What were the last video games you played?

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  • razor63razor63 Unsigned
    Witticus said:

    @razor63 from what I remember of Dragon Age 2, the combat was actually strong, but it felt confined because it took place entirely in one city. I missed the open environments of Dragon Age 1, but overall it was never a bad game.

    As for Inquisition, I enjoyed it at the time. The complex politics and pretty fascinating story made up for fetch quests and resource gathering. But once I played Witcher 3, all bets were off. I couldn't go back to Inquisition even though I bought the DLC. Dragon Age is weird because it's format is so aged, it's basically an old RPG format trying to remain relevant in a sea of well done RPG hybrids.

    I summarized it to a friend a while back as "DA:O appealed to old school tactical RPG fans, those that played the likes of Baldur's Gate. DA:II is a flawed and rushed game, but with some good fun, and with a more modern hack-n'-slash combat. DA:I tried to meet both groups in the middle, and pleased nobody."

    I did enjoy Inquisition enough to play it 3 times back in the day (i.e. 3 years ago) but couldn't last an hour this time because of how sluggish and underwhelming the game felt comparatively.
  • WitticusWitticus VERY DEEP
    I'm stalling time on my holiday, I'm tired of drawing storyboards for a commercial, so let's add in a few more paragraph reviews.

    Killing Floor 2 (2017)
    I'm a huge fan of cooperative multiplayer games. Killing Floor 2 is basically Left 4 Dead with a hint of Payday 2, stirred in with a Doom soundtrack and it is bonkers! Some of my favorite Friday night games involved being separated from the main group and fending off herds of zombies with a sword and shield. Laughed, cried, and will gladly go back to this game whenever friends ask.

    Borderlands 2 (PS4 2015)
    I played the original BL by myself and it got really boring, during my fridays this year, my friends and I made this a routine too. First off, great writing, second off, this game is Mario party for sociopaths. The loot shows the same for everyone and friendships get tested immediately when a rare item pops up. Never thought I'd say this, but Destiny did it better by not making drops public. Still had a ton of fun clearing off enemies with friends, however unlike every other game in existence, having a friend who play it a lot, ruins the experience. They run around stealing all the good items and kill the sense of fascination and wonder by just trying to hurry up certain parts. Still way better with friends.

    Final Fantasy XII the Zodiac Age (2017)
    When I was a high schooler, I played the original, loved it but never finished it because it's a f***ing hard game. However in my redemption, I seem to have gotten really good at RPGs... Or the games easier. Also maybe internet guides help way more than they did in 2005? I still really love this game, the open feel, it's weird quirks, the exploration, it's still fun! I'm also a bastard who hated random encounters in a none Pokémon setting, so hate me. It's a terrific story of lust for power and the moral quandary of how to use these powers. It's battle system is dated, but you can see how this game inspired later RPGs for good.

    Witcher 2
    Alpha Sapphire
    *FFXII
    MC Sky Factory
    *Killing Floor 2
    ME Andromeda
    Poké Moon
    Slime Rancher
    * Borderlands 2
    Poke Y
    Pixelmon
    Witcher 1
    Ark 2017
    Digimon NO
  • WitticusWitticus VERY DEEP
    In the spirit of Mass Effect Andromeda, I played through the original Mass Effect trilogy to see how they compare... I also did these on the hardest difficulty I could, because I'm a self hating badass.

    Mass Effect 1
    This game is aged beyond belief. The shooting intentionally misses because it's based upon RPG logic. (Look I get that a swordsman might not know magic but at least let my spread be a little worse and not on the opposite end of the f***ing screen. Secondly, the sci-fi filter deliberately makes the game look more ass, turn it off for a more enjoyable half adding. I played as male Shepard who sounds like he's rushing his line reading to an elevator loading screen. Which is a shame because the rest of the voice cast are trying so hard, man. Weird things I forgot, buying licenses for your on ship salesman to buy better gear? F*** that!!! The Mako missions are still ass because at higher difficulty it's almost impossible to drive without one ground troop f***ing up your tank. Mass Effect 1 is garbage without its story.

    Mass Effect 2
    I actually waited for a whole the first time I played because mass Effect 1 bored me so much. I'm so glad I gave it a second chance because it's such a vast improvement, It brings tears to my eyes. The opening of this game is one of the best hands down, but the Insanity difficulty becomes harder due to the fact your teammates are about as helpful as child soldiers who seem to think faking their deaths the entire battle is the best course of action. So certain classes are impossible to beat enemies with... Which is something I found out the hard way. Still missing 2 achievements for this game... and I probably always will. But combat is so improved, so is the dialog control, just better in every way. No mako, except the s*** Hammerhead DLC.

    Mass Effect 3
    For all the s*** this game took upon release, I can't understand it. After playing through it with 2 completely different characters, the game completely changes based on choices from the previous 2 games. The whole game is a farewell even if the ending is a bit underwhelming. After looking up ways to save Tali and the geth I was amazed at how in depth the situations from previous games played out. Also DLC characters from the previous games show up giving more value to what you paid. Playing through this game again really opened up my eyes. And the DLC where you get to hang out with old friends again is heartwarming and serene. Combat is still awesome, and the characters are still amazing.

    Witcher 2
    *ME3
    *ME2
    Alpha Sapphire
    FFXII
    MC Sky Factory
    Killing Floor 2
    ME Andromeda
    Poké Moon
    Slime Rancher
    Borderlands 2
    Poke Y
    Pixelmon
    Witcher 1
    * ME1
    Ark 2017
    Digimon NO
  • WitticusWitticus VERY DEEP
    Let's add to this mess, here are some more games I either wasted my time on or made it better. Adventure game edition and more.

    Day of the Tentacle Remake
    After living Grim Fandango I was extremely happy to try another Tim Schafer masterpiece. This wasn't just updated graphics, the animation brought this game to life in beautiful ways. The puzzles may have pissed me off at times. F*** that stupid maid puzzle!!! You click everything till it actually works and has great dialog that follows. It was a wonderful experience with an insane story that had me thinking about it after playing.

    Birthdays the Beginning
    A man can only play so many shooters before he yearns for something more. Wasn't ready to venture through Stardew Valley again, so I tried something off beat. Birthdays is by the creator of Harvest Moon and is unique. You're a god who must find the right way to evolve creatures. The game is like watching a fishbowl hoping to watch the creatures do something interesting. It's interesting for a while but grows increasingly tedious and boring. It didn't do anything to make me hate it, but boredom is pretty... boring, yo.

    Secret of Monkey Islsnd 2
    Once again trying to understand insane people from the 90s is a skill. This game is so dated, it has a puzzle involving a Dewey Decimal System. I'm old enough to remember one from kindergarten but damn it's got some dated references. Puzzles are bats*** too, so really this was what I expected. The game is pretty cool and well done with some great dialog as well, but if I had to choose, I'd say Day of the Tentacle holds up much better.

    Score Board

    Witcher 2
    ME3
    ME2
    Alpha Sapphire
    *Day of the Tentacle
    FFXII
    MC Sky Factory
    Killing Floor 2
    ME Andromeda
    Poké Moon
    *Monkey Island 2
    Slime Rancher
    Borderlands 2
    Poke Y
    Pixelmon
    Witcher 1
    ME1
    *Birthdays the Beginning
    Ark 2017
    Digimon NO
  • WitticusWitticus VERY DEEP
    edited September 7
    Playing a new game right now on my day off and it's a piece of crap, so day wasted. It's called Adrift, its one of those newfangled wander around to figure out the story, except this one actually has danger and takes skill. You're an astronaut on a space station in 2037 that was destroyed in a mysterious catastrophe not seen since the development of this game. You have to propel yourself through zero gravity which is cool, but your character moves like an elephant on heroin. It's sluggish, you keep hitting things which hurt you and you feel way smaller than you really are. To top it off later levels have you performing series of tasks which are extremely hard without needed upgrades... Which you get by completing obstacles that you need that damn gear for... You of course collect voices, which seems like a lot of wasted resources for every astronaut in the future to be carrying around 12 computer desktop sized voice recorders. You also have to maintain oxygen, which is its own b**** of a problem. Your thrust wastes oxygen and oxygen comes mainly in finicky tiny capsules that you waste a bunch of oxygen trying to catch. The idea is neat of a survival version of Everybody's Gone to Rapture, but its contrived and frustrating in execution. Just please avoid this, please, please, please!

    Witcher 2
    ME3
    ME2
    Alpha Sapphire
    Day of the Tentacle
    FFXII
    MC Sky Factory
    Killing Floor 2
    ME Andromeda
    Poké Moon
    Monkey Island 2
    Slime Rancher
    Borderlands 2
    Poke Y
    Pixelmon
    Witcher 1
    ME1
    Birthdays the Beginning
    Ark 2017
    Digimon NO
    *Adrift
  • rkbdgurlrkbdgurl Road Warrior
    Rock Band
  • Finally getting around to playing the original Life Is Strange. I'm probably around halfway through episode 4 and this game is incredible. I'm glad I got this one.
  • Just finished. That was a serious trip.
  • I've been playing Knack 2. It's not as good as the first one IMO. I'm not a huge fan of QTEs (especially when they basically become the game) and they've added a ton.. not just one or two spots.
    Just not that impressed. I haven't finished it though, I'm about halfway.
    So i'll post an update in the future to see what i really felt about it.
  • Everybody's Golf comes out on August 29th. It's from the franchise formerly known as Hot Shots Golf. Is anyone pre-ordering it?

    OK, how about Call of Duty: WWII? I'm less excited about this one than I am about golf (!) but WWII has proven to be a great subject for games and it would surely be way more fun to play this one if some of my friends own it as well. The game comes out November 3rd, but the private beta goes live in 10 days for those that pre-order it.
    Might be the first COD I bought and seem like I'll enjoy in a long time.
    Did buy Black Ops 3 (mostly because ps4 at the time literally had nothing coming out) but didn't enjoy it at all.
    I've still got my hopes up that they eventually try a civil war battlefield or call of duty .
    There actually were two Civil War-themed FPS games released for the Xbox 360 under the History Channel line. I own one of them (A Nation Divided), and it's actually a rather good game by FPS standards, if harder than my unmentionables.

    There's also a few inaccuracies that I and other people have noticed, but it's better than nothing.
  • coolkat said:

    Everybody's Golf comes out on August 29th. It's from the franchise formerly known as Hot Shots Golf. Is anyone pre-ordering it?

    OK, how about Call of Duty: WWII? I'm less excited about this one than I am about golf (!) but WWII has proven to be a great subject for games and it would surely be way more fun to play this one if some of my friends own it as well. The game comes out November 3rd, but the private beta goes live in 10 days for those that pre-order it.
    Might be the first COD I bought and seem like I'll enjoy in a long time.
    Did buy Black Ops 3 (mostly because ps4 at the time literally had nothing coming out) but didn't enjoy it at all.
    I've still got my hopes up that they eventually try a civil war battlefield or call of duty .
    There actually were two Civil War-themed FPS games released for the Xbox 360 under the History Channel line. I own one of them (A Nation Divided), and it's actually a rather good game by FPS standards, if harder than my unmentionables.

    There's also a few inaccuracies that I and other people have noticed, but it's better than nothing.
    Yeah I remember those. They never intrigued me to be honest.
  • WitticusWitticus VERY DEEP
    edited September 28

    I've been playing Knack 2. It's not as good as the first one IMO. I'm not a huge fan of QTEs (especially when they basically become the game) and they've added a ton.. not just one or two spots.
    Just not that impressed. I haven't finished it though, I'm about halfway.
    So i'll post an update in the future to see what i really felt about it.

    Knack 1 was just tedious and awful, so I'm not sure how it got worse.

    I also tried Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life... Holy crap does this game not hold up by any standards. First off the game was known for being indepth and having a massive manual to explain things its introduction couldn't. This is a big problem on download PS4 version as that manual is not there. So trying to figure out where anything is at or to sell things is a substantial pain in the ass. Seriously why is their a bin for selling produce and a different for selling vegetables!? But you can't sell fish or other items except twice a month because there's no damn shop keeper in town!? The map is tiny, the people are exceedingly uninteresting, and theres a bug where rain doesn't always water your crops so have fun waking up to half your crops gone due to bulls*** technicality. Your animals also get sick constantly despite feeding/ milking/ brushing regularly but guess what medicine has to be ordered and two days later the stuff you need shows up.

    I'm spoiled from Stardew Valley and didn't realize just how good I had it. Here's what finally made me quit the game. You start with a bunch of animal food and are told nothing about where to get more. I didn't know this was limited, so I ran out, found out I needed to be growing fodder for weeks, now I'd be stuck paying an exorbant amount just to feed my animals till I got more. This is yet another game this year that can seriously go f*** itself into obscurity.

    Witcher 2
    ME3
    ME2
    Alpha Sapphire
    Day of the Tentacle
    FFXII
    MC Sky Factory
    Killing Floor 2
    ME Andromeda
    Poké Moon
    Monkey Island 2
    Slime Rancher
    Borderlands 2
    Poke Y
    Pixelmon
    Witcher 1
    ME1
    Birthdays the Beginning
    Ark 2017
    Digimon NO
    *HM: A Wonderful Life
    Adrift
  • I doubt they'll be putting "At least it wasn't quite Adrift" - Witticus on the box PSN store anytime soon.
  • razor63 said:

    I doubt they'll be putting "At least it wasn't quite Adrift" - Witticus on the box PSN store anytime soon.

    They'll just misquote me.

    "... Game this Year..." - Wiiticus
  • jibjqrkljibjqrkl Eventually Perceptive
    Been playing some cuphead today. Pretty much as I expected it'd be.

    The graphics and soundtrack are amazing, giving you that perfect olde timey vibe. 10/10 for that.
    The gameplay eh, it's pretty good. Imagine Metal Slug but more of an emphasis on platforming and jumping. which is kinda where the game goes wrong for me.
    In a game like this, you need to do a lot of dodging. You see something coming, you react to it, you dodge it. Time your dodge poorly and you get hit. Unfortunately you also need to do this while platforming, with enemies constantly respawning out of nowhere, quite some attacks having so little startup and such high speeds that you cant do anything anymore if you already jumped. Unless you know the entire level from memory, you will always get hit.
    Aside from that, there's even some completely undodgeable moments (although so far only very rarely)
    For example there's a boss where clouds spawn on the side of the screen at different heights. the boss shoots small fireballs that you dodge, and occasionally a giant lazer that takes up half the screen. Unless you're already on top or at the bottom before he shoots it, you cant dodge the lazer. solution: stay on top or bottom. Problem, cloud spawns are random and you can not physically stay top or bottom nonstop.
    I think that if this game had a double jump feature, so you could change your course midair, it'd take most of these problems away.

    Then there's the co-op, it's fun. but the bosses get such a big healthboost that unless you're both perfect players, the fights take longer and are harder than solo.
    In the overworld, there's many different paths to take, there's even hidden shortcuts. So why do i need to complete every single level in the world before i can move on to the next? what's the point of the shortcut?!

    The levels are about 75% bossfights and 25% "regular" levels. the bossfights have just 1 enemy, the regular levels have constantly respawning weak enemies. Which means you have to keep running forward. But with the horribly placed nonstop spawns, you keep running into things you dont know are there yet. Look at how metal slug does it. every few steps forward spawn enemies from all possible directions if you have to. but never make them infinite. give the player a chance to catch his breath if he doesnt walk forward after a fight yet.

    Anyway, it's a pretty fun game regardless of those things. It's definitely worth checking out for the fancy style alone.
    The difficulty in the game comes more from not knowing what to expect and cheap shots rather than actual skill required IMO, but it definitely requires skill as well.


    TLDR: Fancy looking Metal Slug with added layer of difficulty (the annoying kind). Worth the $20 but definitely not more than that.
  • Meat-PopsicleMeat-Popsicle Road Warrior
    The beta for people that pre-ordered the new STAR WARS™ Battlefront™ II opens soon (today?) and that doesn't include me (because I have way, way too many games on my PS4 that I haven't played much or at all) at it is torturing me. But as I understand it literally no one on this board pre-ordered the game, so owning it wouldn't be all THAT fun, nowhere near as fun as playing Battlefield 1 with @Lawdog1521 will be in 2018, right?
  • LordFlatusLordFlatus Rising Star
    @Meat-Popsicle , since you can't buy any new game because have way too many PS4 games piled up unplayed, I think you should pick up an Xbox One X so you can buy new games again!
  • The Star Wars Open Beta started yesterday I believe just to give everyone a heads up. So now everyone can play.
    I'm not as hyped for this game even though they did add a single player mode. Time will tell, I'll try the Beta today (I downloaded it last night).
  • Meat-PopsicleMeat-Popsicle Road Warrior
    I loved the first Star Wars Battlefront, personally. Yes, it looked a bit rushed / underdeveloped, and I wasn't recommending it to others for that reason, but it just clicked with me personally. At least 15% of that: the sound cues! I was watching some of Episode V + Episode VI the other night, and every time a familiar sound cue [or iconic location] showed up I was grinning in special recognition because of all of the dozens of hours I've spent playing the game. Jabba's Palace! Bespin! Sullust? We never see that location in the movies, they only mention it as an aside, but now I know all about it all because of the game.

    If Star Wars Battlefront 2 is a better game, won't I like it even more? Not necessarily! As much as I want to try it I promised myself I wouldn't buy ANY new games unless I had my PS4 crew ready to join in with me. Nobody that I've played with before has reported that they were going to get it.
  • Ouch. Tried to Beta and the party system didn't work from the get-go. (Have actually never had that problem in Betas)
    So i just joined my friends game from their ps4 profile, got into the room.
    The game itself is just kind of meh. I actually preferred the first ones system more (oddly enough) to this new system they have in place. I could see the loot crates making the game unbalanced if people are willing to shell money into getting better gear quicker)
    It wasn't awful or bad by any means it just wasn't a game i'd throw $60 at (Getting more and more picky with multiplayer games because they seem to be unbalanced, glitchy, or just overall mediocre recently [COD WW2 is a good example.. i preordered it on impulse and now I regret it])

    But anyway, after one game it kicked me and my friend from each other and put me in a different room which i assume happens every time since it's in a Beta. This didn't bother me too bad just sucks I couldn't try to enjoy the game more with a friend.

    If i do get the game (seems unlikely) I may grab it when it's around $20.
  • Meat-PopsicleMeat-Popsicle Road Warrior
    Lots of VR games on sale this week. Does anyone here own PSVR?
    I bought it back in December but then decided I really didn't need it and returned it without even opening it.
    I'm a sucke4 for new peripherals (including VR) but I couldn't see myself playing it for more than 30 minutes a month, in the long run. I tried out Battlezone at Best Buy, and it was fun, but not remotely $60 worth of fun. Regular price is now $39.99 - nope. On sale for $19.99. Maybe? If I owned VR?

    I'm tempted to buy Harmonix Music VR for $5.99 just to support the company, on the thought that I'll still buy the system, "someday".
  • Lots of VR games on sale this week. Does anyone here own PSVR?
    I bought it back in December but then decided I really didn't need it and returned it without even opening it.
    I'm a sucke4 for new peripherals (including VR) but I couldn't see myself playing it for more than 30 minutes a month, in the long run. I tried out Battlezone at Best Buy, and it was fun, but not remotely $60 worth of fun. Regular price is now $39.99 - nope. On sale for $19.99. Maybe? If I owned VR?

    I'm tempted to buy Harmonix Music VR for $5.99 just to support the company, on the thought that I'll still buy the system, "someday".


    Don't own VR but I was allowed to borrow it for about a week from a relative.
    I thought it was pretty fun but not worth the price they ask for it. There was quite a few games I wanted to buy and try but wasn't sure how long I was going to be allowed to borrow it so I just played Playstation Worlds, Until Dawn Rush of Blood, Resident Evil 7 (already owned prior), and playroom VR (was free in store so I downloaded).

    Small Game Reviews of Each With VR:
    Playstation Worlds was fun but not sure i'd be worth a purchase outside the VR Bundle it comes in. Did have good variety though.

    Until Dawn was decent. It's a rail shooter so it works well in VR.

    Resident Evil 7 was pretty awesome in VR. The graphics do take quite a large hit but it might be one of the best looking games for VR. It did make me super nauseous though after about half-hour of playing. Still really cool and spooky as hell.

    PlayRoom VR it's free so I wasn't expecting much but i actually played this one the most (although mostly to try to get trophies LOL). Also good variety.
  • LoopyChewLoopyChew Wordsmith
    Superhot VR is available for PSVR, right? Check that out, it's my favorite VR game thus far. (ST: Bridge Crew is an interesting game but I feel it'll be way better when I get people to play it with.)
  • Meat-PopsicleMeat-Popsicle Road Warrior
    edited October 11

    Ouch. Tried to Beta and the party system didn't work from the get-go. (Have actually never had that problem in Betas)
    So i just joined my friends game from their ps4 profile, got into the room.
    The game itself is just kind of meh. I actually preferred the first ones system more (oddly enough) to this new system they have in place. I could see the loot crates making the game unbalanced if people are willing to shell money into getting better gear quicker)
    It wasn't awful or bad by any means it just wasn't a game i'd throw $60 at (Getting more and more picky with multiplayer games because they seem to be unbalanced, glitchy, or just overall mediocre recently [COD WW2 is a good example.. i preordered it on impulse and now I regret it])

    But anyway, after one game it kicked me and my friend from each other and put me in a different room which i assume happens every time since it's in a Beta. This didn't bother me too bad just sucks I couldn't try to enjoy the game more with a friend.

    If i do get the game (seems unlikely) I may grab it when it's around $20.

    I got to try it last night! It's obvious right away that the graphics are more detailed than on the first one, and that alone makes it a bit more fun to play. Many more locations and characters in this one, nice. I didn't notice nearly as much of the original movie music and sound cues in this one, that's disappointing to me, it really added to the experience. But maybe it's just not in the beta version?

    The intro suggests a fully featured single-player mode this time. Cool.

    I agree with you about the loot crates, though the first game also let you use real money to unlock things more quickly. As far as I can tell you can still unlock some weapons / power-ups permanently, while other power-ups you can buy just for a specific match ("play as Chewbacca", "use a specific vehicle") for a fixed number of credits. Credits that you earn by completing specific goals while playing, or by paying cold hard cash. I don't like change in general, so of course I am wary of this change.

    In the original game, power-up tokens for those temporary boons were strewn on the battlefield "randomly", except expert players know exactly where to look. You could, in theory, memorize all of the spawn locations on your own, but I'm sure most people just look up that information online. I hate doing that, it feels like cheating. Except, everyone does it, so taking that attitude means you have a far less chance of grabbing a coveted power-up. I wish the game maker would just publish that information openly, at least after the first few days or weeks or months that the game is out. It feels like admitting defeat but I suppose I will look up that information myself the next time I play; if I haven't figured it out on my own by now, I'm just locking myself out of the fun [like, piloting an AT-AT] needlessly.

    So wouldn't this new system benefit me? I don't have to "cheat" by looking up spawn points, I just earn credits and buy [for example] the ability to be an AT-AT driver for the next 2 minutes. Hmmm. Maybe.

    The Ultimate Edition of the first one is on sale for $5.08 on the PS Store right now. I mean, c'mon, just buy it already, and then send me a message (SilverSpg) so we can battle together.

    tl;dr looks pretty fun, it MIGHT even be awesome (can't tell yet), I would totally pay $35 for the deluxe version of this (maybe it'll be that cheap by April? or maybe I have to wait until July?).
  • Meat-PopsicleMeat-Popsicle Road Warrior
    AdVenture Capitalist (free, PlayStation store)
    It's a playable spreadsheet! Start up a lemonade stand, click the square button to produce and sell lemonade. Use your profits to buy more lemonade stands. And then you can buy a paper route. And eventually you hire a manager for each of your different business, they "click the square button" for you, letting your profits pile up even while you sleep. Eventually you own multiple huge corporations, and you expand to the Moon, and apparently angels become involved, somehow. You are tasked at each moment with figuring out the optimal use of your money: which business should you expand next? When should you make huge investments in items that will give you profit multipliers for individual businesses? There's no way to lose money so there's no real harm in being sloppy with your decisions, you'll just expand somewhat more slowly. I started to make a spreadsheet to calculate the optimal choice to make at any point in time, given the marginal prices of expansion and the marginal increase in output that such an investment would make. Hooray econ degree! But then I found someone already put a complete version of the calculator online, so I use that. Using a spreadsheet to figure out what to buy next in your spreadsheet game: doesn't this just expose this whole exercise as completely pointless?

    YES.

    But if you have a certain kind of OCD, you'll find it mildly diverting anyway. Me? I like trophies. I'm gonna grind on this sucker until I own every property in the universe, or until I get sick of it after maybe a few days. Should you play this game? Absolutely not. Not unless you are obsessed with trophies, or amused by the whole concept of "spreadsheet as game". And if just the latter statement is true, you should instead try the free browser game Parameters, I found that game to be very clever indeed (more of a puzzle or game concept than a full game).

    http://gameological.com/2012/05/little-boxes/

    AdVenture Capitalist: Expand your empire over time, merely by clicking on cells in a spreadsheet. The most important skill required is patience (OCD highly recommended, otherwise skip it).
    Parameters A clever concept: it looks like a spreadsheet, but maybe it's an RPG? Check it out.
  • Fortnite. Fun 100 player fm.
  • This was pretty fun. Think I might get an X-COM game at some point.

  • Meat-PopsicleMeat-Popsicle Road Warrior
    edited October 20
    Dude Night tonight! The 2nd in what we hope will become a monthly tradition.
    Last time, we games from all 3 of the JackBox collections. The 4th one came out on Tuesday, so we'll be firing that one up tonight. You play on your phone, going to jackbox.tv to enter your name and a unique code. You don't even have to be there in person, in theory. Should we try streaming it on Twitch or something, to get a big Audience for a few of the games?

    I have never used Twitch, and left my PS4 camera at home, so maybe that just would work at all. I'm curious to try it though, someday. Maybe I'll join in on other people's games.

  • Dude Night tonight! The 2nd in what we hope will become a monthly tradition.
    Last time, we games from all 3 of the JackBox collections. The 4th one came out on Tuesday, so we'll be firing that one up tonight. You play on your phone, going to jackbox.tv to enter your name and a unique code. You don't even have to be there in person, in theory. Should we try streaming it on Twitch or something, to get a big Audience for a few of the games?

    I have never used Twitch, and left my PS4 camera at home, so maybe that just would work at all. I'm curious to try it though, someday. Maybe I'll join in on other people's games.

    That's how I played those games. I just streamed them and had an online friend join. They are fun but people sort of ruin them with really dumb answers that are not funny to my age demographic (for example if it said "I walked to the store and found a ____________" most of the people would put sexual objects/parts and or body fluids.......)
  • LoopyChewLoopyChew Wordsmith
    I like having my friends over when playing, even if it means not playing with a full house. Also, being able to save quips in Quiplash 2 lets me share some of my favorites.






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