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  2. Nag

    The Hot Topic Returns

    On the flip side of that your character being able to do unbelievable acrobatics during cutscenes but getting stopped in their tracks by a waist high fence during gameplay.
  3. OCH

    The Hot Topic Returns

    For me, Cutscene Death. You play through most games virtually immortal. Able to revive from the dead and/or heal wounds of any kind. Yet a single stab or bullet in a cutscene and you're Dead, dead.
  4. More a trend than a cliche but the fact that every game has to have a multiplayer mode....or the fact they spend so much time working on multiplayer they forget the singleplayer experience.
  5. Nag

    The Hot Topic Returns

    Finding massive ammo stashes just before a boss fight.🤣
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  7. I’m having a blast playing this game, around 20 hours in. So far I’ve stayed on the continent I started on (the Ogre’s continent) but I think I’m about to start exploring other continents. For the last while I’ve been using the three level 28 support characters I was given at the start of the game, but my character is level 32 now so I’ll probably recruit stronger ones at the tavern soon (there is also the option to invite real people to join your party which I haven’t tried yet). I took a few screenshots which show the game’s train (the train has its own track which you can follow
  8. 2 is way better than 3. It has more content, more puzzles, and felt it lasted longer. That doesn’t mean 3 is bad. It just doesn’t have as much going for it as 2 does. 3 cut out a fair bit of content from the original, and didn’t really add anything to justify doing so. Other than that multiplayer mode, but who even gives a fuck about that anymore.
  9. Fair does. Personally I prefer Odyssey. The story was more interesting, I found Eivor to be quite a dull character in comparison to Kassandra, who had way more charisma and personality. Odyssey felt like it had better variety, I loved the ship combat, which was pretty much non existent in Valhalla. And the loot system was much better, as you constantly had gear that changed your stats and appearance, something Valhalla unfortunately lacked. That’s not to say Valhalla is a bad game. Far from it, I had a lot of fun with it. I just felt it was a step backwards in comparison to Odyssey.
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  11. The Wolf Among Us Aearo Capitalism 2 Fallout 4 (modded) BLOONS TD6 Alpha Protocol Those are the games up for vote once Two Point Hospital is done with. Games that get no votes will be removed from the list.
  12. Hidden Folks (PC) Wide Ocean Big Jacket (PC) Aviary Attorney (PC) Night In The Woods (PC) A Mortician's Tale (PC) Shakedown Hawaii (PC) The Darkside Detective (PC) This was a Amazon/Twitch Prime freebie a while ago. A light-hearted, funny and well written point and click adventure about a detective solving occult cases. Donut County (PC) It just came to Game Pass, and now I've played it I'm glad I didn't pay for it when it came out. It's very fun to play, but throwaway and extremely short. I'd be surprised if It went much over 2 hours.
  13. To be fair, after measuring, drilling, measuring, swearing, filling, re-drilling, measuring, swearing again, re-filling and then finally getting it right, I sympathise with anyone that has to get one TV level, let alone two side by side.
  14. As I am only two levels and three bosses away from finishing Demon's Souls, whenever I next get around to gaming (I think it has been about three-four weeks since I last turned on my PS 5). I've been looking to The Next Game. There is two, possibly three, that I have my eye on. Medievil, as that was a favourite of mine from the PSOne. Since I haven't heard terrible things about the remaster/port/whatever that came out on PS4, I'm looking to give that a go. Also as I remember Sir Dan's first adventure is a relatively short game. The other game, which caught my eye from A
  15. That's just it, Code Veronica was the one that needed replacing. The pacing and backtracking definitely do.
  16. I finished this tonight. I really like the final chapter, it's a quiet chapter, but it's a little hard to talk about it without spoiling stuff. I will say the cat is probably the best character in any game I've played all year It's a sad game but not sad in the way games are usually sad, it's real mellon collie.
  17. It won't disappear but when it comes to controls that's one of those things thats easy enough to adapt to i think. Just look at how people insist still on how REmake 1 is the best RE and that controls even worse. RE4 is exemplary for its pacing imo, it has an uncanny knack for knowing when to introduce a new scenario that keeps things feeling fresh. Until you get to the island where the only cool idea it has is regenerators. It's very hard to capture something like that in a Remake I'd say. I'll still play it but it could be the first of these REmakes where I don't see
  18. I'll just be the one to say that Resi 4 handles shit now compared to 2 a 3 and is in dire need of an update... It's not like the original will disappear in any case.
  19. To be fair that has always been an issue of RE games. The last area is typically a big, generic sterile lab complex. In every game I can think of? As we've said before, remaking Code Veronica could really enhance it. Fixing some much needed quality of life issues. I doubt any alterations would cause the kind of backlash that removing RE3's key feature did. A lot of fans put RE4 on a pedestal. Changing anything will only upset a lot of people. Particularly with a modern multi-platform release that didn't need updating.
  20. DANGERMAN

    Maneater

    yeah, it chugged a lot towards the end when fighting boats. I presume it's because it's got to do above and below water physics but that's just a guess, there's never all that much going on with the boats themselves
  21. I suppose at the end of the day I can't really know which one I prefer until I played them anyway. I guess I'll just play them in the order of their releases like everyone else did, probably. I'm actually more intrigued by 3 than 2 to be honest.
  22. Nag

    Resident Evil 2

    3 was the best game that released last year.... so there! Just do 2 then 3.
  23. Nag

    Maneater

    I played originally on the One X, it was fine in exploration but took a pretty hefty hit in boat combat, maybe this'll do the same when I get further up the wanted levels.
  24. If you want to be weird about it 3 actually takes place before 2 up until a certain point. 3 is a 'side-quel' (I made that word up now, don't hate me) 2 is just way better though, 3 is like the straight to DVD followup.
  25. In some respects this is a very faithful remake cause RE4 original dev was also strained with lots of prototypes, one which became DMC1 Remaking RE4 would be a bit like remaking FFVII, just a heap of locations you'd have to visit. One thing I've noticed with all these RE engine games is the first couple hours look incredible (the house in REVII, Racoon City Police in RE2, the first 2 levels of DMC5 etc) then they fall off a cliff visually speaking later on I wonder if it's just a lot of labour to make pretty environments in RE engine. I can't imagine a game that
  26. The isometric games are easier to 1:1 remake though. There's only one vantage point so you can cut corners during development because everything that's not on screen doesn't have to be made. With 4 and its over-the-shoulder perspective the amount of work they have to put in the attain the same level of fidelity is significantly higher.
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