Discussion in 'Gaming' started by charlhussey, Apr 29, 2010.
Started with Detroit become human, damn addictive game
I cleared out the first campaign on Control (the game). It was shocking that I learned how to snipe so late and that was how I cleared out the bogies and then the big boss. It was eye opening. Then I have to clear out the rest of the stage with somehow learning how to improve 'the gun' (and not dying).
You know, I platinumed Control and did both DLCs, but I don't think I've even attempted sniping. Might be time for another playthrough!
Doing a bunch of games... Playing The Outer Worlds and it just did a 12 gig update today.
Here's the thing that pees me off though the update is DLC but I have never bought any DLC yet I'm forced to download the files even though I haven't bought it. Nice one Devs... You still have to pay for the DLC if you want it but the game forces it as an update.
bunch of games Im currently busy with
Assassins Creed Brotherhood
Bravely Default II
Resident Evil 0, Resident Evil remake for my Nintendo Switch Lite
Tales of Vesperia for my Nintendo Switch Lite
replaying some of God of War Chains of Olympus
replaying some of Batman Arkham Origins before gettting into Arkham Blackgate for my Nintendo 3DS
I've been playing a lot of AC: Valhalla over the last two weeks or so and I'm really enjoying it.
Been on a bit of a WH40K kick so I just went and reinstalled Dawn of War. I might even finish the campaign this time...
I tried installing Manhunt and Kingpin: Life Of Crime and a few other old titles and get errors on Windows 10 Pro. I've tried compatibility modes but nothing seems to work. Is there a way to run very old games on a 64bit system like a way to run old games within an emulator of older operating systems?
Google (game name) windows 10?
It pointed me to 1 fix for Kingpin:
Thanks for the links which look like they could fix it and for making me look inept at google searches. Have you played Kingpin or Manhunt?
Not many games have Cypress Hill in the soundtrack. This was the first game I downloaded. 100mb demo on a 56k modem.
I finished Detroit become human. What an terrific game, only a little short.
Recently completed Evoland 2. It's a fun rpg that takes you on a journey via multiple game types and style. While the first game was more of a proof of concept, this sequel is more of a fully-fledged rpg, although I was kind of disappointed in how linear it was. I would have wished more exploration, but it doesn't open up until late in the game, and I found it kind of short, given that it took me 25 in-game hours to beat.
Well, why don’t you replay it for one of the other 50 endings then?
If you make different choices along the way , I know it can morph into a completely different story.
David Cage is weird, some of his games are weird
Yeah, I agree on that. I've played two of his games, and they've all come across as fairly tedious to me. Came to realize that the type of game he puts out is just not for me.
Yeah the Monkey one was just weird in places.
I will do that but not now. The game is still to fresh in my head
I'm not even familiar with that one.
The title was Enslaved Odyssey to the west, it was fun but weird based on a variation of the story of Monkey
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