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Posted by , 08.07.2014 - 20:33
8GB is nothing. The new Wolfenstein is 43gb =P

If you get hooked on the story then you'll like it. Damn, I would give many things to be able to erase my memory of that game and play it again.
10.04.2017 - 18:44
tea[m]ster
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Written by BitterCOld on 05.04.2017 at 20:12

As a side note, a lot has been said/ about ME Andromeda.

My shortest way to describe it... if Mass Effect's original trilogy were the first three Star Wars flicks, Andromeda is The Phantom Menace.

Read the same things. I also see NieR:Automata is where it's at. But for 60 bucks?....debating.
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13.04.2017 - 14:57
Dima
It's nice to play Bayonetta on a PC after the shitshow that was the Ps3 version. Such a fantastic game and port.
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23.04.2017 - 06:27
Jtbmetal123
Left 4 Dead 2 is so awesome. Just throwing that out there.
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30.04.2017 - 17:53
tea[m]ster
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Anyone mess around with PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds? I have heard and read it's the shit.
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23.05.2017 - 19:24
Honorbound
I am just finishing Watch Dogs. I am not impressed. Did anyone play Watch Dogs 2? Is it better?
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27.05.2017 - 15:03
Dima
Written by Honorbound on 23.05.2017 at 19:24

I am just finishing Watch Dogs. I am not impressed. Did anyone play Watch Dogs 2? Is it better?

Most say it's what the originial should have been.
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01.06.2017 - 01:04
VIG
I play lots of games, or at least I used to. Recently been digging Shenmue II, as Shenmue I is my all time favorite game tied with FFVI
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01.06.2017 - 01:06
VIG
Also, at some point I want to try Metal Gear solid, but I'm not sure where to start... I doubt the games have to be played in order, right?
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01.06.2017 - 16:04
Dima
Written by VIG on 01.06.2017 at 01:06

Also, at some point I want to try Metal Gear solid, but I'm not sure where to start... I doubt the games have to be played in order, right?


Unless you specialise in swallowing and remembering bloated and complicated exposition you'll forget key information whichever order you play them in.

What you do is up to you but I say play in the order they were released so you can see the growth in gameplay, pick up on the callbacks etc.

If it's too archaic for you then you can just watch the first game on youtube. There's a movie by KefkaProduction with all the cutscenes that lasts 4 hours.
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01.06.2017 - 17:45
VIG
Written by Dima on 01.06.2017 at 16:04


What you do is up to you but I say play in the order they were released so you can see the growth in gameplay, pick up on the callbacks etc.

If it's too archaic for you then you can just watch the first game on youtube. There's a movie by KefkaProduction with all the cutscenes that lasts 4 hours.


I would love to do that eventually. It doesn't feel right but I might just watch the first one as a movie, and continue from there. I would also have to emulate them, which for me would be too much work. I don't know, I will play them eventually.
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02.06.2017 - 08:34
IronAngel
If by first one you mean the 1998 PS game, then that's perfectly playable today. You can skip MGS2, but I'd definitely play 1 and 3 (Snake Eater). Emulation of PS games is no trouble at all, just pick up ePSXe and PCSX2 or something.

I am set up for life with unplayed games, having all the classic games on all the classic consoles to emulate and a steam library of a few hundred. Too bad I haven't had the chance to play in a few months more than a few hours every second weekend or something.

I still haven't managed to beat Witcher 3, and I've played Valkyria Chronicles for almost two months now. It's a pretty good squad-based tactical game. A LOT of JRPG dialogue/cutscenes between missions, though, which might bother me under different circumstances (but pretty leisurely to watch while entertaining a baby at the same time anyway). Character turns are semi-real-time, over-the-shoulder, which I guess is a refreshing change but at the end of the day a gimmick that hampers the tactical aspect. Enemy AI and victory conditions are terribly designed, which bring it down a notch. Still fun but not a new standard for the genre.
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