That's the way of the universe. Nothing really matters in the end
Whatever you achieve as Shepard, it'll all be for absolutely nothing...
HorrorScope wrote on Sep 11, 2020, 21:50:I'm not so sure. There's a lot you can do with the hardware if you only have to support 1080p. IMHO the cpu on the series s, which is only 0.2 ghz slower than the series x, is a big deal.
That series S is going to be a problem that should have never happened.
Nucas wrote on Sep 7, 2020, 09:19:Exactly what I thought. It's a 7/10 at best!
man i am baffled by the lavish praise heaped on Control. i can't believe a game managed to make floating in the air and throwing a forklift at some enemy feel so ho-hum. doubt i'll finish this one. glad i waited for the steam release with the contrition discount.
theglaze wrote on Sep 4, 2020, 12:54:Yep that's what me and my pals also experienced. We always scored a couple of wins in the last seasons but after the changes we didn't stand a chance.Removed an inappropriate Caustic voice line.
Looked it up out of curiosity:
"You'll regret the day you crossed me, gutter rat." Caustic to Crypto
Anyways, glad to see the Armor changing back. The best players in the drop would go super aggro and have red armor in a matter of minutes, negating the strategy of looting for better gear before combat.
Numinar wrote on Sep 3, 2020, 21:07:+1
So. Damn. Good.
Best on Switch, they nailed the console UI so hard it's unbelievable. One of those games I can load up any time for a run an have a good time. Very different to FTL, maybe less ambitious in some ways, but a much better game.
ColoradoHoudini wrote on Aug 12, 2020, 21:51:Don't know why but I connect the Quake 2 Test Release to Natalie Imbruglia - Torn
man.. in 1997 i was playing Mark Morrison - Return of the Mack... from my dorm room in the AF.
Dirwulf wrote on Jul 23, 2020, 12:52:Bought it on the Switch before I realized it was in the Gamepass. Anyway, they deserve my $$$.
On Xbox Game Pass for PC.
Nullity wrote on Jul 13, 2020, 13:29:The Orville is probably more Star Trek than the new Star Trek(s).RedEye9 wrote on Jul 13, 2020, 11:58:I initially didn't have any interest in Lower Decks, but this trailer convinced me to give it a shot. Also, The Orville is a great show.
Lower Decks will get the horrible taste of the Orville out of your head.
eRe4s3r wrote on Jul 5, 2020, 20:11:Been trying to communicate that for years! It's one of those forgotten single-player jewels like Tribes Vengeance.
I got finally around to playing Titanfall 2.. and what an amazing campaign that was. Pure action, super detail level... got all the helmets and finished it on master.. in 8 hours. Man. Glad I paid only 5€ for that
jacobvandy wrote on Jun 12, 2020, 03:47:But is that really a hardware thing or just clever software engineering?Simon Says wrote on Jun 12, 2020, 02:46:
Just watched the whole 1hour+ long video on Youtube and my first thought was: "That's it?"
Well... after Unreal Engine 5's demo, that was underwhelming.
And I didn't see anything there that can't be done right now on a PC.
Watch the Ratchet & Clank stuff again, with the rift portal mechanic. They're doing exactly what I recall someone on here said they wanted to see, where you can teleport between two enormous and completely different levels with a transition time of literally 1-2 seconds. It happens 5 times in a row in the reveal trailer, which I assume is a pretty early part of the game where they really show it off.
El Pit wrote on Jun 10, 2020, 01:43:As for the hopefully well done sci-fi setting...
Despite the base game being free, I haven't played it yet but it sure sounds promising: FPS with RPG elements in a (hopefully) well done sci-fi setting... Maybe I'll try it before it goes offline.
Burrito of Peace wrote on May 7, 2020, 06:52:Cards? Slay the Spire....
For me, the only virtual card game that was of any interest was GWENT. It just hit everything the right way and it understood its place. It was a secondary enjoyment, not a primary enjoyment.