Just finished playing the Witcher 3, which I really enjoyed (am now reading the books). Now going back to my forever game, The Binding of Isaac, for a bit. After that, maybe Judgment or making a third attempt at getting through Red Dead Redemption II. Oh yeah, later this week, Gloomhaven will be free on the Epic Games Store for one week.
Marvel’s Spider-Man. I really try to find some games to satisfy me until my hyped ones are released (the new AC games, Division heartland, the remake of splinter cell, and so many more). After Spider-Man I’ll probably play the avengers and guardians of the galaxy. Probably Gotham knights as well when they are released
In case anyone was wondering - Oh dear me no. Just, no.
I am not a bard so I cannot explain in an entertaining way the problems we have had, but most of them are easy to find if you read reviews (e.g. every mission has bugs, etc.)
Worst of all though is that Saints Row itself kills my internet connection.
I suspect that the packets it sends are causing the router or ISP to see the device as malicious, and shuts down the internet connection for the entire household. The only way to restart it is to reset the modem. As a household of computer specialists trust me, it has been extensively troubleshooted. 7/10 times within ten minutes of starting the game, internet dies.
I think I'm going to start another character in Daggerfall. Leveling up takes me a while, and I always run out of things to do due to the nature of the dungeons and time-limited quests, but that seems like a minor complaint compared to the much fun I have playing.
I'm somewhat playing Genshin. My friend got me into it two months ago, but I moved apartments and had such awful wifi connection that I couldn't play it. Just recently got a new desktop, but unfortunately my time away from Genshin has killed my desire to play it. Hope it comes back.
Just downloaded Beyond: Two Souls and am super duper duper duper duper looking forward to playing it! Ah. My old laptop could never handle a game like that (it could barely play Minecraft). I'll probably also start playing Raft with a couple of my buddies (again, not something that would have been possible on my laptop). There are just so many games I can play now that I couldn't play before! I'm a happy fellow.
I been playing the mobile app Final Fantasy Record Keeper since it was released over 7 years ago, but the global version is being discontinued in a few days. I hope I will be motivated to be more productive in real life after it ends. I have a problem of not being very good at limiting my screen time.
Having fun with "Gabriel Knight 2 - the beast within", and "wylde flowers" on Steam, those days.
I had done GK1 and 3 back in the days, with good memories of the storyline. So in GK2 I discover the story, and love it - I will comment on the story once over, to have a global appreciation, but so far very impressed with it.
Wylde flowers is just so whimsimical, it is a nice way to decompress (except that.. OK, spoilers if you wanna play it) I don't want to see Grandma Hazel die, and it's clear it is coming... Noooo!
I'm a fan of VR games. I love In Death Unchained, in which you have a bow or crossbow and fight bad guys in the world of Dante's Divine Comedy. For my melee needs, Ironlights lets me duel tournament style with a variety of weapons.
Both games get me a good upper body cardio workout.
Just bought Oblivion and Skyrim as they were both on sale. I know, these games are so old and I'm just getting into them now?
I've only played two hours of Oblivion, but it seems cool so far! Would love to talk about this game with someone and hear any tips or fun facts about it <3 (No spoilers pls of course)
I bought “ Animal Crossing: New Horizons “ on my switch back in April as a gift to myself for my birthday, but only started playing it about a month ago now. I’m a HUGE Animal Crossing fan, I’ve been playing games in the franchise for about ten years or so!
My favorite will always be New Leaf, but I like New Horizons too. I have 245 hours so far, I usually play 1-5+ hours a day. There’s times where I play for 12 hours on weekends lol.
I've just been playing games when my daughter requests it. Recently started Hollow Knight, a new favourite of hers. She wants me to run away from every big boss because they're too scary. Should make for an interesting playthrough Also slowly making our way through the Cuphead DLC.