I recently got into Fallout Shelter, the game that Bethesda announced at E3. It's an addicting little mobile game! Best yet, I don't feel the need to buy anything, which is awesome. I am starting to wind down on it, as I've hit the ceiling of interesting things to do other than expand.
Was thinking about picking up the Capcom Humble Bundle but decided against it. I wouldn't mind modding Ultra SF4, but there's nothing all that interesting outside of modding it and I'd rather watch than play it.
Warner Bros is now offering refunds for Arkham Knight and saying there are problems they won't be able to fix. That's a damn shame because PC is my only platform now and I won't buy a shoddy game. What a travesty.
On the plus side I've been modding SF4 with some costumes, very fun.
Nice. I'm super torn about what to play right now. This gen went from nothing at all it seemed, to too many choices all at once.
The Halo MC collection is sooo good. They made Halo 1 & 2 look like Halo 4. It's nuts. Still have to play through H3, H4 and H5, then go back and finish Assassin's Creed Syndicate (which was pretty good), then play Tomb Raider and Fallout.
The drought is over and it's about time.
TrickyEmu, I am so stoked for the next ME. I know that this is supposed to be ALL new, like new ship, new galaxy and set way past the events of the first ME. I hope it still feels like ME. I am totally ready for a new story. tbh I was getting sick of the story from the first games. I think Bioware were sick of it too.
Been playing the heck out of Fallout 4. I like it way more than I have the past games. The others I could play for a while (say 40-60 hours) and then I'd get fatigued with it and stop. This feels like Skyrim. I could be playing this one for a while.
Blegh.....i hate this time of year. Too many games at once.
Just picked up skyrim, cause mods. Also, the RWBY game just came out on steam, then i got into the closed test for GRIP (which is a spiritual successor to the old PS1 Rollcage games), lightning returns is coming out on PC (hopefully they took this extra time to make a decent port for it) and then of course, theres the never ending flow of free updates from Dirty Bomb and TF2.
Non-stop, flooding all over the place. I bet Titan is dealing with it too.
Still banging away at Fallout 4. Pretty amazing to me how much replayability Bethesda packs into their games. I'm almost 100 hours in and I haven't finished the main quest, and I'm not all that serious about the settlement building stuff either. I'm waiting until Bethesda releases the official tools to install mods, though I might install some harmless ones once I'm done with this playthrough...which won't be anytime soon.
Well i tried to find some goofy mods for skyrim.....i couldnt really find that much. and the ones that i found, you actually have to go out and "hunt" it out. Like, theres some star wars speeder bikes, godzilla, sabre cats as nyan cats, skeletons that make trumpet foot steps, macho man as the dragon, and of course......a rideable office chair.
I kind of underestimated how big the game is....but still funny to hear "nyanyanyanyanyan" off in the distance. then getting mauled by a poptart. cat.
I've been playing a bit of the Uncharted 4 beta, and some Need for Speed. Actually I just finished one of the challenge series. Anyone playing NFS feels like their car just does whatever it does sometimes? That's been happening a lot to me.
Im currently playing The Legend of Zelda Wind waker HD. Its an absolutley amazing game so far, and it is my first Zelda game that im playing. Im also playing splatoon, and ive never beaten Final Fantasy X yet.
Was (finally) able to pick up GTA 5 for PC just recently, am now playing through that. Having an absolute ton of fun replaying a game I played last a couple years ago (and with many new features, too!)
Recently I completed the story mode for NFS 2015 and GTA IV. I´ve just watched the film "Django" and it has given me the "hype" enough to buy Red Dead Redemption and complete it. I´m also spending lots of hours in Gran Turismo 6 and Project CARS.
I'm starting to tire of Fallout 4 - I may put it aside for a while until the modding tools come out and tackle it later in the year. I love the game, but the replayability is hitting a limit at this point. I still have over 200 hours on it but I'm starting to fatigue on playing it.
I still have the Witcher 3 to get to, so that may be my next gaming project.
On a side note, I saw posted that WB has said that Mortal Kombat for PC is not getting the rest of the DLC. Screw WB and their crappy PC support.