Talking about Far Cry Primal...I just had to go off and start it all over again. Loving my new best mate, the sabretooth tiger
Man, I'm going to need ot replay that one as well, once I get un-hooked from Odyssey. I loved Primal. I never really "felt" the main line of Far Cry games, but Primal was fun. And the pet mechanic there is awesome. I was so disappointed that in Odyssey you only can tame animals temporarily.Talking about Far Cry Primal...I just had to go off and start it all over again. Loving my new best mate, the sabretooth tiger
I like the megasloth. You can even train it to haul, and it gives a lot of wool.Rimworld looks interesting, but killer bunnies and llamas?
I spent one whole summer playing the RG. Such a gem of a game. Not really an open world or something one would spend the time on after finishing the story, but the story itself is fun and grinding through the ships feels great and the whole broadsiding system is genius!Played through Rebel Galaxy since it was given away for free on Epic's store. Good fun, but once you run out of campaign there's nothing left worth doing. But broadside-based combat is really satisfying.
I'm into the battletech and mech warrior myself.Just because I jumped the Battletech / Mechwarrior hypetrain:
Has anyone here been playing MechWarrior: Living Legends? Seems to be a pretty awesome indy-title and maybe way better them MechWarrior online and also free, like really free, pure fan-product.
Installed it and it works, graphics are lookin pretty old, idk maybe there are player on at primetime.
Edit: I had a good time with this game and its community yesterday. It's not easy to learn. What's good imho, there is no artificial skill-tree or such, it all comes down to personal tactics and skills. I liked it.
I have had somewhat forgotten about battletech. I used to play a littel bit of the tabletop ages ago, played Mechwarrior 2 and "The Crescend Hawks revenge" back in the 90s and read some of the books back then.I'm into the battletech and mech warrior myself.
400 some weeks into my latest modded Battletech campaign, only half way thru.
Mech Warrior 4, Mercs, and Black Knight reinstalled for another play thru.
Did the MW online thing a hundred years ago.
I stay away from mmo's anymore.
One of my all-time favorite franchises, I'm actually doing a re-run myself of X-Com 2.Bought xcom2. I played the xcom demo, never liked it, but 2 seems ok. Have no idea what I'm doing. Ran through the tutorial, not sure I'm going to enjoy the game.
XCOM 2 War of the Chosen DLC, (much like Enemy Within DLC for XCOM 1) can be shortly defined as "XCOM 2 with loads more good stuff in it". I couldn't go back to vanilla now. But being absolutely honest, vanilla XCOM 2 is a great game on it's own, the DLC only makes it even better.Vanilla Xcom 2 is another game sitting in my library unplayed. How much do the dlc add to the enjoyment of it?