Cried while watching Titanic
- Aug 7, 2007
(The Chinese man; not Bojan).
Also thanks for this, forgot to reply. Won’t make them a priority but will do them at some point!I didn't enjoy them.
The first one starts off ok but quickly gets annoying and repetitive. You rely on a camera for vision a lot but it has limited batteries which quickly run out. Then you spend ages in pitch black trying to find your way, and if a bad guy sees you, it's a one hit kill for him. There's a bit in a courtyard that nearly all in darkness and impossible to try figure where to go. I nearly gave up there.
Outlast 2 is a little more forgiving with the batteries and the game is more open plan so you can outrun bad guys easier. For these reasons, I preferred it. It wasn't amazing but I finished it faster than the first and enjoyed it a little more. It helped that I prefer cult stories over mental asylums.
How was watchdogs? Was it a big improvement on the previous two games?So far:
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot
Watch Dogs: Legion
And I finished Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch this year, but started, and did most of, it last year.
I never played the first. I’d put it about the same as 2 though, maybe just under. The idea of having multiple playable characters seems fun, but I found myself mainly sticking with two of mine. Beyond that addition, it was very much like the second in terms of the puzzles, stealth, and storyline.How was watchdogs? Was it a big improvement on the previous two games?
Thanks! might look into that.Finished Remnant earlier. A really wonderful game. I didn’t go into it expecting much but I’ve had so much fun with it. One you may like @Irwin99, essentially a souls-like game but with guns. Has its flaws of course but I just found the battle mechanics so much fun to work with.
Started the DLC so will finish that then will probably do another playthrough seeing as the worlds are randomly generated.
It's all about surviving that laser strike from Amon. If you survive that, it gets easier because the others just attack you one at a time.