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  1. Apparently if you're OK with He-Man being a supporting character, it's really good. If you're not, it's not.
  2. I... guess it looks easy, but since essentially everything is online-only, I guess that could be wrong.
  3. There are quite a few that could be horrifically hard, but it kinda looks more like an easy list. Which would be great, because I find this game strangely appealing and would like to just enjoy it without bizarre challenges.
  4. It's a 4/10 if the blue sphere stages don't increase difficulty for you. If you're really good at them, or if you're young and have good reflexes and a guide/videos, that's accurate. If the blue spheres make it harder for you, that 4 is gonna go up.
  5. The platinum name and description are 10/10.
  6. It is obtainable. You need a pair of disguised actors and some patience, but it isn't bugged or even particularly bad.
  7. This wasn't good difficulty. It was dumb, bad difficulty.
  8. Patch notes say the new update has fixed this.
  9. A bad narrative doesn't mean a bad game. Apex Legends was a free-to-play battle royale with the millstone of "Titanfall 3 died for this" around its neck. Fall Guys didn't exactly look like the next big thing. Genshin Impact involves Chinese phone-game lootbox/gatcha elements that are just radioactive. Fortnite launched as a Frankenstein's monster that almost died. Usually, it's gameplay that speaks last. Destruction All-Stars has a bad narrative right now, but good gameplay can overcome that. PS5 owners are hungry for games that abandon last-gen. It's certain that sometime soon an early next-gen exclusive will hit at the right moment and satisfy that hunger and get much bigger than it otherwise would have. I say if Burnout and Twisted Metal aren't going to compete, by all means let this new guy shoot his shot. If gameplay and support are good, all these microtransaction-spawned bad vibes can be overcome. It's happened before; it will happen again.
  10. I have never played Destiny or Destiny 2. Now my little nephew has a PS4, and we're looking for good, violent games to play together. I keep reading about how Destiny 2 is fun now and the PS5 makes it even more fun. I don't really care if I get one or two platinums, but would really like to avoid incomplete games. So coming in as a new guy now, does it make more sense to gain trophies on the PS4 version and then autopop? Or would I want to ignore PS4 and play the PS5 version directly? Apologies for coming in at this late date and asking the noobiest of noob questions it is possible to ask; I just haven't been keeping up with the news/meta on this one at all. Please help.
  11. Huh. They must have changed it. Of all the things that need to be improved in this game, I would have put this pretty far down the list, but Ubisoft gonna Ubisoft I guess....
  12. Sure there is. Sony and Microsoft had the freedom to embrace Galgun and games like it, or to reject them. They chose to reject them. The laws, governments, etc. preserved their freedom to make that choice for themselves, and they made it as they had a right to do. This isn't about someone taking away freedom. It's a company using its freedom to make a choice you don't agree with. Freedom also means other people having the freedom to do things you don't like. No one owes you a porn-game.
  13. We're not really gonna know until they do the first update that adds a new full region. Apparently even the upcoming mountain isn't considered the biggest size update, so it may be that only those will come with trophies. The base game has Monstadt and first part of Liyue. It's even possible that the next update will have a trophy list that's second half Liyue, first half Inazuma, and they'll do a "cliffhanger" each time!
  14. Yeah. I successfully avoided No Man's Sky, Anthem, Breakpoint, Andromeda, and now Cyberpunk. But... I bought Legion at launch, and that dropped to $30 like a couple weeks later. Valhalla and Immortals are also on sale already. Yuck. What about the future? Far Cry 6 got delayed. Destruction All-Stars got delayed. Deathloop already got delayed this summer. Bloodlines 2 got delayed. Outriders got delayed. Biomutant... probably still exists? Bridge of Spirits got delayed. This does not exactly fill me with hope we're about to get a generation of right-outta-the-gate masterpieces! There are going to be more blown launches, more titles that follow an Early Access-like path and put players through months or years of post-launch rebuilding. I think this is shaping up as a great time to dig in and outwait them.
  15. It was easier to enjoy games before developers started taking such interest in when we play them. Why is it Netflix releases a show and I can binge the show if I so choose, but for some reason I can't "binge" this great-looking game? I kind of want to get Hitman 3, but the whole episodic aspect of it is a big negative. What should it matter to the company whether I "bingewatch" their game? Why does it have to be metered out like this? Actual TV shows have even been moving away from it for years now!