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10/2/19
2:33 AM
1

We are excited for Ring Fit around here. We still do tons of Dance Central on both the Xbox 360 and Xbox One and that is a fantastic work out, but it is nice to have something else to do. Read more

9/27/19
10:12 AM
1

I found a lot of the little items that I needed to finish quests, but I think I missed some of them along the way. I beat the game at like 97%, but I can’t figure out how to get that last three! I’ll probably have to restart it as well!

9/26/19
8:42 PM
2

I was playing on the Switch. I read that they just patched it, but there is no fix for players already stuck there. Basically if you beat the boss on the bottom portion of the screen, it would lock you in place while the screen kept scrolling, say you beat them, and then also say you died. You’d respawn in the boss Read more

9/26/19
1:01 PM
2

This is why I’m glad that there are sites like this one, giving people like you the chance to talk about the games they played. There are so many games released these days, that many good (and even great) ones can easily fly under the radar and not meet the success they rightfully deserve. Read more

9/26/19
12:35 PM
3

The last few weeks have been absurdly saturated with great games, especially for the Switch. Blasphemous, River City Girls (get it, it’s awesome), Astral Chain (amazing), DQ Builders 2, Ni No Kuni re-release, DQ XI this weekend, plus i just picked up Taiko no Tatsujin and Friends of Ringo Ishikawa (which is fantastic Read more

9/26/19
9:18 AM
3

Wester. Religions are a treasure trove for inspiration in the horror/action genre. Read more

9/26/19
9:00 AM
2

I recently beat it, and I agree! Outside of a really frustrating glitch while fighting the Tres Angustias boss that stalled my progress and forced me to restart my game, I had a great time playing it! I’ve been telling all my friends to pick it up because I had such a good time with that game!

9/26/19
8:13 AM
1

Religious horror is one of my nopes, so I think I'll pass on this one.

9/26/19
4:49 AM
1

I too am frequently baffled by Doom. It still feels amazing to play (the shotgun! The shotgun!) and it still looks great, if obviously a lot more pixelated than a newer game. Despite being, like, one of the first games I ever played, it’s aged far better than many of the slightly-newer games I’ve played, where the Read more

9/25/19
10:57 AM
1

Let’s be honest, you can’t vertical aim in Doom, the guns are just too heavy. 

9/18/19
12:59 PM
3

I enjoyed both games and it is one of the few times where I felt a sequel was an even better game than the original.

9/17/19
12:57 PM
3

Same age as you and I’m with you on this one. I’ve never felt old because of gaming and it’s shocking to me someone would be surprised to have the PS1 called Retro. The system is over twenty years old at this point. Gaming regularly reminds you of its heritage and age with anniversaries all over the place and the Read more

9/17/19
9:27 AM
2

I think the upside to the internet is that it connects us more than past generations were. If you’re a gamer and 36, you probably have significantly more in common with someone who’s 26, or even 16, as far as hobbies and pop culture knowledge go, than would have been normal 20 or 30 years ago.

Generations used to Read more

9/12/19
1:07 PM
490

I … I don’t understand...
- dude makes anti-Semitic jokes
- dude gets shit for it, rightfully
- dude says he’s going to donate to ADL as a way to take responsibility
- some idiots on the internet don’t like this
- he decides not to donate to them, as a way to... take responsibility??

I feel like I’m missing a piece of logic Read more

9/12/19
1:04 PM
352

So the next time this dude claims sincerity, we’re just supposed to buy it wholesale, right?

Real courage of your convictions there, Pewds.

9/12/19
10:25 AM
14

Black Hole Sun.... won’t you come...... won’t you cooooooome.