Finished Serious Sam 3: BFE in Co-Op. Same old, good fun.
Next up: Dark Quest II.
Next up: Dark Quest II.
I have a long history with NWN. As I said, I think I've tried to complete the main campaign for 5-10 times since it came out in 2002. And I think every time I've retried it, I just keep digging myself deeper and deeper into just being fed up with it and not having patience with it.Wasn't NWN based on D&D 3.0?
Sorry to hear you didn't like it, it's still one of my favourite games, but I have to admit the OC wasn't the best one.
Ah, I understand. My approach was different and I didn't really have any comparison. At the same time I had friends playing it, so it was motivating - I did a part of the OC and a couple of modules in coop.I think I'll give it another couple of years to get the bad taste out of my mouth, and then I'll hopefully try to just jump into the exansions, and forget the main campaign exists. And I'll see about revising my review then. But until then, I'm just too bitter right now.
And man, does it also take a long time. Took me 20h for just act one. Jesus. It's a combat time sponge.
Good to hear. I thought I heard that, but never confirmed it for myself. But ideally, I did want to go through NWN before going onto NWN2. Oh well, looks like I won't be doing that.
To bad they nerfed the cleric faction in part 2. Time for a replay myself.I just finished Elex for the second time as a Cleric in anticipation of playing through Elex 2.
I had completely forgotten the storyline, so I thought why not.
Still think it's a really fun game, but I didn't realise in my first pass how slow progression is for the first 10-15 hours.
Hope Elex 2 is a bit better in that regard.
I played it some years ago and was quite impressed as well. Very atmospheric and compelling setting and the flow of the story had a pretty unique rhythm of hope and desolation.Finished SOMA.
What a beautiful story, with some very strong philosophical themes tackled. All set in a great underwater setting, but with a completely different flavor to Bioshock. More of a grungy, oily and horror infused flavor, with strong sci-fi and lovecraftian sprinkles on top.
The only other thing worth mentioning is the underwater scenery. It's surprising how good it does look; how beautiful but terrifying at the same time. Especially if you have a bit of deep ocean phobia. Some moments are downright nasty. I don't think I could handle this in VR. Definitely not.
9/10 from me.
I agree the son was basically a plot device to set up part three. I'm also in the same predicament. As I have many RPGs to finish yet I always play other games instead.elex II here as well...a few months back though..wish i could finish those cool games(titan quest, black geyser, encased, wonderboy,art of rally, wasteland 3) but either i'm too lazy, or i feel too stupid "working" to finish(aka. not enjoying myself enough)
the part that ruined me with elex 2 is the part with the boy..
too cheesy and too cold in the same deal.. also too silly. not believable
and I agree, they did made it easier than elex 1, which liked more. but still fantastic games