Xylobe

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  1. Before doing anything you should be aware that the in-game character progression is based exclusively on the game's lootbox microtransactions, meaning that unless that's changed between now and the release date (unlikely given EA), the game is extremely pay-to-win: http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2017-10-09-star-wars-battlefront-2-has-a-loot-crate-problem https://www.polygon.com/2017/10/11/16449428/star-wars-battlefront-2-microtransactions-loot-crates-beta http://www.gamesradar.com/heres-how-star-wars-battlefront-2s-progression-will-work-levels-loot-crates-and-star-cards/ If you're comfortable with that kind of abusive business model then there's no harm for you in preordering. But if those allegations cause you any concern, I recommend avoiding the game entirely unless they're proven false.
  2. I've been hoping to play through most of this year's big releases by the end of the year. Of course at this point most of what's left on the to-do list is the 100-hour RPGs.

  3. To any Tales fans: is Berseria best played before or after Zestiria?

    1. Yadilie

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      If you're playing them both I'd just go in release order. Zestiria then Berseria. It'll feel better when you finish up Z and go to the much better Berseria.

  4. TIL somebody pays attention to the rating system on here. Calling a reasonably detailed list of trophy information for all 117 games on sale "stupid info" is asinine given that this community mainly comprises trophy hunters, and saying it takes "10 seconds of research" is just dishonest since there are, again, 117 games in this sale. Would you rather people not post pertinent information in these threads for fear of taking attention away from whoever managed to submit the thread most quickly?
  5. Super Meat Boy and Tom Clancy's EndWar are the two that immediately come to mind. Any months-long MMO is also way up there (Final Fantasy XIV, Neverwinter, etc.).
  6. #185, Trophy #9268: Wheels of Aurelia (NA) October 7, 2017 Recommend: NO A bad visual novel dressed up as a bad Micro Machines knock-off. #186, Trophy #9318: Uncharted: The Lost Legacy October 15, 2017 Recommend: meh I'm not a fan of Uncharted, but this one had generally fewer combat sequences and more exploration and puzzles, which I quite enjoyed.
  7. #185, Trophy #9268: Wheels of Aurelia (NA) October 7, 2017 Recommend: NO A bad visual novel dressed up as a bad Micro Machines knock-off. #186, Trophy #9318: Uncharted: The Lost Legacy October 15, 2017 Recommend: meh I'm not a fan of Uncharted, but this one had generally fewer combat sequences and more exploration and puzzles, which I quite enjoyed.
  8. Considering how many total platinums I have at this point, you'd think I'd have more rare ones...
  9. 1. Gravity Rush Remastered 2. The Order: 1886 3. Telltale's Game of Thrones (PS4) 4. Life is Strange (PS4) 5. Tales from the Borderlands (PS4) 6. Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom 7. Sound Shapes (PS4, NA) 8. Everybody's Gone to the Rapture 9. Day of the Tentacle Remastered 10. The Wolf Among Us (PS3) 11. Teslagrad 12. Sound Shapes (PS3) 13. The Walking Dead Season 1 (PS3) 14. Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments 15. Prototype 2 16. Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus (PS3) 17. Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy (PS3) 18. Assassin's Creed II So about 10-20% of our respective totals, which is about what I'd expect for lists our size.
  10. I just like making the little numbers go big
  11. This is an extremely vague request for recommendations. Is your only criterion that the games be on PS4? If so, there's a pinned thread here on this board for general recommendations:
  12. http://nypost.com/2012/10/08/citys-gotcha-traffic-cameras-use-short-yellow-lights-to-increase-ticket-revenue-study/ A reminder that this isn't something exclusive to gaming-- when a new avenue of revenue gets opened up, existing systems are inevitably changed to support that new avenue. Which is why I feel that people who support these systems in games are lying to themselves when they claim it 'won't affect the game'.
  13. Yeah. Burnout Paradise?