ragnarok2887

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  1. Got to be Dead Space. That game is great
  2. The Last Of Us
  3. Marvel Spider-man
  4. Hell yes!!! My favourite Final Fantasy
  5. Bloodborne. Have it loaded (with DLC) on my PS4 all ready to go, but something keeps making me put it off. Don't know whether it is the potential slog that the "souls like" games can be that is delaying me from starting it, but I'll get to it... eventually.
  6. Is 39.51% at the moment. Pretty happy with that.
  7. Honestly, I quite liked it. It's nice to finally have some decent VR titles to look forward to, even if the Iron Man title looked a bit pants. No Mans Sky VR will definitely tempt me back into that game, 'Blood & Truth' looked good, and 'Observation' really intrigued me and I want to learn more about that. As for the non-VR games, if 'Crash Team Racing' is as good as the original, then that will be a blast, and the fact that 'Days Gone' is not being over hyped is a good thing in my book. Hopefully it will be better than people are expecting. Too many games have over-hyped and under-delivered this gen, so fingers crossed this is just Sony learning from it's mistakes. In terms of the, so called, backlash against this new type of promotion Sony are doing, I kind of understand the criticism. I was a big fan of E3 and always looked forward to it, so if this is what is replacing it, then yeah, that is a bit disappointing. That said, we are nearing the end of this gen and what new titles Sony may be working on, I would guess, would be being saved as next-gen releases. We already know that 'The Last Of Us 2' & 'Death Stranding' are still to come, so had they just released a trailer with yet more teasers for those, people would equally be annoyed that there wasn't anything new. It's Catch-22 I guess and all depends on when the next gen will be announced. Who will pull the trigger first on revealing their next gen console (if it even will still be a traditional console), Sony or Microsoft - and whenever that is, will the rival company be ready to counter that with a good first party launch list. Just got to wait and see.
  8. Got it waiting to play on my PS4 and can't wait to start. Just need to finish the game I'm currently playing.
  9. Hitman 2 for me. If you haven't tried it yet, go and download the FREE Hitman 2 Prologue to try out the Miami level. Too many people are sleeping on this gem.
  10. OK, some great questions above that have already been asked, but here are my quick fire questions to both of you; Which 1 game from your backlog are you most looking forward to playing? Which 1 game do you regret the most for playing/plat'ing? Which 1 game (or game series) do you just not get? (i.e. Others rave about it, but you just don't get the hype) What has been your best game that you have played in 2018? (Doesn't have to have been released in 2018, just that you played it - maybe you were late to the party on a game) Other than that, have a great Thanks Giving the both of you and don't get trampled in the Black Friday yearly carnage. Knack 2が最高です。😆
  11. Maybe slightly off topic, but I don't know why more companies haven't ported older games onto PSVR. Personally I think Skyrim VR is the best VR game out at the moment (mainly because it is a fully fleshed out game), but more games could be released like this (looking forward to Borderlands 2 VR). I was disappointed that Fallout 4 didn't get a PSVR release, but I get why due to the technical limitations. Fallout 3 or New Vegas would have been good, but what about games like; Bioshock, Farcry 3, Deus Ex, Metro, Payday 2, Theif, Alien Isolation, etc. There are so many great older first person games that they could do if they wanted. PS4 had a lot of remasters, don't understand why more companies don't 'remaster' their games for VR. I think VR does pilot/cockpit type games well (i.e. Driveclub) and you can really get an appreciate for perspective & distance in VR games. So my idea would be a Crane Simulator type game (think Farm Simulator... but with Cranes 😀). Would be nerve-wracking sitting in your chair looking down at a 100ft+ drop beneath you and having to move "stuff", maybe against the clock.
  12. I quite liked the Hitman [2016] story. Thought the acting in each of the cutscenes was of a very high standard (really liked the scene on the Train between Diana & the mystereous 'The Constant' guy). Am looking forward to learning more about the Shadow client in Hitman 2 and the relationship that he has with Agent 47. Having said that, Hitman is more about the gameplay loop than the story. The story is just there (if you want it) to tie everything together.
  13. Expansions 1 & 2 are future levels to be released (no details about where these levels will be set yet), plus additional sniper assassin levels. Essentially, it is 2 DLC packs that will probably drop sometime next year.
  14. Interesting. Bar Hitman 2 (the new one), I'm only missing Hitman Absolution, so would pick that up if it got released.