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Old 26-12-15, 06:50   #11
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I bought Middle earth shadow of mordor game of the year edition, and Sunset overdrive but I didnīt like any of them which sucked since they were expensive.

I remeber the last game I didnīt completed was Evil Within DLC The Excutioner. I like the other two Evil Within DLC but not that one.

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Old 26-12-15, 07:15   #12
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Fable 2. It's been pleasant, but comparing that game to Fallout 4 and Assassin's Creed Syndicate... I think Fable's gonna have to wait for quite some time
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Old 26-12-15, 09:29   #13
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The Witcher 3, I played about 4 hours of it and got bored.
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Old 26-12-15, 11:31   #14
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Final Fantasy XIII-2, good game but near the end it just got old quick, the ending boss battle did my head in.
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Old 26-12-15, 11:39   #15
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Fallout 4.

I aim to go back to it after it's been patched, and after the creation kit has been out for a while.
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Old 26-12-15, 13:10   #16
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Bloodborne. I found it a little unfair and the learning curve was fairly steep vis a vis the controls for me. I have never in my life had to use a shoulder button to swing an axe. Very un-intuitive for me. The lack of a controls map was very annoying.

I did have fun watching Douglas beat the game though. I keep telling him we should have our own let's play show and call it "Parental Supervision."
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Old 26-12-15, 13:14   #17
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Thief 3. I started it, and after 10 minutes I lost interest, as with every other Thief game. God damn it. I started the first Thief when I was 14 and I still haven't made it past third level. Talk about slacking.
I like what the game represents. It's a thieving simulator where you have to be very careful and observe your surroundings. But I guess it's just not my type of game. I love games where stealth is optional, but when I'm restricted to stealth only it's a big turn off.
In practice I get horribly restless when I have to watch which candle I should extinguish to get tactical advantage and where the guards patrol and what turns they take. I wish I could just clobber them all to death and be done with it.
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Old 26-12-15, 13:36   #18
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Final Fantasy XIII-2, good game but near the end it just got old quick, the ending boss battle did my head in.
Really? I loved that boss battle, it was so intense and fun, not to mention pretty easy once I got the strategy down. Iirc I beat him on my third try (but then again, I spent a few hours grinding until I maxed out both Noel and Serah).

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Bloodborne. I found it a little unfair and the learning curve was fairly steep vis a vis the controls for me. I have never in my life had to use a shoulder button to swing an axe. Very un-intuitive for me. The lack of a controls map was very annoying.

I did have fun watching Douglas beat the game though. I keep telling him we should have our own let's play show and call it "Parental Supervision."
I didn't play the game, but isn't it supposed to be very hard because it was developed by the same people who made Dark Souls? They basically throw you in and go "Okay, good luck, try to not die".

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Thief 3. I started it, and after 10 minutes I lost interest, as with every other Thief game. God damn it. I started the first Thief when I was 14 and I still haven't made it past third level. Talk about slacking.
I like what the game represents. It's a thieving simulator where you have to be very careful and observe your surroundings. But I guess it's just not my type of game. I love games where stealth is optional, but when I'm restricted to stealth only it's a big turn off.
In practice I get horribly restless when I have to watch which candle I should extinguish to get tactical advantage and where the guards patrol and what turns they take. I wish I could just clobber them all to death and be done with it.
This actually sounds really fun cause I love observing and figuring out a strategy.
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Old 26-12-15, 13:37   #19
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Really? I loved that boss battle it was so intense and fun, not to mention pretty easy once I got the strategy down.
Yeah, even maxed out most of the skills and just got bored of it. Just watched the ending online and went right into lightning returns, thankfully the battle system is a bit better in this one.
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Yeah, even maxed out most of the skills and just got bored of it. Just watched the ending online and went right into lightning returns, thankfully the battle system is a bit better in this one.
Good luck with the final boss in LR. Idk, maybe I was underleveled or smth, but after about 20 failed attempts I rage-quit and only continued playing after a month... then I easily beat it cause I changed my setup and finally realized that saving EP and overclocking was key to successfully staggering the last form.
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