Discussion in 'Fan Town' started by ironicBonds, Nov 10, 2016.
I'm also this close to just. Buying my entire Steam wishlist.
Is it a short one? My bank acct cries at the thought of buying all of mine.
Pretty short, and since literally everything on it is on sale the most expensive is Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky Second Chapter at $19.49.
Aaaaaah, I've got a couple of real expensive just-came-out games that are only slightly discounted on mine, and I rarely buy games so it gets big.
Decided to try out The Long Dark because Christmas money and I was curious. That was a thing.
Like I was expecting to find it very dull and then refund it but I'm not really sure now. It was an oddly emotional and poignant experience. I don't think I've had my weird issues with life and death triggered this hard by a game before. I guess there was the end of Shadow of the Colossus where I just refused to accept my fate for like a good five minutes but that was a different thing.
Been sinking lots of time into MWO. Also going to steal Titanfall 2 from my brother when I get the chance.
Mmmmm... stompy robots.
Pokemon Moon. I beat the first kahuna and I can ride around on a tauros now!
I bought myself Oxenfree as a christmas gift yesterday, and i love it! I've wanted to buy it since I saw yogscast hannah do a play through of it. This might be an unpopular opinion but i feel like steam has better games than what's on xbox. I have 7 games sitting on my wishlist that i can't wait to buy and play. I haven't played on my xbox in months and i don't see any games i want to buy. Does anyone else feel this way?
YESSSSS good gods Oxenfree is a trip and great
Same dude. I'm a shooter junkie though so moving from PC to console with those is ridiculously hard, like I suck a lot. But the only games I have for the xbox are watch dogs 2 and the first four assassin's creed games, and their replay value is very low unless you haven't, like, played them in 4 years.
Also, I'm working on 100%-ing oxenfree right now, so tell me what you think of it :D I love it
I played a few hours of it yesterday just to see if my laptop could handle it, it works but it's kind of slow. Not as spooky yet as I thought it would be. Love the music though.
I think it gets spookier the more secrets you find, since some secrets pull from real-life events, and others describe the story more. Also, a new game+ amps up the spook factor, imo.
Spoiler: Brief description of one of those real-life events
Like the USS Arizona being sunken in Pearl Harbor
Oxenfree is awesome! I still need to play new game plus though.
I started pokemon moon, and I'm almost at the first trial. Really liking it so far. I've also been playing a ton of Cataclysm: DDA ever since I learned there's a mobile port.
THE 2013 TOMB RAIDER GAME IS REALLY FUN
also just started playing stardew.
I got the Stardew Valley Guidebook for Christmas (as well as a Stardew shirt) and as such I've been playing Stardew again c:
Got Final Fantasy XV for Xmas and the fishing. The fishing. I could sink literal hours into just fishing. And it's so damned pretty, holy shit. Even the monstrosities are somehow pretty.
Teal deer: don't really give a hoot about the main quest, just want to beat things up and fish.
Planet Coaster! Little Inferno, its fun to burn things :D, and Unholy Heights
THAT'S RIGHT IT'S WINTER I NEED TO PLAY LITTLE INFERNO AGAIN
Watch Dogs 2! It's fun as hell, and god I love it when a stealth-type game manages to make the murderation option genuinely redundant. I've killed people a few times (either for Revange or because I couldn't figure out a way to do the stealth reliably when murder worked to draw people out of hiding) but on the whole, half the time I genuinely forget that there are lethal options available.
I played all of LiEat in one afternoon, played up to the second trial day of case 3 of Ace Attorney Spirit of Justice, and now I'm back on FF9 and past where I got hung up and quit last time.
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