• RE: Box Peek - Kyle Bosman's puppet show extravaganza

    Episode 5 was really solid through and through. Im gonna have to watch all the episodes like once a week or something so I dont explode from waiting for the remaining 5 yet to come.

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  • RE: Pokémon Let's Go, Pikachu! & Let's Go, Eevee! (Switch)

    @mbun I think that just means the expectations were lower than a main line pokemon game and it came pretty close to those numbers (bar Sun/Moon which was around the initial Go hype)

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  • RE: Red Dead Redemption 2 (PS4/XBO)

    I finished RDR2 earlier today and have been digging into that spoiler mode.

    I think I definitely enjoyed the game more as it went along even though I still had the same issues. Like with Red Dead Redemption, I found everything around the game to be incredible while the act of playing the game to generally be fine, sometimes it felt good to do some dead eyes and a few standout missions were great but overall I was playing to see where these characters were leading to, hear the conversations on each journey.

    I felt very similarly about Red Dead Redemption however I do remember being very bored at times in that game while I never felt that way with 2. Sure, I've had my grievances and gripes but I never found it boring. It can be slow for sure but it's a very intentional slowness that I didn't have any issue with.

    And for a prequel, I do think it does a mostly incredible job and setting up the pieces for RDR without it being the main focus of the game and the epilogue is fantastic, it works so well due to what we know and probably makes RDR a better game to go back to now.

    Since finishing it, I've loved watching stuff on things I haven't found. That's the kind of thing that I think the game does insanely well. People following maps to places, finding other stranger quests I didn't do, etc. That's where the real beauty of the game is. I'm not sure if I'll properly go back into it, but I'll love hearing stories about it.

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  • RE: Spyro Reignited Trilogy (PS4/XBO)

    Im really enjoying this remaster! even though so far Ive only touched first and third game. Alo Spyro skateboarding is awesome.

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  • RE: Easy Allies Top 10s

    Ya, I adored that video. I know very little about maybe 400 or so of the Pokemon now but I loved seeing some familiar ones and the explanation for each one.

    I'd be totally fine with more videos like this.

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  • RE: Cross-play

    Just updated the title to Cross Play since that fits the topic a lot more now.

    posted in Gaming Discussion
  • RE: That's News!

    Moved the posts related to the Sony news to the topic - Sony Skipping E3 2019

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  • RE: EZA Group Streams

    @tearju-engi It's always a bit more difficult when you're streaming. Just between there being a big group and remembering about chat, you can get distracted a little easier. That's what I usually find anyway.

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  • RE: That's News!

    gameindustry.biz - THQ Nordic's net sales up 1,403% to $139.5m

    For the three months ended September 30th, the publisher reported net sales of $139.5 million - a staggering year-on-year increase of 1,403% over the $9.3 million reported for the same period in 2017.

    The three-month period also saw THQ Nordic add even more IP to its portfolio with the acquisitions of Alone in the Dark, Kingdoms of Amalur and Timesplitters (the latter through Koch Media).

    In his statement, founder and CEO Lars Wingefors dubbed the period "another strong quarter with continued momentum". He also said the publisher has 55 games in development, of which 35 are unannounced, and hinted at more acquisitions to come.

    I wonder if it talks about revenue anywhere there as they did spend a decent bit on acquiring a lot of these studios and IPs.

    posted in Gaming Discussion