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Author Topic: What video games are you playing at the moment?  (Read 50498 times)

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Offline Forlorn Serpent

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Re: What video games are you playing at the moment?
« Reply #570 on: April 23, 2019, 12:45:09 AM »
Man Fortnite sucks now that they got rid of the respawn mode. I think it was called team rumble or something.

Now, I’m just going to focus on mk11.

This is the first time I downloaded using Steam, so new experience and everything.
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Re: What video games are you playing at the moment?
« Reply #571 on: July 27, 2019, 07:21:47 PM »
So I've been playing Bloodstained recently, which if you're not familiar is a kickstarted metroidvania get that is a new 2D Castlevania in all but name.

Now, I'm something of a fan of metroidvanias. You wouldn't call me a fanatic, buut I freaking love the things. Especially the 2D ones. And this game is just ticking all of my buttons. Is it innovative on the genre? Hell no! But I don't think anyone needed it to be. Igarashi took the things everyone already loved about his previous Castlevania games, and just combined them to create the best possible version of them. The only complaint I have for it is that they went with a 3D art style as opposed to pixel artwork. Which I understand of course. Really good pixel work like the game would have demanded takes time and money. I just worry hat come 10 years from now, where as old Castlevania games are still going to have a timeless sort of quality, Bloodstained will have suffered somewhat.

Full 10/10 though from me. I am fully in my happy space with this one. If only I could cram it onto my Gameboy  :hmm:

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Re: What video games are you playing at the moment?
« Reply #572 on: September 27, 2019, 01:14:59 AM »
I've gone back and started playing the very first game I got for PS-2, Okage Shadow King.

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Re: What video games are you playing at the moment?
« Reply #573 on: November 10, 2019, 04:16:17 PM »
Been playing Modern Warfare

I'm in the cycle, the new game comes out and I play it until the next one. That said I quite liked Black Ops 4 and now I'm enjoying this one. It's the best looking COD by far and the campaign was pretty decent. Atleast we had one this time and it's good enough to play through in an afternoon. I've put 11 hours into multiplayer so far and I like it. A faster paced game but it feels pretty satisfying once you get the hang of it, which takes all of 30 minutes. I don't really like the Create A Class system which is overly complicated and overstuffed. I'm salty that they removed prestige mode. Now, I'm currently only in the 30's ranks but the fun of COD is to level up and unlock things again and again. I'll see how it is when I reach that point, the prestige system was one of the most addicting things about the franchise. 

The maps are pretty boring. I think a number of them are awful and end up being a game of running around until the time limit runs out in TDM. Same old gray and dirty colours. I am happy that normal killstreaks are back and not the silly scorestreaks from BO4. There are still things to discover about how the game is laid out but I strive for something more simple. I liked BO2's class system the most with it's pick 10. That said this game should prove to be more mindless enjoyment I like it so far. 

Still playing Dead Or Alive 6 here and there, I really do like that game. and Gunsmoke on the NES which I've been trying on and off to beat. It's pretty tricky but I find NES games to be most engaging on my brain so I like this one.