Discussion in 'Video Games' started by l8rose, Mar 29, 2018.
PC: Strike Suit Zero, Team Fortress 2
Mobile: Azur Lane (tbh this is quite a guilt trip for me)
Boyfriend and I are currently playing Hollow Knight. Fun game, though some things have definitely given me some difficulty.
A great game that seemingly lacks discussion wherever I go online. Albeit maybe some people are just bored of Warriors games.
Despite owning the original on the Wii U, I probably have more hours in HWDE than I do in Breath of the Wild.
At this point I'm playing Tales of Berseria and GMod. I created my first scripted weapon in GMod. It will have a mode that uses your health as ammo for increased damage. I might also make a scripted weapon that sucks health from whatever it hits and gives it to the person using said weapon.
Right now if I'm not playtesting one of my own designs, I'm playing games and demos of people on the forum here and giving (hopefully) helpful feedback. I think it's a great way to see what other people are doing, and a good noggin conk when I see something so right in another game that's seriously lacking or needed yet missing in my own work.
currently playing world of goo. its pretty cute love the art style and gooballs.
i tend to be ocd and redo levels until i get every gooball possible... :/
Currently playing Fate/Grand Order. When I run out of AP, I get back to my current MV project 'Gacha World', which is inspired by FGO but with my own variations, like more generous Gacha odds & quest rewards, and no stupid limiting AP system!
Stardew Valley is my jam right now, but it could get boring at times, and I don't really have much time for it now.
Elite Dangerous, only the best game ever. Too bad my friends won't play it with me because the controls are "too hard" to learn.
Lots of Star Trek Online and Borderlands 2/Pre-Sequel. Din's Legacy also, which is an indie RPG similar to Diablo. However, your character does not have a preset class, and instead mutates into a large variety of classes and gets random skills and effects. It can get very frustrating at times, but I have 112 hours in it for a reason.
Civilization V in my computer and Final Fantasy I in my cellphone.
Dragonball FighterZ: GT GOKU IS FIRE!
I am playing Evenicle on my PC right now.. Its such a good Turn-based RPG.
PES 2012, on PC
(yeah, I know.... blasphemy!)
never been a fan of sports games, but PES had the brilliant idea of introducing a single-player campaign.
not having to worry about controlling a whole team, made it more appealing.
I'm playing as space jesus, err I mean Commander Shepard again.
The mass effect games are a blast to play even years later, probably my favourite blend of rpg and third person shooter.
1 hasn't aged great though, all that inventory management is really tiring.
Not going to replay Andromeda though. In exchange of a minor gunplay improvement, and jumping, there's a downgrade in pretty much everything else IMO.
Also there's still people playing ME3 multiplayer in 2019, which surprises me.
Finally playing Kenshi after buying it around 2013, and it's the best thing ever if you like completely sandbox rpgs.
Been doing nothing but mining ore and carrying it to the city to sell while occasionally being beaten by bandits right before the city gates, while the guards watch. Its really fun somehow.
Playing Forza Horizon 4 lately. Its like they took Forza Motorsport, and made an open world RPG out of it while keeping the core Forza feel to it. Its pretty awesome IMO.
I play Pubg mobile. download at mobidescargar it's nice
Just looked up the game, it does look fun. Might get it once I have a new laptop, or if a sale goes xD
Right now I'm playing Zelda BOTW very slowly. Very cool game that i feel I'm gonna miss once i finish it (if that's even possible lol)
I'm also playing an indie game called Code Paradox, is not very known but i think it's pretty cool
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