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Author Topic: Video Games: What are you playing?  (Read 95627 times)

Lurkndog

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Re: Video Games: What are you playing?
« Reply #1080 on: April 28, 2022, 10:14:09 AM »
I finished Super Robot Wars V on PS4, very enjoyable, would recommend. I may replay it in Game + at some point, there are branching storylines so it would not be the exact same game.

I bought a Nintendo Switch to play the new Advance Wars game on, then Nintendo put an indefinite hold on the release due to the war in the Ukraine. :(

So now I'm playing The Outer Worlds on the switch. For $20, the price was right, and I am enjoying the game. That said, playing the game on any other system would be a big graphical upgrade. The textures on the Switch are not good, and there are no extra shaders or anything. Still, I'm enjoying the game, and would recommend it.

hedgehobbit

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Re: Video Games: What are you playing?
« Reply #1081 on: April 28, 2022, 12:57:27 PM »
So now I'm playing The Outer Worlds on the switch. For $20, the price was right, and I am enjoying the game. That said, playing the game on any other system would be a big graphical upgrade. The textures on the Switch are not good, and there are no extra shaders or anything. Still, I'm enjoying the game, and would recommend it.

Definitely worth $20 although I didn't really enjoy the entire game because of the issues with the ending. My favorite part of the game was Stellar Bay and it's missions.