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PostPosted: Wed Sep 21, 2016 1:42:22 pm 
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Played a little of the latest dlc for Destiny today - Rise Of Iron. This game overall continues to hold my interest over anything else when I have time to play games (which is very minimal). Still have an unopened copy of Fallout 4 from last Christmas... Got a demo version of the new DOOM to try out but haven't picked up that full game yet.


Fallout 4 takes a lot of time to beat the main quest and if you get all the DLC and any player mods (which only on Xbox One and PC) you can kiss all free time you have goodbye.


It is broad as an ocean but only as deep as a puddle though. Easy game to play through. A lot of it too. Just less fulfilling.

The never ending cries for help from such and such settlement really killed the game for me.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 21, 2016 2:42:47 pm 
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I hate having such little time for games. I enjoy them so much.

I have even less time now that my son started school. We get up earlier and because we put him down early and I'm very sensitive to light/dark cycles, I get super sleepy much earlier. Late night after everyone goes to sleep has been my go-to play time.

I'm working on a whole bunch at once:

Still working through Uncharted (about 1/3 of the way through the second one)
Always playing Super Meat Boy (easiest to just pick up and play)
Just finished Limbo (short puzzle game)
Stalled out on Assassin's Creed II (my son watched me play the first one, but this one isn't as tame as the first, so not appropriate - therefore less play time)
Working through a complete Kingdom Hearts playthrough (stalled out on that horrible card-based Chain of Memories)
Still in the middle of Life is Strange and Last of Us
Playing Need for Speed Most Wanted with my son (wish it had local co-op)
Playing Pokemon Yellow and Pokemon Omega Ruby

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 27, 2016 2:41:29 pm 
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Keith wrote:
Psiot X wrote:
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grendeljd wrote:
Played a little of the latest dlc for Destiny today - Rise Of Iron. This game overall continues to hold my interest over anything else when I have time to play games (which is very minimal). Still have an unopened copy of Fallout 4 from last Christmas... Got a demo version of the new DOOM to try out but haven't picked up that full game yet.


Fallout 4 takes a lot of time to beat the main quest and if you get all the DLC and any player mods (which only on Xbox One and PC) you can kiss all free time you have goodbye.


It is broad as an ocean but only as deep as a puddle though. Easy game to play through. A lot of it too. Just less fulfilling.

The never ending cries for help from such and such settlement really killed the game for me.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 29, 2016 12:46:41 pm 
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 29, 2016 8:04:24 pm 
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Working on the Amazing Spider-man 2. Just started it but already kinda hating it. They've tweaked the swinging and it's annoying as hell.


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FYI - for anyone here who has a PS4 & a PlayStation Plus account for it, the full game Transformers: Devastation is currently available as a free download from the PlayStation Store until November. I've downloaded it, haven't tried it yet though. Heard mixed reviews, but I'm sure it's fun to play regardless, especially when it's freeeeeeee!!

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 23, 2016 4:42:48 pm 
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FYI - for anyone here who has a PS4 & a PlayStation Plus account for it, the full game Transformers: Devastation is currently available as a free download from the PlayStation Store until November. I've downloaded it, haven't tried it yet though. Heard mixed reviews, but I'm sure it's fun to play regardless, especially when it's freeeeeeee!!


It's OK.

I'm currently playing Dragon Age: Inquisition on PS4 and Rise of the Tomb Raider on the Xbox One.

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 25, 2016 2:46:14 pm 
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grendeljd wrote:
FYI - for anyone here who has a PS4 & a PlayStation Plus account for it, the full game Transformers: Devastation is currently available as a free download from the PlayStation Store until November. I've downloaded it, haven't tried it yet though. Heard mixed reviews, but I'm sure it's fun to play regardless, especially when it's freeeeeeee!!


It's OK.

I'm currently playing Dragon Age: Inquisition on PS4 and Rise of the Tomb Raider on the Xbox One.

I had Dragon Age Inquisition on Xbox 360, but never got any of the DLC's. Just picked up the Xbone GOTY edition including all DLC's and restarted the other night. Haven't run into any of the new stuff yet, but I'm having fun trying out another character build so far. Played for like 5 hours straight the first night. Might be able to get on again some tonight hopefully.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 15, 2016 8:25:25 am 
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Well it finally happened the complete Mass Effect trilogy is backwards compatible on Xbox One so I'm playing ME1 again! Now if Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age 2 were BC I could retire my Xbox 360.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 15, 2016 10:18:29 am 
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PSN had a Halloween sale and I picked up Alien: Isolation - so far it's pretty fun.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 15, 2016 10:55:07 am 
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Finished Assassin's Creed III and have moved on to Liberation now.

Seems much more colourful than III: although, so did II, so it's peculiar that the third game in the franchise somehow lost a lot of character. Still, good game all in all and the naval battling was definitely my favourite part of it (possibly not what the developers intended, but still...)

Digging the voodoo and blowdart weapons in Liberation, and the setting is pretty cool
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Shadowman99 wrote:
Finished Assassin's Creed III and have moved on to Liberation now.

Seems much more colourful than III: although, so did II, so it's peculiar that the third game in the franchise somehow lost a lot of character. Still, good game all in all and the naval battling was definitely my favourite part of it (possibly not what the developers intended, but still...)

Digging the voodoo and blowdart weapons in Liberation, and the setting is pretty cool
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If you liked naval you'll love Black Flag and Rogue.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 15, 2016 5:40:30 pm 
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Shadowman99 wrote:
Finished Assassin's Creed III and have moved on to Liberation now.

Seems much more colourful than III: although, so did II, so it's peculiar that the third game in the franchise somehow lost a lot of character. Still, good game all in all and the naval battling was definitely my favourite part of it (possibly not what the developers intended, but still...)

Digging the voodoo and blowdart weapons in Liberation, and the setting is pretty cool
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If you liked naval you'll love Black Flag and Rogue.

Must admit, I am rushing through Liberation a bit so that I can get started on Black Flag :lol:

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Shadowman99 wrote:
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Shadowman99 wrote:
Finished Assassin's Creed III and have moved on to Liberation now.

Seems much more colourful than III: although, so did II, so it's peculiar that the third game in the franchise somehow lost a lot of character. Still, good game all in all and the naval battling was definitely my favourite part of it (possibly not what the developers intended, but still...)

Digging the voodoo and blowdart weapons in Liberation, and the setting is pretty cool
:thumb:


If you liked naval you'll love Black Flag and Rogue.

Must admit, I am rushing through Liberation a bit so that I can get started on Black Flag :lol:


You think it's rushing but Liberation is actually pretty brisk.

Also adding to the Assassins Creed pile of my own, I finally own a Nintendo DS(lite version), and so now own both Assassins Creed DS games.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 16, 2016 3:27:37 pm 
I have a Quasar collection. And I love it. So there.
I have a Quasar collection. And I love it. So there.

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Attack On Titan for the PS4 is really good. It captures the spirit of the anime and manga perfectly and the action in it really captures the feel of attacking a Titan with omni-directional mobility gear. It's a bit repetitive, but it's a really cool game. It's actually the first game I've sat through in a few years now.


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 17, 2016 1:18:58 pm 
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I've dipped my toe in Watch Dogs 2. Man, what a complete 180 from the previous one. Still the same kind of openworld gameplay, but the overall theme (young hacker joins the game's version of Anonymous to take down a megacorp) is much ... cheerier... than the gloom and doom "revenge on the murderers of my family" trope of the first installment.

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Mass Effect 3 on my Xbox One.

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Back at Uncharted 2. Also started playing the Resident Evil HD remaster for PS4.

With the announcement of Last of Us 2 :banana: I am going to try to finish that game soon.

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Just jumpin' through time arcs, that's all.
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Finshed up Sleeping Dogs for the PS4, I'll get back to the DLC to it at some point... eventually. Next game up will be Uncharted 4!


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 05, 2016 5:19:06 am 
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Finshed up Sleeping Dogs for the PS4, I'll get back to the DLC to it at some point... eventually. Next game up will be Uncharted 4!

I've got Sleeping Dogs waiting in a small stack of 'games to play' on my shelf and I'm looking forward to getting around to it - was it any good?

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Finshed up Sleeping Dogs for the PS4, I'll get back to the DLC to it at some point... eventually. Next game up will be Uncharted 4!

I've got Sleeping Dogs waiting in a small stack of 'games to play' on my shelf and I'm looking forward to getting around to it - was it any good?

Definitely worth a playthrough.


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Finshed up Sleeping Dogs for the PS4, I'll get back to the DLC to it at some point... eventually. Next game up will be Uncharted 4!

I've got Sleeping Dogs waiting in a small stack of 'games to play' on my shelf and I'm looking forward to getting around to it - was it any good?

Definitely worth a playthrough.

I'll look forward to it then :)

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Final Fantasy XV for me. I'm enjoying the game more and more I play it. Normally I have a hard time engaging with JRPGs, but something about this one has struck a chord with me. Maybe it's the open world/more modern feel.

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Crimes and Punishments: Sherlock Holmes. Bought what I thought was an open world-ish Sherlock Holmes game. Turns out it's just a glorified point and click really. Wouldn't be too bad except for load times. My god. Playing this on a PS3 and I can't honestly remember loaded times.


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