I just recently got the Platinum for this on PS4 like two weeks ago and I can’t stop singing this game’s praises. When the game revealed that choices any character makes affects others, I was very much in. I feel like this should be a thing in VNs that have multiple protagonists, but the only other games that do…
The Destiny one I can kinda explain: Destiny doesn’t update until around noon-ish (assist for your timezone) in North America, to try update just after the daily/weekly reset. As you’ve noted, the PS4 usually does it’s auto-update in the early morning. The two usually won’t line up on day of, unless you live in a…
The implication in Endgame, though, is that the entire team pretty much went their separate ways after killing Thanos. Thor probably went to help establish New Asgard, then shut himself in. I'm not entirely sure Thor and Steve would have interacted at all until the others bring him back.
I’ve already replied this exact comment to somebody else, but I feel it needs repeating as it’s own comment:
It’s entirely likely that the game itself isn’t actually 100-ish GBs on PS4, but needs that much free space instead, because of how the PS4 downloads stuff. I don’t know exactly how it works, but I’m under the…
It’s entirely likely that the game itself isn’t actually 100-ish GBs on PS4, but needs that much free space instead, because of how the PS4 downloads stuff. I don’t know exactly how it works, but I’m under the (probably not entirely accurate) assumption that it downloads the game, then unpacks it, then cleans up the…
Wargroove might be a very good strategy game, but an opinion I’ve held ever since Chucklefish revealed it is that Wargroove is a very bad name for this game. (Please actually feel free to disagree with me, it’s just an opinion)
Holy shit. I know I'm never getting that Legacy of Goku trilogy remake, so this will have to do.
I really liked the gameplay, but I got absurdly bored with the plot about 2/3rds of the way through. The boss fights near the end were pretty rad in my books.
I’ve got my anxiety mostly under control, it’s just a few combinations of noises that induce it. The album has an 19 minute song halfway through that is pretty much just noise and it unsettles me enough to make me stop listening.
But seriously, I try about once a year and I still haven’t finished it yet. Maybe next year will be the year I get through it
This is probably the album that I want to get through, but I have the hardest time with listening. I get kinda crazy anxiety partway through and have to stop and can’t continue. One day I’ll be able to power through it. One day.
I have a Google calendar alert set for mine, I still have until April, I think.
The PS3 instruments just require that you plug in the wireless dongle that it came with into the PS4 and it’ll work as a controller.
I wound up buying the 7.1 Chroma Krakens, and I had them for about a year until the mic started to act up (my fault, not Razer’s) I then picked up a Plantronics RIG headset (I couldn’t tell you what model it is specifically), and it too has 7.1, although it’s through a Dolby USB passthrough. It’s completely modular,…
Wait, what? An AC game without credits that take 8 years at the end of the game?
It’s already come up, the short answer is: they don’t.
It eventually funnels you at certain points into most of the main missions. Everything you do increases your resistance levels, and once you hit specific resistance levels in a region, scripted events will occur that lead you into a main mission.
In solo/co-op, you should be able to pick your first level, and when you die/finish it, you either have the option to keep playing random levels or exit to Arcade and pick a new one
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You did it! I’m very proud of you!