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@stuartb04 let the grinding commence xDD Got this new weapon though...
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Got to the end of Zombie Army Trilogy mission 4 and my internet derped hard causing the guy I was playing with to drop so putting that aside until he is available again. I used the Enfield rifle overwhelmingly in Sniper Elite but loving the fast fire rate of the M1 Grand in Zombie Army. In the few hours we played it, already racked up over 500 headshots and regularly getting 30+ combos...on sniper elite difficulty. I've stolen so many kills from him, it's sad.


Trying Void Destroyer now because I saw Kursah rave about Void Destroyer 2 in the sale thread. So far, I'm not impressed because the control scheme is needlessly complicated.
 
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Played a bit of The room 3 Three, before heading to work. It's somewhat an easier puzzle game than Myst or Obduction. At least for now..
 

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FF7 yet again, but this time, no materia allowed. Things will get interesting mid game as previously unremarkable items like "nail bat" suddenly become great items...
 

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Played a bit of The room 3 Three, before heading to work. It's somewhat an easier puzzle game than Myst or Obduction. At least for now..
Yeah, they never get crazy. The problem with Myst is that 80% of the time you don't know that you're looking at a puzzle and 19% of the time, you know you are but the solution is so obscure you'll stare at it for days and still not get it. The remaining 1%? Progressing.

I think Myst was mostly popular because of the photorealism they used in their art. It wasn't the puzzles. The series died when they abandoned photorealism for a traditional 3D game engine.


In Void Destroyer, I finally gave up playing tutorials and started the game. I'm intrigued but now it's telling me to do stuff I don't know how to do so now I'm going back to tutorials...
 
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Star Conflict, World of Tanks Blitz they are not slow games like other.
 
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Replaying Metal Gear Solid Snake Eater 3D

After all these times it still blows my mind, always finding new details I didn't notice before. Snake's impressions, Sorrow in Boss's eyes, torchlight reflected off the cave's walls, the way EVA looks at Snake, young Ocelot spinning his revolvers to protect himself from the hornets.

I'll share some screenshots:











 
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Grim Dawn
http://grimdawn.com/

Can't get enough of it, I think I've sunk over 1000 hours already, maybe more.
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LOOOOOOT !
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Played some Breathedge, ACO, Black Mesa, and The Room Three.
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I quit playing Void Destroyer with no intent to retry because the controls/game design are atrocious. It tries to be a RTS and space sim while failing to have good control schemes for both. I tried for almost four hours and had enough when the AI would keep killing my command ship while I was trying to get stuff upgraded. Maybe they got the problems ironed out in Void Destroyer 2.


Probably going to start Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines now...
 
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@Guitar that ruins the fun, man..
 

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For people with slower internet (like me), yes, yes it does. Walls of pictures don't belong in this thread but if one insists, just throw [spoiler][/spoiler] tags around it so it's collapsed and hidden unless someone wants to see them.



I was trying to figure out which clan to pick in Bloodlines when Toothless asked to play PAYDAY 2 so, played some PAYDAY 2. I reminded myself how OP the shotgun is with perks. Good times.

I wish I recorded it but I saw him get lifted by two shields and I'm like "Josh Groban - You Raise Me Up." He found it on YouTube and was playing it during the No Mercy heist. Neither of us could stop laughing.

He also reminded me that I never got the Goat Simulator soundtrack in my music library so I just got that done.


Now I would play Bloodlines for real but I'm distracted by the Goat Simulator soundtrack. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
 
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guess I'll do that for future posts. o3o
 
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that thing was a pain in the ass to kill.the alpha boar was actually easy, but the hordes of normal boars were annoying.

sparta kick is awesome,I love it. if you just plan your attack correctly it'll take care of elite enemies effortlessly

 
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I've been looking at these two, and ended up buying neither. I have several friends saying that FC5 is pretty damn awesome, now more so than at release.

But that being said, both these titles look to be quite fun, and am curious what someone who owns and plays both thinks, so I appreciate your input. Right now I'm back into FC2, it's been so long since I last played it and I'm having a blast with it. I know FC5 is a little more arcade in its action and fun, which is appealing, but I like the struggle that FC2 presents as well.

I'm still on the fence about picking up either of them, one of them or both of them on the Steam Winter Sale coming up...
My input:

Ghost Recon Wildlands is a third person 'arcade' tactical shooter. Some mild progression to do, and the rest of the Ubisauce formula is present but not forced on you like it is in previous Far Crys (must do towers to unlock map etc). it is truly free form. You do a tutorial mission and you're left to go wherever. Want to start with high ranking baddies first? Your call. It presents an absolutely beautiful Bolivia to you. It is repetitive, but has a lot of things to do and there are some real challenges, weapons and weapon upgrades, skill points and medals to gather, well, its marker-filled map as always. Its also a good sandbox, and its quite immersive. (All single player, here). The AI teammates are very useful, up to the point of essential to make use of at times. The one-liners over the radio are enjoyable and pretty neat, too. Most of the dialogue doesn't break immersion, it adds to it, which is rare these days for random voice overs. At a reasonable price I'd pick it up. I got mine for free with my GTX1080 back then... You can safely avoid any DLC (or update content) and have a 'complete' game.

FC5 is Far Cry kind of missing the mark for me. It has all the ingredients, but they just don't really get together well. Examples: you can fly planes, but controlling them is horrible. You can use companions, but there is no consequence or gameplay to them (they just kill some baddies). Its the old Far Cry formula, rinse and repeat. Minus unlocking regions, you can just go there. To me, FC5 lacked atmosphere and the world seems very bland and uninspired. The only funny bit was the idea of 'preppers' and finding their stashes. The rest feels... out of place. Some weird, hard to believe cult, its not satisfying at all to knock them out; combat is same old, the world is mostly flat and boring (farms, fields and plains, some trees), and secrets are hardly ever really secrets. Take two steps off the dirt road and bingo. After scratching the surface I felt FC5 really didn't have much to offer. Then there are the weapons: most of them just reskinned versions of the same one, most feel and play exactly the same. Creative weaponry is scarce. A 'Far Cry' from FC2 in every way... As immersive as they made Africa, FC5 doesn't compare in the slightest.
 

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So Far Cry 5 is basically an asset swapped Far Cry 4? I was so disappointed that was basically what Far Cry Primal was. If it is, I might have to quit buying Far Cry games. Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon was the pinnacle.
 
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So Far Cry 5 is basically an asset swapped Far Cry 4? I was so disappointed that was basically what Far Cry Primal was. If it is, I might have to quit buying Far Cry games. Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon was the pinnacle.
That is what every Far Cry has been from 3 onwards and yes, FC5 is the same. Ironically, Ghost Recon Wildlands offers a better sandbox now, too, in its first iteration of an open world. It has all the shooting and driving, and flying, and it's actually useable too instead of super clunky (FC vehicle controls are still crap).

Another good comparison is taking over a military base. In Far Cry, its the same old mark five enemies, shoot open a cage or toss some grenades and move on, maybe you need to shoot twice for good measure... in GR:W, it really does force you to take out enemies before they hit the alarm button, or it becomes GTA-style total chaos with an endless stream of helicopters and APCs full of enemies storming in. Stealthy or non stealthy gameplay are radically different. If you screw up, prepare for a half hour of intense combat. If you do it well, prepare for true James Bond feels - including a plane takeoff that also doubles as a transport mission and gives goodies :D
 
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So Far Cry 5 is basically an asset swapped Far Cry 4?
Technically it's not, but it plays in exactly the same fashion and feels like the exact same game. Which is even sadder.
 
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FC3 was my favourite, apart from the original of course, which I still play. You can always tell a good game - if you keep going back to it, and vice versa.

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I'm totally addicted to Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines. It made me stay up like 6 hours past my bedtime. XD

I'm already seeing a lot of replay potential.
 
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Audio Device(s) Microlab B-77 + Asus Xonar DSX
Power Supply Seasonic G650
Mouse Zowie ZA11 + Steelseries QcK Limited
Keyboard Genius KB-G235
Rainbow Six Siege with my buddies every night, and a couple of hours of GTA Online roaming around every now and then.
 
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