[Official] What are you playing?

  • @Minamik Do you think it is good?

    @FF7Cloud That game is 100% worth 7.99. Worth more, but for that price it should be hard to not enjoy.

  • @parasitepaladin yea can only improve after Zesteria which wasnt a bad game i just really hated Sorey

  • @FF7Cloud I feel I am legit the only person that liked Sorey.

  • Destiny 2!

    Only 6 or so hours in, but I really like it so far. It's improved from the first one, though anyone who didn't like the first one is certainly not going to change their mind here.

    I really like the adventures instead of those patrol missions, and I have fun looking for secrets, found the one at the Farm already.

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    anyone who didn't like the first one is certainly not going to change their mind here.

    That is why I'm staying as far away as possible. Glad you're having a good time though! Hopefully it has a little more longevity than vanilla Destiny did on launch.

  • @SabotageTheTruth Well, the shooting is still good. It feels good, which is why I liked the first one even though I'm not huge into FPS games. I did two Crucible matches and they didn't destroy me as they did in the first game either, so that's good.

    I will be curious to see if I still like the game in two weeks. At least the BF adores it, and I think he'll be playing it for weeks at least, so I won't regret the purchase.

  • @parasitepaladin That's ok. Everyone apparently hates Luke too, which I could never figure out.

    And yes, Berseria has been a blast so far. Loving the characters and their interactions too.

  • PLayed the first 90ish minutes of Berseria what a great start to the game

    is this game a sequel to Zesteria?

  • @FF7Cloud Prequel :)

  • Booted up an oldie buy a goldie today - F.E.A.R.!

    The AI is a bit over-exaggerated in terms of how good it is, but it still feels better than nearly any other FPS created in the last 5 years

  • Destiny 2.

    At 267 Power level now with a Titan class. Totally loved the direction Bungie took with the story. Kept it short and sweet. Was pretty good too. And instead use those resources on what people really want out of Destiny. A variety of Quests for loot and exotic weapons. With bigger more expansive maps to explore. And the PvP of course. Also got a bunch of nice weapons so far.

    Must have spend over 30 hours in less than a week. Still have to learn the new Destiny 2 app to figure out that stat. Totally see this game taking up my free time at home for the coming year or more. And I'm getting ready for the Raid next week.

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    Destiny 2

    Really enjoying playing my Titan and punching enemies in the face!

  • Played a little more of Xenoblade Chronicles, I'm liking it so far, the plot and world are interesting enough thus far, however the combat I really don't like, it just feels like too much of a mess, and not enough input from my part

  • @bard91 i gets a little better as you go on when you have to use certain colored artes in a certain order to damage foes but dosnt really get too indepth unless u wanna fight the superbosses

  • @FF7Cloud yeah ... the chances of me doing that are a zero, in any case, I don't think it is awful but I certainly don't think it is great, I would much rather any sort of turn based system, but I've played worse so I'll guess I'll see how I like the game in spite of it.

  • @FF7Cloud I'd say more in depth than most rpgs, considering you have to keep your position in relation to your opponent at mind at all times, and manage your own aggro while trying to build some kind of tank to keep the baddies off of you.

    It's kind of similar to mmo mechanics in those regards.

  • @bard91 They do add new wrinkles to combat through enemy types and player abilities throughout the entire game, so hopefully something there will spice it up for you. Also, different characters have very different approaches to combat, so switching your active character can help if combat gets a bit stale.

    If nothing else, the music and character banter mid-battle kept me engaged with the game's vibes, especially for unique/named enemies. It's not my favorite combat system, but it grew on me as the game went on.

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    Rhythm games make me so TENSE. But I love this team and want to support them. It is a very good and fun game. Would recommend to anybody who wants a good rhythm game.

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    @parasitepaladin I've had the game on PS4 since it came out. It's my go to game when I feel like playing something not so serious. I love rhythm games and this one is fun. I tried the harder difficulties but it was a little too overwhelming for me.

  • @Swordfish00830 Glad somebody else likes it! I'm amazed at how you can consider rhythm games a chill time. NICE. Yea, I feel you. I was decent on Vita, but I'm learning it all over again! And glad to do it!