ObliviousSenpai

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  1. I quit League years ago, so I'm not sure if I'd go back to it on console. Maybe I'd go back for the trophies if they're not too crazy. I might try out the fighting game and the Diablo-type game. Fighting game looks like it's going to be a 2D fighter like Street Fighter rather than a 3D fighter like Tekken, but we're still in the early stages, so things could change.
  2. I would say Nioh is the easiest so long as you're just focused on completing the main game once. If you focus on a ninjutsu/omnyo build, you shouldn't have much trouble breezing through the game. Difficulty comes from the DLCs as well as playing on higher difficulties. Sekiro might also be a good choice because it seems to make more of a conscious effort in teaching you to use the tools and skills made available to you. I feel like the final Valkyrie fight in GoW also does something similar. There are some challenging bosses in Sekiro, but those are optional and you can also trivialize most encounters with prosthetic tools. The parrying system in Sekiro is also much more beginner friendly compared to Dark Souls and Bloodborne.
  3. Loving the trophy art.
  4. I think it would be more likely to see something more along the lines of a Switch.
  5. I'll probably pick up RE2 during the Halloween sale later this month and play that. Might also finally take the time to play RE Remake.
  6. Just watched it and while I don't think it's a good Joker film, I do think it's an amazing film, definitely one of my favourites in recent years. I don't think it's a good Joker film because it's not faithful to the character like others have mentioned. Joaquin Phoenix delivered a spectacular performance, but I don't think he outdid Heath Ledger. The soundtrack was brilliant and the film was shot really well.
  7. I did agree that he is overdone, but what I'm saying is it's better than getting horrible characters like Captain Marvel. Sure they're not as well known as the Joker, but what's the point if the character and movie are horrible? I would much rather have ten good Joker films than a bunch of films full of political messaging about characters nobody cares about. Are you saying they should create entirely new characters? Because there's no way the average viewer is overly familiar with the vast majority of characters in these adaptations. Joker is about the only character that is overdone and even then he could be used in adaptations like Red Hood and Killing Joke. The average moviegoer probably knows of the most popular characters like Spiderman and Batman and even then they're probably not overly familiar with even those characters. Even if you're familiar with characters like Thanos and Ultron, it's not like we've ever seen them on the big screen until now.
  8. Joker has certainly been overdone, but I'd rather have a well done Joker film than the junk we get from Marvel like Captain Marvel and Black Panther. We've also got a bunch of films with heroes and villains that are unfamiliar to non-comic book readers such as Thanos, Ultron, Dr. Strange and the Guardians of the Galaxy. When you think about it, the average viewer is probably not familiar with the majority of these characters outside of their respective films. The problem with Hollywood is its obsession with trying to make every film a political statement. I haven't watched it yet, but Joker seems to have been able to avoid this because Todd Phillips and Joaquin Phoenix don't seem too fond of that nonsense. Look at the upcoming Birds of Prey film. Sure it's going to have less exposed characters like Black Mask and the Huntress, but it's already being made clear the film is intended to be feminist with some kind of take on "toxic masculinity".
  9. I don't mind since I'll be busy with Death Stranding anyways.
  10. - Knack 3 - HzD 2 is possible or maybe a little after launch - Whatever Bluepoint is working on - Resident Evil 3 Remake - Resistance trilogy remaster - A new IP I wouldn't expect to see anything about GoW2 or Spiderman 2 for at least a year after launch. Probably won't be hearing anything about Days Gone for a while either.
  11. Now I've just got to wait for them to announce the PS5 Pro a few years down the road.
  12. Hitman 2 is absolutely worth it at those prices.
  13. Keep buying them broken and they'll keep making them broken.
  14. The season pass only includes two expansions, so those are done with the release of the Resort. To be safe, I'd just wait until after this month to see if they'll add another sniper map or something since the roadmap they put out a while back showed Halloween as the final event. They're probably focusing on Hitman 3 now, but you never know.
  15. I've earned all of the gold patches and I can confirm that they do.