Maybe I'm finally gonna give Mass Effect or The Witcher a try.
perfect time for ME with the remaster
i've tried to play the first witcher multiple times and it is rough
nice work on DOS2 how did u like it, (i played 140hours of it in 2 weeks at launch by doing a co-op and solo playthrough at the same time. )
while i have since knocked off bayonetta see review above. havent played too many other backlog games... though i did heavily mod and beat fallout 3 which has always been one of my favourite games
ive played 15hours of pathfinder:WOTR but i have also been following a playthrough that is currently at 175 hours, so i'm shelving it till i break my leg or something.
not on my list but i plan to play RE4 for the first time for halloween and maybe throw in hotline miami /bloodborne speedrun (hurry up and give me 60fps sony)on the 31st
aside from that i'm slowly chipping my ways through dark souls 3, since ive never played the dlc and want to before elden ring.
[OPUS: Echo of Starsong]
OPUS: Echo of Starsong
has a 97% on steam and a 91 on Metacritic and released last month.
story adventure space game.
seen very few people even talk about it.
note: i haven't even played it yet i was just looking though open critic a month ago and noticed it was one of the highest reviewed games of the year and I was like WTF is Opus, it's apparently pretty emotional so I'm leaving it for when I'm really in that kinda mood.
Wildermyth- procedurial tatical rpg
Fuga: Melodies of Steel - Jrpg with furry children that u learn to love and the maybe sacrifice.
both of theese are on my wish lists but the art in wildermyth is a personal turnoff and Fuga seems a bit expensive personally
I'm guessing ninja gaiden sigma doesn't count?
But damn a hella nostalgic year.
am i really gonna put guitar hero above mass effect
and don't forget the best need for speed game prostreet.
weird year for me since i only got a ps3 late and was mostly a ps2 player at the time but have revisited some of the bigger games.
Fallout 3 is likely my favorate Bethesda game and somewhere in my top ten of all time I just really love it.
GTA4 is a funny one for since I played that game alot but never made it more than like 5hours into the story,
I just wasnt interested in the story and similar to RDR2 they made the it more realistic which got in the way of trying to actually do a mission but made just screwing around so much fun. (eg flying out the window in a crash, not being able to flip back a car etc, the car handling in general)
ok first chime in frankly really not much that i even played here since at this time much of my video game allotment was from birthdays/xmas present.
Resistance 2- love the series but only ever played them at lauch and in my memory i remeber liking 2 the most, i really hope sony eventually does some kind of port/uprez
LBP-had a lot of fun messing around and like the vibe but that was basically it.
mirrors edge- started it twice but it just never really grabbed me past the first hour.