Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'General Gaming'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Gaming
    • The Spawn Point
    • The GM Screen
  • Non-Gaming
    • The Shower
    • The Political Re-Education Camp
    • The Performing Arts Centre
    • The Locker Room
  • Administration
    • The Help Desk

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


About Me

  1. 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.
  2. Man, we're at the middle of summer already! How time flies when EVERYTHING totally freakin' sucks ! Ah well...you know what to do to have a chance to have the RNG Gods smile upon thee!
  3. Lots has been said about the pandemic spoiling game releases and schedules. There's obviously truth to it, especially with the state certain games launched in (like Cyperpunk 2077, Battlefield 2042) and the delays we’re seeing. There's also fewer 'next-gen only' marquee titles than could otherwise be expected by now, but that's more difficult to pin on COVID. Still, I feel there's a lack of perspective on this compared to the XBO and PS4 by this point. I don't think we've seen a major difference in big game release schedules. That's incredible if you think about it. Just look at the lists I've compiled below. It could be that we're only starting to see the broader impact of the pandemic this holiday. But 2023 is already pretty stacked, and still arguably front loaded at the moment. (RE4, Dead Space, Redfall, Suicide Squad, Forza, BoTW2, then Starfield and FFXVI in summer. GoW2?) The lists contain AAA (and the occasional Hellblade-esque AA) games comparing generations. I left out CoD since it's there every year pretty much, and Nintendo since they operate on a different timetable: First Holiday First Full Calendar Year Second Calendar Year to June (now) Anyone else agree or disagree? Anything big I'm missing here?
  4. Kyle Bosman is creating episodes of Delayed Input | Patreon WWW.PATREON.COM Become a patron of Kyle Bosman today: Get access to exclusive content and experiences on the world’s largest membership platform for artists and creators.
  5. Return to Monkey Island | Coming 2022 RETURNTOMONKEYISLAND.COM Announcing Return to Monkey Island, the long-awaited follow-up to the legendary Secret of Monkey Island and Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revenge by Ron Gilbert’s Terrible Toybox in collaboration with Devolver Digital and Lucasfilm Games, coming 2022. OMG OMG OMG
  6. I might need to finally give this game a shot. Not done yet, they're about 4/5 the way through the code. Bonus:
  7. 2022 begins! I just got impatient and figured @Commissar SFLUFAN was busy so I'm making 2022. This is just where you post which games you've completed this year and comment on/critique them. I just finished another playthrough of Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart. Fun factor alone makes R&C games a joy to revisit, though I played so many R&C games last year that I think I'm good for a while. 2022 Games Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart
  8. The holidays yielded many PSN/Nintendo eShop cards, as well as plenty of Amazon gift cards, so I've been on a bit of a tear. Within the last few weeks I've purchased... KOTOR (Switch) Ghost of Tsushima (PS5) Hitman 3 + Hitman 1 & 2 Access Passes (PS5) Metroid Dread (Switch)
  9. I gotta say, initially I was quite optimistic when they added Jess as she seemed like a big fan, really positive, was just gonna bring a breath of fresh air and perspective, etc. But now after listening for a few months she’s just a big bummer. She’s cynical about everything and seems like she tries to one up everyone’s personal stories with stuff I’m not entirely sure actually happened to her. I’m still a big fan of everyone else and felt they were kind of getting a nice chemistry together, especially Jan. But Bombcasts kind of pile up on my phone now. Am I way off here?
  10. HARVESTELLA is a Life Simulation RPG where you can enjoy daily life, socializing, and adventuring. For example, you could spend a relaxing day farming, fishing, or raising livestock, head to town to chat up the locals, or step bravely into a dungeon to take on some monsters - the choice is yours. Whatever activities you engage in (and there a lot of things you can do), time constantly passes. You’re free to spend it as you please, but every 30 days, the seasons change: Spring, summer, autumn, winter. But there’s one more season to worry about in HARVESTELLA: Quietus! It occurs as the seasons shift. During this time, the crops wither and the deadly dust prevents people from walking around outside. You’ll have to plan your farming and activities around the endless march of time - and the approach of Quietus. The Story HARVESTELLA takes place on a planet where four giant crystals, known as the Seaslight, govern the seasons. All life receives their blessings. One day, the Seaslight start behaving abnormally. Quietus begins to visit in the interim between seasons - and quickly establishes itself as the season of death. The Seaslight glow with a strange light, emitting a dust formed of light that threatens all it touches - crops die, and people are trapped inside. During one particular Quietus, your character - a traveler - collapses in an isolated village. You meet a girl called Aria, who claims to have come from the future and is researching the mysteries of this new, unwelcome season. Thus you and she take the first step on a journey that will reveal the very truth of the world. SQUARE ENIX | The Official SQUARE ENIX Website - Tagged WWW.SQUARE-ENIX-GAMES.COM Welcome to the official SQUARE ENIX website. Find all the latest news and updates about your favourite games and upcoming releases.
  11. As someone who genuinely enjoys watching/listening to the deconstruction/critical analysis of video games, I figured it was time we had a thread where we could post any channels that we subscribe to so that other posters will know about them. I'll post those that I'm familiar with along with a video as a sample of their style/content: Noclip (documentary) Matthewmatosis (commentary/analysis) MrBtongue (commentary/analysis) GVMERS (documentary) MisterCaption/Caption (analysis/critique) Super Bunnyhop (analysis/commentary) Gameumentary/Gameumentary on Escapist Magazine (documentary) Joseph Anderson (analysis/critique) Noah Caldwell-Gervais (analysis/critique) NeverKnowsBest (analysis/critique) hbomberguy (analysis/critique) Gaming Historian (documentary) Downward Thrust (commentary/analysis)
  12. Get your PErsonal Terminal ready – Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection is on the way, bringing ten .EXEllent adventures to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC in 2023! You read that right – ten adventures featuring Lan Hikari and MegaMan.EXE are on the way, including: Mega Man™ Battle Network Mega Man™ Battle Network 2 Mega Man™ Battle Network 3 White Mega Man™ Battle Network 3 Blue Mega Man™ Battle Network 4 Red Sun Mega Man™ Battle Network 4 Blue Moon Mega Man™ Battle Network 5 Team Protoman Mega Man™ Battle Network 5 Team Colonel Mega Man™ Battle Network 6 Cybeast Gregar Mega Man™ Battle Network 6 Cybeast Falzar
  13. Looks like a direct sequel to Arkham Knight Outside of Robin looking like Tom Holland for some reason, this looks awesome.
×
×
  • Create New...