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  1. Since you say game, Part II was by far better than the first game. Everything that TLOU did, like the shooting, the stealth, the (mediocre) AI etc., TLOUP2 did it much much better. Level design was also better. Story is another topic and entirely subjective. Personally, I found it equally fascinating and I cannot put one over the other.
  2. I am on the same boat. The only 2020 release that I have played so far is TLOUP2. As for the rest: Outer Wilds (Xbox One) Easily the best game I have played so far. Unique and intriguing like very few games out there. Getting it for free from a Mixer (RIP) E3 Stream a few years ago was the icing on the cake! Yakuza Kiwami 2 (PS4) Another great Yakuza game. Can't wait to continue the Kiryu saga with the remaining four games. For now, I am getting my dosage with Judgment, which is quite strong so far. Bastion (PS4) I was really impressed by the newer Supergiant games (Pyre and Transistor), this one was no different. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (PS4) I enjoyed it as much as I enjoyed Human Revolution (which is one of the best games I have ever played), if not more. AC: Revelations (Xbox One) A nice ending to the Ezio trilogy. As a bonus, I would mention Death Stranding, cause I finished it in 2020 πŸ˜€, And if I wasn't including games that I explicitly started this year, it would be right beside Outer Wilds at the very top.
  3. Off the top of my head, I would name (in no particular order): NieR: Automata The Last of Us God of War RDR 2 Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Mankind Divided Death Stranding Ori and the Blind Forrest Transistor Outer Wilds Final Fantasy XV and Journey I also agree with Yakuza 0 (I would include Kiwami / Kiwami 2 as well), great soundtrack!
  4. Actually, I have given this a lot of thought lately. I came to PS4 pretty late (think it was two years ago), cause I started this gen with an Xbox One. Ever since, I have been trying to catch up, while also splitting my time with my One (even though the time spent on each console is about 60-40, in favor of the PS4). There have been some fantastic games this generation and some great remakes too (which was ideal for me, since I basically skipped the entire previous generation). So many that, in fact, my drafted list included ~29 games. Therefore, I had to do a lot of trimming, choosing to remove games I haven't finished and haven't spent enough time with them (sorry, Bloodborne), all but one games in a franchise and games that couldn't quite reach top 10 status (notably Deus Ex: Mankind Divided). Personally, I would "rank" my favorite games in tiers, seems more fair that way. Some honorable mentions, because I feel like I would do most of these games an injustice by not, at least, mentioning them: Firewatch, Flower, Transistor (or any other game from Supergiant Games), Final Fantasy XV (only because I engaged with the anime, the movie and all the side stuff outside of the game) and Marvel's Spider-Man. Without further ado, this is my list: Yakuza 0 If I could, I would include all three Yakuza (Kiwami / Kiwami 2) games that I have played so far. What a game! Uncharted 4: A Thief's End Like above, I could put the entire series here, but this was my favorite one, since it improved the gameplay so much and the story was phenomenal. Horizon: Zero Dawn I could not create a list without my very first PS4 game. And a great one at that. The Last Guardian Despite being frustrated with it on a few occasions, the story and the journey was well worth it. Journey It's in the name, do I need to say more? One of a kind. The Last of Us Part II Yes, this one. Mainly because it vastly improved the gameplay and the AI from the first game (which bothered me a lot). Story wise, I found it equally brilliant like the first game. Death Stranding Unique, simple as that. NieR: Automata Loved every single bit of it. Told its story in a fascinating way. God of War Seriously, every aspect of it was exceptional. and… Red Dead Redemption 2 Greatness. I expect my list will change in the near feature, once I go through my backlog (which include games like MGSV: The Phantom Pain, Persona 5 and Shadow of the Colossus, among others) or when Cyberpunk lands (all aboard the HYPE train πŸš…).
  5. One of my favorite games on Xbox One. Not as hard as it seems at a first glance. Saw Super Meat Boy being mentioned (have yet to complete it, that, imho, is 10x more diffucult than Cuphead. Just give it a try and practice. It is a fantastic game.
  6. Which costs them… nothing (in real money, since they are not giving away cash). Sure, they could potentially lose $400M, if every PS+ member was to buy a $10 game or getting $10 off a purchase. At least that's how I see it.
  7. Makes sense. Personally, I try to collect as many steelbooks as possible, so I have ended up with a mixed collection of steelbooks and regular bluray cases. πŸ˜€ If I remember correctly, Yakuza Kiwami 1 and 2 launched that way. Afterwards, they started producing only the standard versions. And, what do you know, all three games have Deep Silver as the European distributor.
  8. Why don't you get the steelbook anyway? It's a cool steelbook and reasonably priced (I see it has dropped at ~45€). πŸ˜„ I wouldn't be surprised if they release a standard edition in Europe down the road.
  9. The Greek one uploaded the trailer with comments enabled and like/dislike bar. (edit) ... and now they made the video private. πŸ˜„
  10. Unfortunately, I got spoiled and I thought I would share my thoughts about what's going on (without spoiling, of course). I do not have a issue with games being political, expressing certain opinions about groups of people etc. A game might make me think about things, but I do not expect any game ALONE to change my views about something. As in any form of art, games are, to an extent, the expression of their creator's/director's views/opinions/etc. In this instance, If Neil Druckman wants to say things through his games, it is his right and people need to chill out. No one is forced to buy his games, especially if you don't agree with his views. However, I do have a problem for a sequel to do an 180 degree turn from the first game. With TLOU2, things are completely different (side note: I have yet to play Left Behind, so I don't if some of the leaks are being hinted there). What was a pretty much "apolitical" game, seems to have become a collection of x/y/z views. And, in order to accommodate these changes, the plot, character arcs (old and new), the game as a whole, have to be altered in such ways, that it makes no sense. Like, at all. We have to wait for the final game to be released, in order to judge the plot properly. Although I highly doubt it, maybe these changes are being justified by the rest of the plot that hasn't leaked yet. Of course, justified doesn't mean people have to like it. Personally, I was going to preorder, but I cannot deny that I have serious second thoughts now.
  11. Remember, it was delayed "due to logistics issues", right? (biggest lie ever)
  12. That is what I am wondering myself. If there is a "NG+" like Nier Automata's Routes, it could be justified paying some extra money. However, I doubt it, otherwise why charge just 0.60 cents for it at launch? If it was filled with new content/loot/etc. they would have charged their standard fee from the get go.
  13. Hopefully I am not too late (I think registration is/was closing at the end of Feb, right?). Here is my card: Haven't thought about games yet. At a quick glance, card seems pretty fun this year! Will be back soon with an update (have already completed some games that I can use to tick off some of the boxes). Have fun, everyone! πŸ˜„
  14. I, too, had trouble finding the content in Gallery, but it turned out that, for some reason, PS4 was adding a space next to the creator's ID.
  15. Unfortunately, Italy isn't included in the participating countries, just like Greece.