[Official] What are you playing?

  • Taking a break from Easy Livin (and Twitch in general) to start Okami HD.

  • Playing World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth and a few other smaller titles to fill time in between. I'm torn on a pile of other games to begin.

  • I gave ARMS another chance since the last time I played I was trying to make do with joycons but now I have a pro controller and I enjoy it a lot more. Dunno how long I'll stick to it but I'm enjoying messing around in grand prix and trying to unlock new arms at least. Mainly just stick to the basic punchy ones though.

  • A Hat in Time is under 11 € now in PS Store, bought it immediately. It's been nearly 30 € before this. Now downloading.

  • Golf Story on Switch.
    I am enjoying the writing and setting, however 5 hours in the activities start feeling a bit repetitive.
    Also the game makes me really wish we got a story-mode based Mario Golf.

  • Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition. A major improvement over the Wii U version; which I did enjoy. The upgrade has best the features and DLC of the Wii U and 3DS. I didn't pay full price though. I bought it used, and took some store credit to bring it down to $17.89. Worth it.

  • @enzo88 said in [Official] What are you playing?:

    Also the game makes me really wish we got a story-mode based Mario Golf.

    I think there's one on the gameboy color, but I never played it so I wouldn't know for sure.

  • @hanabi  Oh yeah i know, i meant a new one, it`s been a while :(

  • PUBG, all day and night !

  • Been playing Shenmue 1 and loving it, but my dusty copy of Yakuza 0 looks at me in jealousy as i play it so i'm finishing Yakuza first. Been months since i made considerable progress in this game.

  • I think chapter 10 is as far as i'll ever get in Yakuza 0... back to Shenmue.

    On the other hand, i have also been slowly progressing through Uncharted Golden Abyss, really impressed with it 3 hours in.

  • Wanted to play pinball, figured Pinball arcade would be the best bet. Whoops, all the good tables were delisted because the licenses expired. But at least some of them were on the season 1 disc they made for PS4 back a few years ago, so I got that. This is why I'll always prefer physical releases and why I'm not a fan of this digital future so many people are advocating for.

  • I just started playing Shenmue remastered.

    controls are terrible. but my impression is so far. not bad, not bad. not for this kind of game.

    i will post more i play.

  • Invisible Inc.

    As I patiently wait for Spider-Man, I'm trying to avoid any games that take a large time commitment. Since I've been digging in deep to rogue-likes lately, I figured I'd give this a spin. There's a lot to like here - the art style, how different the characters feel, a turn-based strategy game not based on killing people - but there's still something preventing me from wanting to play it more. If I had to narrow it down, it's "unwinnable" situations and time spent on each level. For the first, the cooldown timers on most of your weapons last for several turns and while it's best to avoid detection completely, there are times where that feels impossible. For example, on the last mission I played, I needed to wait for about 8 turns to have enough energy to hack a terminal while about a dozen guards scouted the area constantly. That ties into the point about how long each map takes (generally 30 minutes) and a whole playthrough is usually 3 or 4 hours it seems like. For the genre, that just feels like a slog.

    I honestly don't think I'm in the right mindset to enjoy this one right now but I might return in the future, because it's quality is apparent.

  • Dead Cells

    While I was pretty lukewarm on this game initially, I could recognize there was still a lot to uncover and decided to dive back in last night, for what ended up being my favorite play session of the game so far. I was finally given a projectile (Fire Brands) that allowed me to run and hide from enemies and gradually set them on fire until death and eventually stumbled across what equates to force lightning as well. Just those small gameplay wrinkles were what I was desperately missing from my other experiences with the game.

  • I recently started Red Dead Redemption and aside from that I've been mostly playing The Witcher 3, Hollow Knight, along with making slow progress in Berseria.

    I gotta say I'm finding RDR to be an ok game with a few things that have really annoyed me and in general so far I don't even think it matches the modern GTA games which I didn't like all that much to begin with.

  • Mario + Rabbids on Switch.

    As a big Xcom fan, i am really liking this.
    As of now (halfway through world 2), the game is on the easy side, but nonetheless the gameplay is really fun and allows for cool mobility options.

    The exploration part in-between battles it`s not too deep, but allows for a nice change of pace.

    I gotta say though, really don`t care about the set-up and the rabbids themselves.

    Hopefully the game keeps adding depth and challenge moving forward, it`s looking like a solid 8/10 for me.

  • Donkey Country Tropical Freeze and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

    I am really enjoying Donkey Kong Country. I never owned a Wii U, so I thought now was my chance to play it. To me, it is more of a quick fix game that I play before bed, nothing I have invested time into. Really enjoyable experience though!

    I am on my second play through of Deus Ex: Makind Divided and I am enjoying it a lot. The choices I am making are different than before and my load-out is more aggressive than stealth focused. I never focused on energy upgrades before, but now I can use abilities more frequently than my first playthrough. I favor Rhino Armor and the Nano Blades with all gun play upgrades.

  • Just finished Okami at around 32 hours of playtime on my Switch.

    What a amazing game and the ending brought tears to my eyes. this has been my favorite game iv played this year.

  • @bigdude1 I never had the chance to play Okami on PS2. I just bought the Switch version when it was on sale. I am hoping it turns into a new favorite!