Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Kronos, 29 Apr 2014.
Tie Fighter Total Conversion
Almost finished Far Cry 6, just exploring other avenues of destruction on the enemy emplacements. I also found out what it was like to be torn apart by four crocodiles (wanted to see what it would be like) lol lol
Hot wheels withs the kids its awesome fun
and guardians of the galaxy not a perfect game but its good fun
Started playing a bit of the new Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous game last weekend, only done a tiny bit of the game so far (what I'd call the prologue) but it seems to be pretty good so far... the amount of options in the character classes is totally insane though.
The game seems a little more forgiving than the previous game, easing you into the challenge a bit more this time around.
Guardians of the Galaxy, i fancy playing that...Might download it sometime...!
Years after I last played it and, several months since I last played any game at all, I’m back on Elder Scrolls Online.
The bar stewards twisted my arm and weaselled 40 odd quid out of my wallet, so despite swearing I wouldn't buy another WWII game I shall start Vanguard tonight.
I feel like I have rediscovered what it was I liked about the game in the public beta and, I'm enjoying playing it. I also managed to buy the Blackwood Collection, including all the so far released chapters, for just £22.99
I recently treated myself to a gaming laptop to play some offline games while away for work. All the Far Cry 6 Hype made me want to try Far Cry 5, so far I'm about 15-20 hours in and still enjoying it.
heh i under stand that guys gripes with the game you are not going to get a comic book game minus qte's games like shenmue/god of war had a reason for it not over used it its prolly more to do with marvel than the devs
i'm currently playing on Pc these two games....Battlefront II and Star Wars: Fallen Jedi
I am playing Vampr and it's kicking my arse. Bloody stupid bosses and ..*winge moan ect..*
Started playing Disco Elysium: The Final Cut recently.
This was a bad idea because it is an absolutely fantastic game so far and it's now going to consume almost all my spare time.
I consider this an absolute win. But then I abhor human contact beyond family or my man in Londis.
I just spotted this. Fallen Order was bloody good! Sometimes bosses got annoying, but that game was great! Best SW game in ages.
Lookin forward to SWTOR update next month.
Just begun playing an older game Mass Effect Andromeda Deluxe, so i'll have a few hours blasting everything and see how it goes..
Forza Horizon 5 through the 3months for £1 deal on xbox game pass.
Completely 'Meh' really, it's just FH4 in a different setting, nothing very new really, off-road physics are still a joke and increasing the difficulty just means making the other cars go faster than you (no increase to the performance level, they just go faster) and not be slowed down by obstacles as much as you. There's also no pacing whatsoever, I've only been playing a few hours a day for a week and I'm level 60 already, with all expeditions done and all the big races unlocked, I haven't even done any dirt races yet and I've unlocked the final one.
The gamepass 3 months for £1 is great. I signed up a week or so ago. Waiting for Halo Infinite campaign to drop.
Downloaded Froza Horizon 5 to see what it's like, all settings maxed out it looked okay in gameplay. But not as good as the internet was suggesting.
I bought a joystick on sale for £40 last night. Looking forward to flying MSFS Airbus a320 neo and SWSquadrons in VR.
I didn't find Flight Simulator to be that good in VR on my Quest 2, although I am only running a 980 so probably not the best person to listen to, , fps was quite low and there was some flickering, but I did last about an hour so it can't have been too bad.
Bloody weird when you start banking and your brain says your still upright but your eyes say different,
Yeah, I played Squadrons in VR with xbox controller. Initially it was definitely very weird. But I think I've gotten used to it. It's more intense than forward/back/left/right movement in VR FPS, but I think less intense than VR racing games. Personally, I can't handle horizontal turns without me turning (cornering in racing games), but I'm fine with banked turn in a plane or FPS style movements.
Played MSFS using the "side stick" last night on regular flat ultrawide screen. The joystick is a LOT easier to do minor movements than xbox controller, as expected.
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