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    The Division 2 - GOTY 2019

    The Washington Hotel is the first main mission.. unlocks after you have visited the Theater Settlement at the start
  2. I've finished another: 15/03 - Metro Exodus (PS4) It's been over a month since my last completion but this one was worth it. Knew it was going to be something special when I played the demo at last years EGX and wasn't disappointed. Easily the best in the series and the outdoor environments are simply stunning. If I had one criticism its that the game peaked too early, the very first zone absolutely nails the STALKER vibes, yet sadly as the game progresses the zones become progressively more linear culminating in the final chapter thats like the Metro levels of old. Having said that it doesn't detract from it being a thoroughly enjoyable experience and another example that games don't need multiplayer or micro-transactions to be engaging. Its just a good old fashioned single plaster romp and all the better for it. Oh and its got a very nice photo-mode too.. the results of which can be found here: Previously in 2019 01/01 - SuperHot (PSVR) 03/01 - Spiderman Silver Lining DLC (PS4) - 100% Complete 09/01 - Resident Evil Revelations (Switch) 10/01 - The Gardens Between (Xbox One Gamepass) 14/01 - The Eternal Castle (PC) 22/01 - Resident Evil Revelations 2 (Switch) 01/02 - Resident Evil 2 Remake (PS4) - Leon Playthrough 04/02 - Resident Evil 2 Remake (PS4) - Claire (2nd Run) Playthrough 10/02 - Moss (PS4)
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    Metro Exodus - First on the Epic Store

    Arrived at the next zone last night... Still loving it, but definitely feels like its struggling to match the highs of the first zone. I'm missing the Stalker vibes.
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    Metro Exodus - First on the Epic Store

    As beautiful as the environments are, I'm actually having more fun capturing the games finer details and character models.
  5. U-1

    What is your comfort game?

    Driveclub Photomode.. It still manages to impress me 4 years on.
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    Metro Exodus - First on the Epic Store

    I'd argue that the first pic does.. however I find part of the beauty of photo-modes is being able to take the base game and get the most out of the graphics and detail. Highlighting things that you wouldn't ordinarily see (or easily miss) on a standard playthrough.
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    Metro Exodus - First on the Epic Store

    Some character detail
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    Metro Exodus - First on the Epic Store

    I'm incredibly envious of some of the shots I've seen taken on high end PC's. However I'm also still pretty amazed how good this looks on the PS4 Pro. I'm still being snap happy. Just about finished Winter and about to move on to Spring.
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    Metro Exodus - First on the Epic Store

    A few of my latest pics:
  10. My first ever dabble with photo-editing software:
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    Metro Exodus - First on the Epic Store

    It's really nailed the Stalker vibe for me.. slightly rough around the edges but incredibly atmospheric once it opens up and let's you explore. The only thing it's really missing from those games is inventory management.. I'm also quite surprised how simplified they have made the crafting, was expecting something more in-depth. It's certainly a looker at times though
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    Metro Exodus - First on the Epic Store

    This is quite yummy. and yep I've already hit the photo-mode:
  13. Not bad for a four year old game:
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    Rllmuk Game of the Year 2019 predictions

    Something's going to have to be pretty damn special to beat Resi 2 for me.
  15. U-1

    The Division 2 - GOTY 2019

    Yep same here. Shame as I was really enjoying what I'd played. Didn't realise just how much I'd missed The Division.
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