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Discussion in 'General Gaming and Hardware Forum' started by TorontoReign, Sep 17, 2022.
Like that. Do that. K?
This out for PS5, but I'm waiting for the PC release. Playstation.com still says "Coming soon to PC."
This has me pretty hyped but I might have to wait for the port.
Terra Invicta will be released in Early Access in less than two weeks.
Oh, we are gonna have some fun.
Feels too western and bible thumpy. Maybe I'll be surprised though.
Apparently set in fantasy Argentina.
STALKER 2 if it's any good.
While STALKER isn't really "Russian Fallout" it's got great atmosphere and a fun universe to get into. The community is pretty damn strong too as they keep on and on with making mods. Of recent fame is Anomaly and even more recently the Gamma mod megapack for Anomaly but it's not a true STALKER experience but it's still fun and fairly customizable.
So what I'm saying is, if you like FPS games and post-apocalyptic vibes why the hell haven't you shit your pants in any STALKER game yet? GEEZ
Cultic is something I'm also anticipating. Bioshock 4 is something I want to see but not something I'm bent on buying. Not after Infinite. If it looks good or is good, that'll change my mind obviously. And let's pray that VTMB2 isn't going to just become abandonware or be shit either.
Riven, the sequel to Myst, is getting an official 3D remake by the original developers, Cyan. Riven was released the same year as Fallout.
I am not "back." This is big news to me and I can keep it to myself. Thought some of you might appreciate this development. Bye.
That could be pretty neat.
The question is, what to do about the water? Will they leave it be the same (a quirk of the imagined world—because of a tech limitation of the time, or will they make the water behave like water in the remake; most notably in the underwater transit areas, but also everywhere you see surface water? (In the original, it behaved almost a resin gel.)
Im waiting for Sonic Frontiers, looks pretty fun
Mostly non-RPG and mostly SF in spaaaace - don't know if these games are fit for NMA.
There are some new & upcoming games with serious potential.
Publisher Hooded Horse is in some sort of SF offensive.
Played couple of hours of Terra Invicta EA, so far it is more political simulator than Space managament.
Falinng Frontier is just... damn it!
This looks like Crusader kings in spaaace, so it is at least one part RPG
Nebulous is tactical simulation of spaceship squadrons, similar to Expanse in apporach to physics.
it is seriously polished in EA already.
But other publishers are also putting space games all over the place.
Star Valor is there to scratch that Space Rangers itch.
Homeworld 3 is also in works.
Sins of Solar Empire 3 is finally happening
Stellar Tactics is still in heavy development - and it is tacticool RPG
StarSector is still in beta after 10 years of development, but it has more content than couple of average AAA games and its modding scene second only to Bethesdas.
The Last of Us Part 1 finally got a release date for PC; March 3rd. It's now available to pre-order on Steam.
That is all.
Haven't played an Armored Core since a random ps2 demo when I was a kid. It'll be neat to see how they handle this. Imagine if this causes renewed interest in mech games and we get a Zone of Enders reboot.
Never played a Diablo but I'll try 4 when it comes out. Hopefully it isn't to grindy.
It still holds up quite well today. The GoG version comes with the Hellfire expansion pack made by Sierra; the only non-Blizzard Diablo title.
When Diablo released, the execs at Interplay asked the team working on Fallout if they could make Fallout use real-time combat instead of turn based; imposed on them to do feasibility studies.
True story: When I first played the Diablo-Spawn, I was impressed by it, but decided it wasn't a game that I would ever buy. Weeks or months later when I did buy it, and played it deep into the depths below the Tristram church yard, I was irked that I hadn't bought it on the spot the first day when I played the Spawn (demo).