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  1. Rayn

    The Division 2

    I don’t know in which patch this was changed from a bullet sponge hell to an actual competent shooter, but been playing this in coop for a few nights during the last couple of weeks and I’m (finally) loving it.
  2. To me, games are a way for me to either relax playing games like Stardew Valley, Picross or Spiritfarer etc, escape from a shitty day/week at work through RPGs or get my adrenaline pumping by playing action games. A game should excite me for its premise and/or mechanics and not its technical achievements, I couldn't care less. If it takes god rays or shiny surfaces to make a game good I fail to see it's a good game to begin with. If I want to play a shooter with friends online I want it to be responsive and perform well. While I don't mind good graphics at all, and I've certainly enjoyed
  3. The system requirements have gone up considerably, here's the reccommended specs from Steam: RECOMMENDED: Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system OS: 64-bit Windows 10 Processor: Intel Core i7-7700 or AMD Ryzen 7 3700X Memory: 16 GB RAM Graphics: GPU: NVIDIA GTX 1070 / RTX 200, Radeon Vega 56, GPU RAM: 4 GB Video Memory DirectX: Version 11 Storage: 110 GB available space
  4. Mindhunter is pretty good. I liked Happy Valley as well.
  5. Rayn

    Xbox Game Pass

    Yeah, apart from the music this is pretty much an old school JRPG tailored for the modern gamer. It’s disguised as a PS1/PS2 era game of its ilk but it’s paced like much more recent games. The story is fantastic, a lot of the places are interesting to explore and most of the characters has, erm, well; character.
  6. I don’t know how stuff like this is figured out, but fuck me this is impressive! Guardian is sniped from 1400 m away
  7. Rayn

    Xbox Game Pass

    Good news as this ticks a lot of my gaming boxes, it’s like Link to the Past and Alundra had a child that went on to marry Nier Automata and this is the result, loving it to bits. Oh and the music is just phenomenal
  8. Rayn

    Xbox Game Pass

    Forcing myself to take a break from Cyberpunk in hopes of a patch that’ll iron out more bugs as it’s getting ridiculous at times, I more or less just blindly selected a game on Gamepass I knew little about. Cross Code looked a bit meh from the screenshots and trailer but halfway through the rather lengthy tutorial I was sold and having finished off the first proper dungeon I’m hooked. Unless the game turns for the worse further in I’m a bit surprised I haven’t heard much talk about this game because I’m finding it refreshingly solid.
  9. Thanks a bunch @Tet for the lovely surprise, it’s already put to good use. Oh, and wtf is Isabelle on about???
  10. Perhaps he meant ugly as in the place looks like a hellhole (as it should) but from a technical point of view there’s simply nothing to beat it yet, it really is stunning to look at.
  11. I’ve waited to start playing this until last night as it’s been loads of other stuff I needed to tend to over the holidays but I’ve finally managed to put a few hours in. I went in with rather low expectations, especially as it’s a new IP and hearing loads of negative feedback since its release, both technical and gameplay wise. First of all, I’m playing on PS4 Pro and I think the game looks great for such limited hardware. It’s hands down the most technial advanced game I’ve seen on any console so far and I’m rather intrigued by how they’ve pulled it off. Granted, the
  12. Parasite I reckon I should’ve watched it before it was hyped into the stratosphere but I still found it very entertaining! 4/5
  13. It’s not because of any game by itself but my patience gets in the way of enjoying and/or performing well in games. Precision platformers like Super Meat Boy and Celeste and Souls like games are not very difficult mechanics wise but I’m fighting against my own patience when it comes to dying/failing in these kind of games.
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