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I really like Fallout 4, more than the others, but the map itself is ultra bland, and I wish the framerate wasn't so horrible.

 

Fallout 76 actually has a much more interesting map from what I've seen, but it's a shame it's an online game.

I really hated New Vegas though. I'm not into RPG games, and I was tired of seeing the same boring desert over and over again.

 

Fallout 2 is the farthest I got, compared to the other games I dropped (I got bored in the city level, forgot it's name, I had the power armor too), while I've beaten Fallout 4. I'll pick up Fallout 2 again, as I cheated a lot in order to make the game playable for me.

 

Not sure if I'll bother with Fallout 1, I kept getting stuck every two seconds, so I just ditched it.

 

I enjoyed Fallout 3 at the time, but now, I feel like Fallout 4 is pretty much, Fallout 3 but, less bad.

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I played some Assasins Creed: Oddysey recently and despite me liking it, I realize there is so much wrong with this game.

 

The combat is rarely exciting or difficult, the stealth mechanics are basic and the microtransactions paired with the RPG mechanics are just insulting.

But it's the prettiest game I've ever played and just walking around observing the scenery got me to play it for 30 hours.

 

It just goes from "that was kinda annoying" to "Wow, this looks sooo sick".

The story is also mildly interesting and some sidequests got a chuckle out of me trough the silly characters.

 

 

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I really liked Castlevania: Legacy of Darkness, didn't saw 95% of the problems people rage about. 

Also I like Duke Nukem Forever; I wanted another Duke experience and by god I received one, so I was sold from start to finish.

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DotA gets a lot of hate for being a MOBA, but its my all time favorite game. The level of depth and complexity is astounding ,but it doesn't feel artificial. Everything in DotA feels justified, and every game of it feels completely unique (at least to me). Having played 4000 games, I could easily see myself playing another 4000, time permitting. If anyone wants to play some dota lmk. Unfortunately it is GaaS, but i don't see it going anywhere soon. Its a money printing machine for valve.

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3 hours ago, a_coathanger said:

DotA gets a lot of hate for being a MOBA, but its my all time favorite game. The level of depth and complexity is astounding ,but it doesn't feel artificial. Everything in DotA feels justified, and every game of it feels completely unique (at least to me). Having played 4000 games, I could easily see myself playing another 4000, time permitting. If anyone wants to play some dota lmk. Unfortunately it is GaaS, but i don't see it going anywhere soon. Its a money printing machine for valve.

I've always likened playing Dota to having a gambling addiction. You either lose an hour of your time and are miserable the whole way through, or end up having the time of your life, depending on how lucky you are of course. I don't think playing MOBAs in general is a healthy habit to get in to, at least with most other types of online games you can dip out when you stop having fun.

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4 hours ago, Annie said:

I've always likened playing Dota to having a gambling addiction. You either lose an hour of your time and are miserable the whole way through, or end up having the time of your life, depending on how lucky you are of course. I don't think playing MOBAs in general is a healthy habit to get in to, at least with most other types of online games you can dip out when you stop having fun.

- oh my god, half of my post got cut off, i was just ranting about multiplayer games in general anyway, no big loss -

 

i had made this really long post, but nevermind, something wonky happened and it got cut, i just deleted it

 

anyway i never had this problem, i thought dota 2 was really boring, i just dropped it very quickly

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How about old games that you like, but reckon younger generations wouldn't?

 

Two of my all-time favourite games - Timesplitters 2 and GTA III would probably be considered too restrictive and basic compared to juggernauts like GTA Online and Fortnight. But back in the day they were considered part of the gold standard of PS2 games, and I'll forever defend them with my Dualshock 2. Also Vice City and Timesplitters Future Perfect.

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2 hours ago, Binky The Rabbit said:

How about old games that you like, but reckon younger generations wouldn't?

 

Two of my all-time favourite games - Timesplitters 2 and GTA III would probably be considered too restrictive and basic compared to juggernauts like GTA Online and Fortnight. But back in the day they were considered part of the gold standard of PS2 games, and I'll forever defend them with my Dualshock 2. Also Vice City and Timesplitters Future Perfect.

My young cousins love to play GTA online and they also love the classic GTA games, like GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas. I also got them loving an MK arcade machine. I don't think they care about graphics as much as other people, and I'm the same way.

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Star Fox Adventures seems to have a pretty bad rep for some reason but it's honestly one of my favourites in the GameCube library.

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8 hours ago, Alyxx Thorne said:

Star Fox Adventures seems to have a pretty bad rep for some reason

From what I've heard, it's because it wasn't originally going to be a Star Fox game, and it becoming a Star Fox game was a last minute decision. Didn't help that it was a huge departure from your typical Star Fox game.

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4 hours ago, Psychotic Ninja said:

From what I've heard, it's because it wasn't originally going to be a Star Fox game, and it becoming a Star Fox game was a last minute decision. Didn't help that it was a huge departure from your typical Star Fox game.

Yeah, it feels really different from other games in the franchise but I kinda like that. It's far from perfect but it's definitely not as bad as people say.

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On 8/14/2019 at 10:47 PM, Psychotic Ninja said:

From what I've heard, it's because it wasn't originally going to be a Star Fox game, and it becoming a Star Fox game was a last minute decision. Didn't help that it was a huge departure from your typical Star Fox game.

Dinosaur Planet was one of the games of my dreams during high school! Then they dumped Star Fox in it for no reason at ALL!

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