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User Info: -5xad0w-

2 months ago#61
Just picked Kingdom Come: Deliverance back up.

Other than that, a bit of Siege with friends when we are all on.
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User Info: Dave_rawkzorz

2 months ago#62
Getting back into Jurassic World Evolution and AOE2 after not playing much of anything in the last month.
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User Info: MarceloSampaio

2 months ago#63
Blade-wolf posted...
tzuyd posted...
DQ11. Gameplay is great and puts everything SE ever said about making a proper FF in a HD setting to absolute shame, but god damn the writing is atrocious. Makes it really hard to keep pushing through (currently just passed the frozen kingdom and retrieved all orbs).

any quality of life improvements from 9?

-You can dash by holding R1;

-If you are mounted on your horse and the monsters in the map are at a lower level than you, you can run over them, killing them instantly (and getting a fraction of the exp);

-Optional Draconian mode can make the game harder. Ranges from slightly to A LOT harder depending on the settings;

-This is a cosmetic change, but you can move around in combat while your turn is up. It changes nothing to the gameplay, but I find it more interesting to see the group scattered around the enemy, for example. Just an eye candy though, and CAN be disabled.

On the other hand, you can't create a character anymore. I miss that from DQ9.
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User Info: ParadiseRegaind

2 months ago#64
World of Warcraft exclusively at the moment. I was in the middle of the Legion expansion when my son was born 2.5 years ago. I had to walk away for two years while I transitioned to being a parent and all. I just came back about 2-3 months ago and I put the exp cap on my character and I've been working my way through everything I missed, at level. I'm in the final area now, so once I wrap up I can re-enable experience and begin the Battle for Azeroth content.

User Info: good_tobi

2 months ago#65
Diablo 3.
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User Info: Chaos_Missile

2 months ago#66
You mean aside from Phone games?

CSGO for something short and quick.
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Beat Grim Dawn: Ashes of Malmouth early last month. So just training up my other alts before getting Forgotten Gods, maybe by year end.
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User Info: tzuyd

2 months ago#67
Blade-wolf posted...
any quality of life improvements from 9?

Don't know, I only played 8 since it was the last single player mainstream DQ released on a proper console. Assuming that's what you meant, then it's pretty much the same. You can assign roles to each party member so you don't have to manually select anything yourself and have the game play by itself if you want. There is the ability to move your characters around the field during the turn based battles, but I switched that off *shrug* It isn't game over if the main character dies (and the main character will be returned to 1 HP if a battle finishes while he's dead). You still have the ability to go through a party wipe and not lose any experience, though it's explained poorly (you don't get returned to church, you have to reload your save and it simply penalises your gold and remembers everything else).

The only gameplay differences I've noticed

- There don't appear to be any super tough overworld enemies - there are tougher versions of enemies that can appear randomly alongside regular enemies but I've only ever encountered one and that was quest related.
- There's a horse racing minigame which is very straight forward at its first/beginner levels (haven't unlocked more)
- Gambling is much, MUCH easier to make a profit and buy the most expensive stuff without save scumming very much, but you can't exchange casino coins back into regular currency.

That's about it.
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User Info: Ultimate_Noob

2 months ago#68
@videogames1 Are you doing anything special with the initial squad build? I've really wanted to jump back into Wasteland 2 too, but my current playthrough's setup just wasn't really doing much for me.
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2 months ago#69
Ultimate_Noob posted...
@videogames1 Are you doing anything special with the initial squad build? I've really wanted to jump back into Wasteland 2 too, but my current playthrough's setup just wasn't really doing much for me.

Not really, other than picking up the skills I neglected on my last playthrough.


2 months ago#70
Borderlands GOTY edition
Xenoblade Chronicles 2
Metro Exodus
the polyfilla way look strong in the weakness of the gaps
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