Spaz

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  1. Mortal Kombat (2011) You didn't get all the online done before the servers shut, so no point in trying.
  2. Assassin's Creed Origins Easier than past Assassin's Creed games, with a pretty straightforward trophy list.
  3. There's a lot of self entitlement in the United States, and it's definitely gotten worse since Donald Trump got elected as President. We got a lot of old farts here who I consider to be just as bad as many of the younger people who play MOBAs online, but they don't play video games. Internet was around, but it was limited and you had to be at a desktop computer to use. No Wi-FI back then. My first cell phone was a Cingular flip phone back in 2002, and accessing the internet on it was slow and tedious. Kids today are spoiled, parents allow them to play on their smartphones as early as 4 - 6 years old and have everything on a touchscreen. Every society has them. Here in America those 30 year olds are uneducated so they take their ignorance and anger on the internet. But compared to Europe I think it's the older ones who learned to behave. The reason I can't stand a lot of kids today is because I feel a lot of them aren't taught any better by their parents. My own peers and generation are raising the kids today, and I feel we're doing a terrible job at it.
  4. I could be biased here because I started MMOs back in the early 2000s. MOBAs were basically a twinkle in someone's eye. MOBA caters to Generation Z, the self entitled whiny generation (born 1996 - 2010 or so) that never knew life before instant messaging. Yes, I'm probably going to get a bunch of hate for saying this, but I just can't stand the style in which many of them play. Not trying to generalize here, just saying a number I've played are anything but class. I understand the young people, but I don't love the young people. One reason why I'm not having kids, and today's parents? Oh boy. Don't get me started.
  5. Housemarque dropped the arcade stick shooter three years ago after Nex Machina and Matterfall sold poorly.
  6. Never liked Overwatch. Tried it for a few hours before I just threw in the towel on Steam. It's good that you're going for the platinum in that game, but I fucking hate the modern MOBA. Full of whiny children and guys in their early 20s following the hip and trendy crap while going with the pro MLG generation that just makes me hesitant to play an online only game these days anyway.
  7. PvP always attracted the worst kind of crowd, the rage quitters and the griefers. Never was any good at PvP, I basically stuck with PvM because I preferred to have my online teammates help me out in pulling a group. I used to be scared about being the Tank, but after a while I got used to it. Always hated to be the Healer. MMOs were great back then because they were the first games to allow a wide group of people all playing at once. The old Xbox and PS2 consoles did not have that kind of interactivity, so the PC basically had the advantage. Today the formula of the MMO is basically obsolete. Console gaming now allows far more online capability as Destiny 2 and Fortnite would tell you. I will never go back to WoW. It was fun, sunk countless hours into it and made some friends that I still keep in contact with on social media. But I just don't have it in me to go through all that grinding again. Blizzard is going down the shitter anyway. How they treated Warcraft 3 Reforged early this year confirms that I will never support that company again.
  8. Ratalaika came in here a couple years ago and starting posting some of their games on this website. Basically they were handing out their games like Halloween candy, and the community followed suit. Since then the community has declined because nowadays people are looking for the fastest, safest, most trusted route to the platinum. I shake my head when someone discovers a debug exploit with an old game like Sly Cooper, and then a bunch of people just blindly follow what this guy posted because they just can't take the time to finish the fucking game the legit way. The people that completely avoid a game because it has a difficult trophy list or a difficult trophy are the real sad ones. Avoiding Wolfenstein 2 because it has Mein Leben? Yeah, and some of these same people have 50 - 100+ Ratalaika stacks on their trophy list. There's a few groups on Discord that I'm active in but they have nothing to do with video games or trophies. The PSNP Discord is cancer. Went in there a few times, will never go back to it. The community there can suck a fat one.
  9. If I want to see some good and some challenging indie games, I can just look over your trophy list.
  10. I'd go back to Trine. Despite being a platformer it was a bit relaxing. Puzzles aren't hard at all. Collectibles are the only annoying portion for the platinum.
  11. Just hit 10,000 rep. Don't know if I should be grateful or impressed.

    1. Copanele

      Copanele

      You should receive a "very good" stone from Dark Souls as a reward for that milestone xD 

    2. breakdance1989

      breakdance1989

      LOL Spazzie, at least 1,000 of those reps are probably from ME over the years, seriously :D!

    3. starcrunch061

      starcrunch061

      Be afraid. Be very, very afraid.

  12. I did not like Primal that much at all. It was cookie cutter the moment the first story mission is being played out. If you still remember Far Cry 4 it's very much identically the same, just you're living as a caveman and there are no guns. Hopefully you won't fall asleep at the game like I did.
  13. With the slow internet that I have, it's 10 times worse. So I'll probably never finish Ultra Street Fighter 4 sadly. Plenty of other games to occupy my time with. That's the thing with older fighting games. Even Tekken Tag Tournament HD was cheap, because no matter what combos I used the AI would just predict that I was going to input that move, block it, then immediately pummel me with a devastating combo that I CANNOT get out of. It definitely pisses me off. All three games in the Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection were like this, cheap AI that predicts your every move. Not hard, just incredibly annoying. Maybe if I were you I would take a break from fighting games and finish up Cuphead and start Far Cry Primal.
  14. I suppose you can tinker with this a bit. The ONLY reason I would have two PS4s running simultaneously is if I want to self boost some online trophies for a game. The console is still too expensive but I reckon it will take a sharp drop in price once the PS5 arrives. I wouldn't bother with having the same account on two different PS4s.