Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Hex, 13 Jun 2021.
Is any game when you frame it in those terms?
Parties at your place sound quite the event!
It's No Man's Skyrim.
Whether that's a good thing or a bad thing I'll leave up to you.
I meant him having to repeat loads of things to progress.
Thats most games. All depends on how much you enjoy the gameplay loop...
Case in point: I’ve spent most of the ~25hrs or so of my current CP2077 playthrough completing all of the NCPD scanner missions. There are roughly 150; they have no impact on the main story line and are purely side content. That’s pretty much pure “grind”, but I really enjoy this game so I don’t mind doing it.
Besides, it’s about time I got all the achievements for this game
I think what'll happen with my situation is I'll just upgrade the Frontier with C parts, like I was gonna do my main ship that has the unique comspike etc.
I'll play with the Frontier to get the skill upgraded.
Then plan to upgrade my main ship once I've maxed out the skill, and return to it... but in reality never bother because my Frontier will be tearing ships apart anyway I'm sure.
I've done the main story after 200+ hours. That's just the missions, no exploring really. Now I'm just gonna fly to all the systems and see if there's anything else left.
It has many faults, but is also the space game of the dreams of a kid in the 90s/00s playing X: Beyond The Frontier or Freelancer, or even earlier with Elite, and imagining games in the future where you could land on any planet, walk around your ship with a crew, do missions or just walk around cities, build your own ship.
Here's my final ship, I chose the cosiest interiors and window-est cockpit. It's probably an acquired taste:
I dread to think how that would have been christened.
I manoeuvre myself behind my enemies and shaft them, and it's very painful for them.
(I don't waste the Lubricant I have in storage.)
I'm stealing that name.
I've nearly finished with the exploring part of it and my time with the game, and... wow...
Seeing the rings actually move and dominate the sky is crazy and also from my astronomer nightmares.
Finished after over 300 hours, this is the last screenshot I took.
He's got a wonky ring.
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