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The Games we play...

Discussion in 'Anything Goes' started by Ormerod, Sep 23, 2007.

  1. peep

    peep Moderator Staff Member Moderator Social Media Team

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    Urgh, that's gross. I sort of understand no one wants to be swamped in a pile of the same charger cables but that's still really cheeky.

    I purchased South Park: Fractured but whole on Friday. It's amazing, like being a part of an epic season of South Park. There's been a few annoying moments where I'm trying to move a ladder into place only for it to just get stuck, aside from that I've been having an amazing time. There's just so much to explore and many toilets to use (each one is a mini-game with varying difficulty).
     
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    I only play animal crossing pocket camp. It is so nice.
     
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    It really all depends on what you like/want. Legend of Zelda: Link Between Worlds is a good one to get. The main series Pokemon games are all good too.
     
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    Been playing some games as always. I got a Switch this past Christmas so I've been having fun with that. Been focusing on some smaller/cheaper titles as school kept me from spending time on more time consuming games. Some highlights:

    Celeste. This has become one of my favorites. It's a 2D platformer, and it's hard as hell. But it feels so rewarding and there's even a really touching story. Soundtrack is excellent as well. Think it's available on most platforms, was only $20 and you can complete the main story in 10 hours or less.

    Stardew Valley. Okay this one is technically supposed to be more time consuming but I've only played around 15 hours, on and off throughout the past several months. I like it and it's quite relaxing, I just haven't been hooked on it like others have had.

    Civilization 5. Just got this a few days ago. Now that the school semester is over I've been looking for something to get me hooked on for hours, and I think this might do it. Kind of reminds of Settlers of Katan and Fire Emblem, both of which I really enjoy. Political intrigue is fun!

    Steamworld Dig 2. Also just got this. I've heard nothing but great things and so far so good. It's a neat little Metroid-Vania where you're basically mining through the earth and encountering smart little dungeons and puzzles.

    I was thinking about getting this. It just came out on Switch recently, might wait till it's on sale though.

    I'm also looking forward to the Dark Souls Remaster. I tried the original on PS3 but I lost my data so this should get me back into it.
     

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