I personally am waiting for the console release. I heard about this game maybe two years or so ago and was interested in it ever since. I think it'll actually be released as a final version for consoles and with the added audio dialogues it'll probably gain a huge popularity boost. From what I've heard and read about in reviews it's a great game so no doubt it'll gain more attention then.But, the best one I played is hands down Disco Elysium. What a game! I have no idea why it's not more popular.
I'm sold. But how can one play Alien: Isolation in VR?
Since this actually was the prequel, I'm now playing through Read Dead Redemption 1. Extremely impressed to find the exact same voice actors and same game engine. Plus, the story picks up exactly where it left off. Cool! Despite the dated graphics it is clear that rdr1 must be one of the best games ever. I cannot imagine how I would have felt playing it back in 2010.
I beat Chrono Cross last night. I’m definitely going to need to play it again one day. Besides the somewhat confusing narrative, I missed a couple level 7 techniques and characters (some of which can’t be obtained on the first play through). I enjoyed the game itself. While it didn’t live up to its predecessor, it was a worthy sequel and a fun title in its own right. Pretty amazing graphics for a PS1 game, too. They really pushed the system to its limits.
Ah, I can’t believe I didn’t mention the music; it’s incredible! It’s the first time in a long time that I’m going to try and get the album for a video game.Ah, the memories! Chrono Cross is one of my favorite games. As you said, the graphics are great, but I really like the music as well. Every now and then I will listen to some of the tunes from the game.
What ending did you get? I myself didn’t get the proper ending until at least my second play through.
Nice! That's the one I meant by the proper ending, but I didn't want to mention specifics, in case it wasn't the ending you got.According to the Wiki, I got Ending 2: Chrono Cross. I rescued Schala from the Time Devourer. I wouldn’t have known how to use the Chrono Cross Element properly, but I accidentally read a spoiler when I Googled how to use the Element after first obtaining it and trying to use it in battle. Whoops! Paid off, though.
I put 40 hours into it and then let my island basically die. I feel genuine guilt when I come to check on my island and all of my islanders are depressed. I was close to reaching the end thing with KK Slider, too.Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Played for one hour, it's fun and I even saw moon phase just like outside my window, mindblown! Wtf! Day/night cycle also aligns to real life time. Very interesting game. I'll be playing it further.
Doom, Doom, and more Doom. (on my switch)
Somehow I put more time into Doom 64 than Eternal and 2016, even though I love those games. I guess I'm just a sucker for older games.
Doom 3 is certainly an interesting game. Not quite like the other Doom games but that's fine. I actually started it last week, the atmosphere is what really gets me. It scared the shit out of me. I've enjoyed what I've played so far. Doom 64 is also unlike the other doom games, it's very puzzle based, lots of action and murder still, just a lot more thought put into level design, I think. Some people consider it to be the "true doom 3", and I can see where they are coming from, but ultimately doom 3 is doom 3, lol.I think 64 is the only one I haven't played through, been meaning to check it out for a while. Unpopular opinion, but Doom 3 is probably my favorite and I've definitely spent a lot more time on it than the others. It came out right around the time I was first getting into PC games and I remember it being pretty impressive back then. I totally understand the complaints with it being "not a real doom game" and such, but I enjoy it for what it is.