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  1. I picked up Borderlands 3 and World War Z from the sale so it wasn't a total wash for me. Hoping they add something more today though. If not, I guess I'll just get The Division 2 for 15.99, which is a price I don't mind paying and be done with it.
  2. Honestly, I feel like that's not that big of an ask for veteran players. Aside from the new resources, I imagine most long time players already have or are close to having the first lot. It is just a shame for any new players the update may pull in because starting from scratch that is a godly grind.
  3. I wasn't a huge fan of the first two, but the third, despite some technical issues was actually good fun. I enjoyed the switch to open world and it felt like a Far Cry game to me. Not nearly as good as Far Cry at all, but in how you had camps to take out, targets to assassinate, various missions requiring travel across the map and crafting ammo, etc. Overall I'd recommend it as it can be fun, but the story could have done with being a little less predictable and cliché. As for Contracts, not played it yet, but based off of how much I enjoyed the third I will play it at some point. Hope this helps you a bit with your decision.
  4. I Mustache You a Question - Borderlands 3 Complete mission "Atlas, At Last". This I felt was challenging in that up to the point of this mission, enemies and bosses had been relatively easy solo. Then you get to the Katagawa Ball and there is a massive spike in difficulty in how the thing can virtually kill you with one missile salvo. It probably didn't help that the first couple attempts I was using basic weapons with no elemental damage. As soon as I switched to a corrosive weapon for his first bar, then shock for the other two it was standard fair. Still, a bigger challenge when compared to all that preceded it.
  5. Total War, from PC to PlayStation. I am a big fan of those types of large scale RTS battle games and while Kessen is probably my all time favourite, that already released on PlayStation 2, although a remake would be awesome. Age of Empires, from PC to PlayStation. I know there are similar alternatives, like Civilisation for example, but AoE is the undisputed King. I would sink hours into that game per session just building up an unstoppable force to conquer everyone with. Red Dog: Superior Firepower, from Dreamcast to PlayStation. This game is still to this day one of the best multiplayer experiences I've ever had. The single player was nothing special, but battling my friends was where this game just came to life. If you've never played it and have a Dreamcast, I recommend it as it is unbelievably fun.
  6. Watch Dogs Legion Cyberpunk 2077 Doom Eternal Final Fantasy VII Remake The Last of Us Part 2 Zombie Army 4
  7. I know exactly what you mean. As far as Fifa platinums go, 14 was by far the easiest. It's the only one I have. That is partly down to me losing interest in certain aspects of the game of course, but I remember the online draft trophy took me countless tries before I got it. And getting to Division 1 is most definitely difficult unless you are skilled at the game. Yes, for someone who is a skilled Fifa player, certain trophies may not be overly difficult, but they are still harder than anything 14 had to offer. Literally, the only challenging trophy 14 had was the legendary skill challenge, but you could cheese that by doing a goalkeeper one. So, it was a doable platinum even for casual Fifa players, but all games after that required you to have some skill in certain aspects of the game.
  8. Honestly, I think FUT has a lot to do with it. That's the mode that gets the most activity and drives most of the sales. The problem is that it's one of, if not the biggest pay to win shithousery of a mode I've experienced. Too many people who are willing to sink massive amounts of cash to pack the best players are driving a lot of those who don't have that kind of money to burn away from the game. I mean it sucks when you sink hours into that mode to build a semi decent team and you still get piped online by some noob just because they had the cash to just funnel into it until theye got their Messi, Ronaldo, Mbappe, Neymar etc in their team.
  9. Mine is pure enjoyment of the game now. I've never been a hard-core trophy hunter as you could probably tell by my completion percentage and platinum count. There have been times when I've played games purely for the trophies, NCIS game comes to mind. But now I'm at a point where if I'm not enjoying the game or it feels like a chore to play it I put it down and move on. I enjoy my trophies, but not that much.
  10. I might pick it up on a sale, but no way will I pay full price for it. And not because I hate Konami, but because they've taken away what made the Contra series so addictive. I want that hard run n gun action and with the Contra Anniversary Collection and Blazing Chrome I get that. And as for twin stick shooters, why would I want to pay that much for Contra when there are better and cheaper alternatives. Alienation, Helldivers, Livelock, Nex Machina, Assault Android Cactus, Enter the Gungeon, The Binding of Isaac just to name a few.
  11. The game is an enjoyable one in my opinion. But the combat is very basic, nothing like Batman Arkham other than the Counter move. And the card portion of the game is essentially used to create your dungeon run. It basically plays out with you making a deck, which is built up of encounter cards and such that create a dungeon of sorts. You'll progress through the cards with your character until you hit the end of the deck where you will fight a boss. Examples of cards would be basic combat encounters where you will have to fight a number of enemies to progress, a shop card where you will get to purchase better weapons and armour, then more unique cards like encounters with traps or quests for you to do which in turn unlock new cards to customise your deck with to make each run different. That is as best as I can explain it, but it's a fun game and if you can get it for cheap definitely give it a go.
  12. Not straight away. There will be a wait. I'm not entirely sure if they have a set amount of months that have to pass before an EA game goes on Access, but I guess to give you an idea, Anthem came out in February I think and it is still not included on EA Access as a full game, just a trial. So I'm guessing it'll most likely be some time next year when this goes on EA Access as a full release.
  13. Indeed, this is the only trophy that could pose a challenge depending on how difficult this mode is.
  14. Luckily there is no AC game this year. I think most people are burnt out on them by now and Ubisoft isn't going to do themselves any favours if they just pepper constant dlc after dlc in between releases. People will get sick of it.
  15. This game is 100% just LoL for babies. I'm sure if enough players commit to the game and learn all the best builds and stuff like that then it might become a lot more challenging and fun. But right now basically using the recommended purchases is enough to get you by.