r/gaming Jun 30 '21 Wholesome 1

What are you playing Wednesday! Weekly Play Thread

What game's got your attention this week? What's great about it? What sucks? Tell us all about it!

This thread is posted weekly on Wednesdays (adjustments made as needed).

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u/Rejected_Hyrule_Hero Jun 30 '21

Continuing Horizon: Zero Dawn on PS4 after a while. The game is really good, but in my opinion has a few things that should not be missing in a title like this - biggest of all: climbing, sometimes having to follow the specific trail really kills the immersion of the hunt. Also, the fact that most of the foliage and water has very low/no physics.

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u/[deleted] Jun 30 '21

Yeah, I’m wondering what the answer is to the climbing thing. I’ve be playing Valhalla here and there and the freeform climbing that game features is also really annoying. HZD’s obvious yellow climbing markings were a bit simple-feeling but at least Aloy moves at a good clip and it has some inertia as a result - Tsushima had this issue too. Neither method seems quite right. Spider-Man does it right but he’s got unique capabilities

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u/Rejected_Hyrule_Hero Jun 30 '21

Yep, I've felt the same when I played MGSV - absolute great game, but having the chance to climb only where allowed made the infiltration a bit more repetitive. But I think that Horizon is really suffering from this, being a game based on the hunting experience. I still haven't played Tsushima and Valhalla.

I would say that the most satisfying experience of freedom in a wild world is still BotW, for me.

Also, the fact that there is no stamina and I can just push Aloy to run full speed for all the map is something I don't like very much.

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u/[deleted] Jun 30 '21

I’d bet that a stamina meter was considered at some point - saving it being an extra bonus of good trap-setting and preparation. Once combat actually pops off though things move so fast that it was probably too stressful. I’m excited to play BotW when I finally get a Switch, it seems to pretty clearly be the gold standard for open world gameplay, especially emergent and / or interconnected systems stuff, which I like a lot.

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u/Rejected_Hyrule_Hero Jun 30 '21

Yep, for the combat it would have definitely been a problem.

If you haven't played BotW yet, you're in for a great experience. I may be a bit biased being a fan, but it is really the best open world experience. Also, it's filled with an astonishing number of details and possibly regarding the physics of objects and weapons.

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u/jamrollo Jun 30 '21

I'm actually starting both of these games too at the moment! I'm dropping Valhalla to focus on Horizon tbh. Valhalla is good, just haven't played an AC properly since the third title (dipped my toe into Origins which I liked!) and I was thinking they might have changed things up story-wise. Like the gameplay, just not really being captivated by the story.

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u/[deleted] Jun 30 '21

The reaction seems mixed but personally I wish they’d just jettison the present-day stuff. It was MOST interesting with Desmond and that still didn’t culminate in anything too worthwhile. I’m playing this game because I want to play as a viking, not because I want to read tense family email chains

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u/jamrollo Jul 01 '21

Yeah I'm with you there.

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u/ThrowawayTrashcan7 Jul 01 '21

Ahhh I just had to refund it :( My cpu was getting to 90° (it usually maxes out at 80° but I try to keep it at 70)

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u/Rejected_Hyrule_Hero Jul 01 '21

Aaaaah, I'm sorry about that. I know it has better graphic options for PC (I'm playing on PS4 Slim), but I don't even try to get it. My laptop has an old i3 2.0ghz, guess I'm out of the league with the current stuff.

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u/Navigational_ Jun 30 '21

Its wensday my dudes, and im playing Work :(

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u/Rejected_Hyrule_Hero Jun 30 '21

At least we are half-week, friend.

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u/Buffalong Jun 30 '21

AHhhhhgh

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u/CZS1985 Jul 01 '21

I'm playing call out of work

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u/Mogar_Pogar Jul 01 '21

First time playing RDR2 on my PS4. So far I'm over the moon with this game

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u/Liraniz Jul 01 '21

Have fun! This is a gem

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u/Brokenbookss Jul 01 '21

Sooooo good

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u/outlawisbacc Jun 30 '21

Dying light, because it's my first pc game.

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u/ShinyTrombone Jun 30 '21

It's pretty great ain't it.

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u/outlawisbacc Jun 30 '21

Yeah, loads of fun.

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u/Com_Truise_92 Jul 01 '21

That game is a gem. Enjoy it!

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u/CZS1985 Jun 30 '21

I'm playing Tony hawk remastered!

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u/LiteBrightKite Jul 01 '21

Incredible game!

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u/renblur Jun 30 '21

Escape From Tarkov is about to wipe. I’m excited as fuck

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u/Upset_Newspaper_7620 Jun 30 '21

When is the Wipe? i Re-Downloaded and i have the 150 dollar pack is there any content coming out?

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u/4thandOne Jul 01 '21

What does "wipe" mean?

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u/comeinmybasement Jul 01 '21

I havent played escape from tarkov but in other games when something wipes it usually means everything is reset.

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u/4thandOne Jul 01 '21

Oh OK, like how other games call it seasons?

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u/WoollenJarl Jun 30 '21

Playing some mass effect. Making up for the lost time of not getting into it on it initial release with legendary edition.

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u/res30stupid PlayStation Jun 30 '21

Yeah, I had a week off from work so I was getting caught up in my own playthrough. All I need to do now is the last few story missions then the Arrival DLC.

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u/[deleted] Jun 30 '21

Control on PS5. I was not expecting to have Psi-Ops: the Mindgate Conspiracy so closely referenced, but that is effusive praise, not a complaint. I’m really enamored with the way the narrative is presented, how psychedelic and stylish it is. It’s also made me laugh a lot considering how serious and heady it is at the same time. If it’s like Twin Peaks I find that to be so not just because it’s weird (though it is), but because the presentation is so vivid but manages to move through so many moods without seeming disjointed. I expected to enjoy it but I’m really captivated.

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u/MaybeAMuseumWorker Jun 30 '21

I just beat the main game on PS4 and am now getting into the DLC! Almost done with the Foundation DLC and it is fantastic. Very excited for the second DLC as Alan Wake is in my top 3 favorite games!

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u/take5b Jun 30 '21

I found the combat really hard but I stuck through it because I felt the same way about the vibe and setting. So good.

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u/doswankos Jun 30 '21

Jedi fallen order, really appreciate a souls like game that’s actually accessible and not a ball ache to play. Looks stunning on ps5 too with the update

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u/Gross_Success Jun 30 '21

I just started Steins Gate Elite, and played for a couple of hours. I'm not very impressed by the writing so far, does it get better?

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u/Buster_Fella Jun 30 '21

Haven't played the game but I have watched the anime. It takes a while to get going but when it does it's amazing.

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u/Gross_Success Jun 30 '21

Well, there are tons of games in the series, I'll just have to hope the good content is in this one.

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u/ShinyTrombone Jun 30 '21

I'm playing Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. So far it feels like a mix between Bloodborne and God of War. I've been wandering around a lot and the combat is pretty fucking ruthless. The story is better then I expected.

I'm enjoying it on my new AOC monitor with 144hz and 1ms input latency. I came from a 60hz, decade old LG TV. So the difference is pretty amazing.

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u/em2140 Jul 01 '21

The story in fallen order is leagues better than the sequels for sure.

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u/thesetback PlayStation, PC, Switch Jun 30 '21

Spyro: Reignited Trilogy. It’s been a long time, but if I remember correctly, the original Spyro was one of, if not the first game, I ever got. I had played other games before, but the first system I ever actually owned was a PS1 that my uncle was selling. Got Spyro at a Blockbuster either that same day, or the next. Has been a great nostalgia trip replaying them.

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u/BananaStew5 Jul 01 '21

Playing Control, Dishonored, Skyrim, Pikuniku, New Vegas.

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u/Desperate-Speed5477 Jun 30 '21

Death Stranding, love it so far

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u/BananaStew5 Jul 01 '21

“Great, so I’m Mario and you’re Princess Peach”

“No, you’re Mario and I’m Princess Beach

Proceeds to run on the beach together, smiling

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u/chris_packit Jun 30 '21

Just got a 144hz monitor, never played over 60fps so I am enjoying every PS5 game I can that supports 120fps. Thinking of trying Doom Eternal which just got patched for PS5. Probably will play more Warzone if I don't buy Doom...money is a little tight since buying my monitor!

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u/Akuago66 Jun 30 '21

I started playing Ori and the Will of the Wisps because I played the first one 100% and really enjoying it so far! _^

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u/PippiShlongStocking Jun 30 '21

Can’t go wrong with a little star dew

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u/De_Conducteur Jun 30 '21

The wild at heart when im home from work and working out.

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u/Liraniz Jul 01 '21

The wild at heart is such a adorable fun game!

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u/[deleted] Jun 30 '21

Still more Star Wars Empire at War on PC and Dragon Age Inquisition on PS4.

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u/MrLegacy718 Jun 30 '21

Still Destiny 2 and Death Stranding...I'm also playing "Buying PS5 for My Friends" game and so far I got two! They will be more than glad when they get their hands on them.

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u/Cpt_Mi11er Jun 30 '21

Just started Sekiro yesterday. Started it before but didnt get far and sidetracked so planning in beating it this time

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u/new2earth17 Jun 30 '21

Mass effect Legendary Edition. Everything. Nothing.

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u/Milky_1q Jun 30 '21

Undertale, playing for the first time and I love it. The game has so much personality and a great soundtrack to go with it

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u/StinkyBart Jun 30 '21

Portal 1 and 2 this week probably just bought it in a package on summersale, thinking of hades too

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u/Sandy909090 Jul 03 '21

Hades is awesome game

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u/DragoonTM Jul 01 '21

Tonight it's all about Elite: Dangerous in VR. I've rediscovered my love for this game since I picked up my HP Reverb G2.

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u/JohnTheLadWasTaken Jul 01 '21

Mario 3d all stars playing 64 rn and its one of the most fun games ive played in a while!

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u/IronPainting Jul 01 '21

Halo: The Master Chief Collection and Quake

Having played Doom and Half Life, I saw it fit to try these legendary games as well.

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u/S_a_m_p_l_e_T_3_x_t Jul 02 '21

From my crusade on the Steam Summer Sale, I picked up Deep Rock Galactic, The Elder Scrolls 5 Special Edition, and The Stanley Parable.

Deep Rock Galactic was a game that I recently realized took me an entire fucking year (or longer) to decide on getting, and rediscovered it’s existence while browsing. Very nice community, great game, 100% recommend to anyone else.

I don’t think this one needs too much of an explanation, but elder scrolls 5 is just such a good game for me imo, it feels much much more free and open than most games I’ve played before, and the price that it was at, because of the steam summer sale, this was an absolute steal.

The Stanley Parable is the last game, that I had watched gameplay of several years ago, and have also rediscovered it. The game’s made me laugh a couple of times so far, and it’s fairly great, despite how simple it looks on the outside… I think.

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u/mtw7171 Jul 01 '21

Hades.

Needed a time killer that I could hop on and off fairly easily. Heard good things. Only like 1 hour in so far with a couple resets. Having fun!

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u/take5b Jun 30 '21

Stardew Valley

Not normally my type of game at all but after getting bored with the endless boring shooting of Saints Row 3 and having some stress in my life I am in the mood for something cute and that I can do while listening to music or podcasts.

I started yesterday so I’m still figuring out the basics

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u/Sosaboy Jun 30 '21

The wiki helps a lot! Maybe check out some tips and tricks video a lot of fun. Enjoy :)

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u/Glowing_Purple1985 Jun 30 '21

I've been sucked into the Fallout universe for a long time. If it's not Fallout, it's something Legend of zelda or a bioshock type shooter at least for now.

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u/BananaStew5 Jul 01 '21

Favorite game in each of those series?

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u/AvengerGuardian Jun 30 '21

Doing a Witcher marathon on my twitch! I am enjoying it since it’s my first time with the games. Love the whole franchise!

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u/FireCharter Jun 30 '21

I just finished Far Cry 5. It is... probably the worst game I've played since back at the tail end of the N64 era where Nintendo was seemingly letting any fucking company make licensed games. If you weren't around back then, let me tell you that there were some stinkers back then that were so confusing that it wasn't clear who they were for or how they got made. Far Cry 5 belongs squarely in that same camp of: what the fuck is this, who let this happen to us, and how can we prevent this and make sure that they never do it again?

  1. The constant bugs are unbelievable for a game that isn't just newly released to the public, but now three years old (including one particular game-breaking bug after beating Faith that, even with ALL the updates installed, still weren't fixed and left me on a black screen hoping that resetting my console would fix them).

  2. The wishywashy politics of the game (in real life so many of the people on my "team" would have happily joined the cult based on people's behavior in real life, zero brainwashing or drugging necessary). I don't mind if a game says nothing about politics at all, and in fact, most of the time, I probably prefer it. But to fucking pretend like you have something to say and then literally say nothing and ignore all of reality is just offensively demeaning to everybody's intelligence.

  3. Speaking of "having nothing to say and speaking anyway", does every single character in the game have to tell me their whole life story any time I want to get a new quest? This game is belligerently overwritten. What, did Ubisoft accidentally hire 10,000 writers instead of 10? Why is there more dialogue in this single game than in every single Tarantino movie combined??? The worst offenders by far, obviously, are the four main bad guys, and speaking of them...

  4. The absolute bullshit gameplay mechanic in all three regions in which you are forcibly captured, not once, but three times per region (by the way, ever heard of James Bond tropes, Ubisoft??? After you capture somebody eight times and they still break out every single time, maybe just shoot them in the head the ninth time instead of capturing them again??) interrupting whatever quest you are doing and effectively breaking the facade of an open world wide open.

  5. I didn't hate this part of the game, I was just confused by it: why are there almost twice as many objectives in each region as you actually need to finish that region? Maybe three times as many in Whitetail Mountains. On the one hand, I like that it gives you options for how to finish each region, but on the other hand, it makes getting 100% not feel like "mopping up the little bits you missed before" but playing endless irrelevant missions. It's just odd.

  6. So many of the missions, especially early in the game, seem to require co-op to be reasonable missions. And the shitty AI for your companions doesn't cut it. They would regularly run right in front of my right as I was throwing a grenade (then the grenade bounces off of them and blows us both up). It was better to just leave them at home half the time. The cougar + bear + me in an helicopter combo was a reasonable one, but then it swung the other way and almost made the later bases way too easy to take.

  7. The endless spiritual hymns aren't clever, they're annoying. Nobody who would be in this cult would only listen to spirituals. At least give us some decent country music as part of the main soundtrack too.

  8. SPOILERS That is literally the worst ending I have ever seen since NES games that just ended with "Congratulations!" I've been playing games for 30+ years. I cannot believe that the "good ending" doesn't at least let me shoot that asshole in the face. I mean, let the world end or not (although I am confused about how the fuck you make a Far Cry 6 after this, but also, who cares), yet if I don't get a real final fight with this shitty, annoying ass final boss, you've wasted every second of my time! End of sentence period full stop. Does Ubisoft think that people play videogames with an annoying, constantly whining, complaining arch-nemesis style villain just so that the villain will beat you in the end, no matter what you do or what choices you make?? Who would willingly play that game??

TL;DR - Far Cry 5 was beyond terrible. I had fun playing it at a few moments because the combat mechanics were mostly decent, but Ubisoft might as well have used the same mechanics to release a Battle Royale style FPS without a story, because this story was so bad that I am offended by its unrepentant awfulness on behalf of the billions of people who haven't even been born yet but who might some day learn that it exists.

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u/Liraniz Jul 01 '21

All in all I kinda agree with you, I still had fun tho+ I really liked the soundtracks

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u/Mortensj86 Jun 30 '21

I think FC5 is a really good game. But then again: I don’t care if my character speaks or not, and almost all the dialoges and cutscenes are skippable but just holding in one button. That forcing-thing is what I see most people hate with the game, but I just accepted it (a bit strange though when in plane or helicopter). It’s certainly not a game for those who like a deep story, but for me it was just perfect: Easy and fun - and the scenery/landscape was just my taste.

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u/FireCharter Jun 30 '21

I agree with you that the combat mechanics are solid... but if they didn't want to make a game with a story, this is the wrong kind of game for them to have made. It should have just been a multiplayer game.

It isn't as if the single player campaign was an afterthought that is kind of silly or cheesy (which would be forgivable). They clearly spent millions of dollars and countless hours on writing and developing it. It is just overwritten, nonsensical garbage that obviates the meaning of every single action and ounce of effort that you, the player, put into the game.

You are right that you could skip every single cutscene and almost all the dialogue. You could also start a movie on netflix and immediately skip to the last 30 seconds of the movie. That wouldn't make it a "really good" movie, now would it? If they are going to have that stuff before the last 30 seconds, then it shouldn't suck. (By the way, part of my criticism is that the last 30 seconds really, really, really did suck!)

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u/FireCharter Jun 30 '21

I don’t care if my character speaks or not

By the way, just because you brought it up, and I think that this is super interesting, I also don't care if our character speaks or not, and one thing that Ubisoft did right is that I barely even noticed this fact until you just pointed it out!

I think that at one or two points it occurred to me that I ought to be speaking, but I assumed that it was related to the same "ungendered" decision that much of the supporting cast's dialogue reflected. People kept calling you " 'em" as in short for "them" because the game let you pick a man or a woman (I picked a woman), and then didn't want to have any or much specific dialogue addressing which you were. So I assumed that the choice to not have you ever speak on camera amounted to the same, the game not committing to you being either a male or female main character.

Anyway, I assume that you bring that up because other people criticized that aspect of the game (which is interesting for me to now think about, so thank you!), but really a few of my favorite games of all time have main characters that never speak, like Chrono Trigger and some of the Legend of Zelda games!

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u/Mortensj86 Jun 30 '21

Yes. I read that many didn’t like that the character was speechless. Some of my friends pointed out that too. And they’re into more linear story-driven games than me. I’m a more casual gamer (still) and my gaming experience isn’t that big. That may also explain why i like FC5: It’s pretty easy to get into and pretty forgiving

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u/FireCharter Jun 30 '21

Fair enough, friend!

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u/surrealrager Jun 30 '21

Mushihimesama on Switch! It's so good. Started on the lowest difficulty and I've moved up tonight.

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u/Kirmore Jun 30 '21

Binding of isaac Repentance. Meanwhile i just bought the nathan drake trilogy, to get on point to this incredible story (i've had played the 1 on the ps3 in 2008, 13 years ago...). Can't wait to see how this turns out !

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u/Gift_505 Jun 30 '21

Burnout Paradise or Civ 5

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u/IgnisSolus4X Jun 30 '21

Darksiders 3 on ps4

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u/Hot-Grass-3772 Jun 30 '21

Pokemon sword and shield or crying idk

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u/Hot-Grass-3772 Jun 30 '21

Update: both

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u/JessicaSmithStrange Jun 30 '21

Got stuff to do today, but I'm STILL trying to complete Persona 5.

3rd play through, and I'm ahead on some people, causing days where nothing happens, but I'm on track to miss some of the confidants I completed the last time, and miss Empress.

I can't seem to complete the confidants, probably due to the days where nobody wants to hang out.

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u/Buster_Fella Jun 30 '21

I have been playing CrossCode and have been really enjoying it. 30 hours in and at the jungle temples but I have reached a bug where the game crashes at a specific place so I'm going to have to find another game to play while I wait for a bug fix. :/

I have also been playing Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Haven't been too impressed with it so far but I am only 14 hours in (Chapter 3) and I hear it gets better at Chapter 4.

And on the side I have been playing DJMAX RESPECT and some Splatoon 2 just for fun.

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u/RehanGamer7 Android Jun 30 '21

Gonna Play Warzone, Genshin Impact And Minecraft As Im Still In School

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u/Aleksandria_07 Jun 30 '21

I'm playing Tainted grail. I've recently discovered this CCG and I'm just exploring its potential.

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u/[deleted] Jul 01 '21

Is it any good? I’ve been looking for a CCG like Slay the Spire for a while.

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u/Aleksandria_07 Jul 03 '21

Yes, it's really engaging. I would say that it has brought something new to the CCG, but the bases are the same which contributes to the game perfection. I think you shoul try it^

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u/RehanGamer7 Android Jun 30 '21

Codm, Fortnite, Pokemon X And Y, Minecraft And Genshin

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u/uzarta Jun 30 '21

Gears tactics ! Using them op snipers

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u/myhamsterisajerk Jun 30 '21

Assassins Creed Valhalla. It's not as good as Origins or Odyssey imo, but it's still fun.

Now knowing how tedious and big the map can be, i take my sweet time with it. If it's comparable to Odyssey in terms of size and stuff to do, it will keep me occupied for quite a while.

But also ordered Scarlet Nexus today. Looking forward to that one as well, as i'm a big fan of the Tales series.

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u/LePotatoShark Jun 30 '21

Currently this week i have been playing playing Monster Hunter Iceborne, gear tactics and also medal of honor airborne :D fun week

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u/Blaggablag Jun 30 '21

Just pulled the plug on Post Scriptum. So far it's just about everything I hoped it to be.

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u/jamrollo Jun 30 '21

After work I'm going to dive into Chivalry 2, which is my usual weekday game routine. I only hope that I evade the wrath of the dreaded Bread Boy...

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u/Sosaboy Jun 30 '21

been playing Lego city (solo) and playing deep rock galactic with my brothers whenever they’re on :)

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u/silentjes Jun 30 '21

RDR2 and some Apex Legends.

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u/justadudebruh PlayStation Jun 30 '21

I’m thinking I might give Mortal Shell on the PS5 a try, has anyone here played it? Thoughts?

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u/Upset_Newspaper_7620 Jun 30 '21

Albion online :D its my Day Off

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u/Admiral_Fancypants Jun 30 '21

Picked up Katamari Damacy ReRoll for $10 this morning.

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u/Lyradep Jun 30 '21

NBA 2K21. It’s okay. Very janky and animation-controlled movement really hurts it tho.

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u/NiikolasJX Jun 30 '21

Fortnite, Roblox, Im gonna start to play Genshin Impact today (PC).

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u/Prestonc9999 Jun 30 '21

Started my day with playing Nier Automata and moving on to the Blood and Wind DLC for the Witcher 3 later on.

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u/JustForFun____ Jun 30 '21

Insurgency: Sandstorm

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u/workerONE Jun 30 '21

Battlefield V. I couldn't stand it when it came out- stuttering unplayable mess. Now with wake island and other content I think it's my favorite BF ever.

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u/angrystudent94 Jun 30 '21

Installed PCSX2 and playing some of my favorite PS2 games, starting with the Silent Hill series

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u/heather8422 Jun 30 '21

Dead by Daylight. There’s an event going on right now. What can I say? I’m a glutton for punishment.

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u/ShinjiTakeyama D20 Jul 01 '21

Langrisser II

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u/buffalosaucedaddy Jul 01 '21

Monster Hunter Rise! It's great but towards the endgame it can feel grindy and aimless so I'm looking for some new switch games. Nothing has grabbed my attention yet though

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u/GiveMeMoreDuckPics Jul 01 '21

I’m downloading final fantasy online right now. I almost quit already when I had to enter in my game registration code. I have minor dyslexia. It took a good 10 tries.

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u/CallsMeCols Jul 01 '21

No Mans Sky. I wasn’t sure about it first. It’s starting to grow on me now.

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u/Different-Region-873 Jul 01 '21

I was playing rockman x dive. It's now available around the world. For some reason I couldn't play it.

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u/[deleted] Jul 01 '21

Me and my buddy have been playing Far Cry 5. This is a pretty great game to be honest.

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u/StrangerZilla06 Jul 01 '21

Playing Smash Bros. with my cousin with the occasional Left for Dead 2

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u/craigodo Jul 01 '21

Getting back into Apex legends recently but haven't played since season 2 so fair to say i am pretty bad right now

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u/Loud_Hat9523 Jul 01 '21

I'm playing doom eternal because the game is darn good worth it for 59 usd and 38 gb.

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u/Psychological-Farm54 Jul 01 '21

Chivalry 2 is amazing me right now. Multiplayer is fantastic, but now I'm wishing for some kind of story mode...

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u/TitaniumDragon Jul 01 '21

I just beat Kingdom Hearts 3, but am fiddling around with the post-game content.

Honestly, the game is pretty atrocious, but I still feel like I want to finish it, so that I have "done it" and then never touch it again, ever.

It was just such a mess.

I'm also on the last level of It Takes Two, so hopefully will be beating that this weekend as well.

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u/Tickonsociety Jul 01 '21

Fallout 4, Fallout 3, and soon fallout 1

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u/Satrigon PlayStation Jul 01 '21

Playing yakuza 0, bought all the 6 parts so, I guess I'm settled for months because I'm not thinking rushing through the series, other than that I'm also playing dying light, CP 2077, KDC: Deliverance and many more, there are so many games I've to complete but backlogs just getting bigger

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u/Glowing_Purple1985 Jul 01 '21

In the Fallout series, I think each Fallout game has their own reasons for being liked but I've always really liked Fallout 3 and new Vegas. In the bioshock series, Bioshock Infinite is my favorite. I love the art style and how everything is connected. In the zelda series, there's too much to go into but I grew up playing my Nintendo 64 so Ocarina of time and majora's mask were my first favorites. My other favorites are twilight princess due to how dark and emotional the story is. Skyward Sword which is the origin story of the whole series, has some really food content aside from people complaining about motion controls.

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u/Ok_Bag_7477 Joystick Jul 01 '21

God eater 3, 30 minutes to find another player worth it

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u/69sdrawkcaB Jul 01 '21

I just got into Pokemon cards recently and I picked up Stick Fight The game for like 5 bucks on steam. Best money I’ve ever spend on a game btw.

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u/CaptainChivalry Jul 01 '21

A zelda ll nes hack.

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u/AkashicBird Jul 01 '21

I'm going to get destroyed but I'm playing Mario 64 for the first time and considering its reputation, I'm disappointed. It's kind of OK for its time (and I say that being 40), but I find a lot of small things frustrating (camera and controls, mainly) and it's not particularly good in any area. But I havent really been playing games for a while besides competitive stuff, maybe I don't like platformers anymore... (which would make me sad cause it was one of my favorite genre) That being said as much as I recognize Nintendo's talent for great game play on general, I don't really like Mario, so... Granted, I'm not very far so I'm going to push to finish it... But luckily the other games on 3D all stars will be more fun.

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u/Notorious_Realist Jul 02 '21

On PS5 : Dirt 5, Chivalry 2, Ratchet & Clank

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u/[deleted] Jul 02 '21

Gonna start Replicant finally. I’ve been playing mass effect legendary non stop

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u/HyperBlasterV2 Jul 02 '21

Quake Champions. It’s my first shot at arena shooters after a long life of tactical shooters like squad and Insurgency.

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u/BigBaws92 Jul 03 '21

Trying to finish my backlog of ps4 single player games: spider-man, god of war, horizon zero dawn, AC odyssey, witcher 3, death stranding, ghosts of tsushima. All of which are about 20-60% complete.

However, after playing for an hour or so I keep switching over to COD warzone for 4-5 hours. I just can't seem to stick with single-player these days

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u/ogorangeduck Jul 01 '21

Trying to get back into Rebel Galaxy; also bingeing Civ 6

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u/chemicalrecording27 Switch Jul 01 '21

ddlc + Ive wanted to play ddlc for so long but I've always been a consoles player was really happy when in realsed

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u/ElyaSoSo Jul 01 '21

It's Wednesday I'm worked, but when Saturday will come, I'll continue play in GoW 18. Don't sure that I like it, but will see

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u/Samdagger Jul 01 '21

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u/Casasa_Viruz Jul 01 '21

Gang beast