Well, I finally got tired of The Outer Worlds and started playing Tomb Raider (wich is, in fact, my very first tomb raider saga game ever!) So far it's very nice: the exploring part, upgrading my survival tools and the "platform" approach of the game. I also intend to play the other two games after this one (Rise & Shadow). Is there any advice for me?
I really liked the entire TR reboot series (my first TR games ever too, though a few years back now), so hopefully you will too And The Outer Worlds was fun!Well, I finally got tired of The Outer Worlds and started playing Tomb Raider (wich is, in fact, my very first tomb raider saga game ever!) So far it's very nice: the exploring part, upgrading my survival tools and the "platform" approach of the game. I also intend to play the other two games after this one (Rise & Shadow). Is there any advice for me?
I enjoyed Fallen Order too, or as I call it "Star Wars: Metroid Souls" (not that I've ever played a Dark Souls-like. I think Fallen Order is about as much as I can handle). I played the GameBoy Advanced Metroid games (Fusion and Zero Mission) and got a taste for the genre, as much as I need guides and things to help me. I definitely needed those guides when playing Fallen Order. It had that classic "Metroidvania" feeling of progressively leveling-up and opening new places to explore. It did sort of feel like the maps had two levels of difficulty: painfully linear and five-dimensional confusing. But, I chalked it up to part of the fun of classic 2D Metroid secret passageways being realized in 3D.If you like that style game you might also like the Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order. The story is pretty strong, though I found it had WAY too much platforming. Then again, my personal play style is more Force Unleashed.
That's going to be great, wow! Certainly a lot more excited about that than any Diablo 4, given how boring Diablo 3 was.
Let's all hope so. D3 was such a let-down. I mean, I was something like 12 when I first played it, but even taking into account the rose-tinted glasses of naïve youth, D3 was dull as a brick. I literally don't think I died a single time during my (only) playthrough, and by a few hours in I had so much health regen that I could just wade into any horde of enemies and spam my primary attack and just walk out afterwards with full health. And the brilliant lore from D2 was ... nowhere to be found. Charmless and boring, that's a double whammy of let-down.What has been revealed on Diablo 4 is that it is much more related to Diablo 2 than Diablo 3.
Red Dead Redemption 2 - I hope finishing it during Christmas
I finished the last DLC of Control (AWE) some days ago
I was thinking to buy Death Stranding but Cyberpunk 2077 bombed out my gaming plans.
I have played through several of the Wolfensteins and they are hard, fun but you have to work for it.Yesterday restarted to continue my gameplay of Wolfenstein 2. Rested for 6 months and I am getting rusty. It does not help as I am currently stuck in the famous Courtroom scene. Will probably have to die a dozen more times before figuring out a way. Or maybe I will chicken out and lower the difficulty level to just get pass this scene. I am getting old and it is perhaps about time to change my playing style.