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  1. I was sure there was an FF thread somewhere, I looked, couldnt find it. Oh well. So here is one for all the FF nerds, I am massive one tbf Watched a long trailer for FF XII-2 today (had a bit of a trailer binge today, what with GTAV and Aliens aswell) and it looks pretty fantastic actually - although I am one of those who did enjoy FFXII immensely. The story appears to pick up literally where FFXII ended, and involves some sort of Chrono Cross-esque time travelling story line. Which could be spectacular. Some differing landscapes in different time periods were shown off, all looked l
  2. Its a shame this is almost certainly not telling the whole story about this.
  3. Deserves its own thread. 5 years after the original teaser CD Projekt Red return with another teaser hinting at them having made another truly special title. Thankfully the game had been shown behind closed doors at E3, with reactions coming out over the last day. It appears to be supremely ambitious, and has the potential to be outstanding if they can actually make it work. Eurogamer It seems everyone that saw this demo was blown away. It apparently was also genuine gameplay, it had the glitches and performance issues you'd expect of something still in development, and
  4. Life is Strange £3.99 on playstation store. It's erm, interesting, being a teenage girl in a computer game.
  5. Surprised there's been so little talk about this. Sure that E3 demo was... err... not good, but the game itself has had a better reception. It's quite good. It's **** miles from perfect, which we'll get to, but given the parade of shit that's had the Star Wars name stamped on it recently it's a triumph. It's a bit of a mongrel of Metroidvania and Souls gameplay tropes. You have a take on the usual Souls stuff - bonfires, somewhat punishing combat that relies on blocking and timing, together with a progression system that relies on using new skills to revisit areas and unlock new
  6. Gamescom is on at the moment and From Software's latest, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, had its first hands on gameplay demo. It looks great. It's clearly a cousin of the Souls series, with it's own take on the bonfire and estus system, and a take on the bullet system from Bloodborne. But it's also clearly a very different beast. It's not an RPG. There's a much heavier focus on stealth. Combat is more focused on guard breaking, with enemies having an overt poise meter that you 'break' by building up attacks against an enemy that then opens up an opportunity for a visc
  7. The worst named game in many a year is upon us. And it's not awful, apparently. Breath of the Wild lite x Assassin's Creed. It looks like mechanically it's pretty solid but err, your mileage may vary in everything else. I personally hate the way it looks and the 'humorous' presentation is marginally worse than cutting your bollocks off with a blunt hacksaw, and of course there's the big 'Ubisoft' elephant in the room, but it's surprisingly unshite if you can set that aside. Reeks of big discount in a few months mind.
  8. The team behind Arkham Origins has finally revealed their long rumoured Arkham series follow up. A Bat Family game. Ok. Cool. That's interesting. Nice. Oh. Oh no. There's lots of numbers. Co-op mentioned. Surely, surely they've not made it a GaaS loot em up...
  9. So this was rumoured heavily for ages, with talk being that Rocksteady's next game was going to be either a Superman game or a Justice League game initially, and then a couple of months ago the talk switched to it being a Suicide Squad game in the Destiny style - multiplayer and single player mash up loot game. Which would be disappointing. ...so guess what Rocksteady's been working on for 5 years?! ... Please be a single player game in the Arkham style. Please.
  10. EA's loot grind shooter, from Bioware, has its demo/beta come out today. It's painfully obviously chasing the Destiny/Warframe dollar, and seems more than a bit tired for it. Graphically it's nice looking and the art design is decent enough, but the game itself just seems so dull. If nothing else, the game will be relevant as it's Bioware, the guys behind Mass Effect, and knowing EA if this doesn't absolutely fly off the shelves you'd probably not be too foolish to bet on Bioware not making 2020...
  11. This came out today, there's barely any coverage of it, and what there is looks **** dreadful. I hope Bethesda chalk this up as a failed experiment and never speak of it again as soon as possible. I don't like the Fallout series, and never have, so I was never going to touch this, but making it into an MMO seems to have unsurprisingly made it even worse. I'm watching the Giantbomb QL live and it's... It's so bad. The world feels dead, despite there being enemies about, and the missions appear to be the worst of both Bethesda's 'radiant' quests and MMO hackneyed nonsense - kill 10 X,
  12. It's that time of year (and everyone is doing it )... What are your games of the year? No arbitrary limits on numbers, only requirement is it is a UK release in 2018. It's been a good year all in all. I'll need to think about mine a bit more but things that jump out straight away... Red Dead Redemption 2 God of War Spider-Man Octopath Traveller Dark Souls Remastered Tetris Effect
  13. Press Start Hmm. I dunno what to make of this. In some ways I can see this being real, in others there's things that don't quite seem right. WB making a major Harry Potter game isn't surprising. The licence has been fairly under utilised, with no major title released in years. WB could do with another franchise series - they've mostly had the Lego games keeping them going in the past couple of years or so with their major studios being quiet. Their last tentpole release was Middle-Earth: Shadow of War (which they **** up). Rocksteady haven't released anything in 3 years, Netherr
  14. Anyone got or thinking of getting the newly released Ashes Cricket game? Keen to know if it's worth the investment or if it's a steaming pile of dog turd.
  15. This is about a month away and given how great the first one was (despite blatantly being Assassin's Creed X Arkham Asylum) because of the Nemesis system, you'd expect more hype. As it is the game has had a massive marketing push online, barely a day goes by without a new trailer for some new feature on YouTube. So why no hype? For me, I think it is a combination of the series basically going to the next extreme of pissing all over the law (Shelob's a woman now, they've added a Mordor nature spirit, a second 'One' Ring...), which of course the first game also did but to a far lesser degr
  16. So MvCI is out. It's sold absolutely sod all. I'm not terribly good at 'Mahvel' and never have been, but the games always have such ludicrous over the topness they are usually fun even if you're shit at them. I dunno why, this one, so far, isn't fun. It plays weirdly. Movement has loads of weight so it feels like if you're not dashing you're not playing it right. It also has some obscene timing on combos - I had a crack at a training mission that requires you to use an infinity stone, do a basic combo and follow up with 2 specials with simple inputs. I can't do it. I'm not great
  17. Another year, another FIFA game. I wonder what delightful surprises they will have this year. What I'd love is for UT to be destroyed and never spoken of again, but I think that's quite unlikely. Does anyone have any wishlists for this game? Apparently, they are building FIFA17 on the Frostbite engine which could be quite interesting. Levelution in stadiums could be good, score 10 goals and call in a terror attack? In all seriousness, hopefully the Frostbite engine will be a big improvement on the Ignite engine which has been pretty terrible.
  18. Figured it was about time we had a Destiny thread. After the disappointment of playing Titanfall I'm really hoping this game can live up to the hype. Halo1, Halo2 and Halo3 were by far the best games created by Bungie. Halo weren't everyone's cup of tea, but personally, I loved them. So what do we know about Destiny? P3te stated it's a "it's a persistently online first person rpg". So how will it work? Do you and your buddies team up and go across a universe fighting other people? Or fighting AI? Or doing both?
  19. Haven't really looked into the Kickstarter stuff before, but I noticed that the Banjo Kazooie guys from Rare have started a Kickstarter to make a spiritual successor to BK. It broke the record for the fastest selling Kickstarter, gaining over £1m in pledges in under 1 day. Currently at over £1.25m at the moment. I've pledged £20 so I'll get the PS4 and Steam version. BK is one of my favourite games of all time so I just had to go for this! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/playtonic/yooka-laylee-a-3d-platformer-rare-vival
  20. ELF BUMMING SIMULATOR 3 aka Expected release date - 7th October 2014 I know there's another Dragon Age thread but it is old and yeah I wanted to make a new one for obvious reasons Hopefuilly a return to form after the enjoyable first and not so second game in the series. It will feature large open world environs unlike the previous two games (there's lots of 'skyrim-esque' references been around for years, since it was known simply as Dragon Age III) - fans of the series will be excited to know it will include Ferelden, Orlais, and
  21. Heads up for those interested, there's a demo available in the PS store at the moment. Plays brilliantly and massive improvements in graphics too.
  22. I've nearly finished Rise of the Tomb Raider. It really is a superb bit of gaming in my opinion. I think the story is great and is in real Indiana Jones territory. The structure of the world is just right, with linearity combined with big hub areas to explore, and to return to if you want. The combat is perfectly pitched with lots of variation, and the weapon availability and crafting is great. The climbing also feels spectacular and varied, but purposeful too. Each to their own and everything, but as I often say, how the latest Uncharted is considered better than this I just do
  23. Hi. I would like to hear your suggestions on the player ratings of our players in Fifa 17. Here are my suggestions. But before I start I want to say pls be a little bit realistic and not say Gabby 23 or Richards 44. So I rate our squad like this: GK - Bunn 69 GK - Gollini 68 GK - Steer 67 RB - Hutton 69 RB - De Laet 72 RB - Bacuna 70 CB - Chester 74 CB - Elphick 73 CB - Richards 73 CB - Baker 71 LB - Amavi 76 LB - Cissokho 71 CM - Westwood 72 CM - Jedinak 75 CM - Tshibola 68 CM - Lyden 64 CM - Gardne
  24. Just been announced that FIFA 16 will include 12 Women international teams. Edit: Reading more into it, the two genders won't be able to play each other and as the teams included are international, their wont be a career mode or ultimate team. Waiting to see what the reaction is first. http://www.polygon.com/2015/5/28/8673851/finally-ea-sports-fifa-games-will-feature-women-players
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