Idk just feel like gaming is getting old.
I'm 23 and have seen all sorts of games
But lately, i feel like all my favorite series have gone downhill
WoW, well wow has sucked since BFA
Skyrim, it's alright, but don't want to play it again, it's not that type of game
Halo, Halo 1- reach was good, but then it became awkward
Assassin's creed, tbh, i feel like the series was gone in black flag. For a series that loves historical accuracy, it's become a game filled history fantasy. Like AC Valhalla, it's nothing but pure viking fantasy, there's NO real historically viking about it.
Cod, Eh after black ops 2, i lost all interest. I mostly played for the violence and zombies.
I played a lot of older games too, like Mario
Just what the text says I love fortnite but everyone hates it for no reason at all so why do y'all hate it
Personal opinion post: The one thing they devs want is going to kill halo forever. People who play halo play it because they want a truly competitive multiplayer. There is a skill gap in halo that distinguishes it from other FPS games. Cosmetics are an added bonus that quite frankly most people don’t care about. I’ve never care about my Spartans looks, I care about the gameplay. I’m never going to buy a cosmetic, ever. I’d pay money just to have the competitive halo experience vs this battle pass bs that isn’t halo. They have the gameplay that we all want but ruining it trying to make a record profit which will likely kill halo because of the greed
Edit: I guess I should make this clear. The fact that the game is free isn’t the issue, the issue is that they made halo revolve around a free game that needs revenue. Because of this, they took away all of the playlists that make halo what it is. Now they want you to chase a battle pass cosmetic which I promise you will kill halo. If they sold this game as a stand-alone they would have made more money because the core of the cane is amazing.
Been thinking recently about how the 'greatest deal in gaming' might not be as amazing. Based on quick handkerchief math, it might be the case.
According to mass surveys published online and data trackers built into certain platforms, less than 20% of gamers spend 12 hours a week or more playing videogames. As a working adult and a somewhat hardcore gamer myself, I would agree it's hard to go beyond that under regular circumstances. Let's say assume a Game Pass subscriber plays 10 hours a week (that would be ONLY game pass stuff, mind you), times 4 weeks a month, which result in 40 hours to be used in exchange for the monthly subscription price.
Control, Ori and the Will of the Wisps, and Control all take around 11 hours to beat based on HLTB, I took way more with all, but whatever. These are some of the most attractive games on the platform you can beat relatively quick. Others like Forza Horizon and Bethesda games would usually take up way more to enjoy fully, mind you.
This all means your monthly subscription, which allows you to download 100+ games would actually allow you to beat four games in the best of cases, and without the possibility to play them again in the future unless you keep the subscription alive. Same goes for DLC, which you have to pay for individually in pretty much all cases.
With all this in mind, the idea of keeping a monthly subscription to borrow a few games at most each month turns 'the best deal in gaming' into a much less appealing proposition. I do subscribe from time to time to play specific games I'm not interested in long term, but if their gameplan is to keep me playing monthly (which it surely is), I'm not convinced.
Please share your thoughts in the comments!
Which version of characters do you like better? I'm building an education game about investing and finance and these will be the main characters used in the app. BTW can you guess who they are meant to be?
Those years were some of the greatest years of my life, where even just breathing a bit to loudly would be a death sentence, and where if you had the deepest voice you were simply untouchable. Nothing and I mean nothing can break a man who has survived old COD lobbies. Cancel culture kids would have a heart attack if they played any old COD games in their prime they just wouldn't survive. But them moments were some of the greatest moments in gaming history and we hated eachother without knowing how close together it brought us all.