Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by SlammedZero, Sep 8, 2018.
It’s open world loot type of gaming. They have some update coming out from what I hear where they will lock the servers and everything. I haven’t been on in about a week but if you have people to do stuff with it’s not bad.
Gettin it on half off good look
So I've been playing Detroit: Become Human on the Playstation. I'm really enjoying it! It's mostly a narrative based/storytelling type game, something I don't particularly dabble in much, but wow did the storyline suck me in. Sure, it would be cool to have a little more action or exploration in the game, but I feel very compelled to finish the game and story. If you are in the mood to kick back, relax, and play something chill, albeit interesting, I definitely suggest this one. Oh, and the graphics are fantastic.
This just got announced as a replacement game for the free Playstation game of July after the customer backlash to the originally announced Pro Evolution Soccer.
Excellent! Definitely worth a free pick up! Sweet I'll grab it and try different storylines in it.
It's the 4th of July weekend, it's blisteringly hot outside, and this just happened:I watched the movie already and now I have an excuse to load the game back up.
Finished God of War (great game as usual), and then finally played the "Left Behind" extra from The Last of Us. Not sure why it took me so long to get around to the latter considering how short it is. Now I'm playing Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas. It's a little small Zelda knockoff, that's okay. It definitely pales in comparison, but it's not bad, and is apparently short, so I should be done with it soon.
I watched that gif way too long
I have a VR, and it does mess with your head, but only once have I ever almost fell over like that.
Developing for VR really sucks. I've had to have the Rift on for as many as 6 hours a day which really starts to make you feel ill. At one point I was making a VR tutorial where the player paged through instructions with an arrow that moved around to point at what was being described. To place the arrows correctly, I had to lean over and get my face close to what I needed to point at, so I kept smacking my headset into the desk.
Anyone play the new Crash Team Racing yet?
I totally get that. Some games get to me way easier than others. Flying games especially. I played Ace Combat 7 in the VR and it made my head feel extremely dizzy. I couldn't imagine hours at a time (for some games).