Following What Are You Currently Playing? (V 3.0; The Re-Postening) Page 154

  • beastmaster 21 Jun 2020 11:06:22 21,855 posts
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    Deciding what to play next. Many AAA quality games across the various platforms. Iíve not given the Switch any love so will probably do Bayonetta 3 and then one of the Mario games.

    With the PS5 not too far away, I think I may do Horizon at some point.
  • Malek86 21 Jun 2020 11:09:34 11,554 posts
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    Prince of Persia 2008 is very different from what I expected. Only killed the first boss (though I'm moving quite slowly through the story, I just obtained my third power), and it's already getting very repetitive. I heard the game ends abruptly too. Should I keep going or cut my losses here?

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  • Rum_Monkey 22 Jun 2020 14:14:17 1,995 posts
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    Last of us 2 at night with headphones on to get in the zone. Got a couple of hours with it last night and it's good to be in that world again.

    Zelda BoTW. Only just started but pushed a bolder down a hill and it killed 2 enemies. Love it already.
  • MrFlay 22 Jun 2020 15:09:13 4,617 posts
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    Malek86 wrote:
    Prince of Persia 2008 is very different from what I expected. Only killed the first boss (though I'm moving quite slowly through the story, I just obtained my third power), and it's already getting very repetitive. I heard the game ends abruptly too. Should I keep going or cut my losses here?
    Cut your losses. It doesn't really change. It's extremely on rails.
  • MrFlay 22 Jun 2020 15:11:01 4,617 posts
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    Played a bit of Mass Effect Andromeda after a while. I actually quite like it. It's a vast game and the combat is the best in the series. It's very much Dragon Age Inquisition in space so if you didn't do every single side quest in the Hinterlands, you probably won't enjoy this.
  • RedPanda87 22 Jun 2020 16:04:16 2,106 posts
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    Malek86 wrote:
    Prince of Persia 2008 is very different from what I expected. Only killed the first boss (though I'm moving quite slowly through the story, I just obtained my third power), and it's already getting very repetitive. I heard the game ends abruptly too. Should I keep going or cut my losses here?
    I can't remember the ending in detail, but I remember liking it. Also there's a continuation of the story in DLC, so not sure if they mean the main game or the DLC ends abruptly, but one way or another I think you can get a pretty satisfying arc from what I recall.

    Gameplay-wise though as has been said it doesn't change much, so if you're not enjoying that side it might be worth ditching.
  • KnuttinAtoll 23 Jun 2020 10:25:42 8,655 posts
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    Soooo.... since the acquisition of my first proper gaming RIG in over a decade I'm now reinstalling games that my semi-gaming laptop struggled with.

    Being able to run AAA games without having to tinker with the settings and just slap them to Ultra quality, at 60fps and with supersampling up to 2x is quite an experience for me now.

    I re-installed Forza Motorsport 7 for example, and the stutter and chug-fest (particularly in the menus) and various glitches I encountered seem to have (largely) disappeared, it looks stunning and strangely enough plays smoother even though I was able to lock the frame rate to 60fps previously (though had to use the dynamic rendering option).

    Same goes for various other (years old) games. They look like next gen to me now.

    Just bought RDR 2, which was off-limits until now.

    Am proper excited about gaming again!

    Edited by KnuttinAtoll at 10:26:25 23-06-2020
  • Rodney 23 Jun 2020 11:45:57 4,878 posts
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    Modern warfare 2 remastered, it's alright alright and the level design is pretty good.

    Assassin's Creed Origins. It's alright too. A bit big perhaps..
  • Malek86 23 Jun 2020 12:25:30 11,554 posts
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    Yeah, I'm definitely considering dropping POP already. It's just that I think it might not be far until the end.

    But that might be just the placebo effect. Looking at the map, I've only completed half the levels. It doesn't help that the game wants me to get a certain amount of light seeds, meaning I can't just speed run through the remaining levels and kill the bosses.

    Dunno, I'll give it another few levels. It occasionally wows me. But most of the time, it's just boring.
  • yohifula 25 Jun 2020 03:35:42 1 posts
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    15 years later I returned to the CS :)
    Now itís not 1.6 but CS GO ... how did everything change... or I got old... playing like a noob


    In a trance, I wandered over to the steps of the tub, slowly entering the steaming water. John looked at me, satisfied, unworried of any reaction I might have to seeing my wife stroking his big cock, perhaps knowing a part of me wanted this to happen. Samantha slowly removed her hand from his manhood for a brief moment, upon noticing my presence. Her face was red, flush, her eyes distant, hazy. Part of her stare, however, seemed to hint at some recognition that I might want her to continue. I was horrified to realize that she was right.

    The truth of the matter was that William had naturally seduced Samantha, using his easy masculinity, dominant personality, and massive cock, to put her under his spell. I don't even think it was a deliberate attempt on Williams part, any more than it was a fateful inevitability. It seemed strangely natural, even, as I sat dumbstruck in the heated water watching her.
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    "I can't believe how big it is." My wife's voice whispered up at him, lost to her fascination. She reached out and took his incredible penis in her hand, Samantha's fingers not even able to encircle the incredible girth of his member. I sat there, in stunned deference, heart pounding in some bizarre combination of embarrassment and arousal. I noticed my own penis, painfully erect, beneath the water's surface. How could this be happening?

    I watched as her small hands cascaded up and down his towering flesh, her feminine fingers savoring the sensation of his masculinity. "What do you feed it?" She smiled up at him, slowly stroking his incredible length. I watched with a lump in my throat, as his huge balls gently flopped up and down, slapping against the plastic seat of the tub.

    "Married women, mostly." He chuckled, which caused a shy smile to appear on my wife's lips. I would later learn that he wasn't necessarily joking.

    We all sat there in a hazy, seductive atmosphere. The only sounds were the subtle jets of the tub, water bubbling, and the sexual noise of William's massive balls smacking up and down. The woman I loved continued to stroke this other man's cock, as if it was the only thing that existed in the world. Minutes went by, all of us entranced by the taboo act of sexuality playing out in the tub. https://www.hotmyfreecams.com/

    I looked on at Samantha, who licked her lips in desire. The red shade of her lipstick seemed tantalizing as they shimmered from the reflections of the water and our patio lights.

    I realized, in horror, that she wished to take him in her mouth, to place her lips onto his naked flesh. It was a sexual act that she hadn't performed on me in many years.

    I watched in slow motion, as her head slowly moved downward, her feminine lips parting as she planted her tongue across the head of his cock. It was only a few seconds until her jaw was stretching around his girth, my wife only able to take a few inches.

    William arched his head back, savoring what had to be the mind blowing sensation of oral sex from another mans wife. He grunted, "Fuck, Sammie. I knew you were a naughty girl. Suck that big dick."

    My heart pounded, my humiliation surged, but I was simply spellbound. Samantha continued to suck him for several minutes, kissing up and down his tower, her free hand massaging at the heavy shaft beneath her mouth, moving her fingers downward to caress and fondle his large testicles.

    William looked over at me, with a thankful expression, and a smile.

    I could only nod, unsure of how to respond, my mind in tatters as I watched the love of my life give him oral sex.

    "Help me get her out of that bra." He suddenly demanded, not unkindly.

    In a dream state, I found myself leaning forward, caressing my wife's back and eventually finding the soaking clip between her shoulder blades. I delicately unclasped the fabric, allowing it to begin to float atop the waters surface. My wife deftly snaked her arms through the straps, exposing her incredible breasts to our lodger, her pale nipples as erect as I had ever seen them.

    Instinctively, my wife reached her free hand up and began pumping him with two, his incredible penis still having room to spare despite her dual stroke. Her paced quickened, her arms propping her own breasts up above the water's surface, droplets cascading down their feminine curvature as William's heavy testicles slapped perversely against the tub.

    "Fuck yes." He suddenly grunted.

    I watched in disbelief as a rope of semen exploded out of the his large, flaring head. An eruption of cum began launching outward and across the top of Samantha's tits, coating her jiggling breasts and hard nipples with thick splatters of ejaculate. It was impossible to describe the moment. My wife flinched as one strand caught her on her cheek, though she continued to massage his length, pumping Williams cock with her bottom lip bitten, as every last bit of him splashed across her naked body.

    Finally, eventually, the large man stopped his orgasmic convulsion, grunting. My wife slowly relinquished her grasp on his tool, which bobbed powerfully in the nights air as if it was hungry for more. Samantha's eyes were still in a daze. "My- goodness. That's a lot of cum." She spoke, voice raspy, while cupping her breasts from beneath.

    "Damn. I needed that." William chuckled, leaning back and bracing himself with his large arms, adding, "Thank you both." Again, to him, it seemed as if this scenario was the most normal thing in the world, like it should have been expected.

    Samantha turned away from him, slowly striding up the stairs and onto the deck, "I need to clean up." She offered, dazed, her senses still not fully returned. I watched in a stupor as she escaped into the house, water falling from her half naked body.

    I slowly stood, wanting to follow, wanting to speak with her. I realized that my dick was still rock solid, my own soaked boxers jutting outwards in less than impressive fashion. It was such a confusing moment in time.

    William was matter of fact upon noticing, "First time letting her do something like that?" He asked.

    I nodded, "Absolutely." It was bizarre how something could seem like both the strangest and most normal thing in the world, all at once.

    He was strangely kind, though his undercurrent of authority was not lost either, "Don't beat yourself up about it John. It's common."

    "You've done this sort of thing before?" I managed.

    He nodded, casually.

    I was unsure of how to respond. I took another step out of the tub and onto our deck. I finally managed, "I should go see how she's doing. This is new to us."

    "Understandable. I'm sure she's fine." William replied, shuffling his large frame into the hot tub. He looked up at me, adding, with absurd ease, "I'd like to take her to bed John. I think I could show her a great time, and her eyes are telling me that she wants it, bad." He sort of nodded towards his penis, making it clear as to what it was exactly that my wife wanted.

    There it was, the nuclear bomb detonated at my feet. Despite that, I felt somehow comfortable with his impossible remark, as if I sensed it was coming. Against all our years together, and my deep love for her, I knew that deep down, I wanted it to happen. I heard my own voice, somehow, "I think she'd like that, William."

    He nodded again, and gave another quick glance at my crotch, once again seeing all the evidence he needed to know that I was clearly not in opposition. William spoke, his words soaked in an undeniable sense of fate, "Send her to my room, when you're ready. I'll leave the door open if you want to watch."

    It was an impossible comment, no way had he said it. In a fog of confused eroticism, I found myself nodding. His words echoed in my mind as I walked down the hallway and into our bedroom. My recurring dream seemed as if it had forced it's way into reality, my wife's faceless lover was William, and I knew at my very core the two of them would find themselves locked in the throes of passion on this evening.

    Edited by yohifula at 15:10:56 27-10-2020
  • DUFFMAN5 25 Jun 2020 06:31:56 26,471 posts
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    @KnuttinAtoll

    Great stuff, enjoy 👍

    As for me. Just finished TLoU2 now playing:

    Terminator Resistance. 2 hours in, enjoying a lot.
    SBSP Battle for BB. Great and fun platformer but Sandy's jump and swing is frustratingly hit and miss.
  • Darth_Flibble 28 Jun 2020 09:56:17 4,841 posts
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    final fantasy 7 remake

    I've tried to enjoy the FF games for a while but 13's games was just gibberish, 15 looked amazing but was dull to play with massive open world with very boring quests. Also the main characters of boyband were bland or just annoying. Played FFX remaster, started off liking it but has horrible difficulty spikes and the story is bit up it self (not as much as ff13 games). Seymour is terrible villain as well

    Glad to say really enjoying the FF7 remake, combat is fun and even on base ps4, the graphics look so good
  • Malek86 28 Jun 2020 11:27:38 11,554 posts
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    In the end, I didn't drop POP... making slow progress, but making progress at least.

    Luckily it's not a long game. I'm only five levels and two bosses away from the end.
  • TechnoHippy 28 Jun 2020 12:17:52 18,381 posts
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    Just started Rogue Trooper - I'm surprised I didn't play it back when it first game out. It's not great, a sort of poor man's Gears, but the setting is fun.
  • Nanocrystal 28 Jun 2020 12:22:15 2,313 posts
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    The Surge 2
    Really enjoying it, but it's way easier than the first game. I've made a tanky build that constantly refills healing injections and am managing to R1 spam my way through most enemies. Feels a bit like cheating, but then it's kinda nice to play through a soulslike and not have too tough of a time. The directional parrying is a great system even if it doesn't always seem to work properly. Level design is top notch and my gosh the choice of weapons is overwhelming. Boss fights have been a mixed bag so far but the Delver was brilliant. Overall I'd say I probably prefer the first game as its setting, atmosphere and story clicked with me more.
  • simpleexplodingmaybe 28 Jun 2020 12:33:02 16,106 posts
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    TechnoHippy wrote:
    Just started Rogue Trooper - I'm surprised I didn't play it back when it first game out. It's not great, a sort of poor man's Gears, but the setting is fun.
    I played it not that long ago. Even with the new graphics the level design and gameplay is so of its time. Itís so unavoidably a PS2 game that even with an attachment to the comics itís slightly baffling why they remastered it.
  • Rum_Monkey 28 Jun 2020 13:56:23 1,995 posts
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    Still LoU2 and BoTW so being pretty spoilt with great games at the minute.

    BoTW needs to be the blueprint for open world games from now on. So many great touches. Just chopped down a tree to cross a gap. Not a massive deal but makes it seem more immersive.
  • TechnoHippy 29 Jun 2020 07:51:10 18,381 posts
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    simpleexplodingmaybe wrote:
    TechnoHippy wrote:
    Just started Rogue Trooper - I'm surprised I didn't play it back when it first game out. It's not great, a sort of poor man's Gears, but the setting is fun.
    I played it not that long ago. Even with the new graphics the level design and gameplay is so of its time. Itís so unavoidably a PS2 game that even with an attachment to the comics itís slightly baffling why they remastered it.
    Indeed - the shine of the comics connection is wearing off quickly.
  • KnuttinAtoll 29 Jun 2020 08:44:08 8,655 posts
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    Got my teeth into RDR2 for a few more hours.

    I went back through the last few pages in this thread and sort of agreed with Roguey's evaluation of the graphics at first (especially when it comes to character modelling vs say the Witcher 3, which still looks better in that regard I think), but considering the overall level of detail, graphics wise but even more so gameplay wise, my word. Epic stuff, I keep stopping and just checking stuff out wherever I am.

    I'm still at a stage where I'm a bit overwhelmed with all of it - reached Valentine and done the first bear hunt, and a few other sidemissions - but the game feels like an actual place, so alive and brimming with detail. You got to give it to R*, they're really good at this stuff.

    I remember with the original RDR, I struggled with the setting at times (normally prefer GTA over Wild West) but they really nailed the atmosphere with this one.

    Edited by KnuttinAtoll at 08:45:03 29-06-2020
  • ghearoid 29 Jun 2020 09:25:21 3,680 posts
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    Tokyo Mirage Sessions #fe Encore - about ten hours in, getting to grips with combat and upgrades. Not sure what I think about it yet.

    Animal Crossing New Horizons - still truckin'.
  • Rogueywon 29 Jun 2020 09:31:41 10,761 posts
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    Current list (having finished TLOU2 last night):

    Total War: Three Kingdoms (PC): Still playing this multiplayer. We're moving on to the alternative time periods from the DLC next. It's good and the 1.5.2 patch has fixed a lot of the crashiness we were struggling with. Still prefer the Warhammer games, though.

    Persona 4: The Golden (PC): So nice to have this on a modern platform. I'm around 2 in-game months into it. It doesn't stand up quite as well after playing Persona 5, but it's still an undoubted classic.

    Sakura Wars (PS4): Hoped to make more progress on this last week, while I was off work, but ended up pushing through to finish TLOU2 instead. But it's fun and I'm making steady progress.

    Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition (Switch): Just started this last night. It's obviously a good remaster, but I've bounced off this game twice before on other platforms. So let's see...

    Dead Cells (PC): Picked this up cheap in the Steam summer sale. Only just scratched the surface of it, so too soon for me to have an actual opinion on it yet.
  • magicpanda 29 Jun 2020 15:03:01 15,086 posts
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    Playing some bloody brilliant games on PC at the moment.

    Desperados 3 for a 9/10 beard stroking RTS. Got it cheap on cdkeys

    Deep Rock Galactic is my go to shooter at the moment, left for dead with dwarves and I'm fully onboard with the overwhelmingly positive reviews on Steam.

    Minecraft with my 8 year old son and the new Nether Update.

    Sea of Thieves is really unique but it's so much lost potential wasted on a PVP arena game. Good fun as is but what I wouldn't give for a proper story driven RPG in this world.

    I need an immersive RPG or an ARPG to play, any recommendations? I've pretty much done them all but I'm eyeing up Greedfall and Torchlight 3.

    Edited by magicpanda at 15:04:50 29-06-2020
  • Rogueywon 29 Jun 2020 15:10:55 10,761 posts
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    @magicpanda Desperados 3 is tempting. May give it a look.

    Be warned that all of the reports I've seen indicate that the Torchlight 3 early access release really isn't ready for primetime yet. Have you tried Wolcen? It's pretty much a straight Diablo clone, but a well-made one.
  • andytheadequate 29 Jun 2020 15:33:01 9,494 posts
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    I really enjoyed the Desperado 3 demo, loved the setting and the controls felt really intuitive. My laptop struggled with it at times though so decided to go for their previous game Shadow Tactics in the sale instead (think it was £5.50 on Steam).
  • Humperfunk 29 Jun 2020 16:37:08 8,436 posts
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    @Rogueywon How far into Sakura Wars are you? I started on Saturday, nearing the end of Chapter 3 now :)
  • magicpanda 29 Jun 2020 23:34:25 15,086 posts
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    andytheadequate wrote:
    I really enjoyed the Desperado 3 demo, loved the setting and the controls felt really intuitive. My laptop struggled with it at times though so decided to go for their previous game Shadow Tactics in the sale instead (think it was £5.50 on Steam).
    Worth every penny. One of my games of the year when it came out.
  • Rogueywon 29 Jun 2020 23:37:30 10,761 posts
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    @Humperfunk Chapter 4 - so not much beyond you. A combination of only playing in short bursts and spending too long in Koi Koi Wars.

    Also, is it just me, or is the instrumental version of Azami's theme basically a Japanese-accented version of Donald Where's Your Troosers?
  • Mola_Ram 30 Jun 2020 09:17:39 25,182 posts
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    I am playing Invisible Inc again on Switch. Currently trying to beat it on Experienced for the unlocks, without DLC for now (the DLC is great, but it's less great for your first few playthroughs). Yesterday I made it as far as the final mission, almost made it but failed because of a few dumb mistakes. Sigh.

    The port is pretty good though! There's a few hitches when it gets busy - nothing game-breaking, but hopefully it can be patched for a bit of a smoother experience.

    Still recommended very, very highly. It's an amazing game, even better now that it's portable.
  • Deleted user 30 June 2020 10:11:45
    Well, I'm still enjoying No Man's Sky, despite now having accidentally discovered something about the game which I'm sure you all knew but I didn't - ah well, it doesn't really seem to be affecting my approach to play.

    Also, we downloaded the basic version of Minecraft to the PS4 for our eight year old the other day. She's really enjoying it. None of us here have ever really played it before, other than me being roped into my nephew's split screen sessions with his dad when we go 'round there.

    To be fair, I think I've put about ten times the work in than the little 'un has, but she still proudly tells everyone that "we" built a bow and arrow, and so forth :D
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