Now what are you playing now 2: Limited Collectors Edition

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Re: Now what are you playing now 2: Limited Collectors Editi

Post by tattuchu » Wed Feb 28, 2018 6:29 pm

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Post by The Curious Squid » Mon Mar 05, 2018 11:28 pm

It is a handheld at the end of the day, just one with a relatively high end tablet processor in it. It won't get as many games and can't do graphics as well as the other consoles but the ones that do come out on it (especially first party) don't look terrible. Also the joycons work as wii remotes so i wouldn't count out Skyward Sword being released on it. However, i've heard it is a bit shit.
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Re: Now what are you playing now 2: Limited Collectors Edition

Post by Animavore » Tue Apr 24, 2018 6:53 pm

God of War. PS4.

Every now and then a game comes ali ng which raises all tyoes of new standards and causes ones jaw to drop in astonishment at its technical marvel.

This is that.



Almost certainly going to sweep up game awards in categories of graphics, sound design, score, direction and best game. One of the most amazing things about this is that the game, unless you die, is all done in one shot with no cuts, transitioning seamlessly from gameplay to set pieces. The game does a great job of making you feel like a powerful badass with combat inspired by the best game ever (that's Dark Souls). At a time when I'm looking at the half-finished games in my stack over the last year and I'm questioning whether I even like gaming any more, GoW has rekindled my love of gaming and I have every intention of finishing this to completion.

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