Returnal looks so good. I don't have a PS5 yet, but when I'm going to be able to buy one, I'll definitely going to check it out. That and also Final Fantasy VII Remake - Intergrade.Returnal and Loop Hero.
God damn, Returnal is just so good. You really feel like a bad ass when you clear the room with no damage taken. The story and ambient too. They completely nailed it. (Loop Hero also, such a great chill and unique game).
The 80 euros on Returnal made me postpone RE8 for now (tried the demos).
Returnal looks so good. I don't have a PS5 yet, but when I'm going to be able to buy one, I'll definitely going to check it out. That and also Final Fantasy VII remake - Intergrade.
I definitely agree!The PS5 version of FFVII remake is my June game hehe not going to spend 2 much money on gamming next month.
Played it for 14 hours on Ps4 (when it launched last year), but then decided to wait for the PS5 version.
As for Returnal, yes it's a must play. In a way, it kinda is the first next Gen game as it takes full advantage of PS5 capabilities. The way they integrated the extremely fast load times with the game itself, really makes a big difference on the game! It's one of those things that when you think about it you go like.. Meh whatever, but when you see it in motion.. You really notice the diference as everything is instantaneous (cut scenes, change in perspectives, levels, die and return, etc) it's really really cool.
Hope you can get yours soon mate, there's alot to enjoy on this console
You may be exaggerating a bitA true RPG. Made by Obsidian. It feels a bit like Fallout from Bethesda but in all the good ways. It's not a sandbox by any means, it's a true RPG experience.
The Outter Worlds looks great! It is in my wishlist on Steam and I'm definitively going to check it out!View attachment 11217958
A true RPG. Made by Obsidian. It feels a bit like Fallout from Bethesda but in all the good ways. It's not a sandbox by any means, it's a true RPG experience. You have an actual influence over what happens in the game world. Dialogues feel like actual conversations. Character progression is simple but feels meaningful. You have companions and those companions give you their own quests, you can know them better over time, they can also influence conversations and add their skills to yours when you're performing actions like hacking and lockpicking. They have their own special abilities that you can use during combat.
The game is relatively low budget and the areas feel cramped, almost suffocating. But it's really well put together. I encountered no glitches whatsoever. No blinking textures, no broken quests, no weird AI glitches, no characters and objects clipping through other objects. The game really feels like a virtual world. The overall graphics style and aesthetics helps a lot too. It's one of those games that will age really well with time.
The game takes place somewhere in 24th century in a star system colonised by a bunch of corporations. You are something like a freelancer, making your living by working for multiple factions in the game, but you have a story campaing of your own and multiple gigs you do in the game are just that- side missions.
I absolutely recommend the game if you want to play an actual RPG this time around. But keep in mind, it has multiple payed story DLCs, be sure you buy yourself the full package!