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  1. If so did you enjoy your experience? Did you think it was a good value? Was she cute? Did you win your game?
  2. The announcement came as the German government has prohibited all large public gatherings through August 31.
  3. Ghosts of Tsushima is the cover story for OPM UK this month: This reddit post summarizes the contents of the article, including "new" details about the game. All very well and good, right? Well...the OPM UK Twitter account just posted this: I gotta admit: I'm somewhat impressed
  4. As the title alludes to, this is a thread for you to mention the games that you bought at the same time you picked up a console at release, so naturally this thread can not be about games that you first picked up with a console, but rather one for the dedicated few that buy consoles on the first day of their release. I've only bought one console at launch and that was the Gamecube. The first game I played was Luigi's Mansion and I loved it. The look, the music, the gameplay loop were perfect at the time. It does seem convenient that it was my one and only, but in the six years I had my first gamecube, I played through the game three times and enjoyed it each and every time.
  5. https://store.steampowered.com/app/1253950/Dreamscaper_Prologue/ What: Free "Prologue" to the full game releasing this summer. The game is an action RPG/Rogue like with plenty of style Where: Currently available on Steam and coming to Switch, so I would guess it would come to all consoles eventually Why: Because its well made,fun, and free!
  6. https://wccftech.com/google-gifts-two-months-of-stadia-pro-subscription-to-everyone/ .............
  7. The following are good last gen games that I feel were overlooked (alphabetical order): Alice: Madness Returns Genre: Third person action/adventure/platformer Theme: Twisted nightmare Design: Linear Alpha Protocol Genre: Third person action RPG Theme: Espionage Design: Semi-open Binary Domain Genre: Third person shooter Theme: Sci-fi Design: Linear Blades of Time Genre: Third person action/adventure/hack-and-slash Theme: Dark fantasy Design: Linear The Bourne Conspiracy Genre: Third person action/shooter Theme: Spy Design: Linear Captain America: Super Soldier Genre: Third person action adventure Theme: Superhero Design: Semi-open The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena Genre: First person action/adventure/shooter Theme: Dark sci-fi Design: Semi-open Dante's Inferno Genre: Third person action Theme: Hell Design: Linear Dark Sector Genre: Third person action/shooter Theme: Super soldier Design: Linear Deadfall Adventures Genre: First person action/adventure/shooter Theme: Classic adventure Design: Linear Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga Genre: Third person action RPG Theme: High fantasy Design: Semi-open Dragon's Dogma Genre: Third person action JRPG Theme: Medieval fantasy Design: Open world Driver: San Francisco Genre: Vehicle action/racing Theme: Modern city Design: Open world Dungeon Siege III Genre: Isometric view action RPG Theme: Medieval fantasy Design: Semi-open Enchanted Arms Genre: Third person turn-based JRPG Theme: Fantasy sci-fi Design: Semi-open Enslaved: Odyssey to the West Genre: Third person action adventure Theme: Fantasy sci-fi Design: Linear Eternal Sonata Genre: Third person action JRPG Theme: Fantasy Design: Semi-open The First Templar Genre: Third person action/adventure/hack-and-slash Theme: Biblical Design: Linear Golden Axe: Beast Rider Genre: Third person action/adventure/hack-and-slash Theme: Dark fantasy Design: Linear Hitman: Absolution Genre: Third person action/stealth Theme: Assassin Design: Semi-open Infinite Undiscovery Genre: Third person action JRPG Theme: Fantasy Design: Semi-open Kameo: Elements of Power Genre: Third person action adventure Theme: Fantasy Design: Semi-open Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning Genre: Third person action RPG Theme: High fantasy Design: Open world Legendary Genre: First person shooter Theme: Horror Design: Linear Lollipop Chainsaw Genre: Third person action Theme: Zombies Design: Linear The Lord of the Rings: War in the North Genre: Third person action/adventure/hack-and-slash Theme: Medieval fantasy Design: Linear Lost Odyssey Genre: Third person turn-based JRPG Theme: Fantasy sci-fi Design: Semi-open Lost Planet 3 Genre: Third person action/adventure/shooter Theme: Sci-fi Design: Semi-open Magna Carta 2 Genre: Third person action JRPG Theme: Fantasy sci-fi Design: Semi-open Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom Genre: Third person action/adventure/puzzle Theme: Fantasy Design: Linear Mercenaries 2: World in Flames Genre: Third person action/adventure/shooter Theme: Military Design: Open world Mirror's Edge Genre: First person action/platformer Theme: Sci-fi Design: Linear Nier Genre: Third person action adventure Theme: Fantasy sci-fi Design: Semi-open Red Faction: Guerrilla Genre: Third person action/adventure/shooter Theme: Sci-fi Design: Open world Remember Me Genre: Third person action adventure Theme: Sci-fi Design: Linear Risen Genre: Third person action RPG Theme: Island adventure Design: Open world Risen 2: Dark Waters Genre: Third person action RPG Theme: Pirates Design: Open world Rise of the Argonauts Genre: Third person action adventure Theme: Greek mythology Design: Semi-open The Saboteur Genre: Third person action adventure Theme: World War II Design: Open world Sacred 2: Fallen Angel Genre: Isometric view action RPG Theme: Fantasy Design: Open world Saw Genre: Third person survival horror/puzzle Theme: Horror Design: Linear Saw II: Flesh and Blood Genre: Third person survival horror/puzzle Theme: Horror Design: Linear Shadows of the Damned Genre: Third person action/shooter Theme: Horror Design: Linear Singularity Genre: First person shooter Theme: Sci-fi Design: Linear Sleeping Dogs Genre: Third person action adventure Theme: Modern Hong Kong Design: Open world Spec Ops: The Line Genre: Third person shooter Theme: Military Design: Linear Syndicate Genre: First person shooter Theme: Sci-fi Design: Linear Tales of Vesperia Genre: Third person action JRPG Theme: Fantasy Design: Semi-open TimeShift Genre: First person shooter Theme: Sci-fi Design: Linear Velvet Assassin Genre: Third person action/stealth Theme: World War II Design: Linear Wet Genre: Third person action/shooter Theme: Grindhouse Design: Linear X-Men Origins: Wolverine Genre: Third person action/hack-and-slash Theme: Superhero Design: Linear 007: Quantum of Solace Genre: First person shooter Theme: Spy Design: Linear Are there any good last gen games that you feel were overlooked?
  8. What We Know So Far - Iceborne is a massive story and post-game quest DLC that takes place after the events of Monster Hunter World. - A brand new location opens up, called Hoarfrost Reach, which is similarly as large as Astera. - Hoarfrost Reach will not be fully exploitable right from the start. Areas of this new land will be locked behind story missions. - Iceborne introduces Master Rank, which is essentially G-Rank from the previous games, the name being changed to be more recognizable to western audiences. - A number of brand new Monster's to hunt, including a new -frost based- Elder Dragon will be included in this DLC. - We will see the return of old favorites, such as Nargacuga and Tigrex. - As usual, Master Rank will introduce a slew of all new weapon and armor designs for all of the monsters and weapons. - All weapon types will now be able to use the slinger to a certain extent. This feature was previously exclusive to the sword and shield, so Capcom is whipping up something special to keep that weapon relevant. - You can use the clutch claw to grapple onto enemies, similar to how you could do so in Freedom Wars on PS Vita. This will open up a variety of brand new attacks and allow you to manipulate monsters in a variety of ways. This only works with normal slinger ammo and when the Monster is not enraged. - Slingers can now do more powerful charged shots which can temporarily stun monsters. - Successful clutch claw attacks will open up new weak points on Monsters and do what is called "Special Break Damage". This has not been elaborated on yet. - All of the weapons will be buffed, have new special or combo attacks and new slinger based attacks. - Iceborne will release on consoles on or around September 6th, 2019. It will release on PC at a later date. - A new physical release of Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Master Edition will be available, it includes both the main game + Iceborne DLC and retails for $60. Those who already own Monster Hunter World need only to purchase and download the DLC for $40. First Details New Moves/Clutch Claw Showcase
  9. PC Gamer article Official website Discord server link Steam Store page Trailer: Gameplay gifs: Screenshots:
  10. Not Remakes though, since they're practically new games at this point. Having a PS4 alone you feel thankful there's so much to play, but I'm still wondering when/if we might get... - Onimusha 2, 3 and 4 - Jet Set Radio Future - Riddick collection -Nights into Dreams (Saturn remaster version) - Ninja Gaiden 1-3, but not sure the best way to go about it. Xbox versions? Sigma versions? The gameplay in Black is arguably the best of all three NG1's, the 360 version of NG2 has all the uncensored gore that never should've been removed, but some of the weapons, characters and enhancements from the Sigma versions are legit too. For the sake of forward compatibility hopefully Team Ninja might consider making definitive versions of each game that merge all the best stuff across all editions into them if they do a remaster collection) - Dreamcast collection. Sonic adventure 1 Sonic adventure 2 Jet grind radio Crazy taxi Crazy taxi 2 Ecco: DotF Power stone Power stone 2 Chu chu rocket D2 House of the dead 2 (w motion controls) Typing of the dead Skies of Arcadia Seaman Sega bass fishing Phantasy star online Virtua tennis 2 Headhunter Samba de amigo Space channel 5 Soul calibur - Valve collection (HL1, Black Mesa/HLR, HL2, E1, E2, Counter Strike (most recent one), Portal, Portal 2, L4D2, Team Fortress 2) -Ico and SOTC collection PS3 port (will these ever exist in disc or download form again?) - Spec Ops: The Line -Metroid Prime trilogy (this, along with all the Mario games getting remastered might finally persuade me to get a Switch) -Metal Gear collection -Katamari Damacy (how is this not on PS4 by now!?) -Killer 7 -Viewtiful Joe 1-2 -Silent Hill 1-4 What remasters and ports are you still waiting on?
  11. I wondered for a while about TLOUPII because if movies were getting delayed a ton, why not games? It's probably easier to keep apart since you're not getting up close to actors and directing them, and it's probably an easier industry to work at home than film, but it still seemed like this whole thing would be REALLY complicated, even though TLOUII's delay is more shipping the game out. Well:
  12. https://support.2k.com/hc/en-us/articles/360038371534-An-Important-Announcement-About-Battleborn-
  13. PC players with 17 years experience joined brand-new console lobbies for easy kills.
  14. 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!
  15. I bought The Last Door yesterday morning and ended up playing the whole thing in one sitting front to back. This was my very first Point & Click game since...Myst if that counts and I fucking loved it. I've always stayed away from games like this but I've enjoyed this so much, I can't wait to check out some classics, and otherwise great, games in this vein. Throw some suggestions with maybe a little explanation of what you like about it at me.
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