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@Katphood. Assetto Corsa is even harder on controlers :) This game was specifically made for niche audience with steering wheels. And the developers are not shy about it. It's not just another "Real Driving Simulator" it really feels real :) Compared to everything I have tried so far.

Edited by Mamoulian War, 15 May 2018 - 02:02 AM.

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Deadfire. I'm enjoying it quite a bit so far, but I don't have a lot of time to play (2-3 hours every evening) and feel I haven't really had enough time to properly get into it yet.

 

I finished Maje Island, which was fine as far as introductory locations go (though I liked PoE's Cilant Lîs / Gilded Vale better) and then set sail for Neketaka, with a few detours on the way. I love the sense of exploration in this game  and enjoy the ship management aspects, finding new crew, managing morale, etc. I haven't tried ship combat yet -- I did notice a few hostile ships on my way to Neketaka but chose to avoid them for now, figuring I would properly stock up in Neketaka.

 

The city itself is very impressive and feels a lot more lively than Defiance Bay -- once you leave the docks it almost feels overwhelming, which is how a big city  should feel. I picked up some quests and a few bounties and am preparing to head out again soon.



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Back to Overwatch competitive, torturing myself listening to people who think they are witty or a lot of French people snarking at Americans for not understanding French for some reason.


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The city itself is very impressive and feels a lot more lively than Defiance Bay -- once you leave the docks it almost feels overwhelming, which is how a big city  should feel.

Agreed! Defiance Bay was pretty dull, but this new city is something much, much better so far. 



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It is really awesome but hard as **** simulation.

 
That got me curious, I will definitely check it out sometime in the future because no matter how hard it is, it will never be as hard as the Pocket Circuit races in Yakuza 0. :p 
 

I just noticed my laptop meets the minimum requirements for Deadfire, but not the recommended requirements.  Purchase or wait until I upgrade to a better PC?


Wait until Q4 2018 when it will be released on the PS4/Xbox One. That's what I am doing.

Meanwhile, I am flirting with the idea of buying PoE: Complete Edition for the PS4, I don't have the dlcs on Steam.

 

 

That's what I was thinking of doing.  I just got tempted when I saw my laptop met the minimum specs.  I didn't even think I'd meet those.

 

I still haven't bought the PS4 version of the original PoE because the price where I'm from never seems to drop below "full price", even after it's been out for awhile.



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I was looking forward to a sale as well but the game is still 49.99 on PSN. Come on, Sony! Give us a Flash Sale!



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It's Paradox, it will take some more time to see bigger discounts.

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Speaking of which, in case any of you fellas ever wanted to try Agents of Mayhem, it's currently on sale(PSN-US) for less than 10 bucks.

 

I played it and thought it was good but also unfinished in many ways. Expect a whole lot of repetitive missions.


Edited by Katphood, 15 May 2018 - 11:12 PM.


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I'm standing in front of the palace gate that will lead me to the final 3 fight sections of the main story in FFXV. Finally there! Probably just another 30 minutes or so of gameplay....of course, that means about 6-8 hours of actual time spent,  because every single fight takes me 1.5-3 hours of Ansel-ing.

 

So far, the first "new boss" was a great improvement/more fun. Not difficulty wise, but definitely more fun then the boring version that was there before.

 

I already played most of the revamped last Chapt. in post-game status, on console, but it plays quite differently (eg, it's better/feels more interesting) when you do it "naturally" via getting there as you would through the storyline, since there's a few scenes and atmosphere stuff that don't play/happen in post-game playing. Definitely a better experience than the initial release version, especially if you do one particular new side-quest first before going for the main-questline. I still think the overall enlargement of the Chapt. play-area is nothing special, but the story/atmosphere feels somewhat improved with the changes. At least, it's more epic.

 

Now if they'd only improve/expand the water-city and "train" chapters a bit, the whole game would be feel much better pacing wise (wishful thinking, they won't, at least not in main-game).


Edited by LadyCrimson, 16 May 2018 - 12:08 PM.


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Back to Overwatch competitive, torturing myself listening to people who think they are witty or a lot of French people snarking at Americans for not understanding French for some reason.

 

I really tried to like Overwatch.... :(

 

Got no less than 4 good friends who play it several times a week. I just couldn't get interested in it.

 

Edit: When not playing Borderlands 2 and Age of Empires 2 (both in 3-4 people co-op sessions), then I enjoy The Witcher III and Master of Orion 2 :thumbsup:



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I finally beat Terranigma. I started playing it in May of 2008 (I went back and checked...), so it only took me literally ten years to beat...with some long breaks and a couple of restarts in between. It's about time.

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Yoga Fire is very buggy and the romance manages to be cringier than Bioware's, I will wait to see if it improves but it doesn't seem to be shaping to be anything worth remembering.



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I finally beat Terranigma. I started playing it in May of 2008 (I went back and checked...), so it only took me literally ten years to beat...with some long breaks and a couple of restarts in between. It's about time.


Sounds like me and Dragon Age Inquisition... Maybe in ten years time?
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Sounds like me and Dragon Age Inquisition... Maybe in ten years time?

 

I know this really doesn't have to do anything with the topic at hand, and I apologize in advance, but... I can't stop staring at your avatar.


Edited by Skazz, 17 May 2018 - 08:04 AM.


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I've reached Neketaka in Deadfire. I feel like this is one of the better cities in an rpg in a long time. It's really fun to explore. Combat is decent, graphics look good. I'm not a big fan of the voice acting for most people and I don't like any of the companions.



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"Neketaka"

 

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Hakuna Matata?



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Batata



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You people aren't even trying anymore. :getlost:



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You people aren't even trying anymore. :getlost:

 

It's hard being Eldar all the time. Even he has his limits.


Edited by majestic, 17 May 2018 - 01:23 PM.

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