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  1. Platinum #40 Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition Playtime: 25-30 hours Difficulty: 7/10 Enjoyment: 8/10 The Blade Runner video game from 1997 is a true classic; one of the best video games ever made IMO. This "Enhanced" version has a LOT of problems though, both visually and mechanically. I can't recommend it in it's current state! The worst thing is, while the vastly superior ScummVM version of the game is included with the Enhanced Edition on both GOG & Steam, the game's publisher can't legally put it on console, so this is all we get. Even if they patch it like crazy, the original game's amazing atmosphere just won't be the same. I should have waited and read reviews before I bought & installed it, but I just assumed Nightdive Studios would have everything under control like usual. Having said all that, if you are interested in this game, definitely get it once it's been patched. Or get it on PC if you have the option. It really is an incredible work of art with hours and hours of gameplay for just $10.
  2. If you like mystery/detective/puzzle games, it doesn't really get any better than Return of the Obra Dinn. Overwhelmingly Positive on Steam; 96% w/ over 15,000 reviews. Spyro Trilogy will definitely give you a lot more content (25-35 hours vs 4-5 hours). However, it looks like it goes on sale a lot more often than Obra Dinn does. I'm not trying to steer you away from Spyro BTW; just sharing the facts. Scroll down a bit to see sale histories: https://platprices.com/game/6147-return-of-the-obra-dinn https://platprices.com/game/3701-spyro-reignited-trilogy
  3. Played through the entire PS3 version of The Last of Us bombed on Vodka & Coke's. I was so out of it, I didn't realize that no trophies were popping. Didn't get a single one, for whatever reason.
  4. Agree that it's neat to have it on Playstation, but yeah, this whole situation is a trainwreck. I experienced the shooting issues in the police maze just this morning and was like WTF. Thank goodness I bought the un-enhanced version on GOG back in 2020.
  5. There's a lot of opportunity in the US, but we're the 10th most expensive country to live in, with the worst labor laws in the developed world. Results in a lot of people having to work a lot of hours, and many of those people are just getting by. An unfortunate societal norm, and one that's hardly exclusive to Americans.
  6. Thanks for the heads-up. 😎 Grabbed Terminator: Resistance - Annihilation Line. Hasn't been on sale since February; looks like it's the cheapest it's been too.
  7. Extremely fair pricing on this one. Wish all of these classics collections would release for $20 (looking at you, Sonic Origins & Cowabunga Collection).
  8. Pretty much the same for me. Other than the odd PS game, I mostly just play older PC titles I missed out on, and thankfully the boomer shooter craze isn't slowing down any. Still lots of great point & click adventure games coming out too. Agreed that Japan is still (mostly) great with what they're producing. They need to start taking their PC ports more seriously though. Optimization & graphics settings are quite lame almost across the board as of late.
  9. The Swapper Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon Bejeweled 3 Call of Juarez: Gunslinger Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack
  10. Platinum #39 Terminator: Resistance Enhanced Playtime: 15-16 hours (all side quests & conversations completed) Difficulty: 2.5/10 Enjoyment: 8.5/10 Awesome game that really nails the look & atmosphere of the devastated future world of the Terminator series. Gunplay & exploring is quite fun, and most of the conversations & voice-acting are great. I understand that these types of games aren't for everyone, and that in some ways Terminator Resistance feels like a bit of a throwback, but I'm still surprised at how low this scored amongst professional critics. It's not a 5-6 out of 10 game. It just isn't, and I think that generally speaking the consumer reviews for this one are much more sensible. Not every game has to be saying something important, nor do they have to constantly be reinventing the wheel. Sometimes we just need some mindless & familiar fun. I'm very much hoping for a sequel.
  11. A fair amount, and I definitely spent more time on this than I should have. Here's the website I used: https://delistedgames.com/ PS3: 007 Legends Earthworm Jim HD Magrunner: Dark Pulse Matt Hazard: Blood Bath & Beyond Metal Gear Solid HD Collection Sonic CD X-Men: The Arcade Game PS4: Blue Estate Grand Theft Auto III Grand Theft Auto San Andreas Grand Theft Auto Vice City Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series Republique Xbox 360: Army of Two: The Devils Cartel Battle: Los Angeles Darkest of Days G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra Goldeneye 007: Reloaded Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary Halo: Reach James Bond 007: Blood Stone Shadows of the Damned X-Men Origins: Wolverine GOG: Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver Steam: 8-Bit Bayonetta Afterfall Insanity: Extended Edition Alpha Protocol Back to the Future: The Game Beyond Eyes Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition DiRT 3 Doctor Who: The Adventure Games Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project Ghostbusters: The Video Game God Mode Gun Monkeys Kane & Lynch: Dead Men Medal of Honor: Airborne Metro 2033 Observer Poker Night 2 Poker Night at the Inventory Prey Rochard Skylar & Plux: Adventure on Clover Island Sonic CD Star Trek (2013) Super Cloudbuilt The Last Remnant TRON: Evolution Velocity 2X
  12. I prefer the Dualshock 4. Initially, the Dualsense feels good to hold, but my hands seem to sweat 2-3 times as fast. The battery life in my Dualsense is also pretty trash compared to the few DS4's I have, which is really saying something considering how trash my DS4's are compared to my DS3's.
  13. No one should believe a word that comes out of Todd Howard's mouth. Having said that, I think Starfield looks cool, and I really like the game's music we've heard so far. Looking forward to seeing more. I'm always down for a fun space adventure.