I'm playing L.A. Noire right now and I love it!!
What are you playing right now? Is it good?
@RSM-HQ: Indeed. I really love the mobility that it gives you allowing one to either close or gain distance from the monsters.
One of my mains is the up close and personal Twin Blades, they don't get the mounting advantages of the Glaive; but still the fastest weapon in the game and demon backdash is good for gaining distance.
Insect Glaive is really good at that distance game, thanks to Dust effects. And really how the weapon shines :)
hey guys and gals I've been playingb Age Of Strategy, if I had to give a nice big description of the game I'd say it is like Fire Emblem and a 8-bit version of Sid Meier's Civilization with not quite as complicated mechanics. It's a free game and is easy to get the hang of it if you aren't the biggest into the games listed above. The game is very well done and the developer is quite active and is good about responding to emails and is open to suggestions to make the game better. The game itself goes into depth, from its large selection of units to its many upgrades that add content to the game. Oh did I mention you can build buildings (from archery ranges to castles) and research technologies to better your units in the game. The upgrades themselves cost gems to get, but you can get them multiple ways, like donating to the developers for example. You don't even have to do that, the game includes tons of campaigns that have a lot of maps and you can earn more gems then you will ever need for the game. The game also includes a multiplayer function online and local or you can play against bots, the AI in the game is pretty good, the people you play against might not be though. You can choose to create a profile if you want (needed for online play). One of my personal favorite part of the game is the map created (also requires profile), but if you have a created map and think it would be good as a map in general for the game talk to the developers and as long as the map is balanced there is a possibility it can be added as a random map for non campaign use, or it can be added as a map you can download along with many other maps made by members of the community, another thing I've noticed is if you make a map and it's put into the game itself the developers make sure to give you credit, I've even seen campaigns made by community members. Like all game it has its ups and downs, like multiplayer matches can last for days and if someone forgets about the game you started and doesn't take their turn well you are stuck from what I've heard, but I haven't had that problem yet. Sometime you will wait hours for your turn but you got to understand you could be playing with some on the other side of the world. Overall the game is well balanced among the units and is updated often, you can even go back and look through the version log (that will tell you all about the fixes and added content). No kidding, you need to install this game right now! You’re losing so much, not living up to your full potential! Go and download the game now and you won’t be able to put your phone down for hours! You’ll just want to play one more turn!! I personally would give the game a 10/10, but don't take my word for it check it out yourself, you might be surprised.
Main focus has been Xenoblade 2 and I have to say it's definitely picked up in every sense. I'm about halfway through it at about 43 hours and the first ten or so were pretty slow, but everything is clicking, both story and gameplay wise and I'm quite enjoying it.
The Secret of Mana remake (which is horrible, but somehow I still want to suffer through it despite it crashing once an hour) and "The longest five minutes" on the Switch (which is totally overpriced considering it looks like a NES game, has barely any gameplay and is only fun because of the fantastic writing)
I kind of burnt myself out on gaming right now. Recently, I have
been playing a lot of the older COD games, like COD 2, WAW, etc.
And I have a few favorite over all:
Gears of War
Sonic the Hedgehog
Slot games at Slotozilla.com
Currently playing the AC Origins - Curse of the Pharaohs DLC... not bad so far, but getting a little tired of the Ubisoft open-world formula. So I'm not sure whether I'll finish it.
But I'm starting to feel like a second play-through of Ori & the Blind Forest.
Currently playing these games:
Kingdom Come: Deliverance- So far I'm really enjoying it for the story and gameplay despite the numerous bugs and glitches the game has.
Total War Warhammer 2- Better than Warhammer so far by adding High Elves and Dark Elves to the mix. Also Mortal Empires combines both campaign maps into probably the largest map ever.
@RSM-HQ: Also on Switch. This is my first time playing it, though, so I have no reference point. My understanding is it offers no real improvements over the Wii U port of the game, except perhaps more steady framerate (and of course being on the Switch is arguably its own improvement)
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