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  1. So disappointed to see how much of a regression for the series Darksiders 3 is. Then again, Nordic and Gunfire don't exactly have a good track record.

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    2. RedRodriguez87

      RedRodriguez87

      Part of me also wants to know what's wrong (outside that update problem)

       

      The other part isn't surprised that its even a sentiment; each game, while not bad, has always had something that kept them from being "good". So it's like, tradition.

    3. CandiBunni

      CandiBunni

      Darksiders 3 is missing a ton of improvements and additions. Darksiders 2 introduced a whole loot system, skill trees, deeper combo system, varied quests. Darksiders 3 doesn't have the loot system, doesn't have a skill tree system as far as I'm aware, and instead is more akin to a Souls-like, and a very basic one at that. You only upgrade three various stats, you spend souls on upgrading one of those, and it's far more linear.

      Personally, I loved Darksiders 1 and 2, and thought they were both great. Darksiders 2, especially, hooked me pretty hard.

      Nordic now owns the Darksiders IP, and for the remasters of both Darksiders 1 and 2, they hired outside developers. Once those contracts were up, however, they left both games in whatever state they happened to be in, without any word as to whether or not they plan to fix them at some point. Both games, especially on PC, have a plethora of various bugs and performance issues. Darksiders 2's remaster has been out for years, and yet there's not been a single patch or word from either Gunfire or Nordic on if or when they plan to fix it.

    4. RedRodriguez87

      RedRodriguez87

      Well that's lame. I myself was a fan of the Zelda-esque style of growth of the first game, which made exploring fun and worth it in the long run. But just getting souls and powering up?

       

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  2. Yep. I loved games like Minecraft, and NMS is basically that, but in space. It's a pretty great game now, given all they've added, improved, and fixed. I've already sunk over 100 hours into it, so it's doing something right.
  3. It's a tie between either No Man's Sky or Spyro Reignited Trilogy.
  4. Diablo Immortal? More like Diablo Immobile, amirite?

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    2. nenugalimas
    3. CandiBunni

      CandiBunni

      I don't! Not a mobile, at least.

    4. nenugalimas

      nenugalimas

      Well then clearly, you're clearly not good enough for Diablo :P

       

       

  5. I've been playing lots of DmC: Definitive Edition lately. Probably my favy in the series now.

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    2. CandiBunni

      CandiBunni

      The Definitive Edition fixes a number of problems fans had with the OG release. For starters, it runs at 60fps now, like all the other games. They also rebalanced the enemies, made styling more difficult, added a third angel dash, tweaked some of the cutscenes, changed how coloured enemies work, so that you can now hurt them with any weapon, but that they can only be staggered, and take bonus damage, from the same coloured weapons, while others do reduced damage. That's all in the base Definitive Edition.

      As for Hardcore Mode, it makes styling even more difficult, changes Devil Trigger so that it no longer launches enemies in the air when you activate it, among some other things.

    3. KingGuy420

      KingGuy420

      I once found the actual "patch notes" type thing for everything that changed in the Definitive edition. It was a 30+ page PDF that I actually had to download lol, it was pretty cool.

       

      I did love the Definitive edition. Getting SSS ranks actually felt fulfilling instead of just "spam demon evade -> spam boxing gloves". Hardcore felt great too.

    4. CandiBunni

      CandiBunni

      So far the only SSS rank I've gotten was on the Lilith boss fight. Son of Sparda difficulty, Hardcore Mode On. A rank for style, SSS ranks for time and completion. No items, no deaths.

  6. Little Big Planet 1 Killzone 2 Demon's Souls
  7. 2 trophies away from Titanfall 2 plat, 6 away from Bloodborne plat, and 2 away from Flower 100%

  8. It's great to see them now using an art style more in line with that of the classic art style, rather than what they did with 4 and 5. I'm not a fan of the art direction of those two, so I'm pleased to see this. No idea if it'll actually play more like a classic Halo game, or continue with the enhanced-mobility gameplay of 5, though. I'm hoping for the former. They're also going to be focusing on simpler stories, and not mixing book and game lore, which is a big plus.
  9. "Curse this cow lick!"
  10. My favourite is soft pink. I also like hot pink, cyan, teal, lavender, and violet.