Currently playing 4: Guns of the Patriots

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Re: Currently playing 4: Guns of the Patriots

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Postby Stan » Wed Mar 14, 2018 5:17 pm

I'm enjoying the updated Ch14 of FFXV. The expanded Insomnia is great. Hope they give this treatment to other areas of the game and make them bigger.
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Postby cyharding » Wed Mar 14, 2018 10:28 pm

View Original PostSachi wrote:Is that 27% of the acheivements? Did you only do the story? The hunts make up quite a bit of the sidequests, and then there's collecting all the espers.


Yes I completed the story. I did some of the hunts, but not all of them. I guess that makes sense. It's a good game though.

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Postby AngelNo13Bardiel » Thu Mar 15, 2018 6:11 pm

-Just finished up on the Secret of Mana remake on PS4. Frequent crashing aside (though the autosave helps), this is a decent 1:1 remake. The RNG on some of those late-game drops (equipment/weapon orbs) was a right pain in the ass, but I managed to get the platinum trophy. Good times.
-Picked back up on Bloodborne, seeing as it was a free game this month (I already own a physical copy, but whatever). Still a tossup on whether this or DS3 is my favorite of the Soulsborne games, but I think I like this game's aesthetics more. I like the higher focus on aggression, too.
EDIT: Add on Far Cry 5 and Dark Souls III: The Fire Fades Edition to that list, too. Both have had me and Ash hooked (again, in my case, for DS3) for the last week or so.
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