Nice I never got around to play the first two AoE beyond their starting missions, plus I really enjoyed AoE 3 back in the day (especially the asian expansion pack), so I'm looking forward to eventually play the remakes. And, of course, I'm eager to see what they have in store for AoE 4.Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition is coming in less then 24h, and also in less then 24h we'll get to see Age of Empires 4!
I'm thinking about this one. (Shame drips from his skin. Tries to hide the numerous unplayed games in his library.) Really wasn't expecting it to look that good.Finished Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order the other day. Really liked it! Not perfect, but a lovely SW action-adventure game, with some RPG elements sprinkled in.
Haha, I feel you there. My backlog gets larger by the day. The gameplay is sort of like a mix of Soulsborne-esque games, meets Uncharted. There was much more platforming than I expected, but it wasn't poorly implemented at all. The story and characters are quite good though. If you're a Star Wars fan, I think you'll enjoy it!I'm thinking about this one. (Shame drips from his skin. Tries to hide the numerous unplayed games in his library.) Really wasn't expecting it to look that good.
I think it'd be pretty cool! They definitely have a knack for games with that kind of tone. I imagine something like Space Marine, in full blown RPG form. Would definitely love to see that some day... One can dream!Has anyone ever thought about CDPR doing a game based in the Warhammer 40k universe? It seems right up their story telling alley. A universe with no clear cut good guys, super dark and gritty. A huge, beautiful and stupid gritty universe with limitless storytelling potential that really has not been touched much at all by the AAA RPG industry. The only big name games recently have been Dawn of War 3 and Space Marine. Neither of which were a big hit. I would play the shit out of a story driven 40k game.
True indeed. The idea is a fun one, but really little more than a pipe dream in all likelihood.Love the Warhammer 40K thing, but it's a very expensive license. Plus, I have a few friends that are possibly bigger geeks than I am. They're in good with one of the local game and hobby stores that stopped carrying Games Workshop stuff. Guess the company started getting a little pushy. Demanding that a minimum of 60% of their shelf space was dedicated to Warhammer. Being such a small store, it was simply too restrictive. GW responded by pulling their license.
It's that sort of partnership that can create a lot of headaches. Might be worth considering for the future, but I'm not sure the climate is that sunny at the moment.
Glad I held off on picking up RDR2 for PC. Hope they fix it up.Bailing on RDR2 for now so RS can patch their mess. GTA5 is a far more polished port. Might even upgrade to a new card anyway and it'd be nice to play it at higher settings. It's a wonderful clunky as hell game highlighting how good RS is at map design, and how shit they are at UI and character/item interaction. What takes one key press in a capable RPG takes 3 key presses in RDR2. It's the most inefficient UI design I've seen in a AAA title. Same goes with the numerous menus. It's like they have no interest at all in improving in this area
I'm excited about this and hope it's the first step towards HL3.
I’m not interested in VR, at least not yet, but I’m glad that Valve hasn’t completely forgotten about Half-Life