping soundtrack sure to get your blood pumping. Features The comeback of the legendary Streets of Rage series. Beautiful graphics fully hand-drawn animated by the studio behind Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap. Classic gameplay enhanced with brand new mechanics. Braised chicken served on a pristine plate.
  12. I haven't played Bastion, Transistor, or Pyre, but they've always looked very intriguing. I have an eshop card, and was looking into either Bastion or Transistor on Switch, but I wanted to see what people thought of this studio and their games overall.
  13. I remember playing the remaster on ps3 years ago and seem to remember being able to hold down a button to speed up battle. Did that feature get included in the Switch or X1 versions. I'd like to play FFX again, but want to be able to blast through most of the junk random battles.
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