[Official] What are you playing?

  • I bought a digital copy of the WipEout Omega Collection on sale. I'm enjoying it more than I expected, the handling is great, the ships have weight and turn nicely. It's very fun to become acquainted with a track and its various shortcuts, where to slow down and where to accelerate. I found races against the CPU and timed tracks. I have only tried WipEout 2048 so far, so I don't know if there's any difference to WipEout HD or Fury.

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

    Hoping I can break the 500k barrier for Elliot this year but I feel like that's gonna take me either getting a lot better or pushing my current abilities to the limit.

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  • I'm playing Pathologic 2 on GamePass. Really weird RPG, super low budget that I wouldn't play for sure if it wasn't on the service. Didn't even knew of the game, so I like to occasionally download games just to check and this one is interesting. Don't know if I'll finish it, but I'll keep playing it.

  • I fancied playing RE5 again. I platinum the PS3 version when it came out so I snagged the Remaster this time to maybe do it again.

  • Finally began playing Ace Combat 7 I had pre-ordered. 5 hours and 4 missions later restarted and went easy. Shamefully I'm just not good enough if it's not in VR.

  • I bought EA's Star Wars Battlefront II for 5 dollars weeks ago and I only started playing it recently. It's really fun, gunplay is decent but they really nailed the look and feel of the Star Wars universe. I hope with the recent RoS update buzz, it gets more people to try it out. It has come far from the game it used to be. IGN did a re-review and it's quite positive, so hopefully it's enough to get people interested.

  • @bam541

    I'm playing it for one week and I like it. The only problem I have is that there is no map voting and I usually have to play same 2-3 maps all the time.

    I'm about the run it for RoS content.

  • @scotty I also lament that fact. I don't even know how many maps are there in the game, I've been playing only like 4 maps total.

  • I'm playing SW Jedi: Fallen Order and it is far from perfect. There are lots of bugs and FPS problems. Also combat is awful, I didn't enjoy with the combat at all. It is the most boring part of the game.

  • Ace Combat and now that Totally Accurate Battle Simulator is on GamePass I'll be playing that too.

  • Picked up Hypnospace Outlaw in the steam sale. Haven't really gotten that far so I don't have much to say other than it's pretty cool, kinda feels like Papers Please but on AOL instead of in the USSR if that makes sense.
    Really I wouldn't have bothered mentioning it yet since I'm only like two hours deep, but I just wanted an excuse to post this beautiful thing I discovered. a christmas song from an in-game musician.
    Youtube Video

  • a Pokemon look-alike game named monster super league on techbigs

  • I don't know if it's just nostalgia talking but despite not enjoying THUG much at all I'm really loving Tony Hawk's Underground 2 so far. The "we want to be Jackass" storyline is kinda lame but it's not like I play these games for the story in the first place so whatever. Even if most of the additions like tagging and focus are just dumb gimmicks I actually think the sticker slap can be a decent combo extender.

  • Shadow Warrior 2 - Finally got a chance to play this game. I was always waiting for a good sale, and PSN has this for $9.99 until the 17th. Definitely, better than the Shadow Warrior (2013). The pacing I felt was too slow in the beginning the controls didn't gel with me. I'm still early, but this open-world looter shooter I find way more interesting than any of the Borderlands. Lo Wang is hilarious and has some of the best wisecracks and lines in an FPS. He is high up there with Grayson Hunt and Serious Sam. This game should of had a physical release like the first game. I would proudly put on my gaming bin with the likes of Doom (2016) and Titanfall 2.

  • Started Concrete Genie. I really like the spirit of this game, despite the dreary setting. Seeing all the paintings come to life and making the genies happy gives me the feels. Not to mention the game looks pretty great, especially the colorful painting effects. It's not the smoothest running game I ever played, but it's still off to a wonderful start.

  • WAS playing Outward, I knew it would be a clunky low budget game but after a few hours I had to quit. Just too much wrong with it. Now I'm playing Pillars of Eternity.

  • Now I am playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Gears 5.

  • right now im playing

    Fire emblem 3 houses
    Dragon quest 11

  • I am currently playing, and adoring, Divinity Original Sin 2.
    This might be a perfect RPG. I liked the first one, but I never made it too far into the game for no discernable reason. I just drifted away. This one has kept me involved, probably because I love the characters and their stories.
    It is certainly the best game to get the feel of Dungeons and Dragons correct.

    It also can have a squirrel knight riding a skeleton cat. So it's already a 10/10

  • Started Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds. 3 hours in and so far it's pretty good, the main quests seems interesting and there's already a wealth of stuff to do and collect. The new snowy area looks fantastic, this game still holds up pretty well graphically. Also, I forget how fun the combat in this game is. I'm a bit rusty now, so I have to thank my past self for amassing the best gear and resources possible in the base game, which helps me brute force through the enemies.