Enjoy USPS Simulator.
What a thrill.
Have your laughs, you wags, but I'll remind you there was another high concept "job simulator" back in the 80's that had some pretty far out ideas about plumbers, and I think that worked out just fine.From what I've heard, you're in for between 40-60 hours of that. Not sure this is for me
I tried picking it back up with the DLC a while back and it looked and played like such shit on my PC I don't how I ever ran the base game effectively.Was feeling like I was going to take a short break from my Soulsborne venture and started playing Resident Evil 7. Really cool game, but really had to fight with the video settings to get it playable (and my laptop is more than powerful enough to play it reasonably well).
It's the opposite for me, Farron Keep is far more manageable to me than Irithyll, but I suspect it has more to do with one's comfort level with an area than the relative difficulty of it. For Farron I just stick to the high ground and spam the beasties. Give me that over the dense population of specters and monstrosities of Irithyll any day.Everytime as soon as I get out of that damnable area, it's such a huge sense of relief. Knowing Irithyll is soon helps a lot.
Uh huh, I guess Mario was indeed on a mission to deliver his "package" to Princess PeachHave your laughs, you wags, but I'll remind you there was another high concept "job simulator" back in the 80's that had some pretty far out ideas about plumbers, and I think that worked out just fine.
I actually like the game on a conceptual level. Sam's characterization starts right from the get-go, with him being presented as a lonesome porter with haphephobia. These are pretty interesting and deliberate choices, and in my mind they signify that he's carrying a heavy load not only literally, but figuratively as well.Anyway, I loved the opening, it really felt like a weird sci-fi movie you're playing, and the gameplay is different and compelling and makes sense despite being deservedly meme-worthy;
I'm with you on that. Dark Souls 3 feels undeniably good to play and I too have the most hours invested into it out of the three. Not necessarily because it's my favourite, but I found myself replaying it more often just because it's so fun at the most basic level.Man, DS3 is Souls as Bloodborne and with all the polish... Not the best world, but still great environments, items and enemies. I might need to play it again myself, and I'm certain it's already the one I've replayed the most times (if not for the most time).
That trailer looks like it was made 10 years ago (well, except for the obvious new gen VR tech). I hope at least the game itself is more ingenious.
It's from an indie studio, meaning the entire game's budget is likely less than the trailer budget for the latest AAA title. To compound that there's the fact VR is hard to make a 2D trailer for. The game itself is great though, you should give it a try if you are able to.That trailer looks like it was made 10 years ago (well, except for the obvious new gen VR tech). I hope at least the game itself is more ingenious.