So far this year I have completed several games. I beat The Ascent, Cyberpunk 2077, Diablo II Resurrected, Inside, A Plague Tale: Innocence, Spider-Man Remastered, Doom, Ghost Runner, and Metro 2033. I just bought A Plague Tale: Requiem, because the first game was awesome. Based on the games I have played this year what do you think I should play after the new A Plague Tale game?
I think I might try the Ori series. Just something to relax and do some platforming.
Finished Farcry 6, Horizon Zero Dawn and some others this year
Hoping for Horizon Forbidden West for PC
Crysis 4 though I wasn't so impressed with previous ones
The next Tomb Raider
I just noticed that Epic gave me the whole recent Tomb Raider trilogy. I might give that a shot.
This looks amazing. I like the art style a lot. I'll have to wishlist this for sure.
I have heard about Hunt: Showdown. What is the basic premise?
Great video that explains Hunt:Showdown way better than I ever could
That seems intense. I will definitely give it a try if it goes on a decent sale.
If you haven't tried A Plague Tale: Innocence, you should. It is awesome.
Because of Halloween, I started a Resident Evil kick. I beat RE 8 the week of Halloween (I honestly was a big fan of it even though I know some people had their personal opinions about it), and I'm getting through the Resident Evil 2 remake now. I just got through Leon's story and am playing through Claires. After this, I'll jump into the RE 3 Remake.
These were games I missed out on because I was too chicken as a kid 😂, so it's great to go back now and have a lot of fun and jumps with them.
Once I beat 2 and 3, I may try getting back into RE 7. That one scared the pants off me though the first time I tried playing it on release... so hopefully I'll be braver this time around 🤣
I was too scared to play them as a kid too. I remember the one with the president's daughter, and the one based in what I think was Africa but I don't think I played those until I was late in my teens. I was a wuss about horror games. I still kind of am. I have quite a few games that Epic gave me for the free game every week and I haven't touched them. I might make a list of what I have and see what people suggest. I have over 100 games on Epic that I never touched because I only ever used the Epic launcher for Fortnite and Civilization.
Hollow Knight is on my Steam wishlist for sure.
So, I did it. I made a list of all the games I have been given on Epic. Here it is. I should probably play some of these before I throw money at more games. LOL
3 out of 10: Season 2
A GoT the Board Game
Amnesia the Dark Descent
Bioshock 2 Remastered
Bioshock Infinite Complete Edition
Borderlands the Presequel
Car Mechanic Simulator 2018
City of Brass
Cook, Serve, Delicious 3
Creature In the Well
Dandara Trials of Fear Edition
Darq Complete Edition
Dead By Daylight
Defense Grid: the Awakening
Delores: A Thimbleweed Park mini Adventure
Deponia the Complete Journey
Enter the Gungeon
Evoland Legendary Edition
Fallout 3: Game of The Year Edition
Football Manager 2022
For the King
Galactic Civilizations 3
Geneforge 1: Mutagen
Guild of Dungeoneering
Hand of Fate 2
Hell Is Other Demons
Hood Outlaws and Legends
Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms
In Sound Mind
Into the Breach
Iratus Lord of The Dead
Jurassic World Evolution
Just Cause 4
Just Die Already
Ken Follett's The Pillars of The Earth
Kid Amnesia Exhibition
Killing Floor 2
Lawn Mowing Simulator
Mages of Mystralia
Metro 2033 Redux
Metro Last Light Redux
My Time in Portia
NBA 2K 21
Next Up Hero
Night In the Woods
New'n'Tasty! Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee
PC Building Simulator 2
Pillars of Eternity Definitive Edition
Remnant From the Ashes
Ring of Pain
Rise of The Tomb Raider 20 Year Celebration
Rising Storm 2: Vietnam
Saints Row the Third Remastered
Samurai Showdown Neogeo Collection
Shadow of the Tomb Raider Definitive Edition
Spirit of the North
Star Wars Battlefront 2 Complete Edition
Stranger Things 3 The Game
Submerged Hidden Depths
Superbrothers Sword & Sworcery EP
Tales of the Neon Sea
The Alto Collection
The Drone Racing League Simulator
The Escapists 2
The First Tree
The Lion's Song
The Long Dark
theHunter: Call of the Wild
Tiny Tina's Assault On Dragon Keep: A Wonderland's One-shot Adventure
ToeJam & Earl Back in the Groove!
Total War Warhammer
Video Horror Society
Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus
Where the Water Tastes Like Wine
While True: Learn()
Wolfenstein the New Order
Wonderboy the Dragons Trap
Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair
Well... guess you have to start at the top! 😂
My favorites off this list: Alien Isolation, Amnesia the Dark Descent, Bioshock Infinite, Control, Maneater, Rocket League, and Torchlight 2.
This looks sick.
I played " outer worlds " on Xbox pass not too long ago before I canceled, it was a great storyline, quad playthrough to get each of the 3 main story paths + 1 to figure out what they are.
How do you all feel about Sonic: Frontiers? Has anyone played it yet?
If you have ever been to New York Spiderman remastered is a kick. the empire state building observatory is eerily similar to real life as is most of the city. I like Assassins' creed games for the same reason(maps true to places). Hades is good.
"Metal Hellsinger" is good ...like doom and beatsaber had a gnarly uncle with Motorhead stickers and a checkered past. made me giddy for about 45 minutes anyway. kinda short game but fun.
I beat Spider-Man Remastered recently. It was awesome. I have Metal Hellsinger in my wishlist. It looks brutal.
no ones said Red Dead Redemption 2. That might be the greatest story ever told in media and I read Chaucer at 12. The game plays like grand theft auto in the west but the story is platinum, it is amazing. Grand theft horse. One of those stories you find part of who you want to be with, And the talent in voiceover is outa this world. Red dead redemption 2 is "SOOO good right" according to Satan in Southpark...no Joke they mention how good it is in "super cereal" with ManBearPig. When even southpark says it's awesome....