NeuroNed
I don't want to go into the games section...


I got a ps4 for Xmas - I've had an xbox one forever, but the one x isn't worth the $500 to me and neither is the ps4 pro...I just wanted to be able to play the exclusives I've missed out on. 

Already have Horizon Zero Dawn, which is awesome. Next up is the Last of Us Remaster. Any others?


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The bundle I got on sale for $250 came with Battlefront II - which is fine in spurts...I like the story and of all the star wars lore we're getting to see, but it falls flat in so many places(playing Luke Skywalker should be more fun than this) that I'm focusing just on Horizon now, which is incredibly awesome so far.
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And this is all part of my plan to eventually get the PS VR system - the sales going on around Xmas were unreal, but I still would have had to put down over $550 to get the setup I needed and couldn't do it all at once. But it's the most well-supported VR gaming system around by far, and I want to play RE 7, Dirt, and Skyrim in VR. 
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NeuroNed wrote:
And this is all part of my plan to eventually get the PS VR system - the sales going on around Xmas were unreal, but I still would have had to put down over $550 to get the setup I needed and couldn't do it all at once. But it's the most well-supported VR gaming system around by far, and I want to play RE 7, Dirt, and Skyrim in VR. 


So, my awesome wife surprised me with a PV VR setup a few days ago, she found one still on discount that had the GT Sport bundle.

Since my racing wheel for my xbox wouldn't work on my Playstation I haven't played the GT game a whole lot - it's not all in VR anyway - there's select tracks you can race in VR, but they only have 1 other car racing on them besides you and you have to unlock the tracks by playing the normal game, which is a weird feature. But still, it's awesome even using a gamepad....the level of immersion is crazy.

But then - RE 7 was on sale for $23, so I got it - and it's unreal. I can imagine being kind of bored with the slow pace of the opening if you were playing it on a normal screen, but in VR it's amazing just walking down the initial forest path and finding the house(and doing things like leaning over and into an abandoned van instead of just seeing the open door from outside). once I got into the house it's unbelievably more intense than in standard 2d...it's truly an entirely different experience that hardly compares.

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Wirthling has a nice little VR thread going in Mom's Basement. Just sayin'
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Paquito wrote:
Wirthling has a nice little VR thread going in Mom's Basement. Just sayin'


yeah, I'm in that thread as well, it just hasn't been updated in 14 days and with so little new topics what's the point of having a separate games category so I just made a thread here.
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Battlefront 2 update - I've finished the campaign and played some multi-player.

This game is garbage, and is objectively not a AAA title. It plays more like a tablet game than a modern shooter or battlefield game, such is the nature of the animations and combat. Jedi Night had just about as solid controls and gameplay, and is honestly more fun and interesting throughout.

The main turn for our protagonists, who start out as members of an elite Empire squad, is that they refuse to leave empire loyalist civilians behind on a planet to die in an imminent empire bombardment of the planet contrary to their orders to just extract a key person of interest. Our 'heroes' decide this is too evil for them to comply, desert, and then become heroes of the rebellion with a key role in bringing down the Empire.

this game takes place a few years after the Empire destroyed Alderran as a display of force, to put that narrative turn into perspective. It's shit.
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NeuroNed wrote:


Already have Horizon Zero Dawn, which is awesome. Next up is the Last of Us Remaster. Any others?


I really enjoyed both of those. Get Yakuza 0. Great gameplay and really funny. The main story is fantastic. The sidequests are plentiful and not repetitive. One of my all-time favourites. 
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Little Irish wrote:
I really enjoyed both of those. Get Yakuza 0. Great gameplay and really funny. The main story is fantastic. The sidequests are plentiful and not repetitive. One of my all-time favourites. 


OMG, shut up about Yakuza 0. JUST KIDDING LI! Please never shut up (or listen to me). 
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It took me a little while to figure out all the ways you can modify armor and weapons in Destiny 2 but now that I have, I have warmed to this game a great deal. Your character is like a warrior Barbie you get to dress up with futuristic haute couture and accessorize with customized guns and vehicles. This version of Destiny adds a gun-upgrading system that has given me something new to get obsessed with. 

It is very much possible to complete the main quest solo, as I have done it with two different character types. However, there are raids that require teams, so if anyone here wants to get Destiny 2 for PS4 and give me your gamertag, I'd appreciate it. It's more fun to do raids with people you know rather than randos.
"I am very poorly today and very stupid and hate everybody and everything." - Charles Darwin
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Zuben wrote:


OMG, shut up about Yakuza 0. JUST KIDDING LI! Please never shut up (or listen to me). 


Have you played it? Have I told you how much I love it? Do you have a PS4? Love you x
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wirthling wrote:
It took me a little while to figure out all the ways you can modify armor and weapons in Destiny 2 but now that I have, I have warmed to this game a great deal. Your character is like a warrior Barbie you get to dress up with futuristic haute couture and accessorize with customized guns and vehicles. This version of Destiny adds a gun-upgrading system that has given me something new to get obsessed with. 

It is very much possible to complete the main quest solo, as I have done it with two different character types. However, there are raids that require teams, so if anyone here wants to get Destiny 2 for PS4 and give me your gamertag, I'd appreciate it. It's more fun to do raids with people you know rather than randos.


I may pick this up since Battlefront isn't worth dumping time into...will let you know...

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I may have over-sold the gun upgrading feature. If your weapon is legendary or exotic its power will be upgradable by absorbing a higher-power gun of the same type, plus some legendary shards. There is also usually a slot where you can slap in a small booster plugin, like "improved energy weapon reload speed," and one slot for elemental plugins, meaning you can change the elemental-type of a gun. And you can apply "shaders" to pretty much everything you have. Seems like there's potential to go a lot further with this, like bolting a flamethrower or spikes onto an assault rifle, but it's a good start.

I spent a good deal of time last night trying out different shaders on various things. My warlock might have the reaction time and hand-eye coordination of a middle-aged man but I look awesome.
"I am very poorly today and very stupid and hate everybody and everything." - Charles Darwin
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Putu
Destiny 2 bored me within a week. Don't understand its popularity at all. Re-running the same missions and raids for marginal loot or cosmetic improvements? Yawn. Uninstall.

When I actually get the chance to game, these days I'm into arcade roguelikes. Games with tight mechanics, no extraneous bullshit, where every run is different/randomised/unpredictable. I hate open world games, though I am interested in Yakuza 0 because Lil'Ire'says it's rad to the max.
That's...not what I meant at all.
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Little Irish wrote:
I really enjoyed both of those. Get Yakuza 0. Great gameplay and really funny. The main story is fantastic. The sidequests are plentiful and not repetitive. One of my all-time favourites. 


this looks cool, and I'd never heard of it...thanks!

I hope they release L.A. Noire on PS VR now...



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I keep playing NBA2K18 despite the fact that I loathe it with every fiber of my being. I think maybe a part of me still doesn't believe or understand how the great NBA2K17 led to this abomination and so that part of me keeps hoping I'll turn some corner and finally appreciate the changes they made. But instead I just get angrier and angrier every time I play. And I keep playing. Did I die and go to hell?

The latest WTF: I started a new MyPlayer game, this time wanting to try playing a speedy, high-scoring SG. I made him short -- 5'11" -- so I'd have a speed advantage against most opponents. So naturally the coach keeps subbing me in as fucking SF, making me go against guys who are ten inches taller, who I of course cannot defend against nor shoot over. And despite my high layup rating, making the simplest of undefended layups is a 50-50 coin toss, often missing when the shot meter is solid and the shot feedback tells me my timing was good. Wheeeee, what fucking fun this is, you fucking idiot game designers. How did you so thoroughly break what was a great franchise?
"I am very poorly today and very stupid and hate everybody and everything." - Charles Darwin
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What did you name your point guard? Mary Sue?
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wirthling
EJ wrote:
What did you name your point guard? Mary Sue?


Yet another piece of WTFery in this version is that no matter what you name your player, everyone calls him DJ. Because he is an aspiring DJ. Previous iterations gave the player a gimmicky default name but you could change it if you wanted to. Not this one. You are fucking DJ and that's that.

Here's another "fun" change: You have to improve your stats a bit before you are allowed to get a haircut. Just like the real world.
"I am very poorly today and very stupid and hate everybody and everything." - Charles Darwin
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EJ
Do all rookies get a mysterious shoulder ailment that makes them end up shooting jump shots like a polio-inflicted 10-year-old?
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Dark Souls 3 owns me right now. It's more linear than 2 was for sure, and to me it feels less cheap, but I haven't gotten through all the bosses to see if there's an Orstein and Smough level frustration fest in my future.

 

I also picked up the remake of Dragon's Dogma since it's kind of Dark souls-ish in an open world, and realized that DS has spoiled me in that it jumps right into action and pretty much stays there. The item purchase system and leveling up is streamlined to the point where it takes over very little of the game, so you spend most of your time fighting and dying. Having to walk around a populated town, talking to everyone just ot see if there was something interesting to hear, and then seeking out one of many vendors just to see what they have seems like such a boring chore now. 

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Cryptark is pretty fun when you start beating levels and securing artifacts. I love the graphical style, the price is bargain-bin, and I'm tired of the smarmy 16-bit-era presentation I see in so many indie titles these days. But I'm afraid I'm thinking I've lost interest in Cryptark already. Even for a rogue like it gets too repetitive.
Torrible. Absotively, posilutely herrible.
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MyPlayer this year is complete trash, but if you're making a 5'11 SG you need a good slap.
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Rooby
Immortal Redneck on PSN, futhermuckers.
Torrible. Absotively, posilutely herrible.
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briggm wrote:
MyPlayer this year is complete trash, but if you're making a 5'11 SG you need a good slap.


It was an experiment. A dumb experiment.
"I am very poorly today and very stupid and hate everybody and everything." - Charles Darwin
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Has anybody played Kingdom Come: Deliverance? On one hand its real world medieval setting, realistic combat and seemingly deep systems look intriguing. On the other, its creative lead is a piece of shit.
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briggm wrote:
On the other, its creative lead is a piece of shit.



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Zuben wrote:



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NM, I just read about him. He is an MRA type. I won't buy that game. 
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Putu
Oh, hello...I didn't see you there. I was busily polishing an expensive object that really needed to be polished. There, all done.
So, how are you? Great, great...that's just...great.

Anyhow, with my current jet'n'trendsetting lifestyle, I just don't have the time or inclination to invest dozens of hours into yet another AAA open-world icon vacuum, and it's with this in mind that I highly recommend to you a stellar little indie title by the name of..."Into The Breach".

Now, some of you who are "hip" might remember another classic little indie title by the name of "FTL: Faster Than Light" (or "FTL" for short, ha ha). Well, "Into The Breach" (or "ITB" for short) is made by the same developers (Subset Games), and, quite frankly, it's superb. Envision, if you are capable, a bite-sized game of mechs VS alien bugs chess. Yes. Yes, it is that good.

But don't just take my word for it. Take a look at some of these testimonials from your fellow posters, why don't you?:

"When I came to, I realized I could only see out of one eye and I'd been playing ITB for 11 hours straight, so...I guess it must be amazing. I guess..."- Wirthling

"It's the only game I play on other people's laptops while crashing for free on their sofas. It's totally heist." - Booze

"An outstanding, deeply tacktical game." - Zuben

"8 hours of bathtub ITB and pizza is just the marathon after the marathon. I am whole." - Dyne

"Computer games are for cunts, but ITB is for assholes, so it's OK." - Bigwig

"ITB - $14.99 Fuckin' choice, cunt...[EDITED]" - Sprague Dawley

To summarise, ITB deserves to be deep inside your computer.
That's...not what I meant at all.
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Putu wrote:
Oh, hello...I didn't see you there. I was busily polishing an expensive object that really needed to be polished. There, all done. So, how are you? Great, great...that's just...great. Anyhow, with my current jet'n'trendsetting lifestyle, I just don't have the time or inclination to invest dozens of hours into yet another AAA open-world icon vacuum, and it's with this in mind that I highly recommend to you a stellar little indie title by the name of..."Into The Breach". Now, some of you who are "hip" might remember another classic little indie title by the name of "FTL: Faster Than Light" (or "FTL" for short, ha ha). Well, "Into The Breach" (or "ITB" for short) is made by the same developers (Subset Games), and, quite frankly, it's superb. Envision, if you are capable, a bite-sized game of mechs VS alien bugs chess. Yes. Yes, it is that good. But don't just take my word for it. Take a look at some of these testimonials from your fellow posters, why don't you?: "When I came to, I realized I could only see out of one eye and I'd been playing ITB for 11 hours straight, so...I guess it must be amazing. I guess..."- Wirthling "It's the only game I play on other people's laptops while crashing for free on their sofas. It's totally heist." - Booze "An outstanding, deeply tacktical game." - Zuben "8 hours of bathtub ITB and pizza is just the marathon after the marathon. I am whole." - Dyne "Computer games are for cunts, but ITB is for assholes, so it's OK." - Bigwig "ITB - $14.99 Fuckin' choice, cunt...[EDITED]" - Sprague Dawley To summarise, ITB deserves to be deep inside your computer.


My pal in the industry is a huge FTL fan and he is all over ItB, but I'm going to wait for a steam sale. Too much back log bro.
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Anyone got into PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds? It has been my game since like last May and I can't stop playing it. Both PC and Xbox One. I haven't played my PS4 in forever. I don't know why I bought it. (I do know why - MLB The Show)

I think back on RT we had a big video games discussion thread - I think I use to bore people with all the simulation games I played. I was a real nut for all that kind of stuff back then.
"You want me to salute that pile of walking pus? Salute my ass!" - Captain Rhodes
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This just in! Dishonored is pretty fun. 
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wirthling
Zuben wrote:
This just in! Dishonored is pretty fun. 


The first one is way better than the sequel.
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mikevotto wrote:
Anyone got into PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds? It has been my game since like last May and I can't stop playing it. Both PC and Xbox One. I haven't played my PS4 in forever. I don't know why I bought it. (I do know why - MLB The Show)

I think back on RT we had a big video games discussion thread - I think I use to bore people with all the simulation games I played. I was a real nut for all that kind of stuff back then.


I've played it a little bit.  It has its problems, but it's good, and it's a good game to watch streaming (although I just watch those recorded streams on youtube).  And I certainly hope it gets its mojo back, as it is hemorrhaging players, mostly to Fortnite.  

To each their own, but Fortnite looks annoying as shit. Cartoony aesthetics in a battle royale game doesn't do it for me, and the whole constructing-edifices aspect, even though it has a lot of different clever purposes, isn't appealing in the least to me.  And stricltly third-person (at least I think)? Ugh. No.  But, yeah, I do see why some people like it.

PUBG needs new maps (plural), and fast.  The desert map I get, but it's not the kind of map that people are going to be clamoring to play for months on end.  It's wide open and samey--which I know is the point--but that doesn't add a whole lot of replay value to it.

They're currently putting together a somewhat mountainous map which will feature some snowy areas.  It can't come soon enough.

Streamers, by the way, are an annoying lot.  Certain cash-grabby aspects of Bluehole's business model are certainly open to criticism, but endlessly bitching about occasional bugs in an enormous game put together by a very small team? Shut up and enjoy the thousands of dollars you make a week simply playing a fucking game.
 
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EJ wrote:
To each their own, but Fortnite looks annoying as shit. Cartoony aesthetics in a battle royale game doesn't do it for me, and the whole constructing-edifices aspect, even though it has a lot of different clever purposes, isn't appealing in the least to me.  And stricltly third-person (at least I think)? Ugh. No.  But, yeah, I do see why some people like it.


Preach. I tried to get into it because a buddy of mine is obsessed with it, but the art-style/approach and the crafting part of it is too much.

EJ wrote:
PUBG needs new maps (plural), and fast.  The desert map I get, but it's not the kind of map that people are going to be clamoring to play for months on end.  It's wide open and samey--which I know is the point--but that doesn't add a whole lot of replay value to it.

They're currently putting together a somewhat mountainous map which will feature some snowy areas.  It can't come soon enough.


The desert map was a flop - too much wide-open space. Makes end-game a sniper's buffet. I like the idea of a mountainous map...makes the strategy all about getting the better angle on the enemy. I'm curious about the 4x4 jungle map...I don't know if a smaller map is the solution, but they need to figure something out quick.

"You want me to salute that pile of walking pus? Salute my ass!" - Captain Rhodes
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wirthling
Another fucking annoying thing they did in NBA2K18: I was just playing a game and the score was tied with about 90 seconds left, and they announce the player of the game, and it's KAT, who is on the opposing team in this case. As far as I know, this game only ever gives player of the game to a player on the winning side. Sure enough, in those last 90 seconds, Minnesota hits a couple shots while my Pelicans can hit nothing. Nothing sucks enjoyment out of a game more than realizing your skill means nothing because you have been slotted into a scripted result.

Far Cry 5 can't arrive soon enough.
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Have I happened to mention recently what a fucking pile of garbage NBA2K has become? It's a shame, because this was my favorite franchise, but I'm done with it. So broken that a PF with high layup, post game, and strength ratings misses more layups than he makes. I'm tired of screaming at my TV. Heartbroken and done, after pumping hundreds of hours and dollars into the franchise. I have looked around at several forums trying to figure out if it's just me but it clearly isn't. It is painfully obvious that the emphasis for this year's edition was milking users via microtransactions. It is zero fun if you don't buy sufficient VC to make your player good enough to not completely suck. The alternative is to grind but it would probably take you playing every day for ten hours for several weeks to earn the amount of VC required to become half-decent. Even when you get your player up to an 80 rating or so, the game is still too hard and your player fucks up the easiest of plays with enough frequency that it is maddening. Fuck it. Fuck it fuck it fuck it. Fuck you until the end of time, 2K Games. I will never buy another game you make.
"I am very poorly today and very stupid and hate everybody and everything." - Charles Darwin
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Putu
"Come. Let me nurse you like a small injured bird...hush...

We all remember our first broken heart, and I guarantee that 6 out of 10 people you'd care to ask would tell you that a cruel sports game franchise was the cause of it. But, wirthling...hush, listen to me now, wirthling...sometimes the true love we search for our whole lives is right in front of our faces, like a glistening brown pucker point on a typical Bigwig date. RIGHT in front of our faces, quietly begging for a kind word, a soft tongue.

What I'm trying to say, wirthling, is that FIRE PRO WRESTLING WORLD truly loves you, and has always loved you. WHY CAN'T YOU JUST SEE IT?"
That's...not what I meant at all.
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Started up Far Cry 5, have not gotten very far yet. The villains are stereotypes of what a stereotypical atheist liberal thinks christians are. I'm sure Kelly approves. It takes place in Montana, and, as one would expect from a Far Cry game, it looks amazing. These games are typically deep, so I suspect I will have more to comment on as I get further into it.

Side note: I accidentally bought the XBox One version. Had to hook that old dust-and-cat-barf-covered box up and cursed the whole time as I hunted for various cables and whatnot. But hey, it still works.
"I am very poorly today and very stupid and hate everybody and everything." - Charles Darwin
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wirthling
a.k.a. Trump Voter Murder Spree
"I am very poorly today and very stupid and hate everybody and everything." - Charles Darwin
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wirthling wrote:
a.k.a. Trump Voter Murder Spree


I picked this up  and see you on pretty frequently - xbox username is setdrak if you want to try some multiplayer on this sometime...

I just read an article about how the tech from Far Cry 2 is ahead of what's used in this game in some ways(2 had individual tree branches with leaves that swayed in the breeze, and could get shot off individually with gun fire).  5 is missing that, but it's not that big a deal - and the game plays a bit more like FC2 to me, with more of an emphasis on the fire mechanics and stuff.  I just wish I could tell a follower to light a fire on one side of a compound to push the enemies into my waiting ambush of remote explosives and mountain lion fury.
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I don't think anyone here is into fighters, but I've been participating in a closed beta test of a platform fighter called Icons: Combat Arena.

The entire company is made up of people that played various versions of Smash brothers, competitively, and are making a game that's balanced for competitive play from the ground up. It's coming along fabulously; I'm pretty excited about it.

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NeuroNed wrote:


I picked this up  and see you on pretty frequently - xbox username is setdrak if you want to try some multiplayer on this sometime...

I just read an article about how the tech from Far Cry 2 is ahead of what's used in this game in some ways(2 had individual tree branches with leaves that swayed in the breeze, and could get shot off individually with gun fire).  5 is missing that, but it's not that big a deal - and the game plays a bit more like FC2 to me, with more of an emphasis on the fire mechanics and stuff.  I just wish I could tell a follower to light a fire on one side of a compound to push the enemies into my waiting ambush of remote explosives and mountain lion fury.


I am considering throwing this disc out the window. I currently have two missions that are glitched such that they are uncompletable. In one I'm supposed to bring some materials to a doctor but it won't tell me what he needs -- instead I just keep getting prompted to hand him the bag I already retrieved for him. The second one just happened. I'm supposed to kill some lieutenant and he has somehow gotten himself wedged 20 feet below ground. So if you want to do some co-op, please bring a shovel.

P.S. I don't know how to launch or join co-op.

ETA: OK, turns out the guy I was supposed to kill was in a bunker I eventually stumbled onto the entrance of. But I promptly encountered another actual bug. I have one of those indicators indicating a person with mission knowledge and it's just floating around. The guy spouts some ambient dialogue, so I know he's there-ish, but he's invisible and I can't get a prompt to talk to him. Fine job, game.
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wirthling wrote:


I am considering throwing this disc out the window. I currently have two missions that are glitched such that they are uncompletable. In one I'm supposed to bring some materials to a doctor but it won't tell me what he needs -- instead I just keep getting prompted to hand him the bag I already retrieved for him. The second one just happened. I'm supposed to kill some lieutenant and he has somehow gotten himself wedged 20 feet below ground. So if you want to do some co-op, please bring a shovel.

P.S. I don't know how to launch or join co-op.

ETA: OK, turns out the guy I was supposed to kill was in a bunker I eventually stumbled onto the entrance of. But I promptly encountered another actual bug. I have one of those indicators indicating a person with mission knowledge and it's just floating around. The guy spouts some ambient dialogue, so I know he's there-ish, but he's invisible and I can't get a prompt to talk to him. Fine job, game.


I had one like that - the one compound where the chick asks you to blow up the radar dishes after you take it over was glitched - I'd start it, but then the radar dishes wouldn't blow up, but the mission remained active. I had to start up another mission and complete it, then when I went back this one worked finally. But yeah, some bugs.  

also, the narrative mechanic where at certain points of progress the game auto-dumps you into a cut-scene - it's nice in one way, since it forces the game to progress the main narrative without tying it directly to missions, but in another it's frustrating as hell as I'll be making my way to some remote outpost to conquer it and I'll hear (they're sending a capture party for you!) and there's nothing I can do to avoid it, and just have to re-take up my adventure whenever it's done with the main story line scenario.

Game is still fun - blowing up 3 - 4 guys with a stick of dynamite is sooo satisfying.
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Despite my hatred of some aspects of the game -- the bugs, the occasional impossible mission (I fucking hated that aerial dogfight) -- I am strongly considering doing the Outpost Master option after I complete the main story. Clearing outposts is very addictive.
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Today is the day! Yakuza 6 is out on the PS4. Got mine today. Yes, Zuben, YAKUZA! [smile]



http://www.siliconera.com/2018/04/17/yakuza-6s-launch-trailer-puts-kiryu-dangerous-situations/
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wirthling wrote:
Despite my hatred of some aspects of the game -- the bugs, the occasional impossible mission (I fucking hated that aerial dogfight) -- I am strongly considering doing the Outpost Master option after I complete the main story. Clearing outposts is very addictive.


clearing outposts is better in this than in FC 4 and 3 in my opinion...it had gotten tedious at this point for me but this game does it just right, and the blend of followers is interesting enough to try different things out.

 

that dogfight?  I couldn't get him in front of me, so I eventually I just sped up to full speed and did a quick loop, and he crashed into me and blew up both planes. it reset me at the airfield, saying I had completed the mission.  I think my body hit the ground after his so I technically died second. I'll take it.  lol.

Something I miss from 4 though is the gyrocopter combined with the handheld grenade launcher being used as pistol so you can use it while flying...so satiisfying blowing up convoys from the air, and now I just have to try and crash my plane into it while bailing out early enough to deploy my chute.

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Goddamn it, so disappointed in Virtual Rickality, or more precisely in its requirement that I use the Move controllers, which are godforsaken fucking stupid useless devices. Unplayable.
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the onslaught for red dead redemption 2 begins....it looks nice so far, and there aren't enough western games. Just hope they've made the world a bit more engaging(or quicker to engage)...the necessity of going through the dice and card games in the last one and their incredibly slow pace and play are just slogs to get through, they feel like chores you have to do before you can get back to the fun stuff. 
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God of War is the best, and will make you a better father.
That's...not what I meant at all.
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Borderlands 2 is still a great game, but the third act is becoming a bit of a slog. I'm not leveled up enough for the main quest, but I don't want to grind to get the levels. That will literally take like 6 hours. 
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