Minecraft is a terrible application for this (it only works if you know ahead of time what the user will do) but it’s fascinating.
Dammit, I’m beginning to get into Overwatch. The random heroes mode is a godsend — gets rid of poorly balanced teams, and choice paralysis.
Something about the lighting in Naughty Dog’s engine uncanny valleys the shit out of Uncharted 4 (and The Last of Us) for me.
Ratchet & Clank is beautiful and enjoyable but I have zero urge to keep playing beyond “it’s still running from when I turned the PS4 off.”
Couldn’t Microsoft keep a few legacy servers online? It’s not like they run their own scalable cloud service. It’s nice that they’re giving (unspecified) store credit to customers, but that doesn’t compensate for those who sunk their time and creativity into it.
Games-as-a-service sucks ass.