I thought No Man’s Sky would be a good podcast game but it might be a bad fit — it’s more zen meditation than mindless distraction.
I love how recruitment in No Man’s Sky simply decides to ignore the old “learn alien languages one word at a time” mechanic ¯\(ツ)/¯
To celebrate TGA nominations Dishonored is finally 40€ on Steam — meanwhile Eve Valkyrie, included in the list, remains at 60€ 😂
How I wish I could have positive expectations about the writing.
I’ve installed ≈40 games on my new PC but I’m still playing Fallout 4 on PS4 because I’m unable to leave a game in the middle of its story.
Oooh that looks nice.
Oh, apparently it’s out now, so let’s just hope people quickly write many blog posts about the strengths and failings of creative mode.
I don’t expect it’s gonna get reviews before the end of the current Steam sale, is it?
How incompetent is the Brotherhood of Steel that they keep crashing choppers in every single area of the Commonwealth?
TIS-100 is excellent but I can’t shake the feeling that I’m doing unpaid client work.
Not sure what to do about Fallout 4, though. I want to finish the story but ugh playing it on PS4 but ugh starting over.
It’s great that I can play Spintires with full visuals, but… I’m considering buying The Division on sale just to have something pretty.
I have yet to find a single game in my Steam library that gives my 1070 the slightest workout in 1080p.
As it happens, the Rift is properly available on Amazon France and the Vive isn’t.
I keep forgetting that Fallout 4 is a Bioware game so the companions are supposed to be completely useless.
Amazon is sending me one PC component a day like so many severed fingers so in the meantime I don’t know what to do but BUY ALL THE PC GAMES
I enjoy TESO’s gameplay much more this time around (PS4 instead of PC) but the writing still feels completely perfunctory.