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For those of you starting RE:Village today, on what difficulty are you playing? My last RE was 3-Make and a first run of Hardcore wasn't too bad, but I'm debating Village because it may require a bit more knowledge of the game, based on the demos.

 
 
 

I bought Returnal despite my seemingly staunch stance on mid-run saves (such a hypocrite). Figured I could do worse than support a weird, unapologetic & novel AAA curio. Saving sucks, but I don't regret it. Imagine Control if it had decent, uh, control.

 
 
 

What games don't you ever uninstall? I always keep Miles Morales, DMC5 and Tekken 7 on storage. I can web-swing and combo demons when I need a break, or have my significant other kick me in the face whenever she needs to unwind.

 
 
 

So apparently RE:Village leaked a bit early? A friend tipped me off that Youtube is choke full of playthrough videos. Gonna steer clear of there for the next few weeks, personally.

 
 
 

ZOE2: MARS is 9$ on PSN right now. Still insanely fast-paced, and looks remarkably good in 4K (Terrible English VA though). If nothing else, should be played just to experience how hard the soundtrack slaps.

 
 
 

I like you, AC:Valhalla. We've had a wonderful 35 hours together. Heck, I might've even loved you. But for the last 15 hours something was missing, the excitement is gone... and I just don't see us spending 60 more hours together. Goodbye AC. Uninstall

 
 
 

Been on an RE hype for 8, got RE3 on sale. I've never played the horror ones other than 7 so can't compare, but they really nailed the horror-action campaign pacing & direction. Tense but with an 80's action vibe, very specific scope but done so, so well.

 
 
 

Are people really that upset about Days Gone 2 being canned, or is this another vocal minority, Snyder situation? It's a decent game but there's not one feature in it that can't be made to fit a new IP. Ironic the news broke with Sony's safe bet approach

 
 
 

Work is getting a bit much. What games can you think that do exploration exceedingly well? Not necessarily chill games, I just wanna get lost somewhere.

 
 
 

RE5 was one of the most disappointing gaming experiences I remember. Years later, I can appreciate it for what it is - A shinier, if forever unoriginal, serving of RE4's unique design ideas. I prefer 4 and (gasp!) 6 for RE shooters, but it's fun.

 
 
 

Currently on a series replay of MGS, future to past: MGS1->2->4->MGR, then MGS3->PW->V. I've never played 4 before, is there something more to it than fanservice? It's not half as interesting as SoL after the first 2 acts. How should I approach the game

 
 
 

AC:Valhalla without the compass is surprisingly great; The game has definite quirks but the map design is fantastic. I rarely feel the need to look for icons or stare at the map, the world does a great job guiding players to interesting/rewarding places.

 
 


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