r/pcgaming Aug 24 '21

What Are You Playing Thread - August 24, 2021

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Use this thread to discuss whatever you've been playing lately (old or new, AAA or indie). Don't just list the names of games as your entire post, make sure to elaborate with your thoughts on the games.

Make sure to use spoiler tags if you're posting anything about a game's plot that might significantly hurt the experience of others that haven't played the game yet (no matter how old or new the game is).

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u/xx_Shady_xx Aug 24 '21

Just started Jedi Fallen Order, liking it!

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u/pr0ghead Ryzen 3700X, GTX 970, Fedora 🐧 Aug 24 '21

I liked it, too. Would have been ok, if it didn't try to be souls-like, too, though.

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u/_ObsidianOne_ Aug 24 '21

It opposite for me , i liked more because it is being soulslike

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u/justrollmore Aug 27 '21

In what ways? I’m not disagreeing just curious because it’s in my wishlist

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u/pr0ghead Ryzen 3700X, GTX 970, Fedora 🐧 Aug 27 '21

It comes down to if you like "souls-like" mannerisms (bonfire, losing EXP upon death that you have to get back, …) or not. I'm getting tired of it.

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u/Older_Than_Avg Aug 26 '21

It's a really satisfying game isn't it??

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u/hehehehahahaha Aug 24 '21

Got a 30 series card and finally played thru Red dead 2, god what a game. Sorta blanking on what to play next, any recommendations?

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u/Johnnius_Maximus Aug 24 '21

I really enjoyed days gone. The first few hours can be a little bit of a drag for some people but I highly recommend pushing though it if that's the case for you.

Loved the world, the characters, the driving and the combat.

Story is half decent too.

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u/thatkidgobe Aug 24 '21

I loved it at first but my god the game is long as hell. Find myself just wishing it was complete already

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u/Johnnius_Maximus Aug 24 '21

I'll admit it is a long game, you could always just do the main missions and avoid most side missions.

There is an advantage if you get the camps to level 3 but I don't want to spoil anything for you.

Personaly I loved every minute of it.

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u/HaloSlippin Aug 24 '21

Clearing hordes is so therapeutic

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u/PassiveF1st Aug 26 '21

Control looks pretty.

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u/pr0ghead Ryzen 3700X, GTX 970, Fedora 🐧 Aug 24 '21

DA:Inquisition. It's strangely engaging for some reason but suuuuper slow burn. Story proceeds at a snails pace, at least if you're doing lots of the side-quests. Also really pretty, but a shame that they never brought HDR to PC.

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u/Johnnius_Maximus Aug 24 '21

Don't do what I did and get distracted by all the icons to do things on the map.

I completely burnt out on the game this way, I really wish I could have just done the major and side quests but the completionist in me saw me doing every single little thing.

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u/pr0ghead Ryzen 3700X, GTX 970, Fedora 🐧 Aug 24 '21

Noted. It does start to feel a bit like work at times, but I think that's a problem with all "open world" games these days.

Here the icons do lead you to interesting places at time though, so there's that.

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u/Johnnius_Maximus Aug 24 '21

Yeah, it was my own fault really. It's a shame as a lot of people have good things to say about it, I feel like I cheated myself out of a game.

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u/FPSrad 21:9 MasterRace | AW3423DW | RTX 3080 | Ryzen 5900X Aug 24 '21

for HDR you could start learning how to use SpecialK, it's been a blessing for me to just inject HDR manually into games that don't officially support like all the multitude of unity / unreal engine indies, I know for a fact it works in inquisition.

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u/Lazaraaus 5600X | Nitro+ 6800XT | ASUS X570 | 32GB Aug 24 '21

Huge fan of inquisition. Got it when it dropped and immediately sunk like 150+ hours during my sophomore year of college — to my detriment lol.

There is a lot of stuff that’s honestly not important to the game as a whole so don’t get burnt out, I didn’t end up beating it until giving it a rest for 2 years.

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u/TheFightingMasons Aug 26 '21

I was super bored the whole way through. Origins is still the champ if you ask me.

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u/Notarandomthrowaway1 Aug 24 '21

Crusader Kings 3 on PC and Skyward Sword on Switch. After a pretty intense 500 something hour Tarkov binge it's nice to have fun in a game again but I'm keen to return to Tarkov soon!

Ck3 is so fun. I tried Stellaris and do like it but it drove me back to CK3 as its new and cleaned up. Also the personality and close up aspect or CK leaders. It's incredibly satisfying to murder an opposing ruler leaving his heir who is much friendlier with your vision in his place. Or simply murdering your brother to reclaim all your fathers titles before you have single inheritance laws.

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u/SuperRyek Aug 25 '21

Did you learn ck3 by just playing it? I stopped playing cause I had no clue what I was doing

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u/Notarandomthrowaway1 Aug 25 '21

There is a pretty in depth tutorial playing as Ireland, it is a game that takes time and reading and a lot of trial and error but just keep reloading your old save if things go wrong until you are confident.

Or just watch a quick beginners guide to get you going, it took me a while but now I have the hang of it.

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u/SuperRyek Aug 25 '21

Okay great thanks! Been thinking about trying it again

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u/PrinceDizzy Aug 25 '21

I'm having an absolute blast with Skyward Sword on the Switch, really love the motion controls and I feel these are some of the best dungeon designs in the entire series

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u/Notarandomthrowaway1 Aug 25 '21

Love the dungeons prefer my pro controller over motion Haha

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u/GioMike RTX 2070/i7-8700k/16GB @3200 Aug 24 '21

I’m patiently waiting for a CK3 sale to finally grab it. Preferably the Royal Edition.

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u/Notarandomthrowaway1 Aug 24 '21

It's on gamepass so try it for a free trial.

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u/AlarmWrong1407 Aug 24 '21

Quake 1, gotta get my crack fix before the community dies again

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u/Dealj0bber 3700X / RTX 3080 / FV43U Aug 26 '21

I never played beyond the first episode until recently. Had it back in the day, but it was just the 10 dollar disc with the first episode.

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u/PillowTalk420 Ryzen 5 3600|GTX 1660 SUPER|16GB DDR4 G.Skill Ripjaws|512GB M.2 Aug 25 '21

I'm currently obsessed with Project Zomboid. It's like Cataclysm: Dark Days Ahead, but with The Sims 1 graphics and a little less under the hood; but structured. It's pretty well polished for an unfinished indie game. Hardcore as fuck. It's punishing in all the right ways for a zombie survival game. Surviving alone, even far away from the zombies is a challenge. Then you throw in hundreds, if not thousands, of zombies that will swarm you. And even surviving an attack isn't safe. You can actually get infected and die anyway. Then come back as a new character and kill your zombified former self and take all his shit. :D

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u/LoreMasterSnert Aug 26 '21

Is there any form of base building? Making a base has always been super fun in these types of games.

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u/PillowTalk420 Ryzen 5 3600|GTX 1660 SUPER|16GB DDR4 G.Skill Ripjaws|512GB M.2 Aug 26 '21

Yes! Not only can you board up and fortify existing buildings, you can get tools and hardware and just go out into the woods to cut down trees, build your own base, farm your own food (or forage and hunt/fish).

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u/LoreMasterSnert Aug 26 '21

Well you absolutely sold me for this game. Thanks!

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u/EnglishCalliope Aug 24 '21

Quake Champions! FPS - smooth game but wish there were more players. Free and been in beta for about 3 years now.

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u/LostSoullzz Aug 24 '21

Great game, insanely tough for new players though.

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u/[deleted] Aug 25 '21

It's a shit game compared to older ones. No server browser and lack of players makes things much worse.

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u/shaokim Aug 25 '21

What don’t you like about it?

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u/kumblast3r Aug 26 '21

Do people still play quake live

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u/crackhash Aug 24 '21

The Ascent, Humankind. Waiting for psychonauts 2.

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u/striped_zebra Aug 24 '21

How do you like the accent? Playing solos or co-op? Looks interesting but idk if I’d love it

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u/crackhash Aug 24 '21

I am playing solo. Loving shooting pepole here and there. The environment is pretty cool. Co-op will be a lot of fun. I am running it in Fedora 34. Working from day one.

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u/striped_zebra Aug 24 '21

Are you playing on m+kb or controller? This is a perfect game a wish I had a steam deck for.

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u/crackhash Aug 24 '21

m+kb.

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u/striped_zebra Aug 24 '21

Yeah ok same. I just picked up helldivers and I wish I had a controller for that game too. I was looking at Anvil too coming out this year . Similar style gameplay

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u/EatMyPupusas Aug 24 '21

Aliens:Fireteam Elite, it’s fun!

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u/multicamblackgang Aug 24 '21

Hows the replay ability on it? On the fence about buying it, reminds me of the WWZ game which i liked but got bored of quick.

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u/EatMyPupusas Aug 24 '21

I can’t say much about the replayability right now, but it might end up going down the same path that WWZ did for you. It’s definitely a fun game, but maybe wait for a sale?

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u/multicamblackgang Aug 24 '21

Word bird, i read some others comments and im going to pass for a sale, appreciate your thoughts

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u/EatMyPupusas Aug 24 '21

No problem man! Make sure to have some friends to play with! The tension and scares are there to have a good laugh!

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u/bluurks Aug 24 '21

Project Zomboid and Quake (because of the new update!)

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u/thatkidgobe Aug 24 '21

Outerwilds for when I want to unwind.

Also Getting really into Apex. If anyone’s a casual and wants to play, message me!

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u/mercified_rahul Aug 24 '21

What region yiu play in?

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u/thatkidgobe Aug 24 '21

US - Southwest

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u/mercified_rahul Aug 24 '21

Ah I play in the Singapore server, ping will be real high for either of us

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u/cheerstothefirstyear 3080 5900x Aug 24 '21

Been playing a lot of Gunfire Reborn, and working my way through Cruelty Squad.

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u/TheFightingMasons Aug 26 '21

Check out RoboQuest

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u/thehousebehind Aug 24 '21

Carrion was brilliant, and exactly what I needed. Nothing beats a simple premise that expands upon an established genre in amazing ways.

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u/PanicAK Aug 24 '21

Saving this one to play on my Steam Deck, super excited about it.

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u/computersarecoolasf i7 8700K | RTX 2070 Aug 25 '21

I'm currently playing though classic Doom games and it's surprising how well they hold up even today. Doom II has been a blast so far

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u/ElFelipeRios Aug 25 '21

The modern versions on a high refresh monitor are amazingly fun, with a new PC I got the Doom collection and have really enjoyed Doom 2016, but also have played just as much Ultimate Doom and Doom 2 even though I could've ran them on my old laptop lol

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u/I_STOLE_YOUR_WIFI Aug 25 '21

Hades, started today, pretty obsessed..

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u/PassiveF1st Aug 26 '21

I played 70+ hours in that game in what seemed like a week. After I consistently starting beating it run after run and increasing the difficulty I got burned out but man I loved that game.

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u/Break25 Aug 25 '21

I started playing Psychonauts for the first time thanks to it being at 99 cents on Steam. Really liking it so far!

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u/SuperRyek Aug 25 '21

I also picked that up. Looking forward to starting it and maybe buying the sequel

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u/drupoxy Aug 24 '21

GRIME

I'm a sucker for a good (or even decent) metroidvania game. This one is 90% of the way to being excellent, but one of the essential components of these types of games imo is fast travel done without much fuss. They've added some in since launch, but it's still nowhere near almost any other one. That bumps it down from a 8-9 out of 10 to a 6-7 out of 10. Along with a lack of easy respec, it really discourages experimentation and exploration. Boss fights are good but it gives them a big enough health bar that there's no bullshitting here. For the harder ones, you will learn every single attack they do and how to handle it.

Dyson Sphere Program

Playing through this one, but it really doesn't have the addictive nature of Factorio or Satisfactory. I will drop it for weeks at a time. It kinda feels like you're always struggling in it, whereas with the other two games it feels like you gain a level of mastery as you progress.

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u/xunleashed_ny Aug 24 '21

Hades….run #28 here we go!!!

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u/[deleted] Aug 24 '21

Fortnite, Quake 1 & Fall Guys.

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u/Connect_Tadpole2277 Aug 24 '21

Grim dawn! Holy fuck what a treat. I just have the first dlc but for sure getting the other 2 here soon. Such a good game.

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u/jagreen3 Aug 26 '21

Same here bro. Made a shield breaker. Wanna play sometime if you pick the second dlc up? Don’t think you really need crucible.

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u/Lazaraaus 5600X | Nitro+ 6800XT | ASUS X570 | 32GB Aug 24 '21

Just beat prey, and finally decided to give Death of the Outsider a real shot since I have it on PC now. On the last mission, really enjoyed it. Like the updated energy mechanics and the the interplay between having 3 powers with wide use that can be tailored with bone charms. My current favorite combo is bone charms to limit the harm/stun of displacing into people and seeing how many kill chains I can get with it + clever foresight usage.

I’m not trying to get too excited but I’m looking forward to Death Loop.

Also went back and tried Far Cary 5 because I got it on sale for like $8. The gun play feels a little off to me if I can get some friends for coop I can see giving it a run. Also it it just me or is the AI really, really dumb?

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u/criscrunk Aug 26 '21

I think Prey was once 5 dollars on the steam sale and has never gone that low again. Might be time for me to replay Deus Ex while waiting on that price drop.

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u/Lazaraaus 5600X | Nitro+ 6800XT | ASUS X570 | 32GB Aug 26 '21

I got it during that sale!

It was gonna sale for $8 I think as a part of the arkane/Bethesda discount package on steam. It might still be running.

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u/Sir_Surf_A_Lot Aug 25 '21

Started playing Red Dead Redemption 2 for the first time!

So far, absolutely loving it. I loved the first one with the freedom you have and not to mention the world itself. Something about the western vibe just holds my attention more so then other open world games. Just got to the third chapter and I already know I’m going to be sad when I finish the game

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u/AgentSquish66 Aug 27 '21

Hands down the best game I’ve ever played. It’s an absolute masterpiece! Take your time and do as much exploring as you can, and stay off the internet until you finish it! No spoilers!!!

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u/Cockblockuly Aug 26 '21

Got watch dogs legion at a sale. Normally wouldn't bother but after getting the assassin i got interested. I mean playing as an assassin in modern day london looks amazing. From what i've seen the game is not half bad too. Actually really enjoying it.

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u/zippythezigzag Aug 24 '21

Skyrim. Again. No clue why.

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u/GingerChrist Aug 26 '21

Same although my main intent was to play it completely opposite of my usual build

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u/NathanTheMong Aug 24 '21

Been Playing A lot of fallout new vegas, one of my all time best games in my opinion, I love the fallout games tho the mods I have for new vegas are shaders and my rig is a i3 and gtx 1050ti so you can guess what the issue is there.

As soon as I get my new rig Ill be playing fallout 3 fallout new vegas and fallout 4 hopefully with much better quality and frames :)

hope you all are well

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u/M_I_C_H_L Aug 24 '21

Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Directors Cut.

Currently 2,99 € on GOG.

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u/criscrunk Aug 26 '21

Great Game.

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u/Endemoniada Aug 24 '21

Oh man... I'm currently playing Civ VI while taking a break from a super aggravating section in The Ascent, which I started playing on release despite being in the middle of completing Horizon: Frozen Wilds, which I started playing while taking a break from Cyberpunk 2077 after 150+ hours, which I jumped head-first into on release despite being almost done with Shadowrun: Dragonfall...

So... yeah. Is the question what I'm actually playing or what I thought I was playing? :)

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u/Asmzn2009 Aug 26 '21

I find it super difficult to go back to game once i took a break of more than a couple days from it, even if i was having fun with it.

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u/DiverDown42 Nov 12 '21

Oh, this is so me too. I was hard core into NewWorld, playing every day. Took a week long vacation where I didn't have a gaming computer and when I came back, I logged in, spent 10 minutes messing around and was super bored. Logged out and went hunting for another game.

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u/no1tcefni Aug 24 '21

I started Y's VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana and alternating between various games on off time GG: Strive, Mini Motorways, and Dreamscaper

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u/Offeryoursoul Aug 24 '21

FFVII: remake, BL3, and Fable 3 currently. May swap out Fable 3 at some point, but who’s to say.

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u/killmore145 Aug 24 '21

HOUSEPARTY!! I'm waiting for the new character in the game! ughh.. the suspense is real man!

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u/Gatuniano Aug 24 '21

Vermintide and TW:WH 2 and... SLAY THE SPIRE!!! IS FLUCKING AMAZING!!!

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u/Johnnius_Maximus Aug 24 '21

Started up mafia remastered last night after completing days gone.

Really enjoyed the few hours I put in, played the original many years ago at release so it feels slightly familiar but also quite fresh.

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u/RASHY4557 Aug 24 '21

Anyone play that Western battle royale Grit? Worth a download?

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u/Renegade_Meister RTX 3080, 5600X Aug 24 '21

Frostpunk: Since learning about the sequel announcement, I'm on the 3rd scenario, and have enjoyed the apocalyptic city management so far. I think it is the final non-DLC scenario though, so I can understand how some people wouldnt enjoy the game if paying full price it and was not hooked on this style of city management. I have the DLC which includes at least 2 more scenarios that I'll definitely play, and a few flavors of an Endless mode that I'll play at least one of. There have only been a few minorly annoying idiosyncrasies in gameplay, none of which majorly affect gameplay.

Unlike This War of Mine from the same dev, which is my GOAT survival game, I dont think I can say that Frostpunk is my GOAT city manager. However I do really appreciate it for what it is - Even if I dont get as much replay value from it as I do a few other great management/sim games at 100+ hours. I've debated whether to turn up the difficulty some since challenge varies by scenario, including no save scum Survival mode, but since I have put at least 5 hours into each scenario, I'm afraid of committing time like that only to back myself into a corner. We'll see if I change my tune after playing all scenarios.

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u/ucantbb Aug 24 '21

Played through 12 Minutes.

For a good 2~3 hours, the story is intriguing and engaging, though I didn't love how it ended.

Planning in the current loop how to act differently in the next to progress the story was fun. Sometimes it was enjoyable to play around with clearly wrong choices just to see the outcome.

Twice I felt stuck and had to try every combination of items/dialogue until one of them finally worked. The game could have used a better hint system to help the player get unstuck and avoid this kind of trial and error, which is common in adventure games, but hurts a lot in 12 Minutes because you have to restart the loop and redo several choices/dialogues to be able to try something else.

The voice acting is good, but nothing out of this world, I will probably forget about it in a year from now (maybe less).

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Downloaded Humankind and the Power Rangers fighting game, but this week my focus is all on Psychonauts 2.

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u/TheFightingMasons Aug 26 '21

I feel like they just didn’t lean into the loop stuff enough. The amount of times that I wanted to do something and it wasn’t an option about drove me crazy.

Conversations happening the same way from the guy’s side was annoying to. Calling the insurance line got a good chuckle outa me though.

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u/HaloSlippin Aug 24 '21

Currently focusing on:

Soma (have to play this one in small chunks)

Shadow of War (this is my main game right now, loving it). Started watching the LOTR extended versions with my wife since we are both on covid quarantine, and this game called to me.

Curse of the Dead Gods when I want zone out and listen to a podcast and just play something for 30-45 minutes.

Apex Legends is always sitting there when I’m feeling like some MP action

Outer Woods when I feel like getting lost in something, but I am having issues sticking with this one for some reason.

I also have The Ascent downloaded and I’ve played for a couple of hours but I can’t really get into it. Should I try with a controller?

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u/[deleted] Aug 25 '21

Middle earth shadow of war. Loved the first game and love these style of games if anyone's got any suggestions other than the arkham series which I've already played and beat.

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u/Greywolf97 Aug 25 '21

Glad to see some shadow of war love in here! Even after beating it the end game stuff is so fun, especially messing around with builds. I think that’s where it improves the most over the first one.

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u/LonnieMachin Aug 25 '21

Same. Currently playing shadow of war, it's so much fun. I loved first game as well.

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u/Lavamagnus Lavapotion - Writer Aug 25 '21

Just about to start King's Bounty 2! :D

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u/m8-wutisdis Aug 25 '21

I'm playing Dragon's Dogma again. Also have been playing FTL with the mod Multiverse. Not really excited for any recent title at the moment.

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u/BurgerKid Aug 25 '21

Starcraft 2 arcade: Direct strike. It’s so addicting AND casual AND strategically intense. I love it

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u/Greywolf97 Aug 25 '21

I’ve been having a lot of fun in Shadow of War. They really expanded on what made the first game so good with new fortress sieges, which have an online ranked mode where you can siege fortresses of other players. I got it along with both DLC campaigns on sale for $9 and spent 100hrs in it 👍

I’d recommend trying it out on brutal difficulty since that increases the damage done by everyone so you can mow through more orcs while being more of a glass cannon.

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u/SteveOhThreeOhThree Aug 25 '21

Bouncing between Watch Dogs: Legion, Ghost Recon: Wildlands, and Psychonauts 2.

Legion I attempted a few times but didnt stick with it until now. I am glad I gave it another go. It seems they fixed a lot of the quirks (seriously mismatched voices to NPCs and other quality of life things) and man this game is extensive. So much to see and do, the missions are engaging and the recreation of London is awesome.

Wildlands because I didn;t like Breakpoint and really like the world of Wildlands and taking down cartels

Psychonauts 2 I just started but it's really well done and brings back all the nostalgia of the first.

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u/troop89 Aug 26 '21

Guacamelee 2 then I plan on starting psychonauts 2.

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u/criscrunk Aug 26 '21

RePlaying some Metal Gear Solid V. I’m in dire need of a good stealth game.

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u/TheFightingMasons Aug 26 '21

12 minutes was disappointing for how long and often they were showing off that trailer, and I love time loops.

Outer Wilds and Forgotten City just set the bar ridiculously high and 12 min. Just didn’t meet it.

Tried Gunfire reborn and I thought I liked it, until I played RoboQuest. The gunplay and mobility in that game is super fun. It just needs more time in the oven.

Seeing Fate seemed like it would be my jam, but the artstyle really takes the wind out of the sails. There is a race of bird people, but they just look like humans, but instead of noses they have beaks. Like, they also have human mouths AND beaks. It’s fuckin weird man.

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u/questionable_salad Aug 26 '21

Everything Gears really. Gears Tactics is pretty fun and I'm not usually into that type of game but this time its syncing probably due to the setting. This lead me to finally getting around to play Gears 4 and 5. I loved the opening of Gears 4, seeing snippets the Pendulum Wars and Emergence Day just as a COG but these robots are really dumb. We need a whole game set during that earlier time.

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u/wolfpack_charlie Aug 26 '21

Quake 1 deathmatch, playing the new remaster on steam. Chaotic, fast paced fun, even for someone like me who's completely shit at Quake

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u/Steven2597 Ryzen 7 5800X | RTX 3080Ti | 32GB DDR4 RAM 3666MHz CL16 Aug 26 '21

Playing Wolfenstein: The New Order again from the Xbox Game Pass for PC for those sweet, sweet cheevos. However, it's reminded me just how much I hate idTech 5.

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u/RHINO_Mk_II Ryzen 3700X & RTX 2070Super Aug 26 '21

Hades. So far it's like an 8.5/10 for me. The combat is tight, the art and sound excellent as expected from Supergiant, the writing is pretty good but not quite their best. My biggest complaint is how quickly the difficulty falls off once you start unlocking "continues". My first 6 or so runs failed to make it to the final boss, my next 4 died to the final boss, then my next 4 all killed the final boss, even using brand-new weapons that I had 0 experience with. The persistent power upgrades are simply too strong to the point where you would have to be insane to win in your first 5 runs, knowing nothing about the final boss's moveset when you walk into the room - and when you die its a 45 minute grind back to try again. Fortunately the gameplay is good enough to keep going through the easy early levels, but I feel like the game would have been better if it gave you a fair shot of beating the boss on the first run, with no prior experience and was harder later on (which Supergiant does to its credit do well in terms of optional difficulty modifiers, but I would prefer the vanilla experience to be less of a difficulty cliff)

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u/nadroj37 Aug 27 '21

Booted up Destiny 2 for the first time in a while and going through the seasonal content I missed since Beyond Light released. I watched their live showcase for the next expansion and I’m super hyped again.

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u/herr_schleis Aug 27 '21

Fallout 4 thanks to the Steam sale! Played the Vanilla on PS4 when it came out but hooooly is it a different animal on PC.

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u/Eatpineapplenow Aug 27 '21

Recommend me a game for pc with a controler, preferably with some kind of progression system?

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u/Leptokk R5 3600 | 16 Gb 3000MHz | 2060 Super Aug 25 '21

Just started Borderlands 3 solo and BL2 with friends

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u/viodox0259 Aug 25 '21

Aliens fire team. Very very disappointed. A complete cash grab .

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u/Ceej311 Aug 25 '21

Little Valheim though not as much these days I'll never stop playing Hades Never stop playing Monster train I'm getting my retro gaming pad set up soon so will probably be playing perfect dark and NFL blitz 2000 for the rest of my days

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u/Older_Than_Avg Aug 26 '21

If this is in the wrong place, I apologize but, I have been playing and then, reviewed, 9 Monkeys of Shaolin. Here's a short video... https://youtu.be/YvOnX9u4NTU