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#1 Posted by heguain (1416 posts) -

First thing I will play besides Witcher once I buy a GPU.

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#2 Posted by heguain (1416 posts) -

@mjorh said:
@heguain said:

Choices in missions, varied missions & equipment, crafting, challenging cool combat, interesting skills, companions & dialogue, beautiful areas.

Long time no see :D

Have you started playing ME Andromeda yet?

I'm sorry I actually just saw this :D
No, I haven't played it. Been busy with Overwatch. My GPU got burnt, so I'm stuck with Overwatch and old games.

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#3 Posted by heguain (1416 posts) -

Choices in missions, varied missions & equipment, crafting, challenging cool combat, interesting skills, companions & dialogue, beautiful areas.

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#4 Posted by heguain (1416 posts) -

Yes, but people in it, not.

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#5 Posted by heguain (1416 posts) -

Resident Evil 7> Resident Evil 4
screw nostalgia, It's starting to feel like linear action after RE7, it's also my favorite horror game.

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#6 Posted by heguain (1416 posts) -

@and1salttape said:
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It's my third playthrough of Dark Souls 3 and I'm still discovering areas and items I'd never come across in my first two tries (no, I'm not talking about the DLCs lol). And I guess that's about it. I almost never 'replay' a game unless it had a really solid atmosphere and music to go along with. A great atmosphere is what renders nostalgia a genuine experience; it feels like it's the first time you're playing it because it really just absorbs you. Games like that are far too sparse.

This atmosphere theory applies to movies and anime too. Even books, actually.

Same, discovered a lot in second walkthrough. Which ending is your favourite of DS3?

The End of Fire. It's the only true ending.

Yes and at least you don't stab people.

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#7 Edited by heguain (1416 posts) -

@and1salttape said:

It's my third playthrough of Dark Souls 3 and I'm still discovering areas and items I'd never come across in my first two tries (no, I'm not talking about the DLCs lol). And I guess that's about it. I almost never 'replay' a game unless it had a really solid atmosphere and music to go along with. A great atmosphere is what renders nostalgia a genuine experience; it feels like it's the first time you're playing it because it really just absorbs you. Games like that are far too sparse.

This atmosphere theory applies to movies and anime too. Even books, actually.

Same, discovered a lot in second walkthrough. Which ending is your favourite of DS3?

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#8 Posted by heguain (1416 posts) -

@and1salttape said:

Physics and Math. Closely followed by Chemistry. I loved Statistics portions the most.

+1

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#9 Posted by heguain (1416 posts) -

@mjorh said:

Hilarious!

But it's for laughter, nothing so serious, that's how Honest Trailer has been.

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#10 Posted by heguain (1416 posts) -

Until Cyberpunk comes, yes.