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Little Hope added prompts to warn of incoming QTEs and that alone makes it a massive improvement over Man of Medan.

 
 
 

I just finished Man of Medan and, well, not the best of endings, to put it mildly. How did your playthrough go, assuming anyone's played it? Spoilers, naturally.

 
 
 

How the heck did Platinum make a game so bad it's being killed less than a year after release and physical copies are being given away for free? Were they replaced by aliens? Did Squenix get in the way? Were they just not feeling it? All of the above?

 
 
 

How do you guys feel about changing Aerith's fate in FF7 remake part 2?

 
 
 

Does FF7R Yuffie DLC have any relevant plot points whatsoever? I finished chapter 1, felt like uninteresting comic relief fluff, and I'm not sure I want to bother with the rest. Main game was fantastic though, can't wait for part 2!

 
 
 

Without spoilers, were those phantom-like things in the FF7 remake that supposedly prevent people from diverging from the planet's will present in the original? I can't remember.

 
 
 

Despite FF7 being one of the most impactful games of my life, I only played it once and don't remember a lot of the details and minor story beats, so I often can't tell if the remake is changing something or not, which is a good thing.

 
 
 
 

To this day, Aerith's theme still makes me feel like crying, and I'm not even joking.

 
 
 

To this day, Aerith's theme still makes me feel like crying, and I'm not even joking.

 
 
 

I was still clinging to the fantasy of waiting for the entire FF7 remake trilogy (lol), but its release on the PS+ catalogue finally put my illusions to rest. Time to revisit the gang once more. Gif related.


 
 
 

Finished Yakuza 7! I have quite a few takes on it, such as Saeko's tokenization or the romanticization of the abusive relationship between Kasuga and the Arakawas, but I'm too lazy to write it all so I'll just say the game was awesome and I want more.

 
 
 

They say Japan is a very safe place, but that's obviously a lie. Truth is you can't go more than 10 steps without being attacked by thugs, or seeing thugs attack someone else. Learned that playing Yakuza, so it must be true.

 
 
 
 
 

I was finally going to play FF7 remake after AC Valhalla, but then Yakuza Like a Dragon showed up on PS+ August games, and the plan changed.

 
 
 

Not sure what the big deal with stray is. I played for close to an hour, the novelty of meaowing, purring and pawing as a kitten wore off, and I don't really feel compelled to play any more.

 
 
 

Over 110 hours later, I finished Valhalla. What a ride. And the ending, well... let's talk about it. Massive spoilers, obviously.

 
 
 

Once videogames solve clipping, I guess they'll have achieved the pinnacle of photorealism, or close enough.

 
 
 

Friendly reminder to play CoD before suing Activision.


 
 
 

I finally joined the subscription era with PS+ extra. Catalogue looked pretty good for the upgrade cost. I guess there's no point in thinking about "backlogs" anymore, just as there's no "Netflix backlog". The backlog is dead, long live the backlog!

 
 
 

Valhalla is freaking huge, even by Assassin's Creed standards.

 
 
 

AC Valhalla sells the Viking fantasy really well. It has some design annoyances but it's a great game.

 
 
 

This may be a minor AC Valhalla spoiler, but it's obvious from the opening moments it's going this way, so probably not. I got to the part Eivor and Randi go out for a stroll together and she kisses him at the end and tells him how she feels. I like her

 
 
 

Infiltrating enemy bases that have guards that actually look towards the entrance rather than turn their backs to it must be really hard.

 
 


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