r/gaming Sep 01 '21 Silver 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/GordoHeartsSnake Sep 01 '21

Finished God of War. So amazing I bought 1 and 2 off Amazon so I'm waiting for those to arrive.

I'm a divorced dad and I'm trying to reconnect with my kids so I'm getting into Minecraft as that is their favorite game. This is especially working with my daughter as she opens up a lot more to me when I ask her questions about. I got to talk to them on the phone the other day and her response to some of my questions is that when they come to visit this weekend, she'll log into her tablet and help me build my world. It was the longest she spoke to me in a long time.

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u/areyoucheeksy Sep 01 '21

Sad to hear about the divorce. But hey, Life always is full of surprises. I wish you all the luck for getting back to your kids

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u/Snoo61755 Sep 01 '21

Minecraft is one of those ‘fun for all ages’ types, thanks to goals being largely self-set. Whether your favorite activity is turning a cliffside into a house, perusing underground caves, hunting for temples, creating your dream farm, or my favorite: ocean exploration, there’s always a bunch to do.

It opens up even further once you get into online options. Download other people’s maps, like a 1:1 scale reproduction of the world of Spirited Away or New York, or fun trap worlds. Multiplayer opens up the possibility of mini-games like Hunger Games maps, obstacle courses, snowball fights, or battle royale.

Then we got mods. Now, I’m the sort who actually likes playing vanilla single-player Minecraft, so I don’t dig too much into stuff like changing the direction of gravity to make a ‘drop world’, or adding new monsters and combat abilities that aren’t in the base game, but I do have a beefier PC nowadays so I do go for prettier blocks, and I never get tired of seeing the sun reflect off of wood and water.

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u/Ch33kyMnk3y Sep 02 '21

God of war was one of my favorite console games of all time. Hands down. Freakin loved that game.

My son played a lot of minecraft in its early days, I just could not get into it like that. But it was buggy as hell before it got sold to MS, so might be tolerable now. I totally get you though about gaming with your kids. Although I am not single now, and my son is 22, I can absolutely say it def helps build a connection. My son wasn't into to camping and backpacking and all the other stuff that I was/am, but we both loved gaming and we spend a LOT of time together doing that!

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u/ColoradoBoy13 Sep 27 '21

Agreed on God of War, addictive as hell! Although to short imo. With they would make an MMO that played like that.

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u/crossk1ll Sep 01 '21

Civilization VI. It just takes soooo long to do 1 game though

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u/Baller4centuries PlayStation Sep 01 '21

Awesome

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u/Canuck-eh-saurus Sep 02 '21

Just fired it up after awhile away - definitely like DLCs they cooked up lately.

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u/crossk1ll Sep 02 '21

Yeah loving gathering storm en rise and fall, really puts extra dimensions to it. It gets complex but it is so much more like the real world

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u/vasundhara-info Sep 01 '21

Yes, I know that

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u/CJHarts Sep 01 '21

Skyward Sword on Switch

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u/chucksstuntman Sep 01 '21

I'm looking to get skyward sword on FB Marketplace. I never played the original. is it good?

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u/CJHarts Sep 01 '21

Yes. I played the original so it's not really new to me, it's definitely an enjoyable game.

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u/Princecoyote Sep 01 '21

I just finished it after playing it for the first time and it's really good. Definitely different than BOTW, but still excellent.

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u/AdamAptor Sep 01 '21

As someone who also never played the original, it is very fun. I got into Zelda games last year when I played BoTW and so I’ll take any Zelda I can get. The motion controls take getting used to IMO but are fine once you put time in.

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u/chucksstuntman Sep 01 '21

the only zelda game I owned before breath of the wild was majors mask. still have it actually. one of my least favorite games lol. totally put me off zelda. breath looks and plays so much better. I enjoy it when I have time to play. I'd like to get skyward sword because it looks interesting to me.

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u/AdamAptor Sep 01 '21

Same. I never played it on the Wii so this has been a fun treat but it did take me a bit to get accustomed to motion controls. I tried the pro controller route and it felt awkward, but now I’m super into the game and mostly ok with the motion controls (looking at you, sword charge).

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u/swainmugwump PC Sep 01 '21

No Man's Sky on PC. The Frontiers update finally dropped and I usually go back to it after each update. The settlements are the most exciting part!

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u/im_on_the_case Sep 01 '21

Can't believe how this game has turned around, what a comeback story. From bitter disappointment at launch to a game I just can't get enough of.

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u/Down-on-earth Sep 02 '21

Frontiers has ruined No Man's Sky. It is nothing more than a farming and building game now. The game is no longer about space or exploration, just cutsie animals and base building, a far cry from the sci fi inspired look the game was supposed to be following. I was playing NMS , now I don't think I ever will again.

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u/take5b Sep 01 '21

Still playing my side secondary game of Stardew Valley on my (non «gaming ») laptop while slowly playing my main game of Building a New PC During a Chip Shortage. Currently at GPU boss fight.

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u/areyoucheeksy Sep 01 '21

Ikr. Waiting to play Control and Rottr but the shortages i feel your pain your but alone in this. My 6th gen i5 laptop is really struggling with valorant

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u/Peidalhasso Stadia Sep 01 '21

Returnal. I’m so damn close to the end.

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u/mtnjoker Sep 01 '21

Last of us 2

I enjoyed it so far but I get why some people don't like it Also rat king part was so freaking awesome

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u/iGaveYouOneJob Sep 02 '21

The game was too long for me personally, while I did enjoy it, it was exhausting trying to get through it

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u/squirrelcare0000 Sep 03 '21

Yeah trying to get through it was rough as a story driven game, but the combat is by far the best thing about the game. Rat king had me terrified, I loved it.

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u/DiamondGlare Xbox Sep 01 '21

persona 5 and fallout new vegas

they’re both incredible

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u/bornfromchrome Sep 01 '21

Playing Death Stranding for the first time

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u/MasonRemaley Sep 02 '21

Same here. I'm loving how goofy it is, but I am having a little trouble identifying with the characters because their motivations don't really make sense to me. Does it get better about that?

I trust that it's good based on recommendations from friends, but I don't actually know whether it's famous for the narrative, or the novel walking mechanic, or what, because I opted to not read anything about it before starting.

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u/dinososs Sep 02 '21

If you’re not sold on the character motivations now, you really won’t be by the end. Good game, though, all told.

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u/MasonRemaley Sep 02 '21

Good to know, helps me set me expectation. Definitely enjoying it other than that!

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u/actuallyimbatman Sep 01 '21

hows that going?

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u/Sheldonopolus Sep 01 '21

Psychonauts 2! Having a blast!

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u/konotiRedHand Sep 02 '21

Just beat it. Man that game was great.

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u/High_MacLeod Sep 01 '21

Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen🐲 (tweaking some mods, mostly)

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u/Snoo61755 Sep 01 '21

Steam keeps wanting me to play it. It’s always first in the “games you should play next!” Category. Clearly I’ve spent too long on Dark Souls.

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u/High_MacLeod Sep 03 '21

Dark Souls is a great franchise, but you could always give it a try on something different once in a while. Dragon's Dogma is totally worth it.

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u/lostblindpilot Sep 01 '21

I’m playing through AC Odyssey Fate of Atlantis DLC right now! I was told that I really should finish this before getting into Valhalla if I want some major plot points to make sense.

I really like the storytelling. I wanted a resounding ending at the end of Odyssey, and while I enjoyed the family plot line & the cultist reveal, I didn’t feel satisfied.

This DLC has done a pretty good job so far at tying up some loose ends & giving me more of that sweet sweet Isu content. And, and I’m pretty sure I’m not supposed to know this but my SO has Loose Lips, I think this writes Odyssey into the greater framework of the historic Assassin Order AND modern Assassin Order. I don’t know how much of that is The Fates of Atlantis or Legacy of The First Blade, BUT I know it’s somewhere in the DLCs.

I miss the overwhelming amount of stuff to do & things to interact with. The DLCs are really plot-driven (which makes sense). I just thought that I would have another too-much-stuff-on-the-map-that-I-need-to-do-but-I-dont-need-to-do-but-i’m-gonna-do-it moment.

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u/Ganglebot Sep 01 '21

I was so disappointed with 3 I stopped playing the series. I really, really didn't connect with the American mythos bits, and the ending was really lackluster for me. Plus, the whole pirates and ship sailing thing of Black Flag didn't appeal to me in the slightest.

I mean what drew me in was the crusades in the first. I was severely medium on the renaissance setting. I really like the ancient history stuff way more. That's what made me LOVE the series. That feeling of hidden ancient knowledge.

Can I jump right to Origins and Odyssey? Will I miss too much story if I miss the European ones?

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u/Stangstag Sep 02 '21

Just jump in. I stopped playing after Brotherhood but I enjoyed Odyssey. Story is a bit confusing but from my understanding they really dropped the whole Desmond storyline thing and the framework story doesn’t really matter much in the new games.

Exploring ancient Greece is so sweet

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u/FeistyKnight Sep 03 '21

Nah the good thing about the AC games is that other thean the present day sequences they're all basically stand alone titles(except for the ezio trilogy) while there are easter eggs and stuff , you're not really missing out on much. So, yes you can jump right into origins/odyssey/valhalla.

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u/Baller4centuries PlayStation Sep 01 '21

I’m gonna try this game out now

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u/brokentrolleywheel Sep 02 '21

Playing odyssey as we speak. What a fucking game

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u/A-Guardian-Rises Switch Sep 01 '21

I'm hooked on Apex Legends right now, but my parents are going to get me a gift so I'm asking for Horizon Zero Dawn. Any good on PC?

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u/DarkNinjaPenguin Sep 01 '21

You need a cracking PC to run it but it's just as good as on console.

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u/MrHazard1 Sep 01 '21

I love the port on pc. Feels so good compared to witcher

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u/Evernight Sep 02 '21

I have a mid range 1080 60 rig and it was just fine.

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u/Cryio Sep 01 '21

As long as your PC is up for it, sure.

It's not that intensive to run at equivalent PS4 settings of 1080p30 Medium settings though. An RX 560 or GTX 1050 would be fine.

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u/Baller4centuries PlayStation Sep 01 '21

Apex legends is filled with try hards 🤦‍♂️

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u/[deleted] Sep 01 '21

Mainly Skyrim on PS4. On my second and final playthrough, and this is going to be a long one, going all out this time.

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u/Not_a_creativeuser Sep 01 '21

Lol at "final"

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u/Evernight Sep 02 '21

I said that too like 3 years and 2 runs ago.

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u/AlexDDragame Sep 01 '21

Started playing Mario + Rabbits Kingdom Battle. Got it one day on sale, have minimal interest in Mario or Rabbits, but so far at least, pretty fun game. Not the best tactical game out there (I prefer Fire Emblem Three Houses and whay XCOM games I played over it, which aren't fair comparisons tbh, M+R KB is clearly intended as like approachable game for newbies and children and there is nothing wrong with that), but I have a blast playing it

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u/Loitering283 Sep 02 '21

Bloodborne.

Never touched since I bought a few years ago. Tried abit and gave up. Life was comfier stable then. Now life is hard, and bloodborne feels like a better game than life.

Just beat 2 bosses in 1 day and exploring tons of areas is amazinggg. Also my first souls like game. I'm loving it!

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u/Reegar1404 Sep 02 '21

Had the exact same experience. Perfect game when life gets you down. Have fun!!

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u/Loitering283 Sep 03 '21

Perfect game when life gets you down.

Shows how bad life is if bloodborne is an easier but still painful suffering :*

Thank you. I hope I am having fun, it's been great but suffering :*D

Hope you have fun with your games too :))

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u/Cryio Sep 01 '21

Resident Evil 2 on GameCube with HD Project.

A 23 year old console game is still fun and engaging.

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u/mtnjoker Sep 01 '21

Damn that's so cool man

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u/Cryio Sep 01 '21

I'll take that as sarcasm

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u/vasundhara-info Sep 01 '21

call of duty !!!

God of war !!!

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u/loaf_of_brett Sep 01 '21

Finished Psychonauts 2 last night. Really great game and a huge win for Xbox & Game Pass!

Going to finish Star Wars Light of the Jedi book and Demon Slayer manga over the next few days then it's either Ys 8 or Tales of Arise.

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u/ClassroomSevere Sep 01 '21

Psychonauts 2

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u/jones5662 Sep 01 '21

Just finished Hades (not 100%), moved onto Outriders

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u/Evernight Sep 02 '21

These two are not the same.

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u/jones5662 Sep 02 '21

No they are not, loved hades and enjoying outriders too! Doesn't run the best and it's a lot of loading and opening and closing inventory and stuff but a solid game I think!

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u/Boardgamesare Sep 02 '21

What are you running it on?

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u/jones5662 Sep 03 '21

Ps4, I'd like to see how it would run on Ps5 though

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u/Boardgamesare Sep 03 '21

If it’s anything like running it on a Series S than it is a world of difference. I started playing with my brother on an Xbox one x and I spent most of my time in load screens and slowed everything down. Got the S and I have spent more than 5 seconds waiting in load screens. Even when fast traveling between areas. Also the pause menus pop up instantly which makes a big difference.

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u/jones5662 Sep 07 '21

I want the series x sooo bad now haha! Was torn but game pass seals the deal imo

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u/Deep_Rope_3094 Sep 01 '21

A mix of command and conquer red alert 2 ( the superior CnC experience) and monster Hunter stories which is turning out to be a fine game !

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u/Civil-Big-754 Sep 02 '21

Warning: Military software detected, top secret clearance required!

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u/Yoshewaa Sep 02 '21

I’m actually playing GTA 4, it’s almost purely a nostalgic exercise, but I still really enjoy the game

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u/jzuccaro1 Sep 02 '21

Dark Souls 3. First souls game. Probably will keep playing until Elden Ring launches

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u/black_gravity27 Sep 01 '21

Loop Hero, and Erannorth Reborn. These Slay the Spire-like card games have my attention at the moment. If I get bored of them today, I'll switch over to the Path of Exile.

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u/Ganglebot Sep 01 '21

Elite Dangerous with my new HOTAS

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u/Evernight Sep 02 '21

Jealous!

I played with a gamepad and enjoyed my time. Broke down and bought a flight stick for Star Wars Squadrons. I need to come back to Elite.

Is Odyssey worth?

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u/Ganglebot Sep 02 '21

I haven't picked it up yet. Waiting for the reviews to get better.

What stick did you pickup?

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u/Canuck-eh-saurus Sep 02 '21

Not the dude but I recently got a warthog HOTAS for elite dangerous VR and I've never felt so immersed in my life!

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u/Ganglebot Sep 02 '21

Man, top of the line shit with that Warthog. I just grabbed the x52 myself.

I'm still on the fence for VR. I really want to go for it, but its a high price tag and I'm worried I'll use it for 30min before getting uncomfortable and taking it off. What's your experience been like with it?

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u/Canuck-eh-saurus Sep 02 '21

Ain't nothing wrong with th X52 either! Tbh, with elite dangerous I can play in VR for hours at a time, but even then I can get a bit hot and dizzy. With most games where you stand up and use the hand controllers, I can easily do an hour before it gets too be a bit much. The main issue I have is just having the motivation to actually play VR, because it's a bit cumbersome and I need to put contacts in, and its hard to drink while playing, etc. That said, it's worth it for elite dangerous VR alone - just docking on spacesrations alone is enough for me to say it's worth every penny.... lol the immersion just can't be beat. And you can just sit and use the HOTAS so it gets to be like you feel you are really sitting in that pilots seat... flicking a button to get docking permissions, doing a little barrel roll, pulling up menus that literally feel like they are in the air in front of you. It's awesome. Also Pavlov VR is so much fun for Terrorist Town MP games.... vr is worth it just for that game mode as well.

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u/Evernight Sep 02 '21

Logitech extreme 3d pro

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u/Ganglebot Sep 02 '21

Nice dude. I just picked up the x52.

I was worried I was overspending on something I'd use for a week. But oh man, I love this thing.

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u/Mueyfuego Sep 01 '21

Fallout 3. Played new Vegas a couple months back and decided to give it a go again considering I haven’t played since I was young. Still holds up good I’m having fun.

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u/edengstrom1 Sep 01 '21

Psychonauts 2

Really fun! I think I will have to go back and play the first one at some point.

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u/idc_idontcare Sep 01 '21

Adventure Quest Worlds, old flash player MMO that I've played on and off for about 8 years. Very nostalgic to me, plenty of fond memories when the game was much larger and I'd love to see it bigger again. I highly recommend anyone give it a chance if they are bored and on the internet.

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u/Nahuelwg Sep 01 '21

Laughs in poor

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u/utku1989 Sep 01 '21

Witcher 3 Wild Hunt

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u/PizzaWarrior321 Sep 01 '21

Cookie clicker as soon as it comes out on Steam!

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u/Gadgetphile Sep 01 '21

I usually play Jackbox nowadays but I just bought Portal. Waiting for it to get installed.

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u/areyoucheeksy Sep 01 '21 edited Sep 01 '21

Control, Haven't played bc my laptop is too slow lol but defo on my to try list. But although control is an amazing game, the story is good but it could be better

Hitman i have played only 3 lol amazing a game that is perfectly repayable must try

Haven't tried rise off then tomb raider but it is in my library because i got it for super Cheap on Steam£3

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u/AdamAptor Sep 01 '21

Trying to finish up Skyward Sword HD so I can finally get to my backlog of Zelda 3DS games I picked up. I’m excited bc I’ve never played OoT, MM, or LBW.

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u/Lanfer009 Sep 01 '21

Hola soy nuevo en Reddit

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u/Blueshound9 Sep 01 '21

Nothing. Can't find anything to keep my interest. Can't wait for some new games to come out. Preferably single player rpg.

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u/FeistyKnight Sep 03 '21

Have you played the new Assassin's creed games? If so , what did you think of them?

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u/Snoo61755 Sep 01 '21

Finishing up Hollow Knight.

Metroidvanias are usually not my type - I ended up spending a decent chunk of time wandering from dead end to dead end, trying to figure out what I was missing and what I can pass now.

Besides having to look up “how to pass black stuff,” I actually managed to do everything else without a guide and finished with 95% completion, including finding all the pale ores on my own, so I’m pretty proud of myself. I am going to look up the charms and mask shards I missed now, but I feel like I did better than I usually do in metroidvanias.

The game was quite atmospheric. I think hearing the rain in the City of Tears is what kept me coming back there.

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u/chriscorreacreates Sep 01 '21

Picked up Psychonauts 2 and Aliens Fireteam for my birthday. The former is awesomely creative and fun, while the latter is tense and engaging with friends on harder difficulties.

But, as has been the case for the last month, my partner and I cannot stop playing Dead By Daylight. She has it for the switch, and I’m on PS5. Throwing my body in front of the killer as they chase her never gets old.

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u/[deleted] Sep 02 '21

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u/Loitering283 Sep 02 '21

You mentioned stealth so how about MGS?

Granted I only played MGSV:TPP. I wasn't too keen on too much combat too last time, so MGS suited me just fine.

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u/[deleted] Sep 02 '21

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u/Loitering283 Sep 02 '21

Ya I guess, same person behind it. I never played Death Stranding but it looked super cool.

Hope you enjoy your first MGS if you get it in future :))

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u/Embarrassed-Gur3778 Sep 02 '21

Dishonored perhaps?

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u/Willbo144 Sep 02 '21

A Plague Tale: Innocence is a good story driven linear game to try if you haven't already.

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u/RoskisTheGame Sep 02 '21

I broke my original Ghost of Tsushima disc (bitter tears) and I was finally able to buy a new one so playing this finally after a long time

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u/Gunsmoke30 Sep 03 '21

I’m looking for a multiplayer game to play with a friend, anything Grindy or level based , maybe pvp action of some sort, anyone have any good suggestions? New or old

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u/BruhMoment14412 Sep 20 '21

Probably already played but castle crashers is always a blast. 1-4 players.

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u/-Firestar- Sep 03 '21

Running around in Realms of Magic because it was on sale. Good little thing for Terraria itch when you're out of Terraria to play. Very old school quest based.

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u/Unlikely-happy-99 Sep 01 '21

reddit

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u/Baller4centuries PlayStation Sep 01 '21

Huh ? 😂

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u/Which-Palpitation Sep 01 '21

I think I’m gonna try to get the epilogue to Hades, I’ve beaten Hades maybe 3 times, I’ll probably play it until Deathloop drops

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u/TheColaDragon Sep 01 '21

I've only beaten it 1s and I have come close so many times. I know I can do it. Good Luck to you too.

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u/Evernight Sep 02 '21

I'm playing Prey 2017 right now and Mooncrash to prep for Deathloop

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u/Evernight Sep 02 '21

I'm playing Prey 2017 right now and Mooncrash to prep for Deathloop

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u/DocktorD Sep 01 '21

Yakuza Kiwami 2 still. Addictive and takes a while with all the side content.

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u/wnd_w Sep 01 '21

Same, I've been spending so much time on Yakuza games lately.

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u/DocktorD Sep 01 '21

Nice. Which one are you on?

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u/wnd_w Sep 02 '21

I finished 0 and Kiwami, currently same as you - Kiwami 2.

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u/Shadrackattigah Sep 01 '21

Residents hunt

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u/Kapiteinlulhaas Sep 01 '21

Factory Town has completely taken over my free time non stop. Extremely underrated indie game.

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u/Baller4centuries PlayStation Sep 01 '21

2k21 on ps4

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u/[deleted] Sep 01 '21

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u/DocktorD Sep 01 '21

I would use a RCA to HDMI converter

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u/Wobbleflopper Sep 01 '21

A few ranked games on league then some of my friends and I are thinking about starting up on Valheim.

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u/shadowDon172 Sep 01 '21

[PROTOTYPE] on PC

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u/Evernight Sep 02 '21

There's an oldie. Nice.

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u/idontwant2liveanymor Sep 01 '21

Witcher… again

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u/Methodic1 Sep 01 '21

Cookie Clicker since it just came out on Steam

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u/vicerowvelvet Sep 01 '21

Wolfenstein the new colossus!

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u/Evernight Sep 02 '21

PREY 2017 and the Mooncrash DLC. Both are phenomenal. If you liked Bioshock you'll love this.

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u/Freedom35plan Sep 02 '21

Valheim. Trying to find the 4th boss, lots of sailing and dud mountains.

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u/Lordbrawl99 Sep 02 '21

Aliens fire team elite.

Just some simple fun shooting xeno with my mates.

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u/classyfenn Sep 02 '21

got back into asseto corsa compitzone this week, also going felt like going back and playing skylanders again to see how the games hold up now that im an adult

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u/Shad0wF0x Sep 02 '21

I went through my Steam library and decided to start GTA III again. I beat it years ago on the PS2 but never played the others.

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u/Larielia Switch Sep 02 '21

I've been playing Animal Crossing- New Horizons.

Is it too early for pumpkin decorations?

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u/[deleted] Sep 02 '21

Abzu. When i dive i go in circles.

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u/Ozzeedee Sep 02 '21

Currently playing Skyward Sword HD. This triforce quest is gonna drive me insane with all the running around they got me doing lol

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u/ahmed_kamal_ak Sep 02 '21

Days Gone on pc

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u/[deleted] Sep 02 '21

Not me but my Girlfriend has never been a gamer, got her started on Skyrim LE - I haven't done a run in years and never on LE, I actually want to now but can't get her off it 😂

It's interesting though how even though I'm sure 99% of us just zone out to tutorial tips, for someone who's never played a console RPG before, a lot of mechanics are either poorly explained or not at all. Some mechanics it just assumes the player will bump into over time which isn't necessarily the case, others when you do bump into them, it's not always clear how to utilise them to full effect.

Also interesting watching a non gamer struggle with mastery of two joystick controls to look/move.

LE specific comments - looks nicer but still had a bunch of bugs even in the first hour of playthrough, my favourite was a sky mammoth that I assume was supposed to be rendered/dropped past the field of view but never dropped so just was held up in the sky for all the nords to praise.

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u/TitaniumDragon Sep 02 '21

Watch Dogs 2 still. I have almost finished grabbing all of the collectibles; all that is left is a piece of Oakland. Then I think it will just be quests henceforth.

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u/Wrub229 Sep 02 '21

I got Battlefield V for a dollar.

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u/swizzzacid Sep 02 '21

Psychonauts 2 on PC

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u/Manuels-Kitten Console Sep 02 '21

Ratchet and Clank 3. Very fun game, simple as that.

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u/elsiphono Sep 02 '21

1st time playing NiER Automata. It's fun but I forgot to save for an hour and lost ton of progression... might take a while before I pick the game back up unfortunately. In the meantime, I'm passing my rage through AC Odyssey, Last of Us 1 and a bit of OpenRCT.

Might go back to NiER in a couple of months lol

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u/Resident_String_5124 Sep 02 '21

Just started playing Honkai Impact 3rd I liked the mobile game and it’s by the same company as Gershin Impact so I thought I would check to see if they had a desktop version and to my surprise they did so I am just getting into it so far I really like it .

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u/Pm-me-ur-happysauce Sep 02 '21

State of decay 2 - Trumbull valley

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u/Vidimivici Sep 02 '21

Watching the wife play through Resident Evil 2 Remake. Fun times there.

Played through the Tales of Arise demo. Gameplay seems like a step up. Environments have a lot of potential. Not a huge fan of playing this on OG PS4. Probably will save that for PS5. Skits seem like a step backwards? Ive heard people liking the new style but I wasnt a fan and skits are a huge part of Tales games.

Also playing Tony Hawk 1+2 and Sine Mora EX. I'm way better at Tony Hawk than Sine Mora but they're both pretty addictive.

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u/iGaveYouOneJob Sep 02 '21

Playing Red Dead Redemption 2 for the first time, it looks really beautiful, and has sooo much content packed into it. I want to take my time completing the story because i know if i complete the story i probably wont want to explore the world after that

There looks like there's so much to do, its a bit overwhelming

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u/alittletree122 Sep 02 '21

Do the stranger missions a couple go along as you progress the story.

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u/Reegar1404 Sep 02 '21

Got back into skyrim again big time. I actually just wanted to try it with the 60FPS Mod on ps5 so I figured I’ll just play through the intro real quick and see what it’s like and bamm 12 hours later that fucking game got me hooked again! Damn you, Todd Howard

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u/zackkae Sep 02 '21

Hello, I am moving to Africa and Riot Games doesn`t have a server there because they said, they don`t meet the criteria to host one in that region!

I am wondering if I can use a vpn and play on europe.

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u/borfsanorio Sep 02 '21

I binged evil within now I'm on 2 :)

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u/Maak15 Sep 02 '21

Cuphead, Pokemon unite and Mario Kart

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u/Makudo333 Sep 02 '21

Final fantasy 7 remake. Want to also get all trophies for that. Started on hard and currently can't imagine how I will ever be able to complete hard mode once I get to it tbh. Not easy at all even on normal.

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u/[deleted] Sep 03 '21

Friday here and playing farm sim 19 with the boys