Should I Buy This Game?
I’ve never played an Assassin’s Creed game before, but interested because they’re currently on sale. I’ve always liked vikings and Norse mythology, so Valhalla seems like an obvious choice, but it doesn’t seem well ranked compared to other entries when I was looking up reviews. I hear Odyssey and Origins is the best, but I’m kinda “eh” on the old Rome and Egypt themes.
It's deluxe edition is currently on sale for $22 dollars on the playstation store. I mainly play games on my PS4. I have a laptop but it's not really made for gaming.
I've played through most of the classic games except for sonic CD and Sonic and knuckles. This is because I used to have the sonic ultimate genesis collection. Which let you play sonic 3, sonic and knuckles, but NOT sonic 3&k. So I've only managed to beat sonic 3. So my main reason to buy this is to play Sonic 3&k the proper way and to try out Sonic CD. But I would love to try out all the classic games again because it's been years since I've played them. Would love to know what you guys think.
I’m a pretty avid gamer but I’ve never played a racing game. Recently racing games have caught my interest and I’ve been looking into them. The customization is a huge draw for me and ofc I would like good driving. I’ve heard a lot of good things about NFS Heat and was wondering if that’s a good starter racing game
I love trophy hunting and am looking for a new game to play that will scratch this itch. Not ones that are insanely hard to collect them all, but are fun and still challenging enough.
The only games I've platinumed are both Spider-man and both Horizon games.
I tend to go for open world games like Horizon, Fallout, Witcher - but I'm open to other genres as well. Ideally single player.
So let me know which game(s) you had the most fun with collecting trophies. Thanks!
i really enjoyed playing games such as assassin's creed IV also i'm a lot into pirate things and i generally like playing adventure/rpg games. altough this one seemed like a managerial ships game and they don't really fit me. i just want to know if it will bring me fun from an adventure or it will bore me with numbers and words.
I've been wanting to play an open world game with a realistic, immersive and beautiful game world like RDR2 was. I got a bit burnt out with playing fast paced action games and I want something slower. Metro Exodus and Death Stranding seem like a good pick to me. Metro Exodus looks fairly realistic and immersive to me. Looks a bit similar to Stalker games but I don't know, haven't played any of them. Death Stranding on the other hand, I can't say they game is realistic but the game world looks gorgeous and immersive. Is there any other recommendations?
Im a big fan of old school rpg games (Skyrim, Witcher 3, etc)
And Kingdoms of Amalur has been on my radar for a while but Im not entirely sold on it yet.
I love RPGS that have good sidequests, main story doesnt matter too much. I love owning houses, horses and stuff that make a game feel like a simulation game. And obviously a half decent combat helps So,
What is KOA like? How good are the sidequests? How good is the open world? How good are the RPG/Simulation elements? What makes it stand out?